Archive for February 26, 2013
Veterinary marketing is no stranger to the internet. Using a vets website is going to be more and more common as the higher number of potential patients try to find a vet. A vets website can be used in many ways, much like a businesses website, for things like contact information, hours of availability, and things that pertain to commonly asked questions or most common symptoms for a cat. These areas of veterinary web design are some of the aspects of a vets website that are evolving from the general information to interactive, engaging material that help keep pet owners informed and up to date on potential issues.
Today, a vets website should be like walking in the front door. Informational, warm, and open for business should be the message anyone who ever comes across a vets website should feel. Like a dentists office, a vets website should give the open feeling without adding any intimidating factors. Unlike the typical veterinary clinic websites that just list a telephone number and hours of operation, advancement to many vets websites are offering the ability to book an appointment online as well as answering and particiapating in discussion threads. For more about this, go here: