Welcome to the New Ezine from Strategic Health Care Marketing (Part 5 of 5)
Welcome to the fifth and final installment in our welcome series. (You can read the previous installments here.)
Over the past several days, we’ve tried to give you a small sampling of all the great information we provide, from exclusive stories on brand management to in-depth case studies of successful health care marketing campaigns around the country.
If you come away with even a few new ideas to put into practice at your health care organization—and we’re confident you will—it can mean a massive boost to your organization’s reputation and bottom line.
As I mentioned in the first email, we recently launched this new Strategic Health Care Marketing website, and we’re eager for you to check it out. As you browse, you’ll discover:
- Searchable archives of past issues
- Exclusive special reports for download
- A members-only discussion forum
- Weekly email updates of new content
- Coming soon: All-inclusive online access for up to 9 additional members of your team
- And much more to come … Stay tuned!
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If you’re already a subscriber to the monthly Strategic Health Care Marketing print newsletter, congratulations! You get to enjoy all of the benefits of the website at no additional cost (and you’ll still get your newsletter in the mail every month).
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If you’re not already a Strategic Health Care Marketing member, we’d like to change that by offering you a free trial of the site. For seven days, you’ll get an all-access pass. Why not sign up now? It’s free.
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Thanks for the opportunity to present our special welcome series to you! We’ll see you back here every Thursday with your free weekly ezine.
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