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Foundation Focus: How Children’s Hospitals Leverage Content to Cultivate Donors
Stories about children who have overcome serious illness or injury tug at the heartstrings—and they can be powerful calls to philanthropic action.
Speaking the Culture: Marketing to Hispanic and Latino Audiences
Successfully marketing to Hispanic and Latino communities requires a thorough understanding of language, culture, and the intersection of the two.
Marketing Your Mission
Nonprofit and faith-based healthcare organizations have an inherent advantage when it comes to content marketing: missions that transcend medicine. How can they capitalize?
Flushing Away Old Content Marketing Myths
“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?
How Children’s Hospitals Can Engage Physicians to Increase Referrals & Reputation
To create content that captures physicians’ attention and trust, children’s hospitals have to be true to themselves.
Advising Marketers for a Changing Landscape: A Profile of Jill Sartori
True North Custom Regional Vice President of Business Development Jill Sartori brings a marketer’s mindset and data-driven perspective to her role of strategic partner. Sartori, who...
Establishing a Unique Voice: Content Marketing for Children’s Hospitals
For children’s hospitals to establish themselves as a trustworthy resource in the community, they must find their unique voice.
Case Study: Custom Content Helps Health System Boost Awareness & Reverse Outmigration
Washington Health System embraces storytelling in print and online to increase awareness of key service lines and prove return on investment (ROI).
How to Develop a Content Strategy, Part #3: Create, Measure, Optimize, and Repeat
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....
How to Develop a Content Strategy, Part #2: Mapping It Out
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...
How to Develop a Content Strategy, Part #1: Taking Inventory
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.
The Psychology of Design in Content 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...
Avoid the Naughty List for Digital and Print Mailing Lists
You work hard crafting the right messages for specific audiences. Don’t let simple mailing list errors stand in the way of reaching your goals.
Ask These 3 Questions to Future-Proof Your Marketing Strategy
With delivery models changing rapidly, healthcare organizations that regularly ask questions about their consumer base can adapt their messages—and, more importantly, how those messages...
4 Tips for Defending Your Marketing Decisions
The new CEO wants to meet with you and hear an account of everything that Marketing is doing for the bottom line. Are you equipped to defend your strategies?
Mark Your Calendar for These 2018 Conferences
While planning your 2018 calendar and budget, here are our favorite events for staying current and gaining competitive advantage. Health IT Marketing & PR Conference This year's...
Digitally Connecting with Tech-Savvy Seniors
When building your digital marketing campaigns, don’t discount seniors.
Information Is Power for Today's Healthcare Marketing Leader
As the world of health care changes at a rapid pace, Chief Marketing Officers who take an active role in their organizations’ budgetary and strategic planning processes can better...
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