There is much economic interest behind the social media world, which can often be the source of public debate. Social media is not a paradise of free sharing, and on this, we can agree. However, the platforms can also create change globally, giving people a voice beyond advertising and marketing.
Have you heard the huge news from Instagram? Last week Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram announced that Instagram is no longer a photo-sharing app. Instead, it’s going to become an entertainment-focused social video app similar to TikTok. Expect to see massive changes over the coming months.
As you probably may already be aware, Instagram has rolled out a new profile feature that allows people to share their pronouns. This is something that LinkedIn facilitated a few years ago, and many people have incorporated into their email signatures, signing off with he/him, she/her, or they/them.
The Covid-19 crisis has represented a breaking point for the entire industrial sector in the UK. While many businesses have been forced to prioritise basic survival, for pharmaceutical companies this situation has presented a huge opportunity for growth. And this is where pharma marketing comes into play.