SOCIAL MARKETING TIP – Turning Point Collaborative Part 2

I went to the Webinar last week by Mike Newton-Ward from the N.C. Division of Public Health. Their Division has heavily incorporated social marketing into their programs for six years. The focus of Mike’s talk was about how they have educated division employees about social marketing.

These bullets are from the last slide of his presentation and they say a lot!
- Think behavior change
- Know your audience
- Think benefits and costs of behavior
- When/where in the right frame of mind
- When/where is right place and time

1 comment:

Craig said...

Looking good so far folks! Hope we'll get a chance to see and hear your story at the USF Social Marketing and Public Health Conference this June (speaking as a member of the program committee too!).