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.
Social media trends evolve at a fast pace. Don't let emerging social media platforms intimidate you. It is important to understand them, as well as evaluate if they fit with your marketing goals.
The way consumers search for information is constantly changing, and search engines are adapting accordingly, with features like voice search. It's important for healthcare companies and organizations to understand the importance of this function.
In a continued effort to pique the interest of our readers, we constantly review which articles are attracting the most attention. Of the dozens of topics we covered in 2019, a few key topics and trends were very popular in healthcare marketing.
Cigna is using a variety of effective (and creative) content marketing strategies in their integrated marketing campaign to address the social determinants of health (SDoH).
There is definitely value in influencer marketing for healthcare brands as part of your marketing mix along with advertising and content marketing. Just remember that bigger isn't always better.
A recent survey reminds us that Millennials think differently about healthcare than other generations. As such, healthcare marketers need to thinking differently when trying to reach this influential group.
After a series of privacy scandals and user-data issues, Facebook has issued a major redesign for desktop and mobile. Some of these Facebook design updates can impact social content marketing strategies immediately and in the future.
For over a decade, podcasts have surged in popularity as a storytelling medium filling virtually every niche. With these numbers in mind, healthcare marketers are wondering if this form of audio content can enhance their marketing efforts.
For Medicare marketers, Facebook can be a smart addition to your marketing mix – but be ready to spend some dollars! Here are a few examples of health insurers who used paid Facebook ads leading up to and during the 2019 Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP).