Tag Archives: Communities

Defining Moments: It Gets Better

The Defining Moments series looks back at the biggest events of 2010 to see what we can learn from them here at P&P, to work better in our calling, in 2011 and beyond. It Gets Better The...
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The Best Pharma Conference Ever!

by DJ Edgerton (@wiltonbound) We have an interesting relationship with pharma conferences. On the one hand, we love them. We think the chances to share best practices and nascent ideas, to learn...
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POINT/COUNTERPOINT: Pay-for-Play Conferences

This post is part of a series of point/counterpoint arguments proposed by different members of the Pixels & Pills staff. Were strong believers that healthy arguments can yield the best...
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POINT/COUNTERPOINT: Pay-For-Play Conferences

This post is part of a series of point/counterpoint arguments proposed by different members of the Pixels & Pills staff. Were strong believers that healthy arguments can yield the best...
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Killer Apps

by Daniel V Licht (@thedvl) Remember the phrase "killer app? Just a few short years ago, it was the keystone for every new technology platform, whether that platform was a new operating system, a...
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The Social Health Un-Conference

Here at Pixels & Pills, were always trying to push the conversation about health and pharma in the digital space harder and farther along. Which is why we were intrigued when Shwen Gee let us...
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Seven No-Nos of Social Media Engagement

by Briana Campbell (@MsMatchGirl) Wrath. Sloth. Greed. Gluttony. Lust. Envy. Pride. The seven deadly sins. In June of this year, PM360 laid out the Seven Deadly Sins of Pharma Marketing (you can...
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Fallout? Pharma & The Facebook Wall

by Briana Campbell (@MsMatchGirl) About a week and a half ago all the talk was about Facebook and its policy changes, disallowing pharmaceutical companies to turn off comments on their walls....
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Running Scared: Pharma and the Facebook Wall

by Briana Campbell (@MsMatchGirl) The talk, for a long while now, has been about Facebooks change of guidelines, no longer allowing pharmaceutical companies to turn off comments on their Facebook...
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Caveat Emptor?

by Briana Campbell (@MsMatchGirl) A recent Pew Internet study, released June 16, 2011, shared the following statistic: Facebook users are overall more trusting than non-internet others. 43% of...
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Counterpoint: Using Social Media for Employee Engagement

by Sven Larsen (@zemoga) The latest trend in employee communications is, unsurprisingly, social media. Increasingly, companies are investing in - or building their own - internal social...
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Point: Using Social Media for Employee Engagement

by Briana Campbell (@MsMatchGirl) Want to Encourage Innovation? Implement Internal Social Networks. Innovation, a critical differentiator for pharmaceutical companies, is dependent on effective...
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