KLM offers a unique opportunity for your pet-positive brand to grow and deepen connections with pet parents.
Partner with Kristen and the Pet Living influencer network to connect with millions of passionate, devoted pet parents and take advantage of FWV Fetching’s integrated marketing capabilities, exclusively devoted to serving pet and veterinary brands for nearly 20 years.
About Kristen Levine
Kristen Levine is a renowned pet living expert, entrepreneur, speaker, columnist, pet influencer, and a prominent pet blogger. With more than 30 years in the pet industry, she is driven by the passionate belief that we need pets as much as they need us. Kristen and her agency bring a unique combination of experience to help brands connect with pet parents.
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In just one year, Kristen Levine Media generated nearly 3,000 email leads, leveraging the Pick of the Litter Giveaway Program. In addition, two broadcast TV appearances garnered nearly 1.3M impressions and a novel content program — Dear Tabby — led to hundreds of additional email opt ins and content rich cat questions that were repurposed across social, blog and email.
Kristen Levine Media secured for leading animal skin, wound and coat care brand, Vetericyn, two TV features, reached 500,000+ pet parents via social media, and delivered more than 3,000 email leads in less than one year. Kristen Levine Media also aided in launching Vetericyn’s ALL-IN®, a new life stage support supplement for dogs.
In less than six months, Kristen Levine Media delivered nearly 2,500,000 impressions on national television, and reached more than 25,000 viewers on social media broadcasts.
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As a marketer or executive trying to reach pet parents, there’s nothing worse than seeing your content sent out into the world and returning without results. A social post that receives no engagements, a free offer that falls on deaf ears, or a product launch that produces zero sales can all cause your heart to …