Blog entries posted for: Advertising

4 Trends for Healthcare Marketing

4 Trends for Healthcare Marketing

Apr 22, 2019 - Matt Klein Advertising

The thought of climbing Mount Everest is daunting. The same could be said when considering a strategic marketing plan for your healthcare organization. However, just like climbing a mountain, successful healthcare marketing takes one step at a time. A good first step is implementing the following four trends in healthcare marketing. These trends will lay a solid foundation for a strategic marketing plan that will position your organization’s brand as a leader while directly reaching your target market.

Top 3 Spring Cleaning Tips: Marketing Edition

Top 3 Spring Cleaning Tips: Marketing Edition

Apr 05, 2019 - Maggie Bakle Advertising

Spring has sprung! It’s time to go through your closets and drawers, declutter and renew. This trend isn’t just great for your home, but for your marketing strategy as well. Don’t know where to start? Kick start your deep clean with the items below.

April Fools!

April Fools!

Apr 01, 2019 - Mary Kinder Advertising

Remember when you were in elementary school and April Fool’s Day was one of the biggest holidays of the year? I started pulling pranks as soon as I woke up, starting with pretending that I had gone blind while sleeping. But, as we grow up, April Fool's Day has less of an impact on our lives as we believed it would as children. Unless you’re in marketing.

Don’t Touch That Dial!

Don’t Touch That Dial!

Mar 21, 2019 - Barry Armbruster Advertising

You don’t have to look very hard to hear some industry experts saying that TV, and its viewership, is dead. But don’t write up the obituary just yet. There are still more than 300 million televisions in the U.S. Yes, shifting media consumption habits have driven audiences online and to ad-free streaming services. However, digital viewing doesn’t automatically mean a complete dismissal of traditional direct to consumer (DTC) viewing. In other words, most people watch a combination of both.