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How Eldercare Marketers Can Win Consumers blog image

How Eldercare Marketers Can Win Consumers

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50 shades of gray The “Silver Tsunami” impact on health care is well documented – as is the fact that more than 75% of wealth in the US and the UK is owned by people age 65+ (globalchange.com). So why don’t healthcare marketers of senior-targeted services – home health, assisted living, and even skilled nursing facilities […]

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Professional services firms: Brand your people

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The longstanding argument in accounting, law, financial, medical, and other professional services firms is that the company’s brand has to transcend the identity of any one person. Eponymous consumer brands like Gillette and Orville Redenbacher have invested big-time resources to emerge from the shadow of their originators, so professional services firms should do the same (right?) […]

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What happened to boat OEMs and safety?

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Safety is lost at sea Looking at some of 2015’s Top Sportcruisers up to 45 feet, you see the usual suspects: Searay, Bavaria, Jeanneau, and so forth. Now go to their sites. What you don’t see is any message about safety. [Sorry Searay, all your safety links redirect to your home page.] It makes us […]

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WHAT SCHOOL DO YOU DRIVE?

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Price, performance, and perception. In our experience, those are the 3 criteria on which learning institutions are evaluated – by students, parents, consultants, counselors, and, well, everyone. To take our hypothesis out for a spin to see how it corners, we asked two panels of 12 undergrads – all majoring in Advertising and PR – […]

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