NDIS Marketing Agency

Are you ready to get more NDIS clients?

We can help you with marketing your services as an NDIS provider!

The Creative Collective has worked with a range of community sector clients including aged care, disability, community, mental health, and youth sectors and general not for profit clients over the years. We have assisted them with their branding, web design, SEO, social media and strategies.

In more recent years we have been working with registered NDIS providers, in a variety of regions.

 

We’ve even worked with the NDIS team!

We were pleased to work direct with the NDIS team themselves assisting them to develop their social media strategy.

Since then we have worked with the team at Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors as they transition to alternative careers in light of the NDIS.

In short we understand the NDIS rollout from multiple perspectives and can bring that understanding and experience to assist you to make the transition from a marketing perspective too.

FAQ’s

NDIS marketing refers to the strategies and activities used to promote products or services to participants, families, and carers within the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) ecosystem. It aims to raise awareness, generate interest, and drive engagement with relevant stakeholders.

NDIS marketing is crucial for service providers to differentiate themselves in a competitive market, increase visibility among potential clients, and build trust with the NDIS community. Effective marketing can also help providers communicate their value proposition and unique offerings.

Successful NDIS marketing involves understanding the needs and preferences of NDIS participants and their carers, and creating a compelling and accessible brand and website along with relevant content, leveraging digital channels effectively, building partnerships with key stakeholders, and maintaining compliance with NDIS regulations and guidelines. Having suitable CRM (client relationship management) systems in place to track your inbound leads is also highly recommended.

NDIS providers can reach their target audience by first getting super clear on who their target audience/s are i.e. medical professionals, support coordinators, plan managers, carers, parents, the participants themselves; and then the demographics of them i.e. their age, location, special needs, media they access etc. It is common for us to recommend using a mix of online and offline marketing strategies, including Google Ads, social media marketing, search engine optimisation (SEO), content marketing, email marketing, and networking events, however this will depend on your budget and what you have to work with from the start of our engagement. Tailoring messages to resonate with the specific needs and interests of various NDIS participants, families, and carers is also essential. There is no ‘one size fits all.’

Some common challenges in NDIS marketing include navigating the complex regulatory environment of the NDIS, understanding your unique points of difference, communicating these, and having the necessary marketing budget to get the word out to your prospective clients.  The NDIS space is competitive, so it is important you are realistic about your budgets, timelines and work with a professional like us, who has specific experience in marketing to NDIS participants seeking a wide range of services and in a wide range of locations, to achieve the marketing results you desire.

NDIS providers can ensure their marketing is compliant by familiarising themselves with the NDIS Code of Conduct and Practice Standards, avoiding false or misleading claims, respecting the privacy and dignity of participants, and seeking legal advice if unsure about compliance requirements. We do not take responsibility for compliance with NDIS guidelines. That is the responsibility of the NDIS provider. However we are familiar with them and can provide guidance along the way.

Branding plays a crucial role in NDIS marketing as it helps providers establish a strong identity, build credibility and trust, differentiate themselves from competitors, and create a positive perception among participants, families, and carers. We meet many NDIS providers who haven’t invested in their brand and this can mean they don’t look as established or professional as their competitors, and therefore end up struggling to compete. We strongly recommend investing in a professional and modern brand, along with a brand style guide, to set you in the right direction from the get-go.

NDIS providers can measure the success of their marketing efforts by tracking key performance indicators (KPIs) such as website traffic, leads generated, conversion rates, social media engagement, and client feedback. Regularly reviewing these metrics can help providers identify areas for improvement and optimise their marketing strategies. We assist with this by preparing a marketing dashboard for the clients we work with and sending them monthly reports and holding monthly meetings to go over results and plan for the month ahead. On request, we also issue access to this dashboard to some clients, so they can log in at any time and see how things are tracking.

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