Analysis and Optimization

Marketing to Doctors, Part 5: Measuring and Optimizing Results

For others in the series click here. I’ve said it before, but it’s worth repeating: Marketing to Doctors is Expensive. Blame big pharma. If you’re not doing everything you can to measure and optimize your ad-buy, you’re not doing enough. Track Based on the Best Metric You Have We’ve all heard the old chestnut about […]

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Marketing IT Infrastructure, Part 2: Messaging & Segmentation

Marketing IT infrastructure requires great messaging and segmentation. In this second article of a five-part series, we walk you through defining your core audiences and crafting a hard-hitting-message for each one.

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UTM Parameters Explained

Gone are the days when brands will let you get away with putting millions of dollars into advertising without showing measurable results. As a digital marketing professional, I have worked with a wide variety of brands from different industries and countries each with different needs, objectives, and markets. Throughout my experience, I’ve learned that the one […]

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Buffer vs Hootsuite

Buffer vs Hootsuite: The Social Media Scheduling Showdown

Anyone who uses social media understands that your brand is only as relevant as your most recent post. It is important for companies to post regularly to ensure that they are on their customer’s radar as they scroll through their streams/newsfeeds/timelines daily. However, requiring some poor individual to stay glued to a device to post […]

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lying with statistics

Lying with Statistics: A Primer for Marketers and their Clients

   “If you can’t prove what you want to prove, demonstrate something else and pretend that they are the same thing” These words of wisdom were imparted by author Darrel Huff in a quaint little book called “How to Lie with Statistics”, published in 1954. Huff’s book introduced readers to statistics and their misuse in day-to-day […]

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