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The publication shows exponential growth in digital reads, pageviews and employees.
American Veterinarian™, the premier multimedia provider of cutting-edge clinical news, research and conference coverage in veterinary medicine, celebrates its one-year anniversary this month.
In celebration of this important achievement, American Veterinarian™ publisher Chris Hennessy said, “We are proud of the success that American Veterinarian™ has had over the past year. This unique publication continues to grow at a rapid pace and we’re looking forward to year two.”
Over the past year, digital reads have increased by 487 percent in sessions and by 156 percent in pageviews, according to Google Analytics. Some top articles that contributed to the huge success of the digital component of American Veterinarian™ include “Medical Marijuana Use in People and Pets: History, Controversy, and the Future,” “Hip Dysplasia in People and Pups: A Demographic Comparison,” “Noise Aversion: Comforting Your Pet,” and “Social Behavior Differences in Neutered and Intact Male Dogs.”
The rising credibility and recognition of the publication have attracted professionals from throughout the nation, resulting in American Veterinarian’s™ employee growth of over 500 percent. The publication continues to expand its offerings, including the filming of its first Peer Exchange®, “Advances in the Companion Animal Pain Management,” which presents discussion of best practices within the veterinary field in an engaging and powerful conversational format.
To view the most recent issue of American Veterinarian™ and for more information, visit www.americanveterinarian.com.
About American Veterinarian™
American Veterinarian™, a comprehensive clinical information platform with resources both online and in print, provides companion animal practitioners with comprehensive news and information designed to improve patient outcomes and positively impact the way veterinarians practice. In fulfilling our mission to provide a broader view of medicine that encompasses the intertwined worlds of science, medicine, and health, American Veterinarian™ features the latest news, clinical updates, product information and conference coverage.
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