As healthcare marketers, we keep an eye on the trends in the industry and how marketing can have an impact on consumers. We put together a list of our top 10 healthcare marketing blogs from the last 12 months. These articles reveal marketers' curiosity in content about Medicare, New-to-Medicare, D-SNP and trends related to the 60-65+ demographic. Sit down, kick back and take a look at some of the year's trending topics and discussions in healthcare.
Our Social Content Marketing Team has found that the payer/provider relationship provides unique opportunities for healthcare content marketers to create and share interesting, useful content to reach your target audiences online. Here are a few tips based on our team's experience.
Blogging can be a very important component of any content marketing strategy especially for payers as they begin building relationships with their prospect marketing audiences, particularly for Medicare and/or consumers who may be moving across plan types.
Healthcare content marketing is both an art and a science. It's one thing to create great content in the form of blog posts, eBooks, infographics, podcasts, quizzes, videos and whitepapers, but how can you measure that content to see if it made an impact? Measuring your healthcare content marketing performance may seem challenging, but it doesn't have to be.
As is with most people scanning scores of emails in their inboxes, the ones that stand out to me are the ones that speak to me, personally. Recently, an email from CVS caught my eye and undoubtedly won engagement with others like myself because the email is personally targeted, built on trust and educational. The approach and simplicity offer a lesson for payers and population health management regarding chronic condition management communications. Sometimes, all people need to be nudged to better health is simple, relatable communication.
Recent media coverage of podcasts has brought them more attention. They have potential as an advertising medium for healthcare marketers for a number of reasons. Here's some basic information on what you need to know.
Amid all of the chaos and uncertainty in this world, many of us are craving connection and accurate information. Social media is a great way for marketers to provide both. We have a few ideas and suggestions paired with recent examples of healthcare organizations who have done a great job doing so during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on experience working as a healthcare social content manager during the COVID-19 pandemic, here are a few takeaways and lessons learned.
Insights on podcasts and podcast listeners in the U.S. and considerations for healthcare marketers on the strategic role of podcasts to engage with consumers, healthcare professionals and/or current and future employees - plus a list of 10 active podcasts from healthcare organizations for inspiration.
Facebook's first-ever Super Bowl ad focused on Groups. This should tell healthcare marketers to think about a Facebook Groups marketing strategy if you haven't already.