Thursday, November 21, 2013

1199. Social Media veterinary practice - VET ECONOMIC & UNIVERSITY VetTwitter & Facebook References pg 7 -

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Social media marketing toolkit

 What is Twitter anyway?
Twitter is an information network made up of 140-character messages called Tweets. It's an easy way to discover the latest news related to subjects you care about.

 How is it useful?
Twitter contains information you will find valuable. Messages from users you choose to follow will show up on your home page for you to read. It’s like being delivered a newspaper whose headlines you’ll always find interesting – you can discover news as it’s happening, learn more about topics that are important to you, and get the inside scoop in real time.

TAKE IT WITH YOU: Connect your mobile
One of the best things about Twitter is that it’s portable. Connect your account to your mobile phone or download a Twitter application to begin reading Tweets on the go. Now you can get updates about traffic problems in the middle of your commute, find out what the players are saying while you’re at the game, or catch up on the buzz about an event you’re about to attend. Tip: Using Twitter via SMS allows you to pick and choose which updates you want from those you follow, so you can get mobile updates from the accounts that matter most to your life on-the-go.

As you become more engaged on Twitter, others will begin to find and follow you. Once you're familiar with Twitter basics, consider exploring the site’s more advanced features: listsdirect messages, and favorites. Learn how to include images  or videos in your Tweets, or consider connecting your Twitter account to your your blogFacebook, or websiteTip: The best way to gain followers on Twitter is to regularly engage and contribute in a meaningful way.




Tweets: Just press the buttons below and log in to tweet these messages.Facebook posts: Copy this type, log into Facebook, and paste the type into the status field:
Myth #245: Indoor cats don’t need preventive care. Schedule Roxy’s annual exam and we’ll set the record straight. #pet #pethealth #petcareIf we haven’t seen your pets all year, then painful conditions could be going undetected and untreated. Set up an appointment today so we can be sure everything is A-OK.







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