Episode 151 Using Paid Advertising In Your Practice Feat. Adam Greenbaum From Whiskercloud

Is your veterinary practice running paid ads? Paid advertising is a great way to increase traffic to both your websites and your physical practice. 

In Todays Episode we are joined with Adam Greenbaum from Whiskercloud! 

Adam and I share some of our thoughts on paid advertising and why it’s so beneficial to have for your practice’s marketing.

Starting off with the most important part of paid traffic, Tracking and measuring your KPIs and ROIs. When tracking you need to have very specific goals in mind. The clearer the offer and objective of the offer are the better it will perform.

Another important part is response time, you should keep your response time short when you have potential clients interested in your offers. You want to make a good impression to potential clients that you want them to come into your practice and that you’re excited to work with them.

Keep in mind that when you run ads you will experience an increase in phone calls, emails, and messages that will need to be answered or replied to so your potential clients know that you are wanting to work with them.

Now let’s talk money… with Paid advertising, you will have to pay to get your ads out there to reach potential clients. Adam and I discuss what we think are the best budgets to really get your advertising rolling without breaking the bank while still being beneficial to your marketing.

Adam And I also share a very exciting announcement in this episode 

We are offering a 14-day free trial as well as a monthly price of just $299 a month to get you started with paid advertising. Your free trial will include 

Multiple Google and Facebook ads created and ran 

custom Landing pages made 

Optimized tracking 

Monthly Meeting and More!

Check out all the details here 

Be sure to listen and let me know if you have any questions, comments or need help with anything!

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