Omnichannel is the latest buzzword-making rounds within pharma, but omnichannel has no relevance if your message is too promotional or is irrelevant to your audience. The channel IS essential but not as important as your message.
Many companies allocate an exponentially more significant percentage of their marketing budget to paid media over organic search. However, many brands are unaware of the waste inherently included in paid media. Organic search delivers results at a lower customer acquisition cost (CAC) than paid search — 87% lower cost, per research. According to Google, organic search also offers double the ROI that paid search does.
Republican legislators nationwide continue to invoke updated versions of “Don’t Tread On Me” and rugged individualism to constrain medical experts they regard as embodiments of government overreach. The Supreme Court has been sympathetic and has endangered us all.
A Mediabistro survey showed that social networks influence more than 40% of people’s health choices. Tik-Tok, Instagram, and other social media channels may soon be overwhelmed with pharma companies’ content, but is it a good idea?
Thyroid eye disease affects more women than men, although men are more likely to have severe illnesses. The exact prevalence of thyroid eye disease is not known, but is estimated to be 16 per 100,000 women in the general population, and 2.9 per 100,000 men in the general population. So why in the hell is Tepezza running TV ads?
One of the reasons it’s a job-seekers market because candidates today want more from their employers. They want a good work-life balance and want to be valued as a contributor to the success of their company. We live in an instant gratification world. Anything and everything we could ever want is at our fingertips, from the food we eat to the movies we watch. Even just waiting a week for delivery seems like an eternity when consumers are accustomed to things like Prime shipping. So why do companies treat the job process differently? Are job seekers inherently more patient than society as a whole?
(Endpoints) Pharma TV advertising boomed in 2021 – to the tune of $3.91 billion across prescription meds, iSpot reports. That’s an increase of 4.8% year over year, which may not sound like much but marks pharma’s steady growth through the pandemic. And its continued growth of national TV ad spending while the rest of the industry is on the decline in the US. What a waste of money.
The word influencer was added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary in 2019, but influencer marketing is nothing new. Scandals, fake followers, bot technologies, and the pandemic crisis converged have put a halt to influencer marketing growth and tarnished the public view of influencers as a whole. Can pharma leverage influencer marketing?