April 2022

I hope you are looking forward to lighter nights and Easter holidays.

It's that time of the month again! As you know, each month we send you ideas for topics you might want to consider when updating your website content. Keeping your site updated is crucial in providing your clients with useful information and helping your search engine rankings.

Here are our ideas for content topics for this month:

  • Don't forget to add your Easter opening times AND to remove them when the holidays are over.
  • Easter tends to bring lots of chocolate and other dangers into homes - this article might be useful to highlight this to clients.
  • April is National Pet Month (NPM) which celebrates and raises awareness of responsible pet ownership. It could be worth highlighting this campaign on your site.
  • Blue Cross have launched its Ukraine Pet Welfare Fund with donations supporting work helping pets and people in Ukraine, as well as those crossing borders. You might wish to include this on your website.
  • Don't forget to remove/update any out of date messages or offers on your site
  • Add your latest practice newsletter
  • Let your clients know about any staff changes
  • Farm/Equine British Equestrians for Ukraine are raising funds to provide emergency support for the equines, and their owners and carers, affected by the devastation of the conflict in Ukraine. You might wish to include this on your website.
  • Spring clean your website! If you think your website is looking a little tired and it could do with a new look and feel, please let us know and we will be happy to give you our thoughts/suggestions.

As always, we would be happy to update your practice website for you. Simply email your content changes to hello@onlinepracticesolutions.com and we will get these actioned. Alternatively, you can use our content editor to make changes to your website at anytime.

Finally, we now offer the facility to integrate your payment provider into your website to allow you to accept payments from your clients online. Please let me know if you would like more information on this.

Dog in his teepee with a bone