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Has anyone found a great system for automating referrals through a simpleFacebook page

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How To Actually Generate Customers On Professional Networks: Part 1

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10 Actually Actionable Benefits Of List Building

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How Can I Promote Pet Safety?

By Camy Thumwood · Posted on Monday, May 1, 2017 · Tagged in General Discussion

Pets are completely depended on their owners for their food, shelter and well-being. What are your ideas to help promote pet safety?

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Maury Kosh from The Performance Based Marketing Group
35 Locals Recommend Them • Answered on Thursday, May 11, 2017

You need to find your prospects 'hot button'. People do not buy products or services, they buy 'solutions to problems'.

The money is in the message.... Your not promoting pet safety, your providing peace of mind by keeping their children safe (Furry children :-)

Would a parent let a child going skiing in the mountains without a transponder? Not likely!

You need to sell the value of your product, full night of sleep as your not now worrying about your furry childs safety etc...


Jennifer Shryock from Family Paws Parent Education
17 Locals Recommend Them • Replied on Wednesday, May 17, 2017

We are dedicated to dog and baby/toddler safety and dynamics. This is what our parent education is about. if this interaction goes wrong often the pet pays the price along with much heartache. We want to prevent that from happening

Dr. Tan Mattos from The Orange Collar Alert- Lost/Missing Pet Recovery
0 Locals Recommend Them • Replied on Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Excellent point Maury!

Stacy Braslau-Schneck from Stacy's Wag'N'Train
3 Locals Recommend Them • Replied on Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Hmmm, I've let my child go skiing on a mountain and I don't even know what a transponder is!

Ann Will from Banfield Pet Hospital
0 Locals Recommend Them • Answered on Monday, August 28, 2017

Well, there are so many aspects to pet safety: food, environment, training, medical care, parasites, interactions with people (kids, dog parks, etc). Can you be more specific? I think it all boils down to owner education though, and working with your veterinarian and other knowledgeable professionals, and being careful to get your info from reliable sources (ie, don't ask a pet store salesperson for nutrition advice, don't ask a breeder for medical's a big pet peeve amongst veterinarians. :) It's a well known comment in my field that you wouldn't... (more)

Sharon Jones from Guardian Pet Sitters
3 Locals Recommend Them • Answered on Friday, July 28, 2017

I would promote pet safety by blogging, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest always giving pet safety tips and scenarios to get the pet owners thinking. Not sure what you are really asking as your question is very broad.

Diane Weinmann from For the Love Of Animals
5 Locals Recommend Them • Answered on Sunday, May 28, 2017

Ensure the pet parents are knowledgeable in the way summer can effect their specific pet and take precautions to ensure their safety. This includes: weather, fireworks, parties with unfamiliar people and food and in general, more activity in their neighborhood that could provoke a run-away situation.

Beth Chulock from Bark Avenue Hotel and Spa
0 Locals Recommend Them • Answered on Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Now that the heat is kicking up you want to make sure your dog drinks plenty of water and is kept in the shade or air conditioning. It is very easy for a dog to get heat stroke. Use reflective collars, leashes, etc... to make sure your dog is seen at night. Also, make sure your dog is on a flea and tick monthly program!

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