Pharma Companies Starting To Build Dedicated Digital Marketing/Social Media Staffs
Despite an uncertain regulatory environment and no clear way to link digital marketing and social media activities to revenues, pharmaceutical companies are starting to spend more on promotional activities in the digital realm compared to traditional media (TV/radio/print advertising) and are building dedicated staffs to support these activities.
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