This is the first guest on the Veterinary Marketing Podcast, and in this episode we’ll be talking all about Pinterest. First a little about the guest:
Danielle K. Lambert is a social media coach and veterinary practice manager. She’s the founder of SnoutSchool.com, the only social media tutorial site created by a veterinary professional, for veterinary professionals. Danielle bases her coaching on experience gathered as a veterinary practice manager at Quinebaug Valley Veterinary Hospital in Danielson, CT. In her spare time, she enjoys taking too many iPhone photos of her Brussels Griffon, Archer, and screaming at Tom Brady every Sunday during football season.
You can find Danielle on Twitter, @DanielleSNOUT or take her free, on-demand social media course at http://www.SnoutSchool.com/Training.
In this episode we’ll go over best practices of Pinterest and how to use it for your practice. I think that it is pretty likely that most of your clients are on Pinterest but most practices aren’t using Pinterest correctly or even at all. One of the most awesome things about Pinterst for your Veterinary Practice is that it has a really long lifespan because you can in some cases “set it and forget it” because the way people stumble across items on Pinterest.
Some of the resources we talk about in this episode:
Canva.com create awesome graphics quickly
Fiverr.com have graphics designed professionally for 5 bucks
SnoutSchool.com/training Danielle’s trainings you can check out