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Content Marketing: Internal Case Study for
Prevea Health’s GameChanger Program
• Sales Approach
• Platforms and Revenue
• ...
Content Promotion: Sales Approach
• A Needs Assessment revealed the following for Prevea Health:
• They were looking for a...
• Developed custom campaign:
• Utilized research to show how effectively we could reach their
customers through our print ...
Revenue and Allocation
Product
4 Page Broadsheet 4 weeks, publishing in the Green Bay
Press-Gazette and Sheboygan Press
Hi...
GameChanger Content Example
Front Page
Back Page
Pages 2-3
GameChanger Digital Examples
Broadsheet Results
n.com Results
Green Bay:
• 88,283 Impressions
• 127 Clicks
• 0.14% CTR
Sheboygan:
• 58,868 Impressions
• 106 Clicks
• 0.18...
Yahoo Results
Green Bay:
• 125,316 Impressions
• 15 Clicks
• .01% CTR
Sheboygan:
• 75,089 Impressions
• 14 Clicks
• 0.02% ...
Successes and Challenges
Challenges:
• Required a lot of resources and collaboration over a very short period of
time, for...
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  1. 1. Content Marketing: Internal Case Study for Prevea Health’s GameChanger Program • Sales Approach • Platforms and Revenue • Example • Results • Pros and Cons
  2. 2. Content Promotion: Sales Approach • A Needs Assessment revealed the following for Prevea Health: • They were looking for a meaningful way to wrap up their Game Changer* campaign. • They had used billboard, TV and radio exclusively during the 6 month program but felt those outlets didn’t provide enough lasting impact on what the campaign was about. • They were also concerned that they missed a portion of their audience as the Game Changer awareness was not as strong as they would have liked. • Prevea Health knew their GameChangers had great stories to tell and were looking for a platform to do so. • With 2 weeks remaining in the program, Prevea Health had not yet captured comprehensive (start to finish) stories on any of the contestants, and felt they did not have the resources to do so. *Game Changer followed 6 people on a journey to lose weight and embrace a healthier lifestyle. They were paired with life coaches at Prevea Health, who worked with them over a 6 month period of time. GameChanger’s, with the help of Prevea Health staff, documented their successes and challenges along the way. Aaron Rodgers was the spokesperson of the promotion.
  3. 3. • Developed custom campaign: • Utilized research to show how effectively we could reach their customers through our print and online products. This illustrated that they were missing a big portion of their intended message. • Proposed a multi-media solution that would tell the GameChanger’s stories in an impactful way. • Published a series of four 4page broadsheets that told each GameChanger’s story, observations from their Life Coach, and complimentary “health style” features • Published in our Sunday newspapers, plus additional copies were distributed within the clinics • High Impact ads were run on our n.com sites as the sections published, and coupled with local display ads on yahoo, targeted to healthy lifestyles. These ads were directed back to the GameChanger website, where their full stories could be seen. • Content was a collaboration of materials produced by Prevea Health and GameChanger stories produced by our Magazine Editor. • Our niche publication team produced the pieces with creative images supplied by Prevea Health. Content Promotion: Sales Approach
  4. 4. Revenue and Allocation Product 4 Page Broadsheet 4 weeks, publishing in the Green Bay Press-Gazette and Sheboygan Press High Impact ads, front page pencil ads, and home page and section takeovers Various dates over 4 weeks, running on both newspaper web sites Yahoo: Behavioral Targeting 200,000 Impressions over 4 weeks Total Investment: $44,000
  5. 5. GameChanger Content Example Front Page Back Page Pages 2-3
  6. 6. GameChanger Digital Examples
  7. 7. Broadsheet Results
  8. 8. n.com Results Green Bay: • 88,283 Impressions • 127 Clicks • 0.14% CTR Sheboygan: • 58,868 Impressions • 106 Clicks • 0.18% CTR Total: • 147,151 Impressions • 233 Clicks • 0.16% CTR Takeover Results Homepage Pencil Results March 11, 2014 • 13,549 Impressions • 61 Clicks • 0.45% CTR March 4, 2014 • 13,305 Impressions • 66 Clicks • 0.50% CTR March 18, 2014 • 13,304 Impressions • 78 Clicks • 0.60% CTR March 25, 2014 • 12,251 Impressions • 62 Clicks • 0.51% CTR
  9. 9. Yahoo Results Green Bay: • 125,316 Impressions • 15 Clicks • .01% CTR Sheboygan: • 75,089 Impressions • 14 Clicks • 0.02% CTR Total: • 200,405 Impressions • 29 Clicks • 0.01% CTR
  10. 10. Successes and Challenges Challenges: • Required a lot of resources and collaboration over a very short period of time, forcing us to back burner other projects to allow enough time to complete this project. • Price point is high, so it is not easily duplicated. • We felt video would have driven higher engagement on the digital side, but the solution was amended to take overs and BT ads due to time constraints of producing good video. Successes: • Clear expectations were set in terms of who was responsible for outlining content, writing and editing the content, and turn around times. That helped move the project along in the time frame we needed. • Prevea Health was extremely pleased with the project and work flow. • Results were positive and met client expectations. • Generated $44,000 incremental revenue over 4 week period. • Show cased our capabilities with one of our largest local health care providers.
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