Surefire Ways to Doom Your Mobile Marketing

Some day in the nearly immediate future, it wouldn’t be surprising to find a bold warning label on the latest-and-greatest smartphone that cautions: Negative effects include a need for instant gratification and loss of patience. It may not be on the consumer packaging, but these are real cautionary words straight from Pew Research Center’s Internet […]

A Deep Dive into Tomorrow’s Mobile Marketing

For some time, the big thing about mobile devices has been the urgent warnings that responsive web design is an absolute must. Google was one of the main voices behind that message, and we agree. If your website did not recognize and respond to the user’s device—hint, especially a mobile device—it will not show well […]

Hospital Marketing Trends That Demand Your Attention

[Second of Two Parts – Series Installment: Current Marketing Trends] The first of these two installments, 4 Top Hospital Marketing Trends to Watch Right Now, examined Customer Relationship Management, and Precision Marketing Audience Segments. Our list of top hospital marketing trends continues… The nation’s healthcare delivery system continues to change rapidly. And to keep pace, […]

DIMS: Healthcare’s Digital-Internet-Mobile-Social Marketing Test

The widely popular Snopes.com website—AKA the Urban Legends Reference Pages—has a problem with a famous quote by prolific American bank robber Willie Sutton. Supposedly, his reason for robbing banks is: “That’s where the money is.” It turns out that even Sutton denied having said it, but nevertheless, the logic is sound. The best fishing is […]

Two Words That Should Dominate Your Internet Marketing Plan

A while back, before traces of autumn appeared in the forecast, most marketing pros at hospitals and group medical practices were tying a bow around their marketing strategy for the still-distant New Year. Healthcare providers have Internet Marketing near the top of the list. The Internet has become your new front door, and it commands […]

Extending the Primary Care Connection Through Mobile Experiences

[SHSMD14 Speaker Podcast Series] Jamey Shiels, Senior Director eBusiness for Aurora Healthcare, talks with Lonnie Hirsch, Co-Founder of Healthcare Success about Creating Mobile Experiences to Extend Primary Care Engagement, which is the topic of Jamey’s presentation at the 2014 SHSMD Connections meeting. Mobile strategies present unique opportunities to engage patients outside of the traditional clinical settings. […]

10 More Compelling Reasons Healthcare Marketing Absolutely Must “Think Mobile”

The Internet assures me that “we look at our smartphones 150 times each day.” It must be true…I saw it on my smartphone. Look it up…I’ll wait. But seriously…three things collided on our healthcare marketing radar recently. Collectively and individually they are sharp reminders that if your plans and strategy are not “thinking mobile,” your […]

Why Small Screen Mobile Has Become Really Big in Healthcare Marketing

It seems like some people consult their smartphone almost constantly. For young adults, stats says that would be 60 times a day. Although research tells us that consumers spend more than 23 percent of their daily media consumption time with mobile, marketers allocate less than 1 percent of their overall budgets to mobile. This is one […]

SoLoMo: Goofy Watchword to Improve Hospital Marketing Success

“SoLoMo.” Say it slowly a couple of times. It’s one of those recently minted, goofy-sounding marketing terms that someone invented. But SoLoMo belongs in your hospital marketing vocabulary. It’s a convenient contrivance to remind marketing planners to leverage the significant SOCIAL, LOCAL and MOBILE trends. Dissecting SoLoMo: What it means and why it’s important…

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