Women’s Health Arizona is the largest obstetrician-gynecologist practice in the state of Arizona with over 117 providers. Founded by physicians in 2007, the practice is dedicated to providing exceptional women’s healthcare through its branch offices and Valley-wide locations. Providing a unique medical model with independently operated branches as part of a single larger family, the practice has transformed into a respected authority in Arizona healthcare. With more than a dozen accessible locations, they make it easy for women to find a trusted provider in the Phoenix area.
Over a 12-year span, Quaintise led marketing efforts for Arizona OBGYN Affiliates (AOA) as they tripled in size. In 2021, AOA became a member partner of Women’s Health USA and rebranded to Women’s Heath Arizona. Quaintise played a key role in rebuilding brand identity and engaging the patient base throughout the rebranding phase and beyond.
Promote obstetrics and gynecologyservices to women in various life stages
Discuss relevant health topicsto educate and engage the patient base
Appeal to women in all stages of their journey (awareness, interest, consideration, intent, evaluation, conversion) through a full-funnel content marketing strategy
Develop and continually optimize ad campaigns for lead generation
We launched various paid search campaigns to increase patient volume. First, campaigns were organized into subcategories based on high intent keyword themes as well as by geographic location. Next, ad groups were segmented by match type which allowed us to funnel traffic to exact match keywords that tend to have higher quality scores and therefore lower cost-per-clicks. We tested messages for specific themes to find what drove the best click-through rates and highest conversion rates. We continued to optimize keyword coverage and expansion and tested phone call ads versus landing page ads. As expected, smart bidding delivered cost per conversions that were 30% lower than manual bidding strategies so smart bidding was rolled out across all campaigns. In addition, Quaintise made numerous optimizations including pausing keywords that weren’t converting well, excluding inefficient keywords, and implementing negative keywords to prevent the ads from being displayed for irrelevant searches. At a cost of $6.81 per appointment request, the return on investment for paid search campaigns was strong.
As a newly rebranded ObGyn group, Women’s Health Arizona lacked brand awareness in the Phoenix area which hindered their ability to attract new patients. Choosing a healthcare provider is a carefully considered decision, and most women won’t choose an unknown brand. Furthermore, most social media users aren’t actively looking for a women’s healthcare provider nor are they ready to book an appointment. Multiple touchpoints are necessary before a prospective patient is ready to schedule an appointment. We developed high-quality ad creative that followed Facebook’s best practices and generated a low cost per click. In addition, we used Facebook Audience Insights to create custom audiences including Phoenix-area newlyweds with an interest in motherhood. As a result, Facebook followers reached 11K and increased over 10% annually.
The Quaintise team developed educational and engaging social media content to appeal to patients in the awareness stage who were not yet ready to convert. These organic posts helped grow the Women’s Health Arizona brand, increased social followers, and drove substantial website traffic.
An important part of establishing Women’s Health Arizona as a top Phoenix metro area brand was building out their blog. Quaintise developed over 110 articles covering a variety of topics intended to resonate with women in all stages of life – from puberty through menopause. Quaintise worked with upper management to ensure all articles were physician approved prior to publishing. The top 5 articles alone drove over 35K monthly website visitors, thereby increasing brand strength, search engine rankings and domain authority.
The Women’s Health Arizona email newsletter reached over 143K Phoenix-area women and was highly engaging. Readers frequently reached out with health questions and shared personal photos and stories with the community of subscribers. The newsletter provided a platform for women to share their experiences and connect with each other which in turn strengthened the Women’s Health Arizona brand. For example, a patient shared her journey through pregnancy after miscarriage. Her story was then published on the Women’s Health Arizona blog and shared within the newsletter, which then inspired other Phoenix-area women to comment and share their stories and support. The newsletter was also a substantial stream of revenue for Women’s Health Arizona. Quaintise secured and managed advertising partnerships, such as with Bayer Pharmaceuticals. Women’s healthcare products and services were promoted when they were a good fit for the Women’s Health Arizona patient base.