Since social media is a relatively new communications channel, some in the healthcare marketing arena assume that it’s risky. On the contrary, there are no risky media and no evidence to prove that one channel is more secure than another.
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Many industries are beginning to adopt a “content marketing” strategy because simply advertising and self-promotion aren’t connecting consumers to (Healthcare Content Marketing: The Basics http://t.co/K6h4A0cV)...
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... held their first public hearing on social media marketing - this conclusion would seem even stranger. On that day dozens of speakers (including myself) shared our ideas for how to regulate online healthcare communications ...
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