Search engine optimisation is essential in digital marketing for life sciences businesses and one of the most powerful ways to help your website’s visibility in a crowded and noisy online marketplace. But SEO is more than one size fits all or a quick fix. Developing an ongoing SEO strategy with focused tactics takes a specialist with knowledge and expertise in the life science sector.Read In Full
Used effectively, these two digital marketing tools work together to bring you new leads, help you retain your existing customers and establish you as a leader in your industry.Read In Full
Your website is often the first place visitors will interact with your brand, so it must feel approachable, trustworthy and authoritative. Whilst scientific data and research is important to present on your website, it doesn’t cover everything you need to include when showcasing your expertise, building authority and gaining trust.Read In Full
You’ve just launched a new website.
One of the goals for a new website is for people to find you quickly and to understand what you do – quickly.
To learn about what you do, how you solve their problems, your scientific breakthrough, your new diagnostics, your new A.I., your new products, your ideas and your insight.
How do you get the maximum number of visitors to your website as quickly as possible?
Every industry faces significant disruption and change due to the pandemic. However, the Life Sciences sector was one of those hardest hit. The sheer demand for critical care and personal protective equipment, monitoring and testing technologies, vital medicines, and vaccines meant Life Sciences were under pressure to produce or source products at an unprecedented rate safely.Read In Full
While blogs are traditionally considered a platform for writers and thought leaders (and an important marketing tool), they can play a much more important role. Providing a helpful resource designed to inform and guide visitors to whichever solution best fits their needs.Read In Full
The Art of Storytelling: Know your customer and know yourself. Your life science branding is how people perceive your organisation or product. Brands are distinctive and highlight particular qualities such as reliability and quality, closely tied to your company’s values and culture.Read In Full
In the past, a press release in the right place could make you stand-out, get reasonable enquiries and built a sales campaign with results. Press releases or press advertising usage was due to reliance on scientific audiences reading printed materials to get to know you.
Let’s face it, traditional PR is dead. So what should you do instead?
Why invest in SEO marketing for your life science business or organisation?
In a world where everything is online, SEO is a must. SEO influences many aspects of your life science commercial business – from increasing traffic to your website and visibility to building your life science or biotech brand.
Linkedin for Life Sciences. Part 2. Social media presents an opportunity to marketers like you within pharmaceuticals, biotechnology or life sciences to reach and inform a range of stakeholders and your target audiences.
The risk, though, of adverse event reports and off-label usage discussions prevents many from even starting and we have all read about companies who ‘got it wrong’.