Step back in time by a decade or two, to a scenario when doctors, healthcare professionals and hospitals did not find the need to lay special emphasis on ‘Branding’. Patients made healthcare decisions based on word-of-mouth, physician referrals and past experiences. Therefore, hospitals and healthcare professionals were not in the process of marketing themselves aggressively. The industry was reasonably stable, the patient flow was somewhat predictable, and the competition was rather low-key.
Gone are the days when core industries and businesses took to minimal or no marketing. With the onset of newer social media trends quarter-on-quarter, organizations are doing all they can to better engage with their customers, both existing and prospective, on social media. Today, even those companies in industries like automotive, financial or medical devices are using social media to build meaningful relationships with stakeholders.
HubSpot is no new name in the world of Marketing. As a marketer, you’ve probably been exposed to HubSpot in various capacities, but have you assumed it to be a mere Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool? The premise is rather contrary.
The holy month of plays a significant role in the lives of Islamic people across the globe, especially in the MENA region. The observations and festivities are accompanied by weeks of shopping and purchases. This has evidently spilled over into the digital realm too, impacting mobile strategies and campaigns that play a vital role in engaging and retaining users.