TOP 5 PRINT ADVERTISING TRENDS FOR BIOTECH AND LIFE SCIENCE ORGS — ACTUALLY, PRINT IS NOT DEAD. In today's increasingly digital world, it's sometimes easy to forget about the importance of print, both as a content distribution channel and as an advertising platform. And, most notably in today’s climate, whether you’re in life sciences or the retail industry, it’s an integral part of the connected experience.
Ecommerce brands and companies rise and fall everyday across the globe. Certainly, there are multiple factors at play including volatile markets, supply chain restrictions, an ever-changing and shape-shifting global economy (to generalize of course), but this post isn’t about those external factors. No, quite the opposite actually. It's as intimate as a personal conversation.
It’s about the connection between your products and your end-consumer.
With all the excitement, buzz and all-around discussion surrounding Virtual Reality (VR), revitalized from this year's CES and SXSW, you'd swear that this is the dawn of the new frontier–and not just technology's new frontier, but the world's.
The logical order of an everyday (consultative) pitch can be used to better organize your website's important information and CTAs (calls to action). Consider a 60-second elevator pitch: the consultant must give you one or two key (and relevant) talking points and hopefully leave you with enough insight to either make a decision or ask for more information (both being positive outcomes). The trick with the pitch is to keep it as concise and engaging as possible.
Apps are now a mainstream, trusted way to deliver content and services (and have been for some time). But in a crowded market, how does a mobile app become useful, relevant, and valued so it delights and retains users?