Social Media Calendar: January 2020

Need an easy way to grow your practice’s social media presence? Use the ready-to-go posts and ideas below to update your pages every day.

Have a clear objective of why you’re using social media and post content that helps achieve it. For instance, if your objective is to get new clients, you need content that will be interesting and valuable to people who don’t already like your page, which means your content needs to be shared by those who do follow your page or you need advertising dollars to target nonpage followers.

This Week:
January 20-26

Otology

MON

20

Learn more about the most common types of ear problems in dogs and how to provide relief. http://bit.ly/2NetERS

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Have a clear objective of why you’re using social media and post content that helps achieve it. For instance, if your objective is to get new clients, you need content that will be interesting and valuable to people who don’t already like your page, which means your content needs to be shared by those who do follow your page or you need advertising dollars to target nonpage followers.

Tip:

Have a clear objective of why you’re using social media and post content that helps achieve it. For instance, if your objective is to get new clients, you need content that will be interesting and valuable to people who don’t already like your page, which means your content needs to be shared by those who do follow your page or you need advertising dollars to target nonpage followers.

TUE

21

How do you know if your cat has an ear infection and what should you do? http://bit.ly/2CeQWAN

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WED

22

Common causes of itchy ears in pets. http://bit.ly/2piW9op

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THU

23

What are the most common causes of ear discharge in cats? http://bit.ly/2r8CeZP

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FRI

24

Do you know how to check your dog's ears for problems? http://bit.ly/2r8lQbO

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SAT

25

If those ears could talk... http://bit.ly/34xs4QO

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SUN

26

How far can rabbits rotate their ears? http://bit.ly/32LvNJp

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