Every Monday, we recap the most engaging mature marketing content from the previous week. This week, a survey published by Internet Health Management shows how Baby Boomers are leading the charge in terms of digital health care management. Also, DIY Marketers provide seven ways in which small businesses with limited budgets can gain maximum exposure for their brands at minimal cost. Read on to learn about the little things you can do that will have a big impact on your business.
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.
Another manic Monday? Take a break to read this week’s Monday Recap! Each week we like to review and recap mature marketing news and content that had the most engagement. This week, the ActiveRain Blog discusses increasing home prices are outpacing household and theguardian.com explores the steadily increasing interest of U.S. seniors in the cinema. Most Shared: Homeownership: Bridging the Largest…
It’s been seven months since I joined Creating Results, bringing with me 20 years of senior living marketing experience to the team. It’s about time I wrote a blog post! I’ve chosen a topic close to my heart to share with the Mature Marketing Matters audience: creating a community of leaders,
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!
Every Monday, we recap the mature marketing content that most engaged during the previous week.
This week, Brand Packaging explains the role that color plays in making or breaking your brand and the steps that you can take in order to make sure you are choosing the right colors for your audience.
Also, the Las Vegas Review-Journal published an article detailing the newest trend in retirement for Baby Boomers: not retiring. Read on to learn why many are making the decision to forgo traditional retirement, and how senior industry marketers should adapt to this trend.
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, Mcknights Senior Living addresses the significant caregiver issues the United States will soon face once the family and caregiver crisis is upon us. China is indeed learning about this the hard way.
Then, StarTribune reports that millennials would rather have pets than children. In fact, Millennials are two times more likely to buy clothes (and more) for their pets than baby boomers.
Another Monday, another round-up of the week's top resources for marketing to baby boomers and beyond.
MOST SHARED: We have a tie!
This was the advice given by Stefanie Schram, Director of Intervention Design at Toronto's Martin Prosperity Institute, to the audience gathered for the 2016 SMASH conference.
Every Monday, we recap the mature marketing content that most engaged during the previous week. This week, an article published on Senior Housing News details the importance of collaboration between providers in the senior living industry as well as a new vision for developing solutions for the challenges that accompany aging. In addition, an article published by the Sydney Morning…
Labor Day meant a short workweek in the United States.
Most Americans spent Monday celebrating with family and friends, Tuesday moaning about the loss of summer and then attempted to remember all of their responsibilities in before the Friday 5:00p whistle blew.
Yesterday we remembered ... No, that isn't right. Yesterday we in the United States commemorated the September 11th attacks on the United States.