Social Media Calendar: October 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.

Create a LinkedIn page for your practice where you can post jobs, potentially earn recommendations from pet owners, and add a link for SEO. You don’t have to post regularly, but check-in quarterly!

This Week:
October 05-11

Small Mammals

MON

05

Bloating and blocked gas can be dangerous for chinchillas. https://bit.ly/2Y9lvTM

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Create a LinkedIn page for your practice where you can post jobs, potentially earn recommendations from pet owners, and add a link for SEO. You don’t have to post regularly, but check-in quarterly!

Tip:

Create a LinkedIn page for your practice where you can post jobs, potentially earn recommendations from pet owners, and add a link for SEO. You don’t have to post regularly, but check-in quarterly!

TUE

06

Learn to monitor your sugar gliders health, and know when to take them to the vet. https://bit.ly/2F1T3g9

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WED

07

Can your hamster pass illness to you and other hamsters? https://bit.ly/2Dur5cr

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THU

08

These 5 conditions are commonly seen in hedgehogs. https://bit.ly/3a3aFnn

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FRI

09

What's the best cage for a gerbil? Hint: It's not the same as a hamster cage! https://bit.ly/2PzIXF6

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SAT

10

"A mouse is small and can go unnoticed: but there is no limit to what a brave heart and a fearless spirit can achieve." —Brian Jacques

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SUN

11

Have you heard of these "miniature hippos" that are popular with allergy sufferers? https://bit.ly/3kqQbtA

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