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  • 1. The Match Game Your Market with the Right Media Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development October 11, 2002
  • 2. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
      • Pam Schneider, Senior VP, Client Services Director
      • Rick Johnson & Company, Incorporated
  • 3. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
      • About RJC
      • New Mexico’s largest full-service marketing, advertising, public relations and interactive agency
      • Founded 1977
      • Staff: 51 (FTEs)
      • Headquartered in Albuquerque
      • Clients across U.S.
      • 10 Departments
      • 4 Divisions
  • 4. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Our Healthcare Experience
        • Healthcare Systems
        • Clinics
        • Physician Groups
        • Specialties - Oncology, Rehabilitation, Cardiology
        • Health Plans
        • Managed Care - Medicare
        • Single Physician Offices
        • Foundations
        • Auxiliaries
  • 5. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • What Are We Going to do Today?
    • Media and Media Vehicles
    • Match Media to Markets
    • Q&A
    • You Are Outta’ Here...
  • 6. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Some Fundamental Questions You Must Ask Yourself About This Topic...
    • Who is my market(s)?
    • What do I need to know to make the match?
    • Why isn’t this simple?
  • 7. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Definitions Surrounding Media
    • Mass Media - non-personal channels of communication that allow a message to be sent to many individuals at one time. (no interpersonal contact)
    • Medium - is the general category of available delivery systems, which includes broadcast media, print media direct mail, outdoor advertising and other support media
    • Media Vehicle - The specific carrier within a medium category. For example, Time and Newsweek are print vehicles, “20/20” and “60 Minutes” are are broadcast vehicles.
  • 8. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Types of Media Available...
    • Television Airplane Fly Behinds
    • Radio Shopping Carts
    • Newspaper Apparel/Shoes
    • Local Publications Hot Air Balloons
    • Magazines Sides of Buildings
    • Direct Mail Business Cards
    • Outdoor Signage
    • Web Bus Benches
  • 9. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • How Do You Match Media to Your Market?
    • Fundamental Question…Who is your target audience?
    • Research Up Front or Err on the Back End.
    • You have to know who you are trying to reach and where you are most likely to reach them.
    • What makes this target audience tick
    • Are they young, are they old, are they something in between?
    • Are they your garden variety couch potato?
  • 10. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Matching Media to Your Market
    • Fundamental Question…Who is your target audience?
    • Are you trying to reach them during the day or at night?
    • Where do they hang out?
    • Do they drive? Do they fly? Do they walk?
    • Do they watch football? Do they watch ballet?
    • Do they purchase pharmaceuticals on-line?
    • Do they purchase lottery tickets?
  • 11. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Matching Media to Your Market
    • Fundamental Question…Who is your target audience?
    • What age are they?
    • What generation do they fit into?
    • Do they respond to TV?
    • Do they respond to radio or newspaper?
    • Do they listen to news/talk radio?
    • Do they get their information on-line?
  • 12. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • What is Media?
    • "Media" refers to various modes of conveying information. For example,books, newspapers, CDs, microfiche, and websites are all different types of media.
    • Search engine results will lead you to pages about books, CDs,sounds, or many other types of media.
  • 13. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Media Planning
    • Not Easy or Everyone Would Do It.
    • Planning Includes: mass media such as television, newspapers, radio and magazines ( and the choices available within each of these categories)
    • Out-of-home media such as outdoor advertising, transit advertising and electronic billboards.
    • Support media includes direct marketing, interactive media, promotional products advertising and in-store point-of-sale (POS or POP) options
  • 14. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Media Planning
    • Seems Easy Enough
    • Selection of Media is involved because of the nature of the media themselves
    • Television has Sight and Sound
    • Radio is Sound only
    • Print has the potential to be seen a number of times
    • Each media has its own characteristics
    • Alternatives within the same medium - like Rosie and Oprah or Time and Newsweek
  • 15. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Media Planning
    • What else affects the Media Planning Process?
    • Some media are more useful than others in conveying a message - depending on the message
    • For Example: MCI tends to rely more heavily on broadcast media, while Hewlett-Packard prefers print media.
    • McDonald’s will rely on television and radio with some print to supplement campaigns
  • 16. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media
    • Each media has its own characteristics that make it better or worse for attaining specific objectives.
