Marketing Your Mission

02/28/18 by Thomas Crocker, Copywriter

Topics: Content Marketing

Nonprofit and faith-based healthcare organizations have an inherent advantage when it comes to content marketing: missions that transcend medicine. How can they capitalize?

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Flushing Away Old Content Marketing Myths

02/21/18 by Hannah Stuart, Copywriter

Topics: Content Marketing

“Human attention spans are shrinking” is a refrain that repeatedly shows up in conference presentations, blog posts, and podcasts these days. But will this myth hold up to debunking?

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How Children’s Hospitals Can Engage Physicians to Increase Referrals & Reputation

02/14/18 by Thomas Crocker, Copywriter

Topics: Content Marketing, Physician Marketing

To create content that captures physicians’ attention and trust, children’s hospitals have to be true to themselves.   

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Establishing a Unique Voice: Content Marketing for Children’s Hospitals

01/31/18 by Hannah Stuart, Copywriter

Topics: Content Marketing

For children’s hospitals to establish themselves as a trustworthy resource in the community, they must find their unique voice.

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How to Develop a Content Strategy, Part #3: Create, Measure, Optimize, and Repeat

01/17/18 by Jason Skinner, Chief Marketing Officer

Topics: Content Marketing, Content Strategy

Once you have a clear understanding of your current channels, the people you are trying to reach, and your marketing goals, it’s time to create and distribute your content.

Developing Content

We find it is best to think in terms of long-form pieces and how they can be broken up and distributed across your other channels.

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How to Develop a Content Strategy, Part #2: Mapping It Out

01/10/18 by Jason Skinner, Chief Marketing Officer

Topics: Content Marketing, Content Strategy

Now that you have an inventory of your current marketing efforts and a sense of what is most effective, use this information to create audience personas, measurement plans, and governance processes. 

Persona Development

A persona is a representation of your ideal customers based on market research. Personas may be general at first, but they should be constantly refined over time. As you get to know your customers and add more details to your personas, over time your marketing efforts will become more targeted and efficient.

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How to Develop a Content Strategy, Part #1: Taking Inventory

01/03/18 by Jason Skinner, Chief Marketing Officer

Topics: Content Marketing, Content Strategy

This first installment of our three-part series on creating and executing a comprehensive content strategy focuses on the most critical step in the process: planning.

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The Psychology of Design in Content Marketing

12/27/17 by Hannah Stuart, Copywriter

Topics: Content Marketing, Digital Marketing

Content marketing involves much more than words. In fact, researchers at MIT discovered that the brain processes images in as quickly as 13 milliseconds. The key is leveraging proper design psychology to guide users to the decision you want them to make.

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Marketing: A Story in Three Acts

10/04/17 by Josh Garcia, Copywriter

Topics: Content Marketing, Content Strategy

To move your reader to act, present a compelling story to your audience that provides solutions to their healthcare needs.

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Reputation Rehab: Managing Brand Perception

09/27/17 by Kaitlin Gunter, Copywriter

Topics: Content Marketing

In a tech savvy digital space, building a brand that can overcome negative press or social media fails is essential and requires proven strategy and purposeful content.

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