NEW YORK and LONDON, May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Eularis is announcing the release of an update to its report "Pharmaceutical eMarketing: Building Brands, Relationships & Business Through Web 2.0 and Beyond." The comprehensive report has been created to demystify the world of eMarketing and Social Media to provide Pharmaceutical marketers with a competitive edge and the latest information on how to use these emerging tools.
"As market growth slows, the bottom line return for brands is under increased scrutiny, and every marketing dollar must count," said the author of the report, Dr. Andree K. Bates, President of Eularis. "The emerging social media tools are inexpensive to implement, highly effective for gaining prescriptions when implemented as part of a cohesive strategy, and measurement of the financial impact of using them, using analytics, is certainly possible for justification to management."
Many pharma companies still flounder when it comes to justifying online marketing and can still be stumped by how to use the plethora of emerging social media tools now available. This challenge can be troublesome enough to prompt some companies & marketers to sit it out completely, or to half-heartedly engage in some online activities - like blogs, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook - without a real plan. New initiatives are started & neglected, or focused entirely on the wrong things. As a result, companies miss out and waste time, money and opportunity.
However, this report shows how an eMarketing campaign that is built on strategy & a deep knowledge of an audience can be powerful. The report examines specific tools in the social media age, observing how patients, physicians and companies use blogs, social networking, Twitter, YouTube and other new media tools... and develop best practices for their use. Finally, we tie it all together, examining key case studies of eMarketing campaigns,
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