If you're not using social media to reach your Medicare-eligible audience, you're missing out. After all, more than 80% of seniors use social media on a typical day, according to our 2022 Senior Media Preferences Survey. For the best ROI, play into the strengths of organic social media to reach individuals eligible for Medicare all year long. Here are five ways to incorporate Medicare content into your social streams year-round.
When it comes to building your business reputation, targeting new members, or promoting the positive experience of current members, let's face it, testimonials matter. Use employee testimonials to promote your company's values and company's mission. We share all the reasons why healthcare businesses should use testimonials in their marketing.
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.
At the midpoint of the Annual Enrollment Period (AEP), we took a pulse, through a quick survey of Medicare-eligible consumers, to get insight into the decisions they are making and why. While these consumers insights won’t impact marketing tactics this AEP, they can answer questions you may have about the trends payers are seeing across the country.
Changes related to inflation — like increased food prices and the rising cost of housing — are not lost on Medicare-eligible consumers who are often on a fixed income. Ahead the 2023 Medicare Annual Election Period (AEP), Medicare marketers should consider the impact of the economy. Our Healthcare Team provides a few takeaways.
See what several pioneering healthcare brands are doing in the metaverse and get early intel on the business and marketing opportunities that are likely to exist for healthcare brands in the emerging space.
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.
In 2021, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services began updating the customer-facing homepage and relevant linked pages on Medicare.gov. When we compared screenshots from 2021 to the same webpages in 2022, we noticed substantial improvements in clarity, stylization, ease of navigation and readability. Click through our slide deck to see the biggest changes from year to year.
Historically, many digital health companies leaned into B2C2B marketing as their go-to-market strategy. The go-to-market strategy of B2C2B companies is to first build a strong end-consumer base, a logical way to develop the credibility and brand value needed to sell into payers, providers and enterprises for larger scale growth. But 34% of these B2C2B companies eventually evolve their model from B2C2B to B2B2C. Here are some strategies to help engage healthcare consumers and create a win-win for your B2B partner and your bottom line.
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.