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Kandice Linwright
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Every single day thousands, if not millions, of young dreamers muse about a future career at Disney. The brand experience is so powerful, the messaging so clear and the company so historic that one can’t help but be inspired by it, and want to either emulate it or be a part of it.

Creating a memorable, favorable and gratifying brand experience is essential for veterinarians in today’s competitive market. Here in Gilbert, Arizona, it seems like there is an animal hospital every few miles, all competing with each other, all contending for the same pet parents and all marketing the practice the best way they know how with limited, small practice budgets.

Here’s how can you position your brand ahead of your competitors and develop an enduring brand experience on a shoestring budget… http://goo.gl/QcrdoL

#veterinary   #veterinarian   #marketing   #relationshipmarketing   #Disney  
When I was 13 I wrote a letter, yes I’m that old, to th…
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This morning I viewed all of the new events at Disney for their 60-year celebration in complete awe. The relentless commitment, passion, imagination, and effort Disney puts into its brand and its entire experience should inspire any business owner.
 
For me personally, Disney has always been about magic. Disney represents the power of dreams, hard work and complete devotion to an idea.

Of course, in terms of VMAZ and your veterinary practice, Disney should represent never giving up on what you believe in – complete conviction. I’ve met many veterinarians throughout the years, and not a single one of them decided to be an animal care professional on a whim. Every vet has wanted to be a vet since they were young. http://goo.gl/oxgZ8c

#disneyland   #marketing   #veterinary   #veterinarian  
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A few weeks ago my best friend and her partner had to put down a member of their family. It was one of those truly unfortunate situations where the animal had stopped eating and things were going downhill fast. To make matters worse, their vet had made some big changes to their local clinic’s staff and prices, and my friends had to travel to a new another animal hospital to have a complete stranger euthanize their pet.

Dawn and Tina ended up adopting an adorable little terrier mix over the weekend, and are now on the hunt for a new animal hospital and a veterinarian who they can trust for many years to come.

Obviously, because of what happened with their first pet they have decided against taking their new pup to the same veterinarian. And so, with trepidation and an understandable bit of anxiety, they are asking friends, family, and the Internet who their next veterinarian should be.

This story is not unique. It plays out all across the nation every single day. With over 70 million pet owners throughout the U.S., what my friends went through is, unfortunately, fairly common. Situations with veterinarians and animal hospitals change, relationships progress or fall apart, and it’s not just the vet who pays the price. Pet parents are regularly seeking out trustworthy, experienced and dependable veterinarians.

Here's how to make sure they find you, and stick with you: http://goo.gl/bU1wvA

#veterinary   #veterinarian   #facebook   #socialmediamarketing  
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As you balance veterinary practice management with patient health and continued education, the process of building and maintaining client relationships falls to the bottom of the priority list. This is where veterinary practice marketing and management software and automation comes into play. http://ow.ly/N0TFY

#veterinarian   #animalhospital   #animalclinic   #socialmediamarketing  
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For many years I’ve researched and grew to understand the process by which patients determine the best physician for their families. From insurance coverage to online reviews, website research and social media stalking, individuals go through a very strategic and accountable process when selecting their doctor. When it comes to veterinarians, the process is not all that different.

#marketing   #veterinarian   #veterinary   #clientacquisition  
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Heart health is intrinsically intertwined with success in it’s many forms, but most notably success in life. The definition of success is different to each individual. For some, success lies in money. For others, success lies in family. And, still for others success lies in business. There is a new driving definition for success, promoted by thought leaders like Arianna Huffington, Richard Branson and even Steve Jobs.
Heart health is intrinsically intertwined with success in it’s many forms, but most notably success in life. The definition of success is different to each individual. For some, success lies in money. For others, success lies in family. And, still for others success lies in business. There is a new driving definition for success, promoted…
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As a veterinarian and a practice owner, you no doubt work well over 40 hours a week. In fact, at least from the veterinarians that I currently work with and have worked with in the past, you are probably closer to 55 hours a week. Those hours are tied up between patient appointments, client education and discussion, staff interviews, staff hiring and training, veterinary CE through digital courses, seminars and conventions, and so much more. Not a lot of time for marketing, particularly social media marketing and content.
 
And so, with high hopes after a recent seminar that mentioned the importance of digital marketing, you jump online in search of your Facebook Business Page and your Blog, only to find out after a rush of excited posts, it’s a bit more time consuming than you originally imagined. The seminar host was wrong… http://goo.gl/d4QdaJ

#veterinary   #veterinarian   #veterinarymarketing   #socialmediamarketing  
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How many reviews do you have on Yelp, Facebook and Google? Do you respond to each and everyone, including the great ones? A veterinarian’s online reputation is critical to increasing appointments and building relationships with clients. http://goo.gl/2tXWf3

#veterinary   #veterinarian   #yelp   #marketing  
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While veterinarians have indeed been reluctant to embrace social media marketing and advertising, typically putting a toe in and testing the waters every now and again with slight marketing efforts, there are those few who have dared to take the LEAP, and their clients, and pockets, are thanking them.

#veterinary   #marketing   #veterinarian   #socialmediamarketing   #facebook  
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Imagine, sitting at the dog park browsing Facebook and you see a post for a vaccine special. Your pup needs new vaccines! And this #animalhospital  is just down the street!

Advanced Location Targeting with Facebook Advertising can give veterinarians the enormous opportunity to target the right people, at the right time, in the right location, with the right message. Learn how...

