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25Jun

How Successful is Your Website Menu?

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The easier your website is for people to use, the more likely people will use your website. I know that sounds like some bad “guru” advice from a new age marketing book about web design, but it’s true. If a visitor finds what he or she is looking for easily and quickly, it’s likely that

18Jun

When Badvertising Isn’t

They got me. I admit it. I saw this ad and didn’t get the joke. In my defense, I saw the ad within the context of a coupon sheet from the Sunday newspaper inserts. You know: 45¢ off Lunchables, a limited-time offer from The Franklin Mint, a two-headed, male model slurping a tropical drink through

16Jun

Reinventing the Member Media Experience

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At this year’s ASAE Marketing, Membership and Communications Conference (MMCC), GLC’s Joe Stella and client partner Jordan Fuhr, vice president of strategic marketing and communications for USGIF, co-hosted Communications Reboot: When to Start Over. After the session, Mto Ngwenya of TMA Resources interviewed the duo as part of ASAE’s “Live from the MMC Conference” series. Here, they discuss

31May

Healthcare Content Programs Take Top Honors

In April, GLC received seven awards from the 30th Annual Healthcare Advertising Awards — the largest healthcare advertising competition — which is sponsored by the Healthcare Marketing Report. The winners were selected from over 4,000 entries and include:   GOLD AWARD — PUBLICATION Eastern Maine Medical CenterThe Eagle – Summer 2012 GOLD AWARD — PUBLICATION Evangelical

20May

Giving Back at Chicago’s Walk MS Fundraiser

On Sunday, May 5, the GLC staff gathered on Chicago’s Lakefront to take part in the annual Walk MS fundraiser—a 5K walk along Lake Michigan to raise money for multiple sclerosis research. GLC felt passionately about participating in this year’s Walk MS primarily to support our client partner the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) and to help spread awareness about the disease.

27Apr

5 Tips to Create Content That Sticks

In today’s 24/7 news and information culture, having quality content may not enough to cut through the noise. If you understand how to make content go viral, it’s the closest thing to having a superpower, said Emerson Spartz, CEO of digital media publisher Spartz Media, at a Nov. 2, 2012, technology series seminar hosted by the MacArthur Foundation.

25Apr

Keep Your Medical Staff Close and Your Referring Physicians Closer

Physician referrals remain an important driver of patient volume, but the relationship with referring providers is inherently tricky. This past April, Paula Frey, Senior Vice President of Marketing & Client Services, co-presented “How to Keep Your Medical Staff Close and Your Referring Physicians Closer,” with Josie Aguirre, Director of Physician Relations and Communications at the University of Michigan

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