Represent Your Practice on the World's Top Search Engine

Designed for both new setup and current platform overhauls, get the in-depth details on maximizing your veterinary practice's Google Business profile. Go beyond simply listing your practice and take advantage of new features to better connect with existing and prospective clientele to grow your practice. Learn how to:

  • Optimize your business profile using best practices for the veterinary industry

  • Gain valuable insights about your existing and potential clientele with a deep dive into Google Business performance data

  • Learn about Google Business' latest features including Marketing Kit, Google Q&A, messaging tools and more!

Course curriculum

    1. Google Business for Veterinary Practices

    2. Course Notes: Google Business for Veterinary Practices

    3. Google for Veterinary Practices: Quiz Required for CVPM CE Credit/Certificate

    1. Google Business Posts: How-To Blog

    2. Resources from Google

    3. Action Steps: Google Business Checklist

About this course

  • $39.00
  • 1 hour of video content
  • Extra resources & tools
  • CVPM CE Approved 1 hour

CVPM CE Approved

This course is approved by the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA) for 1 hour of CVPM CE credit.

  • CVPM Approved

    Earn 1 hour of CVPM-Qualified Continuing Education credit by completing this course and a short five-question quiz. Certificate issued automatically upon successful completion.

Instructor

Founder, TheSocialDVM Caitlin DeWilde, DVM

Dr. Caitlin DeWilde is a practicing veterinarian and founder of The Social DVM, a consulting firm devoted to helping veterinary professionals learn how to manage and grow their social media, online reputation and marketing strategies. Working with large industry groups and individual practices alike, Caitlin and her team are passionate about translating the “geek speak” to “veterinary speak,” and helping vets reach more clients and pets. Caitlin is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine and a recipient of their Outstanding Young Alumni Award, and also an alum of the AVMA’s Future Leaders Program. She served as medical director for a large AAHA/Fear Free/Cat-Friendly certified hospital in St. Louis before stepping back to focus on her marketing passion. Today, she divides her time between practice, consulting, and writing. She is the author of a new book, “Social Media and Marketing for Veterinary Professionals,” and a columnist for Today’s Veterinary Business.