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Hello Spring!

Snow is on the ground, but Spring is in the air! We want to introduce the first design from our 2018 Spring portfolio “Hello Spring”! The 2018 Pantone color of the year is Ultra Violet, so we felt it was only right to incorporate violet tones in this piece. Who says Hearing Aid Marketing can't be fashionable? This piece would beg to disagree. The Beeman Marketing “Hello Spring” piece includes both water color, and hand drawn elements that are guaranteed to catch the eye of your patients. By pairing these two design trends with our extensive knowledge of the hearing aid industry, these pieces are bound to produce results for your practice. The possibilities fo . . .

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New Holiday Pieces & Formats for 2017

Let’s talk Santa Claus and snowflakes! Yes, it’s that time of year again.

Families get together for a Holiday meal. The little ones are running to Grandpa to tell him about the latest event at school. Then Grandpa realizes that he just cannot hear those sweet little words. Grandma looks at him frowning. The adult children are concerned and discuss that it may be time for a hearing aid.


Perfect time for your gorgeous new Holiday mailer to appear in the mailbox.

The basic plastic card design has worked great for our clients all over the country. We are excited to unveil this new plastic card design with two punch-out’s - a gift card and a keepsake ornament.

This is not y . . .

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Meet Your Call Analysts & Why You Need One

At Beeman, we offer call tracking and analysis reports to ourdirect mail clients.

Every Beeman mail piece contains a tracking number that records and logs your calls. During your promotion, our call analysis team reviews the status of your calls and compiles reports on the status of your promotion such as:

> Are your phones working correctly?

> Maybe the receptionist is confused about the details of your offer?

> Do you have too many calls going to voice ma . . .

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Get in the Hearing Loop

by Monique Hammond – hearing impaired author & current president of the Twin Cities Chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA TC)

“Getting in the Hearing Loop” is the title of a joint public education effort between the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) and the American Academy of Audiology. Audiologists and hearing instrument dispensers are the main resources for explaining the function and the advantages of hearing/induction loops and telecoils to customers as part of an inclusive aural rehabilitation program. People must be informed about their choices.

Now that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) states that induction loops meet the req . . .

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