    • Interactive Media - includes online, internet, CD-ROM, kiosks, and interactive TV
      • Interactive moves the receivers from being passive participants to active ones.
  • 17. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - INTERACTIVE
    • Future for interactive TV is promising - it isn’t here yet…
      • Sophisticated programming is years away
      • Costs are too prohibitive
      • Technology is not ready
      • No evidence that people want to interact with their TV sets
      • Belief is held that the Internet will adapt successfully to TV interactivity.
  • 18. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Source Turn to FIRST for Information/News on Topics: Internet/Web
    • Men Women
    • Latest Technology Trends 20% 14%
    • Product Comparisons 19% 14%
    • Stock Prices 19% 11%
    • Vacation Ideas 11% 10%
    • Health Information 10% 9%
    • *32,000,000 internet subscribers
    • Source: Yankelovich Monitor 2001
  • 19. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - TELEVISION
    • Television Media - often called the ideal advertising medium
    • It combines visual images, sound, motion and color
    • It allows the advertiser the opportunity to develop the most creative and imaginative appeals of any medium
    • TV has numerous advantages over other media, including creativity and impact, coverage and cost effectiveness, captivity and attention and selectivity and flexibility.
    • Print can show you the features of a car but TV can put you in the driver’s seat and give you an actual sense of driving
  • 20. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - TELEVISION
    • TV allows you to reach mass markets, often very cost efficiently
    • Companies with wide spread distribution and availability of their products and services use TV to reach the mass market and deliver at a low cost per thousand.
    • TV is intrusive - it imposes itself on viewers as they watch their favorite programs.
    • TV is considered a non-selective medium
    • Some selectivity is possible based on programming content, broadcast time and geographic coverage.
  • 21. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - TELEVISION
    • Stations in New Mexico - Albuquerque
    • KOAT • KASY
    • KRQE • KTEL
    • KOB • KLUZ
    • KASA • KAPX
        • KWBQ
  • 22. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Source Turn to FIRST for Information/News on Topics: TV
    • Men Women
    • Breaking News 77% 81%
    • Weather Reports 76% 80%
    • Traffic Conditions 39% 45%
    • Trends in Entertainment 38% 40%
    • Political Analysis 38% 38%
    • Health Information 18% 16%
    • News and Weather were the highest rankings in all generations.
    • Political Analysis was highest with the Mature Generation at 45%.
    • Health Information ranked fairly low across all generations.
  • 23. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - RADIO
    • Radio - is primarily a local advertising medium
    • Radio has highly specialized programming - appealing to very narrow segments of the population
    • 11,000+ radio stations in this country
    • 4,906 commercial AM stations
    • 5,285 commercial FM stations
    • Over 576 million radios in use an average of 5.6 per household
  • 24. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - RADIO
    • TWELVE AM STATIONS IN STATE
    • THIRTY SIX FM STATIONS IN STATE
    • SEVEN AM STATIONS IN ALBUQUERQUE
    • TWENTY ONE FM STATIONS IN ALBUQUERQUE
  • 25. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - RADIO
    • Radio reaches 77 percent of all Americans over the age of 12
    • Average American listens to radio 3 hours and 18 minutes every week day and nearly 6 hours every weekend.
    • Radio offers advertisers certain advantages for communicating messages to their potential customers
    • Radio advantages include cost and efficiency, selectivity, flexibility, mental imagery and integrated marketing opportunities.
    • Radio can reach consumers other media can’t
  • 26. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - RADIO
    • Radio is a great way to reach non-English speaking ethnic markets
    • Radio has so many formats that you can reach almost any market
    • Classical Adult Contemporary
    • Christian Hard Rock
    • Alternative Album Oriented Rock
    • Oldies Country
    • And the list goes on and on...
  • 27. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Source Turn to FIRST for Information/News on Topics: Radio
    • Men Women
    • Traffic Conditions 44% 38%
    • Weather Reports 12% 10%
    • Breaking News 8% 8%
    • Sports Scores 9% 5%
    • Fun and Entertainment 3% 5%
    • Health Information 1% 1%
    • Radio is used during drive time traffic (on the way to and
    • from work)
    • Source: Yankelovich Monitor 2001
  • 28. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - PRINT
    • Print - Magazines and Newspapers
    • Role is different from broadcast media because it allows the presentation of detailed information that can be processed at the reader’s own pace.
