Did you know 75 percent of organizations don’t know where or how their key audiences are talking about them? That’s kind of a shocking number when you think about how many…
Megan Stinn, a communications generalist, is a member of Dix & Eaton’s integrated marketing practice area, specializing in marketing communications and media relations. She also handles crisis communications and social media strategy for clients.
Prior to joining Dix & Eaton, Megan worked as a digital content strategist at Fathom, a digital marketing agency in Valley View, Ohio. There, she provided email, social media and content marketing strategies to regionally and nationally recognized hospitals and health care systems, including Cleveland Clinic, Henry Ford Health System, Duke Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina and Shepherd Center.
In 2014, Megan presented with Amanda Todorovich, Cleveland Clinic’s director of content marketing, at the 18th Annual Greystone.net Healthcare Internet Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. The two spoke to over 200 hospital marketers about Cleveland Clinic’s flagship newsletter and how its integrated content strategy, email best practices and innovations broke industry open rate and click-to-open rate standards.
Megan graduated cum laude from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in public relations. She also has a Google Analytics individual qualification. Megan is a member of Column & Stripe, a young professionals group at the Cleveland Museum of Art, where she serves on the philanthropy committee.
- Social media
- Content marketing
- Media relations
- Marketing communications
Recent Posts from Megan
Email marketing is continually named one of the most effective ways to communicate directly to customers – and it’s no surprise. According to recent surveys, 75 percent of…
In today’s continuous news cycle, the average lifespan of an article is 2.6 days. So how can you ensure your media placement lives longer? Here are five tried-and-true ways…
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