SUMMARY: The LinkedIn team had a unique take on measuring ROI. “77% of marketers measure ROI within the first month of their campaign, knowingly trying to “prove ROI in a shorter amount of time than their typical sales cycle., while only 4% of marketers even measure ROI over a six-month period or longer.” So how should DTC marketers really measure ROI?

The complicated <strong>ROI</strong> measurement for pharma

SUMMARY: Among US adults who looked for health information and used the internet for their most recent search, the percentage who reported accessing health information without frustration was stable during the study period (from 37.2% in 2008 to 38.5% in 2017). The percentage of online health information seekers reporting easily accessing health information did not meet the HP2020 objective. Continued efforts are needed to enable easy access to online health information among diverse populations. (Source: Public Health Reports)

The importance of your product website

HERE’S THE PITCH: Guidelines surrounding effective frequency are different by every advertised product. For pharma products, effective frequency is, for example, the frequency at which someone is going to go online to learn more about your product. TV alone is not going to sell your product. You need to invest in digital marketing too.

<strong>DTC</strong> marketers disconnect from digital marketing