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Veterinarians Can Now Send eNewsletters to Their Clients with VetWebsites (Websites for Veterinarians) New Feature
Date:5/28/2013

Boulder, CO (PRWEB) May 28, 2013

VetWebsites, the leading website and online marketing company for veterinarians announced today an eNewsletter feature to their all-inclusive website package. With the eNewsletter feature, providing regular content to clients on a regular basis is quick and easy. Their one-click editing tools allows veterinarians to add unlimited photos, announce specials, sell products and provide content about their practice to current and potential clients.

VetWebsites specializes in creating websites that are engaging, professional, cost-effective, and extremely simple to maintain, and help veterinarians successfully market and manage their practice online. VetWebsites package (with no set-up fees or contracts) includes everything that’s needed for a professional online presence, including Search Engine Optimization, integrated email, editing tools, credit card processing, online appointment notifications, and unlimited technical and customer support. Now, this package will also include an eNewletter feature.

Newsletter Feature Benefits:

-Increase email database

-Match newsletters to current website design

-Unlimited Customer and technical support

-One-click editing tools

"Today, there are over 2.4 billion Internet users and an expected increase in 2013. With the increased demand for the Internet, it is essential for veterinarians to have an online presence and an effective one," says Sara Sims, Director of Business Development at VetWebsites. "We are thrilled to provide veterinarians with the cutting-edge technology to succeed in this competitive market and with this new eNewsletter feature, we believe it offers the jewels of website marketing."

Ever wondered how to increase your client-base without breaking the bank? VetWebsites eNewsletter feature allows veterinarians to establish brand identity and bring in new clients. By using the eNewsletter feature, veterinarians can get ahead of the competition by using the customizable templates designed to match your website and maintain your brand identity. Branding allows veterinarians to communicate the specialty of their practice to current and potential clients. With VetWebsites all-inclusive website package, veterinarians can start increasing their client-base, establish brand identity and maintain regular client relationships all in place. The best part of it all is it’s included in VetWebsites' $59/month website package.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/WebsitesForVets/VetWebsites/prweb10479891.htm.


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