The other day I talked about five of 10 trends and developments that will likely affect women’s health communications in 2011. The insights were based on findings from a recently conducted TNS survey where we asked 512 women about a variety of health issues. I presented these findings this week at the second annual M2W®–HC™ [...]
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The M2W®–HC™ — Marketing Pharma & Healthcare to Women Conference in Chicago has provided a great opportunity to spend two full days talking about reaching women – not as a segment, but as a market.
A great, simple demonstration of the power of women in purchasing decisions is when Mary Dean, founder of KickSkirt Inc., asked [...]
I did it last night – did you? I looked up information online about that strange pain in my side. Was it my appendix? Gallstones? That dinner at the airport?
Turns out I am not alone. In fact, an estimated 85% of women use the Internet to obtain health information, and two out of three go [...]
Women remain (arguably) our most influential consumers – especially in the healthcare space. Not only do women make up a significant portion of consumers overall, they are also a driving force and key influencer behind many of the purchases men make. When it comes to healthcare, this is no exception (and if the men are [...]
Welcome to Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide’s new group blog, WomenOlogy: The Anatomy of Marketing to Women!
Through WomenOlogy, we hope to foster a dialogue around how to reach the world’s most influential customer – the woman. American women are currently the decision makers for 80% of U.S. household spending, making them a powerful force to [...]