Your website should include information on the pet care services you offer, ways to contact your veterinary hospital, your hospital’s guiding principles and basic biographical information about your veterinarians and veterinary staff to make your clinic feel more personal.
We can use your current website’s content, or we can work with you to develop brand new, SEO-friendly content that is tailored to your hospital and your voice. SEO (search engine optimization) makes your website even more visible to search engines like Google and Bing. It helps new clients find you—before they find your local competitors.
Monthly Diagnostic Report
Every month, you’ll receive a branded diagnostic report on your website’s health. This report details domain authority, visibility on search engines, where your site ranks for top local and national keywords, web pages where your site has been linked, analyses of potential page issues, total website views and traffic from social media. This report allows you to keep a consistent pulse on your site. It also assures you that your iVET360 Marketing Manager stays on the path of the ever-changing search landscape.
Social Media Integration
iVET360 links your veterinary hospital’s social media pages—like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram—to your website so your clients can easily stay connected to you. Social media presences keep your clients engaged with your veterinary clinic, and by connecting these pages to your website, your clients can easily find you on these social sites.
Our team is always available to answer questions about your website and make any necessary adjustments to it. We make basic changes within 24 hours, but most changes will take effect within minutes. Common ongoing edits include setting up conversion codes for AdWords, tweaking SEO so your site ranks higher on search engines, changing landing pages to other digital ads and updating call tracking numbers.
The Americans with Disabilities Acts (ADA) is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities—this act can extend to website functionality. Therefore, having an ADA-compliant website is an absolute necessity for any practice—not just to follow the letter of the law, but more importantly, to make sure that your site is user-friendly for all people. As an industry-leading veterinary services provider, we are proud to say that 100 percent of our clients’ websites are ADA-compliant.