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Healthcare Marketers: Learn How This Healthcare Marketing Professional is Staying Ahead of the Times

Last week for our podcast we had the opportunity to speak with one of our main clients about how they tackle healthcare marketing in 2017 effectively. Jake Behnke is the Senior Marketing Communications Specialist for Surgical Information Systems, a healthcare IT company serving mid-sized surgical centers from the city of Atlanta.

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How to Make a Human Connection When Marketing Your Software

Human interaction is irrelevant during the creation and programming of a new software product. Sure, water cooler chat involves relationships, but you're not out there mingling with the population at large.

It's a very different story once you're ready to launch and sell your product, and if you don't give the power to the people, healthcare software marketing attempts will fall very, very shy of intended projections.

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3 Consumer Trends Healthcare Marketers Are Watching This Year

Being a copycat is never a good idea, but it is always wise to analyze successful healthcare SaaS marketing teams to see how they do what they do. What tools are they using? Where do they go to learn about their target market? What strategies are they employing to nurture prospects and clients?

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How Marketers Can Get the Most Mileage from Healthcare Content Marketing

Did you know your target market's attention span is shorter than that of a goldfish? Research from Microsoft Corporation found the average adult attention span in the year 2000 was 12-seconds, by 2013 it was only 8-seconds. Since goldfish have an attention span of about 9-seconds, they win!

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Healthcare Marketers: Do You Know the Key Performance Indicators That Measure the Success of Your Content?

The physicians and healthcare facilities you work to attract have specific methods for assessing patient health. The basics include things like pulse rate and blood pressure, and the way the blood sounds as it moves through the heart with each beat. They augment these basics with additional tests evaluating cholesterol and blood sugar, or vitamin/mineral concentrations indicating a potential deficiency or latent medical condition.

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