Tag Archives: VetLocator.com

Premium Listings – the surprising things you can do with them!

Premium Listings.  Whether you have one with us or not, the following information is useful… A  premium listing with VetLocator.com is more than just a pretty entry in our directory.  Besides being easy for customers to find you and contact you, did you know that you can use your listing in other ways? Here are just a few of the other uses you can use a premium listing for: Dominate search engine results – Your listing has its own unique address and that gets submitted to Google, Yahoo and Bing and appears in their search … Continue reading

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VetLocator.com expands services for pet professionals

VetLocator.com, the internet’s largest veterinary and pet pro directory since 2002 has just launched their PetPro Services division.  VetLocator.com PetPro Services provides a variety of web based services for veterinarians and pet professionals. Now, in addition to offering free and premium directory listings, VetLocator.com’s PetPro Services have been expanded to include local search marketing, search engine optimization, website and blog set up, AdWords pay-per-click management by Google certified professionals, social media and mobile marketing campaigns and web marketing services. Along with their own in-house staff, VetLocator has partnered with strategic partners including Yada Yada Marketing, … Continue reading

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VL Tech Tip: Cut down on spam from your website email with this free tool

Including your business email on your website can be beneficial because it allows potential pet owners to contact you easily.  But having an email address on a website is also an open invitation for spammers so it’s a toss up on whether to include an email or not. Here’s something I ran across when I clicked on an email address on a website I needed to contact.  The address looked like a normal link — info@companyname.com and when I clicked on it I was prompted to enter some characters before I could send an email. … Continue reading

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