As a market poised for continued growth, many insurers are making a strong D-SNP push. Here's a few examples of direct marketing tactics used by insurers.
With the switch rate for the Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP) ticking up this year, it wasn't just the national plans who made big gains. We took some time to study some successful regional health plans.
Is beauty only skin deep? That seems to be the question Capital One is asking with different versions of its current direct mail acquisition packages. Media Logic’s financial services marketing experts take a look at what the brand may be testing… and why.
In reviewing direct mail and print marketing tactics used by insurers with this year’s biggest Medicare Advantage enrollment gains, we noticed a continuation of common themes from previous years and a few new highlights.
These findings don’t suggest we should abandon digital channels when communicating with Millennials. However, in a crowded digital environment, direct mail may be a smart way to break through the clutter and reach this valuable demographic.
Discover has a killer acquisition mail strategy. It tests offers, formats, colors, charts, Johnson boxes, copy and hard-working vs. more creative approaches. You name it; Discover tests it.
Direct mail plays a critical role in Medicare AEP marketing campaigns, so creating pieces that will be opened and elicit response is key. Last month, we released the findings from Part 1 of our Medicare marketing report on seniors’ preferences related to direct mail designs. But when it comes to successful direct mail, design is only part of the equation. In order for direct mail to be effective, the right messaging is also essential.
Was that Oscars moment inevitable? Or did design flaws cause the Best Picture mistake? Our direct mail experts weigh in. Their conclusion: DM 101 could have saved the day!
In 2014, “$0 plan premiums” dominated many of Medicare direct mail packages. In 2015, however, insurers focused direct mail on other benefits of their plans, using $0 plan premiums as a secondary proof-point. How did this play out in the direct mail packages of United, Aetna, Cigna and Kaiser? With help from Competiscan, we reviewed some of the direct mail tactics used by each of these insurers.