#facebook   #socialmediamarketing   #advertising   #veterinarian  
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You might not realize it, and there might not be many studies to prove it, but taking responsibility, owning your actions and your life, is empowering and can ease the burden on your heart. Take responsibility for your heart health, your attitude, your emotions, your habits, and your business actions. Running from problems, hiding from mistakes and avoiding the inevitable causes increased stress and is detrimental for your heart.
Emotional health - a phrase that usually makes us turn a blind eye, thinking of psychologists or expressing ‘how you feel.’ But if I told you that your emotional health could directly impact not only your heart health, but your degree of success in life, would you be more interested? Living organically, naturally and with…
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Meditation is a truly amazing tool that you can use at any time, literally anywhere, and it’s completely free. It’s a tool that has been used for centuries to empower people, reduce stress, alleviate pain and improve overall health. In this specific case, meditation can be successfully used to improve heart health.
 
There have been countless research studies on how remarkable meditation is for the mind, body and spirit. There is a science to this ancient art form, quantifiable proof that it works wonders. Check out these insane stats that research has proven over the years:

http://erasedisease.com/2015/03/09/meditation-for-heart-health/
Meditation is a truly amazing tool that you can use at any time, literally anywhere, and it’s completely free. It’s a tool that has been used for centuries to empower people, reduce stress, alleviate pain and improve overall health. In this specific case, meditation can be successfully used to improve heart health.   There have…
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  • Linwright.com
    Owner, 2014 - present
    No one knows your business better than you, which is exactly why there is no one who can manage your online reputation any better than YOU! You are passionate about your brand, knowledgeable about your products and services, and intuitive when it comes to your target audience. In Social Media Marketing, those traits make for a strong foundation, and one that I can teach you to build upon. With over a generation of experience in Social Media Marketing, I am just as passionate, knowledgeable and intuitive about this industry as you are about yours, and I can teach you everything you need to know to become a Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest Rockstar!
  • Linwright Design, LLC
    Owner, present
  • The Pain Center of Arizona
    SEO Director, 2009 - 2012
  • Quaintise
    SEO Director, 2011
  • Magic Pest Control
    SEO Director, 2012
  • Erase Disease
    SEO Director, 2011
  • Val Vista Lakes
    Content Director, 2010
  • Capital Mark Granite and Cabinet
    Local SEO Director, 2011
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Gilbert, Arizona
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Sherman Oaks, California - Fremont, California - Orlando, Florida - Kissimee, Florida - Scottsdale, Arizona
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  • Arizona State University
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Kandice Linwright
let's see...first they were out of kids pizza, then it took an hour, an HOUR, to get our meal.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Not do fast for 'fast food.'
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I'd give it zero stars if I could. I was there at the Tempe location for probably an hour-and-a-half and saw the specialist, Dr. Huston, for roughly 5 minutes...that was before I had to tell the nurses to call him back. He was rude and obviously in a hurry. He spend 5 minutes examining me, tilting my head and neck in different directions causing extreme pain. In fact, my pain has increased because of that visit and those head motions. He could offer me no diagnosis, no encouragement, no relief from the pain, and no explanation as to what might be causing the pain. He literally refused to even attempt to give me an explanation for the pain without additional xrays, mri, and die injections...and then, maybe then, he'd be able to let me know what's going on. I am seeking a new referral to a different spine specialist and I would NOT recommend this location to anyone living with any form of neck pain.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Update - I still love the doctors at Foresight, and the front desk staff is wonderful, but unfortunately there have been some instances which make me question their inherent intentions. Perhaps I'm a tough case, I don't know. However, I do feel that if proper treatment is not adhered during my appointment, and I'm still in pain, a quick return recheck should not cost me the full appointment price, especially when it wasn't a full appointment I received in the first place. Love the doctors at Foresight Chiropractic! I usually see Dr. Arter, however I have seen each of them at some point. Dr. Arter is amazing! He explains absolutely everything so that you have a better understanding of why you are in pain. He is always suggesting ways to 'keep your head on straight' and stay in alignment. Wonderful team! I was living with extreme pain in my jaw, eyes, head and even teeth. At first I thought it was an ear infection or sinus infection. Then I started reading up on TMJ and figured that's what I had. Over time it affected my relationships and my work. I'd spend hours immobile on the bed in excruciating pain. Eventually, I gave in and visited Dr. Arter at my mom's suggestion. He said that he once suffered the same symptoms and assumed that it was TMJ as well, until he had his atlas adjusted and realized that was the source of all the problems. I was suffering from the same symptoms and, in the end, had the same diagnosis. My atlas was off by over 20%. Since seeing Dr. Arter I have learned to live a healthier life. I've learned to manage my stress better and to take the necessary vitamins to 'keep my head on straight.' I have not been in that horrible, excruciating "TMJ-type" pain for a month now, and I'm loving every second that I can breathe without pain!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Ok I'm going to call them.out only because we love disney and expect a lot from them in terms of customer service. It was a new guy, but he was probably the rudest disney employee I've ever encountered. His customer service was horrific. Hopefully he's not there next time.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Val Vista Lakes - mainly Janet - rocks! They are professional, accommodating, and just plain awesome. A wedding at Val Vista Lakes is always beautiful! I mean, they have so many options that other venues in Gilbert just don't have.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Rude, self-righteous, unapologetic. We wanted one night of R&R to celebrate out anniversary, just one night, and we were met with the worst customer service I have ever dealt with. We will never spend our money here again. Horrible service with no remorse, no apologies, and not the slightest attempt to rectify the situation.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago