Five years ago, H2M partnered with Lake Region Healthcare (LRH), a regional health system serving Fergus Falls, MN, and surrounding communities, to rebrand the organization.
I went hunting recently. Not in my deer stand like usual, but out in big data land. The much-maligned term “millennial” had been stuck on repeat in my head, and I wanted to dig into why this particular demographic label has devolved into more or less a caricature of ultimate laziness.
The reports of traditional media’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Broadcast television, for example, isn’t dead. Far from it, according to a new study from Salesforce.
For many years, marketing in healthcare was referred to disparagingly as the “M” word. When I started working in healthcare back in 1999, marketing your services was viewed as a threat to mission-driven work and purely unethical. We should never sell what we do. Nowadays health products have been growing and getting better like the […]
February was Heart Month. It will be again next year. And the year after that. And the year after that. You probably started planning – and I mean serious planning – your Heart Month awareness campaign somewhere between three months to three minutes before February 1. “Let’s face it, there’s a lot of awareness to […]
At the 2017 annual Explore Minnesota Tourism Conference, held at the InterContinental Saint Paul Riverfront hotel, organizations from around the state were recognized at an awards banquet for their contributions to the state’s $14.4 billion travel and tourism industry. For the second year in a row Otter Tail County received a prestigious marketing award. Each […]
In her Internet Trends Report 2016 address, Mary Meeker KCPB, predicted that by 2017, 74% of all internet traffic will be video. The best videos will be stories that are authentic, entertaining, in-context, and brief. This means that video marketing is absolutely necessary to attract, and more importantly, engage your audience. With video quickly becoming […]
When my friend Mike called to tell me he had cancer I recall thinking to myself, “I know I’m talking to Mike, but the person I’m talking to doesn’t sound at all like Mike.” Mike is a martial arts instructor, he rides a Harley, he’s a physically imposing jokester who can get proper people to […]
We all know it’s best to avoid stereotypes but beyond the clumsy insensitive risks of stereotypes, when it comes to storytelling, they just aren’t as interesting as stories that explore archetypes. Tell me something I don’t know If you’re going to take my time with an article or online video or television commercial, then at […]