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TMCNet:  Photo Release -- LifeLearn Adds Managing Editor to Its Veterinary Marketing Team

[January 15, 2013]

Photo Release -- LifeLearn Adds Managing Editor to Its Veterinary Marketing Team

GUELPH, Ontario, Jan 15, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via COMTEX) -- LifeLearn, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Pam Foster to the LifeLearn family as Managing Editor, Content and Communications. Ms. Foster brings more than 15 years of experience in the veterinary industry, particularly in the areas of marketing, copywriting, search engine marketing, and social media.

A photo accompanying this release is available at pkgid=16618 "We're excited to add Pam to our team because her enthusiasm and experience will be huge assets for our growing organization," said James Carroll, chief operating officer, LifeLearn. "Her experience in veterinary marketing has helped many companies and practices develop effective content marketing programs. And, she has 30 years of marketing communications expertise." Ms. Foster is a Certified Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Copywriter and has been providing web content marketing consulting through her organization She's is the co-author of Wildly Profitable Marketing for the Pet Industry and was an integral team member during LifeLearn's development of Additionally, Ms. Foster is one of the speakers for LifeLearn's premiere symposium, "Easy Marketing with Facebook, Local Search & More," to be presented at the 2013 North American Veterinary Conference.

Ms. Foster's responsibilities for LifeLearn will include content creation, editing, SEO copywriting, social media engagement activities and overall management of communications for the company's veterinary and pet owner products, including WebDVM4, ClientEd Online, and

Ms. Foster reports to Stewart Wright, LifeLearn's Director of Sales and Marketing. She said, "I'm very excited to be part of LifeLearn. I admire everything they do, and I look forward to enhancing their services that help veterinarians and industry organizations thrive." She has worked with several pet and vet industry organizations such as IDEXX Laboratories, Pet Health Network, DirectVet Marketing, Pawsitive Perks, TriStar Vet and LL Bean's dog products, and she's a regular columnist for Veterinary Advantage magazine.

About LifeLearn LifeLearn Inc. is an education and communication company that delivers innovative solutions to the veterinary and human healthcare fields through the application of modern technology. The company's vision is to enrich the health and welfare of humans and animals around the world through communication, education and collaboration. LifeLearn was founded in 1994 and evolved from the Continuing Education program at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. Today, LifeLearn is a privately held company with headquarters in Guelph, Ontario. To learn more, visit or

The LifeLearn, Inc. logo is available at pkgid=13673 CONTACT: For more information, contact: Stewart Wright, Director of Sales and Marketing (800) 375-7994 x246 <p>(Logo: (Logo: nf=MTMjMTAwMTgwMzUjMjE0Mzg=

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