Video: Make social media work for your veterinary clinic

Video: Make social media work for your veterinary clinic

Claim your space on the Web while it's free.
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Dec 02, 2010

Social media seems to have crept into every corner of our lives, including our jobs. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube—all have been transformed from time-wasting realms of entertainment to commercially valuable platforms. Consultant Karyn Gavzer, CVPM, says now is the time to claim your corner of the Web.




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