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Media coverage is key to widespread awareness of your hospital or clinic's key services and offerings. But how can you find yourself in the pages of the local print media or on the screens of thousands of potential patients? The art of the media pitch is critical to your success in this arena.
Here are five basic tips you should know about when pitching your organization's stories to media outlets.
The online world has become saturated with content. The definition of content has become an industry buzzword that means something different for everyone. This over-populated and loosely defined practice has caused problems for businesses and institutions trying to stand out in the crowd.
When content marketing was introduced to the advertising word, the objective was simple—produce as much content as possible and publish it for everyone to see. Today’s online environment has demanded a change. No longer can people produce short, low-quality content and expect it to perform well online.
Healthcare marketing can seem like a monumental task. There are plenty of marketing-platform restrictions for healthcare marketing by advertising networks, in addition to compliance questions between HIPAA and Stark laws. Layer onto that, your audiences are more educated and can be resistant to marketing messages than ever before. So how can we provide value without being seemingly pushy to a savvy audience?
Native advertising can be a fantastic solution to work within compliance and platform restrictions while promoting healthcare services in a very organic way.