Laura Clemons
  • Curling for Social Media

    Feb 25, 2010
    Over the last week and a half during the Vancouver Olympics, several of my colleagues here at Greystone and I have been held hostage during our lunch hour watching the unique and exciting sport of curling. If you’ve never watched curling, the sport is very similar to shuffleboard on ice, but with a few interesting wrinkles. A thrower from each team

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  • The Sky was Falling

    Feb 18, 2010
    At the height of last year’s financial struggles, Greystone.Net sent out a survey to its current and former customers about their budget outlook for the coming year. We certainly struck a chord with our hospital and health system audience, who at the time were wondering if the sky truly was falling. We received a tremendous response, with more than

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  • More on Social Media results

    Feb 11, 2010
    Our recent study on social media has generated a lot of buzz from healthcare bloggers. The high level of response is really encouraging, and Greystone.Net will continue to do this type of research in the future. There seems to be a tremendous demand from healthcare marketers for information on current industry topics. The goal of our study was n

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  • New Numbers on Social Media

    Jan 20, 2010
    According to our just released research, 9 in 10 hospitals or health systems are currently involved to some degree with Social Media. Other key results from the study: • Only one in three hospitals/health systems has a formal Social Media marketing plan. • Hiring and budgeting for Social Media is rare, but starting to happen more and more. • T

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  • The person behind that user session

    Dec 16, 2009
    Recently, Greystone.Net was helping a client hospital with a business plan for its Web site. As part of the arrangement, we designed, launched and managed a web satisfaction study for them. This is something that we are doing more and more these days, as organizations seek to add customer input into their redesign efforts. My background is in resea

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  • A Tale of Two Web Sites

    Oct 13, 2009
    "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness.” Dickens penned those immortal words a century and a half ago, comparing the cities of London and Paris. These days, things are seldom that cut and dry - especially when it comes to Web Analytics. It is very difficult to compare two Web si

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