So you’ve crafted messages that are authentic, compelling, and relevant. Now what? It’s tempting to take the Field of Dreams approach (if you build it, they will come), but now is no time for laurel-resting (yanny-resting?). Your work is far from over.
Digital, sales reps, tradeshows, out-of-home… just a few channels through which you could reach your audience. But which to choose? What do you say on each, and how often? These are the questions that will lead you to your multichannel strategy.
Asthma is one of the most widespread diseases on the planet.1 But when it comes to treatment and management, control has been difficult to accomplish for many. The common method for adjusting an asthma control regimen is stepwise—using easily apparent markers like frequency of symptoms, use of rescue medication, and asthma attacks.2,3
In today’s market, it’s no longer enough to be the loudest voice in the room. Nor is it enough to monopolize a medium, a channel, or even the planet. People simply won’t absorb your message if they don’t give a damn. And honestly—should they?
It’s not always obvious when a friend or loved one has Parkinson’s disease, particularly in its early stages. But early diagnosis and intervention can be key to a patient’s quality of life with the disease. Below are 10 signs to watch out for, that may be indicators of Parkinson’s. No single one should cause worry, but if you or someone you know experiences multiple signs—please contact a doctor for further examination.