Today, the voices of influencers are vital. They can be gatekeepers to their audiences and authenticators of brand messaging, serving as extended voices of a brand. So how can pharma work well with health influencers, and to do so with expert precision? Find out here!
Facebook's new feature for businesses, called Limited Data Use, restricts how it stores and processes data belonging to California residents. Find out what pharma marketers need to know to comply with LDU.
Last year, Intouch had the pleasure of working with GSK/TESARO (now GSK) to create a powerful message for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, which is observed each September. To make #OvaryAct -- the socially driven, month-long campaign -- the most impactful it could be Intouch and GSK/TESARO worked with GIPHY to
Team work makes the dream work -- that's what they say, right? But what does it take to make a dream team? Trust, open communication, and the opportunity to fail without fear, say Intouch's Kim Middleton and GSK's Stefanie Nacar.
As the situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, Intouch is proactively monitoring its impact on our clients’ businesses. With that in mind, Intouch Media’s social team has been working hard to create a Twitter presence completely dedicated to COVID-19, @IntouchCovid19.
Intouch's work for GSK/Tesaro was among those named PM360's 2020 Greatest Creators. Learn more about their award-winning campaign to bring awareness about ovarian cancer.
The Instagram interface – a photo, below which appears a number of likes – is so well-known, it was its own Halloween costume. That’s changing, though, as parent company Facebook Inc. attempts to counter criticism that the social network engenders constant comparison. How will pharma marketers be affected?
Facebook will soon roll out a new tool called Clear History that would give users the option to disassociate their online activity from their Facebook profiles, essentially erasing their personal digital footprints. Marketers can’t afford to mute this conversation.
As we said in part one of this focus on succeeding in social, it's critical that you understand your audience and their behavior on social media to reach them at the right time in the right context. In part two, we look at the role of storytelling, managing privacy concerns, staying relevant, and making your message resonate in the face of competition. Read on!