Video: Managing Facebook in the veterinary clinic

Video: Managing Facebook in the veterinary clinic

Distributing duties eases the load and varies the voice.
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Mar 24, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

Social media has become so pervasive—and so important—that its management can seem like a full-time job. So how can busy veterinary staff members stay on top of social media and their normal daily tasks? Here Andreas Pahl, MBA, CVPM, describes how his hospital divides the duty of maintaining Facebook.




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