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Doctor Bio Videos: 5 Tips to Boost Patient Acquisition

Doctor Bio Videos: 5 Tips to Boost Patient Acquisition

We have worked with healthcare systems and medical groups to create physician bio videos for more than eight years now.  Yet, as we think about this type of marketing, we’re continually surprised at how slowly it has evolved. Especially, given the importance of this type of video to increase revenue by boosting patient acquisition. The goal of a Doctor bio video is to make the featured physician relatable, likable, trustworthy, as well as memorable.

Here are some of the things that I have learned along the way and some tips on how you could do it better.

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6 Ways Being Unique Helps Your Company Grow

6 Ways Being Unique Helps Your Company Grow

As you grow your business, you need to emulate your competition. You need to blend in to avoid marketing/PR disasters. And, by all means, don’t try to stand out from the crowd.

We call bull. Too many marketers live by these principles. They completely ignore the fact that they’re dead wrong. Blending in is not the way to grow. It only ensures that no one notices you. Instead, you need to be unique. And yes, that goes for your entire marketing strategy.

This uniqueness, in fact, helps your company grow. How you ask? Consider these 6 reasons.

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How to Break from the Herd in the Medical Device Segment

How to Break from the Herd in the Medical Device Segment

For more than 15 years, the partners of DigiVid360 have worked with healthcare clients including medical device companies, medical imaging, and women’s health. Throughout this time, we’ve noticed one challenge that seems inherent to all of these companies… they struggle to compete.

What’s happening out there is that healthcare companies, in general, all seem to share the challenge of just how to highlight their products’ unique features and benefits as they relate to their current and potential customers.  

So, if you find yourself battling it out with lots of competitors that are offering similar products, and you’re competing for the same buyer’s attention, including their engagement with your brand, as well the sale of your products/services… keep reading.

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The Top 6 Ways Your Unique Selling Point (USP) Answers The Question, “Boxers or Briefs?”

The Top 6 Ways Your Unique Selling Point (USP) Answers The Question, “Boxers or Briefs?”

“Do you prefer boxers or briefs?”

It’s a bit of a personal question, and it can often tell you quite a lot about someone.

Not only that but the way someone answers that question can tell you even more.

The same is true when it comes to your company and your branding. Because what’s on the surface is rarely what compels a customer to pick your product or service over one of your competitors; it’s usually what you have going on underneath.

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The Marketing Trap: 5 Tips to Not Become The Rat That Traps Your Customers

The Marketing Trap: 5 Tips to Not Become The Rat That Traps Your Customers

When you’re trying to market a product, you have two options to take; the way of the rat, and the way of the mouse.

What’s the difference between these two?

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Top 6 Ways Marketing is Like Building a Car

Top 6 Ways Marketing is Like Building a Car

For many owners out there, a business can feel like a concept car. You know it exists, but it’s hard to really get a sense of how all the different parts work together in order to create a single, functional machine.

You can see the results, obviously, but understanding how your business succeeds (or getting a grip on why parts of it aren’t doing as well as you’d like) can be difficult if you don’t know how to think about it.

An exercise that might be useful for you to help wrap your brain around your business, though, is to think of it like a car.

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6 Ways To Know If You Need Branding

6 Ways To Know If You Need Branding

Marketing messages are all around us. To you, the company you market is unique and clearly the best option. There’s just one problem: your audience might not agree. In fact, they might not even know you exist.

No doubt, marketing succeeds in large part because of the tactics you use to communicate your product’s or service’s benefit to your audience.

Without branding, though, that effort can be difficult to achieve. Do you know what makes you unique, and can you communicate that to your audience?

Do your messaging and channels combine to tell a true story?

Even many companies with major marketing budgets cannot always say yes to that. You don’t always need branding; but when you do, it’s absolutely essential to long-term success.

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How Does Your Business Benefit From Using a Smaller Marketing Firm?

How Does Your Business Benefit From Using a Smaller Marketing Firm?

Bigger is better, or so the old saying goes. Why get a small plate of finger food when you could have an entire buffet of options? Why drive a small, efficient vehicle when you could have one that’s got plenty of headroom, plenty of storage space in the trunk, and some blasting power under the hood? And who among us would rather live in a small home when we could instead take up residence in a sprawling manor house complete with all the bells and whistles?

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Defining Your Brand Idendigi? Idendi… Who? What Does That Mean, Exactly?

Defining Your Brand Idendigi? Idendi… Who? What Does That Mean, Exactly?

If you handle the marketing aspects of your own business, you’re probably used to hearing bizarre buzzwords by now like identigi. In fact, it probably seems like there’s an entire field of people out there whose only job is to make up words. Then you have to learn these new words so you can explain to other people in order to make it sound like you’re on the cutting edge.

The latest such buzzword is idendigi. While it might sound like the name of a wizard in a kid’s show about friendship, the idea behind this term is useful for businesses.

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4 Ways to Incorporate a Unique Selling Point Into Marketing Efforts

4 Ways to Incorporate a Unique Selling Point Into Marketing Efforts

Defining a unique selling point (USP) and using it effectively are two different topics, yet both are vitally important for businesses to gain marketing traction.

A USP should be the central theme of marketing efforts, helping businesses stand out from their competition and, ultimately, gain more conversions.

In an effort to help businesses effectively leverage this tool, let’s discuss 4 ways to incorporate a USP into marketing efforts.

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