Tag Archives | social media

Emoji Outreach: How To Touch A Millennial Employee’s Heart <3

Jennifer Martin, CareContent

Start texting with a Millennial, and you’ll quickly find your conversation peppered with goofy faces, unicorns, flying pizzas, and even an occasional pile of poo. The visual fusillade is hard to escape. Emojis have plastered the globe, and that’s a direct result of the digital revolution: More than 85% of Millennials own a smartphone, Nielsen […]

Social Media For Healthcare Marketing: Snaps, Pins, And Shares, Oh My!

Samantha Gassel, CareContent

If you are one of the millions of adults in the US who use Facebook or Twitter, you’ve probably followed—or at least seen—a company’s account on one of these social networks. Many businesses create Facebook profiles (called pages) or Twitter accounts (called handles) in order to further their brand recognition and boost their marketing efforts. But […]

Sign Out of Social Media For One Day—For Your Sanity

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This guest post comes from social media maven Jenni Prokopy, founder of ChronicBabe.com. Jenni draws on her experience with fibromyalgia and other conditions to teach women to live incredibly in spite of illness. She shared the following insight with us in the wake of the election earlier this month.  I’m hearing from people throughout our community that they’re really […]

Read/Watch/Listen/Follow: Content We’re Into (August 2016)

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As content creators, we’re constantly on the hunt for interesting and inspiring stories from wherever we can find them—the internet, a podcast, television. This enables us not only to keep up with but to lead relevant conversations on the people, events, and discoveries that are impacting our world. Here’s what we’ve been devouring lately. Kadesha, […]

Why A Healthcare Community Matters For Hospitals

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What is the fastest way to educate a large group of people? You tell them all at once. Having an online healthcare community makes increasing the health literacy of people around your hospital simple. An online community is a group of people with shared interests. Participants tend to be active on social media as well […]