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.
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 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).
A recent survey found that Medicare plans aren’t succeeding when it comes to member communications. Let’s focus on the opportunity rather than the negatives!
Healthcare marketers don't need to panic in the wake of Facebook's latest algorithm change. There are still plenty of opportunities to effectively reach audiences online and through social platforms.
Facebook recently updated its page design, and while the enhancements haven’t had marketers scrambling to fix anything broken, they have presented new opportunities that shouldn’t be overlooked. What are the opportunities for health plan marketers? Let’s take a look.
In early January, Jason Falls wrote a really interesting piece on his blog about the value of social media and its impact on search results. It was intriguing to me as I have the task of managing the paid search efforts on behalf of Media Logic for lead generation purposes. With Google and Microsoft making real-time search (social search) a part of their fruit salad, the effort to be found and its associated value is an ever elusive target. Creating inbound marketing leads via social media content strategies is high on the 2010 agenda. In order to open the doors more swiftly agencies, consultants and internal marketing departments need to assign real value for these efforts. Why was I so intrigued by Jason’s post?