Facebook. The land where the “Like” is commonly the number one goal. I had a client mention that he was intent on getting more Page Likes, a common ask that persists even as the platform transforms around us. Page Likes have become a vanity metric, looking good on the outside, but fairly shallow when examinedContinue reading Facebook: The Power is in the Timeline
In my eyes, we’ve only uncovered the tip of the iceberg for health and mobile, it has always just been a matter of avoiding the giant block of ambiguous ice that lives underneath that tip – but with the proper navigation, the opportunity for innovation and success is unlimited. The caution comes mostly in the fear of riskContinue reading Pharma Mobile Apps Are Not Dead and Kudos Sanofi, But More Can Be Done
Search and the fact that a mobile device may already be in a physician’s hand during a patient visit offers a unique opportunity – let’s use that device to better communicate information about a disease or condition to the patient in a way they are more likely to understand. Technology allows touch interaction, video provides a visual means of understanding. Memorability even comes merely in the form of awe in how cool an app may be, leading one to explore others like it.Continue reading Mobile Apps & Search to Enhance Doctor-Patient Discussions
The most successful community managers will be passionate about their work, which means the content they’re sharing will be higher quality and the conversations they are having more relevant. Personality, enthusiasm and expertise in the topics shows true commitment, which entices engagement and builds trust within the community – especially as it relates to health. Community Managers – theContinue reading Community Managers: Striking a Balance Between Passion and Experience
Over the past few years, I’ve landed on a great set of apps that do a variety of things for me in everyday life. Wanted to share my experience so you can go out and give them a try yourself. You can find most of them in the Apple App Store or on Google Play,Continue reading Best Mobile Apps for Everyday Life
This one’s tricky. As a digital strategist, I ask myself this question all the time and have almost too much of a hard time explaining it when asked. The truth is that digital strategy is fairly intangible. It’s a combination of experience rooted in many different fields and it means balancing those fields to meetContinue reading What Exactly is this “Digital Strategy” Thing?
From 2011-2012 Over the last year, we’ve seen digital and social mature more than any year before. What I mean by mature is not just the number of users on social platforms (that was set into endless motion in years past), but the increased specialization we’re seeing within each platform. For example, Twitter as aContinue reading Digital from 2011 to 2012 and What to Look Out For