Social Media Calendar: July 2021

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.

Don’t lose your Instagram story content! Consider adding key content to Instagram story “highlights” to keep it visible on your Instagram page and to add an additional source for clinic information. Try highlights such as: “Team Spotlights,” “How We Can Help," “Virtual Tour,” and of course, "Patient Pictures!"

This Week:
July 12-18

Rabbit

MON

12

Keep your pets and family safe by knowing the signs of rabies in rabbits. https://bit.ly/3yFT5l9

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Don’t lose your Instagram story content! Consider adding key content to Instagram story “highlights” to keep it visible on your Instagram page and to add an additional source for clinic information. Try highlights such as: “Team Spotlights,” “How We Can Help," “Virtual Tour,” and of course, "Patient Pictures!"

Tip:

Don’t lose your Instagram story content! Consider adding key content to Instagram story “highlights” to keep it visible on your Instagram page and to add an additional source for clinic information. Try highlights such as: “Team Spotlights,” “How We Can Help," “Virtual Tour,” and of course, "Patient Pictures!"

TUE

13

Encourage clients to bring in their pets for an annual checkup or other summer service.

WED

14

Is a rabbit right for you? https://bit.ly/3zcoETU

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THU

15

Learn how sinus issues in rabbits can be serious. https://bit.ly/3hWgF7s

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FRI

16

Bunny grooming basics https://bit.ly/3i8O4vN

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SAT

17

What's the secret to a peaceful house full of dogs, cats, bunnies, and birds? https://bit.ly/3vrYRoi

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SUN

18

So-called "fluffy bunnies" could actually be suffering from obesity. http://bit.ly/2PGKJ6O

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