As marketers, we always talk about the importance of content, and you probably see the words “content marketing” everywhere you look. A recent study from MarketingProfs shows that 86% of marketers use content marketing in their organization, and it’s no surprise that social media is the leading channel. The study shows that 96% of marketers use social media posts for their content marketing, with the most successful marketers noting Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as the top three platforms.
Creating an advertising campaign for an ER isn’t necessarily brain surgery (thank goodness), but it’s not to be taken lightly either. Along with the PCP and OB/Gyn, your ER/urgent care is as important an entry point into your healthcare system as there is. One walk-in ER patient could become a heavy user of your system for years.
Take a look at the most effective brands on social media and you’ll notice a common thread – consistent messaging and branding. It’s part of what makes them so effective. Unfortunately, that’s not always the norm. We see marketers struggle with this all the time. The experience from one social network to another can often feel disjointed, which isn’t surprising. It’s difficult to present a cohesive message across all social platforms, because the strategies required to excel on each of these networks are very different.