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The Latest Trends in Healthcare Marketing: Balancing Personalization and Technology

The Latest Trends in Healthcare Marketing: Balancing Personalization and Technology

Healthcare marketing has always been in a lane of its own. In fact, up until the 1980s, there was little if no healthcare marketing at all. It was considered unnecessary because most patients didn’t think medical decisions were up to them. That is in sharp contrast to today’s rising consumerism in healthcare, which acknowledges the fact that patients are making healthcare decisions and becoming more involved in their own care and well-being.

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How to Use the Power of Marketing to Recruit Talent in a Post-COVID Market

How to Use the Power of Marketing to Recruit Talent in a Post-COVID Market

Since the pandemic, there have been seismic shifts in the way we live, learn and, especially, work.

The pandemic upended employment as we knew it. Jobs were lost, careers put on hold, new positions created and remote work became the norm. But more than anything else, people changed the way they look at employment and what they really want from a job. Employees are taking a stand for wanting more from their careers.

As a result, employers are struggling to meet hiring needs. As an employer today, you’re no longer competing against other companies in your industry, you’re competing against a new employee mindset.

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Put Student Stories at the Center of Your Recruitment Strategy

Put Student Stories at the Center of Your Recruitment Strategy

Years ago, when I was just starting my career in higher education marketing, I was preparing to lead a series of focus groups for a public college. The goal was simple: we would share some creative examples with high school students to understand what might resonate with them—and what wouldn’t.

As the date of the first focus group approached, the college’s staff and I evaluated the creative and made predictions about what would score highest with the students with whom we were to meet. I confidently selected a piece that had a clean, modern design, just the right amount of copy, and stellar photography. Also, because it featured a faculty member, I thought it would set the institution apart in terms of quality, personal attention, and career relevance.

Guess which piece finished dead last with the focus groups?

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Asher Agency Public Health Communications and Advocacy Boosts 2021 ACSM/Anthem Fitness Index

Asher Agency Public Health Communications and Advocacy Boosts 2021 ACSM/Anthem Fitness Index

 

Crafting key messages for communications and advocacy, particularly in public health, is a core strength of Asher Agency, and once again we are honored to assist the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and its philanthropic partner, Anthem Foundation as it releases today the 14th consecutive American Fitness Index®

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