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As healthcare has evolved so, too, have healthcare consumers. Healthcare marketers who don’t follow suit are missing out on prime opportunities. Greystone.Net and Klein & Partners recently released their 3rd Annual State of Digital Healthcare Marketing Report to offer insight into healthcare marketers’ digital efforts and future plans. We’ve pulled together some of the most
As content marketers, we’re constantly learning from our successes, failures and experiences in order to evolve with the industry and better serve our clients. Now that 2017 is officially at an end, we’re reflecting on some of the top content marketing lessons we’ve learned, which will hopefully help you plan for 2018 and beyond. 1.
Everyone these days is talkin’ ‘bout my generation — and your generation, and his, and hers. The stereotypes seem to be on repeat: Tech-savvy Millennials are plagued with a short attention span. Technology-deficient Baby Boomers refuse to change. And cynical Gen Xers reject conformity. There are just as many individuals who embrace their respective generational
As a healthcare organization, you may not have the manpower or budget to create new content on a regular basis. Your blog sits dormant for sometimes months at a time. Your monthly e-newsletter has found itself on a bi-annual cadence. You get the picture. The good news is that quality content can multiply, not divide.
As long as organizations create content, organizations will look for new ways to make it more engaging. What good is your content, after all, if your audience isn’t paying all that much attention to it? How can you convince your audience to share your blog posts, spend more time clicking around your website or pass
The universe of branded content is immense — and growing. A late 2016 report from marketing software company Beckon discovered that the average number of content pieces brands published during the past 12 months jumped three times compared to the previous 12 months. But just five percent of that content garners 90 percent of all
Last year at MASHSMD in Annapolis, attendees engaged in an incredibly interactive presentation from Bioethical Services of Virginia’s Michael Gillette, Ph.D., on the ethics of healthcare marketing. He challenged attendees to think through potential ethical dilemmas associated with advertising outcome data. Is it ethical, for example, to claim the lowest infection rates — when your