Introduction There was a time in a not so distant past, shopping means, it was all about planning which weekend to go, and in the name of shopping, people spend at least 3 to 4 hours minimum which includes going to restaurants as well. But now, Amazon and Flipkart are what we think about shopping, […]
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I was listening to Bloomberg on the radio today and heard a segment that I knew I had to share. I knew I had to share it because it was a topic that continues to be discussed and debated. In fact, I had similar conversations with two business owners in the last two weeks. Social […]
Online communities and social networks like Twitter and Facebook have become important real-world data repositories that can be leveraged by life sciences organizations to gain insight into the patient experience, as well as to identify potential safety issues related to drugs and devices – otherwise known as safety signal detection. This week, my colleague, Dr. […]
Ally Financial, a top 25 U.S. financial holding company, launched a clever multichannel marketing campaign that aims to make consumers think differently about money. Ally placed 100 pennies in plain sight across 10 cities, each of which can be redeemed for $1,000. The company developed a website that allows passersby to enter the code they […]
As we mentioned in our life sciences trends guide for 2016, patient recruitment is a constant challenge that needs to be confronted head-on with innovative tactics and technology. The mere fact that only 5% of cancer patients ever enroll in a trial is simply unacceptable, considering how connected we are in the digital era.
Take a guess: How many virtual communities exist online, right now? The answer is complex. If you count only those sites with 100 million members or more, the list is about a dozen names long. If you count those considered “major” and “active” at the same time, the list has about 400 members. But if […]
According to Jack Bogle, the founder and retired CEO of The Vanguard Group, many large companies based in the U.S. generate 50% of their revenue from outside the country. The same could be said for international companies: a good portion of their revenue is generated outside their respective regions.
Social media never sleeps, but it does take a breather once in a while. Usually, those rest periods are determined by our work schedules, not our social engagement, because business shapes social media usage now more than ever. For example, Facebook, the 800-pound gorilla of social media, emerges from repose as the workday begins and […]
If Will McAvoy taught us anything during those three powerful seasons of The Newsroom, it’s that verified facts and details outweigh the race to be first in breaking a story. Social Media is seen as the enemy throughout the series, and they make a good argument as to why my profession can destroy the truth, […]
The days of cover letters are coming to an end now that 77% of all recruiters are using social media to search out new talent, with 94% of them turning to LinkedIn. Luckily, you’ve separated your favorite drinking buddies Facebook and Twitter from your angelic persona on LinkedIn. Alas, you’ve successfully created two different identities […]
Marc Blinder, Director of Social Marketing at Adobe and Jon Beeston, Director of New Product Innovation at Adobe presented on the trend of search and social convering. Twitter is a great example of that where we share but also search. Theme: Search and Social platforms are converging – which means successful marketers musth have one […]
Social TV is becoming the new norm of experiencing your favorite television shows. If you’ve noticed all those Tweets pop up on the screen during your favorite programs, you’re already well aware of the growing trend of what is now known as “Social TV.” During my first stint at South by Southwest (SXSW), many of […]