Happy Monday - I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday, spent with family and friends. We are certainly thankful for our subscribers, today and every day! Each Monday we recap the mature marketing stories from the past week that generated significant interest. Today, we explore the positive impact of companions in geriatric healthcare and why we shouldn't necessarily call…
Session: "Creating Stronger Organizations Through Aggressive Growth Strategies"
In 2016, the size of the 65+ population starts to significantly outpace the 5–under-population, meaning the availability of direct care workers will have a significant shortage, as we heard from senior living leaders at this year's LeadingAge national conference.
In addition to being a concern for senior living care providers, the looming labor shortage also is a driver of senior living growth, repositioning and affiliation. What can marketing do to prepare?
Session: Sales and Marketing Tactics for Continuing Care at Home
This is how Liz Fandel of Fellowship Senior Living at Home (a Creating Results client), explained the unique selling proposition of Continuing Care at Home (CCAH).
CCAH programs offer care coordination, care-giving and asset preservation to older adults who do not want to live on a retirement community campus. With CCAH, they can remain in their own home as they age.
Happy Monday! Every week, we recap the most engaging mature marketing content from the previous week. For this Monday's round-up, public relations icon Katie Delahaye Paine was the featured speaker last week at a half-day event hosted by PRNews where she discussed the making of a worthy Press Release and how to measure it in a world that is CONSTANTLY communicating. And…
Session: A Repositioning Case Study: Designing for a Healthier, Longer Life
Expansions and repositionings are happening in communities across the country.
Repositioning: Investing in the physical redevelopment of an existing brick and mortar community to add space and reconfigure existing square footage in an effort to compete with newer entities and be more relevant in today’s market.
For senior living providers, repositionings are important and necessary to ensure we continue to serve the residents of today and plan for the residents of tomorrow.
Last week five members of the Creating Results team assembled in Indianapolis for the 2016 LeadingAge Annual Meeting.
This conference attracted more than 8,000 senior living and senior services providers from around the country, along with a healthy cohort of those who provide products and services to the industry.
In addition to inspiring keynote speakers there were hundreds of education sessions. (Our team was privileged to be among the featured experts, presenting data and insights from Social, Silver Surfers 2016 research.) Over the next few weeks, we’ll share highlights from selected sessions on this blog.
The series starts today with take-aways from a lively program that got people tweeting and thinking.
How can a "Gritty Mindset" help those who serve older adults at senior living communities, help those who market to them -- and even the older adults themselves?
Creating Results attended and sponsored the informative SMASH conference held in Chicago earlier this month. For the senior living industry, this conference is innovative and refreshing.
Among all the keynotes and sessions I attended, I noticed an underlying theme: the concept of being prospect-centered in every marketing interaction.
This is especially important in the digital arena. Keeping this prospect-centric concept of at the forefront of your SEO and SEM strategies will result in tremendous success. Over the next few months, I plan to explain and give examples of such success with this concept through this blog series.
Today's post focuses on SEO questions (an Algorithm 101 primer). And -- BONUS! -- I will even share with you my favorite basic checklist.
Happy Monday! Each week we pause and revisit the mature marketing stories and insights from the past week that had people sharing and clicking. This week, we explore TV and how the ways in which baby boomers engage with it have evolved. We'll also take a look at the far-reaching shares and applications of research. Have something to share? We'd love to hear from you!
Each Monday we bring you the top mature marketing stories that had people talking, commenting and sharing. While it's not Monday (we hope you had a wonderful Labor Day), we didn't want to leave our loyal visitors missing even one week of insights. This week we explore the differences in how people view emoji usage, the top markets to which…
Every Monday, we take a look back at the content that our followers engaged with the most during the previous week.
First up this week, Joseph Coughlin of the AgeLab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology explains why spending marketing dollars on targeting aging generations will generate the MOST bang for your buck.
Then, Senior Housing News identifies what we as marketers have to know (and be sensitive to) about the growing financial struggles that are devastating today’s health care companies.
MOST SHARED: Save Your Pennies and Market to Boomers Instead of Millennials
Speaking at a conference in Orlando, AgeLab founder and director Joseph Coughlin explained that since Boomers have more disposable income, retailers and commercial real estate industries should shift their focus accordingly.