Simon Sinek says, “People don’t buy what you do. They buy why you do it.” The “why” is a story, and the best marketing is supported by the stories we tell. With so many new AI tools right now helping marketers produce generic content quickly and cheaply, telling authentic and engaging stories is even more important. Given this new reality, what can you do to humanize marketing efforts to ensure your campaigns connect?
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The best agencies have the necessary healthcare marketing skills to help you build awareness and trust. They also know how to create outreach campaigns promoting your services, treatments, and providers in ways that attract new patients (and retain and delight your existing ones).
An effective healthcare marketing strategy empowers individuals to make well-informed decisions about their health while fostering a strong, positive relationship between healthcare providers and those they serve. The most talented healthcare marketing experts do this in unconventional and highly-surprising ways.
“A brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room.” I love this quote from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos because it perfectly explains how brand reputation management is so much more than just setting up rules about the use of your company’s logo, color palette, or design system.
Your brand identity is shaped by every touchpoint. As you consider your upcoming marketing plans and your brand in the years ahead, here’s a question to consider:
What are you doing to ensure your marketing efforts enhance your brand reputation and make management easier?
Keep reading to learn more about brand reputation management, and check out some curated articles we recommend to spur your brand strategy thinking.
Entrepreneur and marketing guru Seth Godin once said, “The only way to consistently grow in B2B is to be better than very good.” If you must be “better than good” to grow, how can marketing help you stand out? One proven method to maximize your ROI is campaign optimization with growth marketing.
When you make customers the center of your business and focus on forming better relationships, loyalty increases, and growth happens more organically.
It’s that time of the year again. Kids are heading back to school, and COOs and CMOs at hospitals and health systems across the country are making plans for 2024 that not only sustain but fuel patient growth. Central to the success of all those projection work is the creation of a strategic healthcare marketing budget.
After a year of financial ups and downs in 2023, thinking about your healthcare marketing needs in 2024 may seem especially daunting, especially if you know that marketing funds will be squeezed. The good news is you’re not alone. Just about everyone is having to do more with less in this post-COVID era.
On top of all that, old solutions won’t cut it. What works (and what doesn’t) continues to evolve rapidly. Plus, there are more ways than ever to reach your target audiences, staffing continues to pose a very real challenge, and new technologies (like AI tools for marketing) are changing the way the game is played.
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