The importance for Life sciences to communicate across digital channels has been clear for a long time, but whilst the benefits of engaging on ‘social’ channels is increasing, internal company approvals for this activity is far from simple and does not seem to be getting easier. So, we would like to help you learn how you can take advantage of these channels both creatively and compliantly for brand and company.
We’ll be producing a series of content focused on social media and digital experiences that will include real world industry examples to help demonstrate that it can be done. But, before we start, we would really like to get your input into our quick social media survey so that we can tackle the key issues that you face together with our partner Zinc Ahead.
Executing across digital is no longer a box ticking exercise, it’s key to nurturing relationships and driving advocacy for you. You now need to deliver compelling experiences that make a difference to your users.
You’ll be expected by your customers to deliver compelling experiences that help bring them (and your wider stakeholders) closer online through engagement and ultimately conversation and collaboration. If you don’t, your competitors will, and as your customers flood to use online channels and rep forces are streamlined, you’ll be edged out of the conversation. It’s time to start engaging online now.
We get it though, as soon as you start talking about engagement and using the words, ‘social media’ the barriers go up. Approvals can be hard, and require willpower and commitment to get initiatives through medical, legal and regulatory. This is why Nitro Digital is delighted to be partnering with Zinc, the leading provider of world class compliance for content and rich media experiences in the life sciences industry, to help our customers and the wider industry deliver innovative, exciting but crucially compliant customer experiences through ‘social media’.
Nitro Digital has been pioneering the use of engaging and collaborative platforms and communication for our clients to enhance their customer communication over the last few years, so have learnt how to help others who also want to take advantage of digital in a more engaging way to create compelling customer experiences in the new normal for web users.
So, if you aren’t sure about how to engage with your customers on digital platforms, think it’s too risky, or just cannot persuade your management to participate, then you really should take part. You might be surprised what you can achieve.
Click through to the Survey now.