Early 2016 Press Releases for a top marketing consulting firm – United States
Medical name product brainstorming for multi-million dollar medical device company – name was chosen for submittal to FDA and trademarking.
Winter 2016 – Southeastern United States
Manage ~$10,000 in paid ad campaigns via Social Media platforms for a multi-million dollar medical company.
Website Design, Development, SEO and Copywriting for Dulakis Painting Inc. – a Florida painting company.
Digital Marketing 2016 Considerations blog for a digital marketing focused CMO to submit to Inc. Magazine.
Blogger for Oil Industry Investment Company and its website – Houston, TX
Press Release for first surgical implantations of an innovative spine device for a medical device company on the East Coast.
Press Release appeared on PRWeb.com and in multiple spine-focused publications in the industry.
Blog for North Carolina Spine Device Company on Behalf of Vial Momentum – MedTech Marketing
The spine and medical device industries haven’t slowed down for the holidays just yet. Among a plethora of exciting news in spine and medical devices, here are five of the most popular stories in these crucial topic areas for early and mid-November…
Tim Cook Discusses Apple and Medical Devices
In a recent interview with UK’s Telegraph, Apple CEO Tim Cook discussed the company’s future medical device plans. Although he doesn’t see the Apple Watch turning into a medical device anytime soon (citing FDA clearance and approval difficulties), he has not ruled out the possibility of Apple diving into the medical device business. Ideas include an app or some other component adjacent to the Apple Watch, but not the watch itself. His current focus? Developing non-PC devices in general, and cybersecurity…
The Death of Unresponsive Design and Why It Matters to Your Business
Today’s technology professionals know that they have two regular jobs. The first one consists of performing their actual skill set, whether that is as a web designer, an app developer, or a social media strategist. The second one is nearly just as critical—keeping up with the latest trends and changes in the tech industry in order to stay at expert level and, in turn, assure that his or her clients stay on top of the competition heap.
One of the most crucial technological elements you can invest in for your business today is a responsive website. Responsive web design is the art of building a website so it can respond automatically to different screen sizes, whether it is a smartphone screen, a tablet, or a desktop monitor…(sample)
Press Release for Fractional CMO Company
“His specialties include ensuring the “voice of the consumer” is reflected in product development, optimizing sales pipelines, defining pricing and monetization strategies and systems, and defining strategies for go-to-market success…”
Growth Hacking Technique Blog Written for CA Web Co.
Discusses practical growth hacking techniques that you can apply to your tech business today.
For spine-focused Medical Company on behalf of MedTech Marketing Firm client, Vial Momentum
…dedicated to developing and distributing new generation spinal technologies. The company was built on the conviction that patients, payers and healthcare providers deserve more value from the technologies that they select. CES is future ready, providing the market with highly differentiated implant systems that meet the clinical and economic demands of today’s marketplace. As a testimony to its founding principles, CES developed the EVOS-HA, the first HA enhanced PEEK Lumbar Interbody system approved in the United States. The company possesses three FDA cleared proprietary technologies.
Blog for fractional CMO on B2B Marketing Strategy that meets buyer expectations.
Now, there is no debate on whether you must include inbound marketing tactics like content marketing and social media in your strategy, if you’re really going to influence your prospect and compel them to consider your offering. Your potential buyer has every one of your competitors at their fingertips; therefore, your marketing and messaging really matter. CEOs, if your company continues to ignore how and what your customers are learning about you—you are at a tremendous disadvantage in the marketplace.