    • Not intrusive like radio and TV
    • Require some effort on the part of the reader for the advertising message to have an impact.
    • Usually referred to as “high involvement” media
  • 29. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - PRINT
    • Newspapers are received in nearly two-thirds of American households daily.
    • Magazines reach a selective audience.
      • Valuable in reaching specific types of consumers and market segments
  • 30. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - PRINT
    • Magazines - have grown rapidly to serve the educational, informational and entertainment needs of a wide range of readers in both the consumer and business markets.
    • Magazines are the most specialized of all advertising media.
      • Some have mass appeal like Reader’s Digest, Time and TV Guide
      • Most are targeted to a very specific audience
      • Industry specific trade publications
    • Magazines - one of the main reasons to use is Selectivity
  • 31. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - PRINT
    • Magazines can reach a specific target audience
    • They do this through Demographic and Geographic Selectivity
      • Demographic based on editorial content ( Self, Ladies Home Journal, Cosmo appeal to women -- Sports Illustrated, Playboy and Esquire appeal to men)
      • Demographic based on Special Editions - (Mature Life in the Albuquerque Journal, Newsweek 50 Plus)
      • Geographic Selectivity lets you focus ads in certain cities or regions (New Mexico Magazine, New Mexico Business Journal, Sunset, Southern Living)
  • 32. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Source Turn to FIRST for Information/News on Topics: Newspaper/Magazine
    • Men Women
    • Movie Times 50% 55%
    • Book/Movie and TV Reviews 33% 39%
    • Fashion Trends 23% 39%
    • Fun and Entertainment 23% 27%
    • Health Information 13% 15%
    • Print is an alternative for health information because ads can be copy heavy
  • 33. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - Outdoor
    • Outdoor has probably existed since the days of cave dwellers. Egyptians and Greeks used it 5,000 years ago.
    • One of the most pervasive communication forms.
    • Most frequent users of outdoor over the years was Tobacco and Liquor
    • Success of outdoor is its ability to remain innovative through technology.
    • - 3-D forms and extensions
    • - Electronic Billboards
    • - Inflatables
  • 34. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - Outdoor
    • There are many advantages to Outdoor including: Frequency of exposure, geographic flexibility (placement), creativity, ability to create awareness, efficiency, effectiveness and production capabilities.
    • Outdoor also has some disadvantages including: Waste coverage (not everyone driving by is your target), limited message capabilities (8 words) - exposure time is short, wear out (high frequency of exposure), cost (decreasing availability)
  • 35. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - Direct Marketing
    • Direct Marketing - A system of marketing by which an organization communicates directly with customers to generate a response and/or transaction.
    • Direct Marketing Media - include direct mail, telemarketing, print and broadcast.
    • One of the fastest growing forms of promotion in terms of dollar expenditures - rapidly becoming the medium of choice for many marketers.
  • 36. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Characteristics of Media - Direct Marketing
    • Impetus behind Direct Marketing may have been the growth of the U.S. Postal Service - which made catalogs available to all of us.
    • But not catalogs alone…
    • Consumer Credit Cards
    • Direct Marketing Syndicates - list development, statement inserts, sweepstakes etc.,.
    • Changing structure of American society - “Money Rich and Time Poor”
    • Technological Advances - Internet
  • 37. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • How Does This Apply to Healthcare Specific Markets?
    • Determine which target market should receive the most media emphasis
    • Now, Ask yourself the following question:
    • “ Through which media and media vehicles can I best get my message to prospective buyers/users?”
    • The issue is to get coverage of the market.
    • The optimal goal, is full market coverage.
  • 38. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • How Does This Apply to You?
    • Your goal is to extend media coverage to as many of the members of the target audience as possible while minimizing the amount of waste coverage.
    • You Must Know your Target Audience(s)
    • You Must Research your Target Audience(s)
    • Then You Can Purchase Media that Matches Your Market...
  • 39. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Q & A
  • 40. The Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development
    • Thank You.

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