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After a year of upheaval, uncertainty, and change – health has become a significant priority in Australia and throughout the world - healthcare marketing has experienced substantial changes. However, a few essential elements of healthcare marketing appear to be here to stay for the foreseeable future. Trust, authenticity and the creation of fascinating content are all ongoing themes that agencies must include in their marketing to win in 2021 and beyond.
The following are five essential components of marketing that everyone in the healthcare industry should be aware of:
It's no secret that engaging content is an essential aspect of marketing, but in healthcare, this can differ from brand to brand depending on the demographic the company is targeting. Video has been the primary winner due to COVID-19,
with basic but well-produced video material tracking well in place of face-to-face marketing.This type of material should adhere to some of the best practices for increasing patient and consumer relations, such as medical education and the use of an educational and entertaining tone. Video has the added advantage of being able to show and tell, so don't underestimate the power of a great picture or action.
Authenticity should apply to all aspects of company marketing, including social media outlets. Being personable and engaging is not enough; authenticity necessitates a connection built on trust and care.
That's where the brand values must be prominent in any social media voice. Lead with those values, and center them in the brand's voice, the material users publish, and the language users use to communicate with the audience.
Digital channels are not a substitute for reduced face-to-face marketing during COVID-related lockdown measures, but they are a channel worth investing in on their own. Interactive visual content should get included in any digital strategy to help firms stand out in an increasingly congested channel.
Education features like infographics display variables, calculators dependent on client inputs, or – yep, that media again – video may be included in interactive visual material.