Most pharmaceutical marketing can benefit from broad, one-size-fits-all messages being delivered to giant patient populations. Treatments for breast cancer, heart disease, diabetes and most other conditions that affect hundreds of thousands (or millions) of patients each year often fit into a pretty typical commercialization “template”. For orphan drugs used to treat rare diseases, you can pretty much throw any existing paradigm out the window.
The trends we first see in consumer and media become more broadly used in other markets, including healthcare. Recent developments clearly point to the rise of smartphone and short video as preferred mediums for high value audiences. We dig into the details and discuss what it means for healthcare marketers and their organizations.
Healthcare Website Redesign: A Checklist for Staying Focused on What Truly Matters to Google and Visitors
So how does an organization balance all the moving parts within a healthcare website redesign? Balance begins and ends with a strong focus on the organization’s goals and objectives. And in most cases, those objectives have a strong tie to the human connection. Let’s review the most important elements to consider when redesigning an outdated hospital website.
Today’s post focuses on best practices for SEO friendly content. It will walk through the importance of creating SEO friendly content for humans and search engines, it will discuss the process of creating SEO focused content, and then it will wrap up with a checklist for on-page optimization efforts.
The right pharmaceutical SEO strategy will use a long-tail keyword approach to drive high quality website visitors that will convert and bring in tangible revenue.
In this blog post, we will cover Google Quality Raters and their guidelines, the impact E-A-T has on search, and what you can and should do to improve your E-A-T and SEO.
By now most of us accept that social media works. The question becomes are you using it correctly and are you truly reaching your target audience? Let’s explore what some core components of a successful pharma social media strategy.
Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) genetic testing kits are becoming increasingly popular with the public. In this post, we discuss this medical technology from an employer’s standpoint. We’ll start with how the genetic testing industry began, talk about why it’s booming, and look at the benefits and risks.
Is biotech SEO worth the time and money? The answer is yes, and in this post, we explore why biotech companies need to put more thought into their digital marketing efforts.
In today’s post, I’d like to walk through the basics of structured data, schema markup, and how the healthcare industry can embrace the SEO gift that schema.org has given them.
Our Digital Marketing Services team has many years of experience helping businesses embrace digital advertising. As a result of this ongoing client interaction, we’ve compiled the list of the most common PPC questions we’ve received over the years. The PPC FAQs are available to help you get started on your journey to what has now become the most popular advertising method.
As much fun as it is to get into the nitty-gritty details of digital marketing, we realize that not all of our readers are looking for that level of tactical discussion. To that end, we’d like to take a moment to provide a PPC 101 and get down to basics. In this article, we’ll review what PPC is, why you should use it, and how PPC ad bidding and placement work.
For some time now, I’ve been working with clients to define audiences, build personas and conduct journey mapping workshops. Through all these experiences I’ve come to realize there are clear factors separating the successful projects from the scrap heap of good intentions.
The opioid crisis is a frequent topic in our office as some of our clients are working on approaches to curb the dire situation. In January 2019, the National Institute on Drug Abuse reported that more than 130 Americans per day die from opioid overdoses. This post discusses how healthcare companies, biotech startups, and pharmaceutical companies are working to reinvent pain management, break the addiction cycle and save lives.