Social Media Calendar: October 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 continue marketing efforts on a platform or feature that doesn’t work for your practice or clients. Just because you’ve done it forever doesn’t mean you need to continue. If it doesn't help your practice meet objectives and goals, kick it to the curb (looking at you, Twitter).

This Week:
October 11-17

Diabetes

MON

11

What does it mean if your dog has diabetes? https://bit.ly/31t0vIK

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Don’t continue marketing efforts on a platform or feature that doesn’t work for your practice or clients. Just because you’ve done it forever doesn’t mean you need to continue. If it doesn't help your practice meet objectives and goals, kick it to the curb (looking at you, Twitter).

Tip:

Don’t continue marketing efforts on a platform or feature that doesn’t work for your practice or clients. Just because you’ve done it forever doesn’t mean you need to continue. If it doesn't help your practice meet objectives and goals, kick it to the curb (looking at you, Twitter).

TUE

12

Learn why a proper diet for a dog with diabetes mellitus is such an important part of treating the disease. https://bit.ly/3zdoxWN

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13

These lifestyle and dietary changes along with regular treatments can help manage your cat's diabetes. https://bit.ly/3tBg5jc

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THU

14

Have you noticed a change in your cat’s personality or behavior? It could be a sign of diabetes. https://bit.ly/3lpzVKz

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FRI

15

"Pets are humanizing. They remind us we have an obligation and responsibility to preserve and nurture and care for all life." —James Cromwell

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SAT

16

When does diabetes become an emergency? https://bit.ly/2YTzOzj

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SUN

17

How to prevent type 2 diabetes in cats http://bit.ly/2Zl4y7D

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