Social Media Calendar: May 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.

Include call to action statements and clickable links whenever possible to drive viewers to your intended purpose. For instance, if the goal is to get new clients, end the caption with a directive statement “We would love to help your pet today” and a link to the appointment booking page.

This Week:
May 11-17

Wellness

MON

11

Taking your pet to the vet doesn't have to be stressful. http://bit.ly/38kNfY8

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Include call to action statements and clickable links whenever possible to drive viewers to your intended purpose. For instance, if the goal is to get new clients, end the caption with a directive statement “We would love to help your pet today” and a link to the appointment booking page.

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Include call to action statements and clickable links whenever possible to drive viewers to your intended purpose. For instance, if the goal is to get new clients, end the caption with a directive statement “We would love to help your pet today” and a link to the appointment booking page.

TUE

12

What to expect at the vet. http://bit.ly/2xbfSdl

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WED

13

How much should you be feeding your dog? http://bit.ly/2VJafgH

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THU

14

Is your cat or dog showing signs of possible illness? http://bit.ly/2VKkDEM

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FRI

15

We can still see bald eagles, peregrine falcons, wolves, grizzly bears, and wild salmon because of the success of the Endangered Species Act. https://bit.ly/33HCVbX

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SAT

16

Is a parrot a perfect pet for you? https://bit.ly/2U859JN

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SUN

17

Clients may be wondering if they can still come to the clinic. Describe any changes to scheduling and/or making appointments.
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