Congratulations, Social Media Experts! If you’re reading this….you’re also ready to hear about the finale. But before you take your victory lap, let’s go over some important things to always keep in mind when promoting your health organization through these awesome platforms. For those of you who have not been keeping up but also those who have,… Continue reading 5 Key Principles for Social Media Use for Your Health Organization
Instagram might just be today’s most popular social media app given that there are over 300 million active users with Instagram accounts and as an article from Enveritas points out, there’s a very good chance our health organizations clients are active members as well. Given that 70 million photos are shared PER DAY, there’s also a… Continue reading Insta(nt)Health!
There is a lot of pressure on Millennials these days, and while most of it can be taken as an advantage to become innovators for our future, much of it can be harmful for our health when we are constantly looking into the lives of everyone and comparing it to our own. This is most… Continue reading Put the Phone down and Nobody gets Hurt
We’ve all been sat down and pained with the oldest lecture in the book- Remembering whats ethical: what’s right and wrong. If you think that’s a lesson in history think again. Sure you know to tell the truth, always do the right thing, never lie and respect your elders… but have you ever thought of… Continue reading Social Media, Ethics and Health Content
Now that you’ve completed your strategy, it’s time to take a step back and look at the big picture- A.K.A what your health organization has accomplished so far. This is called evaluation. Evaluation can be overlooked because it’s basically reiterating all that’s been said and done while cleaning up the final product to see what’s… Continue reading Ready…Set…Evaluate!
Regardless of what kind of goal you’re trying to reach or mission you want to accomplish, you’re going to need a strategy. The tricky part is building a strategy that best suits you and your organization A strategy is basically your plan of action designed to help guide your way to your goal. Where would health organizations… Continue reading Strategy
So now that we’ve covered the heavy-hitters such as Facebook and Twitter that have transformed the way health organizations reach their audiences, now we’re on to Snapchat that is here to open an entirely new window for platforms to market. It has also reinvented the way mobile users share and live stream around the world which can… Continue reading Health in a Snap!