Trying to reach baby boomers and seniors online? Here’s the latest look at how 50+ adults use the internet — and how you can use this data to improve your marketing strategies. See who's online, how they get online and what they do when they're there!
Finding the right agency partner is as much about cultural fit as it is about capabilities. What will your new partner really be like to work with? Will the marketing agency be able to hit the ground running? These five questions will help you determine the best fit for your organization’s needs.
Happy Tuesday! We hope everyone had a happy and hearty Thanksgiving. Each Monday, we do a ‘roundup’ of the most engaging mature marketing content. However, due to the high volume of emails your inbox probably received yesterday, we thought we’d give your inbox a break. So, here is our roundup… on a Tuesday! According to Skilled Nursing News, 33 skilled…
Happy Thanksgiving week from the Creating Results family to yours. May your bellies, hearts and glasses be full this holiday season.
Every Monday, we do a ‘round-up’ of the most engaging mature marketing content, but in the spirit of kicking off the holiday season, we thought we would offer some tips on how you can successfully market your senior living products and services this holiday season.
Why does my car give me such a strong physical and emotional reaction? Is it the little logo on the back bumper? As the Creating Results team tells our clients, a brand is not just a logo design. It is the entire consumer experience.
A brand is the fundamental emotional experience that you want consumers to have every time they come in contact with your product – it’s employees, residents, services, or even its physical space, campus or buildings within. It’s why consistency and clarity are essential.
Creating Results has had the pleasure of working on many branding projects. Efforts for a Boomer-focused tourism destination and for a senior living organization can help to illustrate how a brand’s personality can influence the design of a logo.
Happy Monday! Like every Monday, we are reviewing the most engaging content from the previous week. This week, for our "most clicked" item, we look at a project from Stanford Center on Longevity. For the "most shared," is the fashion industry ignoring Baby Boomers?
Most Clicked: The Sightlines Project
How long do you want to live? 76, 92, or even 101? According to The Sightlines Project from the Stanford Center on Longevity, three out of four Americans want to live past 100 IF they are in good health.
The research highlights three key findings to live a long and vigorous life:
Every Monday we round up the Most Clicked and Most Shared content items from the previous week. This week we discuss cognitive biases and how they may affect your communications plan and an interview addressing influence within B2B marketing. Most Clicked: Cognitive Biases and Your Communications Plan "You know the product or service like the back of your hand," said Laura Petrolino…
Every Monday, we recap the most engaging content from the previous week.This week, Senior Housing News proposes a rebrand of the 55-plus senior living industry in order to attract younger prospects to age-restricted communities. Also, research into Baby Boomer banking habits provide insights into marketing senior products and services to this demographic.
This week, we analyze the consumption of traditional TV and the decline (or lack thereof) for different age groups. As well as how retailers are losing dollars because of their lack of focus on baby boomers.
Most Clicked: Traditional TV and Age Group Trends
A recent article on Marketing Charts contains some key information for marketers who focus on the mature consumer related to TV viewing.
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.