It’s funny how the more things change the more they stay the same. A few of us we were talking about our travels to Europe back in the 1980s and whenever we told someone we were from Chicago, we all got the same reply— “Chicago! Al Capone. Bang Bang.” We’d of course correct them and
2016 was a big year for digital marketing, with new strategic priorities and technological innovations changing how we work. As you assess how you can enhance your strategies this year, it is critical to think first about providing consumers with the best online experience possible. Keep these key healthcare digital marketing trends in mind as you plan for 2017.
After attending “Experience” An Evening of Emerging Technology, hosted by The Mill, our creative juices started flowing with ideas around innovating healthcare marketing with technology. Held at the new Chicago Google headquarters, the event showcased the latest in Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and Mixed Reality (MR) technology, which our team got to experience first hand. Here are some of our favorites.
The quick answer to that question is: No, you didn’t. Why? Because we didn’t air one. That’s not to say that some of the ads truly helped their brands. This year, more than most years, the majority of brands used the Super Bowl as a venue to take a clear stand on topics they felt were important to them, their core customers, and prospects.
As we know, any shift in communication—whether it’s letters to telegrams, telegrams to telephone calls, or calls to texts and emails—cultivates new marketing opportunities, and the emoji revolution has been no different. Using them the right way in your marketing could help you break through the clutter and resonate with consumers.