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Hyper segmentation: Reach HCPs with Twitter’s unique database

Like LinkedIn, Twitter is a powerful social media channel for reaching healthcare professionals. The fact that HCPs are well represented on both channels is perhaps the only similarity between Twitter and LinkedIn. Twitter is characterized as a short, concise and fast channel, while it is very common on LinkedIn to share extensive content. Twitter differs from other channels because of its real-time character. When something happens in the world, a lot of people check Twitter first, before other media. Twitter is therefore a perfect medium for companies to respond to current events or to bring out company news, for example.

24 September, 2020

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HCP Lead Generation: 5 questions to our Director Jesse Gosse

Jesse Gosse is the Director of Medical Digitals. In addition to many other tasks, he and his team work on inbound marketing strategies for companies within Life Sciences & Health (LSH) on a daily basis. In this blog, we ask Jesse 5 questions about his vision on inbound marketing and lead generation.

22 September, 2020

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Reach HCPs with LinkedIn’s business targeting options

Healthcare professionals (HCPs) are an important target group for many companies in Life Sciences & Health. A research by Veeva shows that 70% of HCPs are digital natives and collect information online. For example, they use LinkedIn to profile themselves, network and to take subject-specific information. For companies that want to reach HCPs, a business page on LinkedIn offers many options and functionalities to give the organization a face. In addition to sharing small updates with text or images, it is possible to share videos or long articles. By sharing links, the target group is only one click away from, for example, a webinar or whitepaper on your website. Advertising makes it possible to generate a large reach in the short term. 

24 July, 2020

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Reach patients via social media? Not without a webcare and AE protocol!

An important success factor in a social media campaign for patients is a clear, extensive and well-deployed webcare and adverse events protocol (AE protocol).

15 July, 2020

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Patient community on social media: three pros and cons

One of the most effective ways to reach patients is through a disease awareness campaign. For a Life Sciences & Health organisation, such a campaign is often set up to create awareness of a (new) treatment or medicine. A social media community is a great tool for a campaign like that. Below three pros and cons of setting up a social media community for patients!

17 June, 2020

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