The main goal of public relations (PR) is to get your latest information in front of an audience. Whether this audience is comprised of members of the press, potential patients, or any other group, you’re always conveying a message that you have the solution to consumers’ problems. Social media lets you put that news directly in front of your reader, and many platforms provide tools to help you do it more easily and effectively.CONTINUE READING
In a Content Marketing Institute report from 2016, the majority of marketers said their biggest challenge was “creating enough engaging content.” Some content marketers decided the dilemma could be solved by churning out a constant stream of content.CONTINUE READING
You probably already know how to target personalized ads to specific patient populations based on demographics—now it’s time to apply that to location. Imagine a patient sitting in a competing hospital’s emergency department lobby with a knee injury, waiting hours to be seen, killing time on his smartphone as he waits. What if you could feed that patient an advertisement about your facility’s short ER wait times or your urgent care facility’s capabilities? This scenario is a possibility in today’s high-tech world, thanks to built-in GPS navigation found on most smart devices.CONTINUE READING
If you want to know which email subject line, article headline, arrival time, or even button color is most likely to garner results, let your readers decide. A/B testing is an easy, painless way to evaluate several approaches to sending out mass emails and determining which options provide you with the best results.CONTINUE READING
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