The Rise of the Social Influencer in Healthcare
You cannot log into Instagram, scroll through TikTok, watch videos on YouTube, livestreams on Twitch or get updates from Twitter without running into an influencer. The ability to influence the masses through social media has become an extremely marketable skillset.
Social Listening Learnings: A COVID-19 Weekly Report
CMI/Compas’ Social Listening Report is a weekly study of Consumer and HCP insights relating to COVID-19 across search and social.
WeChat: Social-Based Healthcare in the Chinese Market
WeChat is fast becoming the #1 online healthcare destination in China, and with Tencent partnering with more and more US-based companies to grow its healthcare offerings, WeChat has now become an essential platform to consider if your brand has plans to launch in this market.
Hashtag Strategies in The Pharma Space
They’re also a powerful marketing tool that can be used strategically. But there’s a lot to think about when you’re a pharma brand choosing which hashtags to use in your content.
How Pharma Can Leverage Facebook Health Support Groups
Whether newly diagnosed or having a condition for decades, whether a chronic or curable condition, patients are looking for information and to connect with others – and more than ever they are doing this in Facebook groups.
Community Management In A Regulated Environment
Before you even consider the effects and implications of regulations, and of reputational concerns, it’s important to be aware of the four core components of a successful community management program.
Organic Social Sharing Opportunities
As social media continues to evolve to meet the everyday needs of users, website owners are faced with the same challenge: how to provide users relevant information and a quick, seamless experience.
Client FYI: How Facebook Changes are Impacting Pharma Marketers
This POV continually updates as relevant news hits. Executive Summary: With recent Facebook news, we want to assure clients that…
Gen Alpha: What Marketers Should Know About How Today’s Children Use Technology
Today’s 6-year-olds enjoy coloring and blocks. They can also probably use a tablet and its corresponding apps better than most adults. They speak to Amazon’s Alexa as if she is a close friend and when they need information, the first place they turn is the Internet (rather than a parent).