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Life Science Social Media: Getting Started, Part 2: Specific Resources

Life Science Social Media: Getting Started, Part 2: Specific Resources

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Video Bytes: Demos and ‘How To’ Resources for Life Science Marketing & Social Media 3/27/2011

Welcome to the first in our series of Video Bytes, Demos and ‘How To’ Resources for Life Science Marketing & Social Media. You may be familiar with our Sound Bytes which are links and tips along the same theme, we’re adding videos to help show you how you learn how to use online applications to better reach your goals. Our first video is about the recent changes to the LinkedIn interface, and how to contact users who are in your groups. Sign up for Comprendia blog email updates to get our demos and how to videos delivered to your inbox, and subscribe to our YouTube channel. To share this post easily cut and paste: Video Bytes: Demos and ‘How To’ Resources for Life Science Marketing & Social Media 3/27/2011 http://bit.ly/vidbytes0327

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Using Google Analytics Word Clouds To Analyze Your Life Science Brand

Using Google Analytics Word Clouds To Analyze Your Life Science Brand

If you’ve been reading this blog, you know we’re crazy about word clouds, a way to visualize text data that is mostly associated with social media content such as in blogs. However, they are also being utilized in other areas, and were even featured on a recent cover of Science magazine. As part of our new Social Media Toolbox series, we’ll show you how to use word clouds to understand how your life science company is found and perceived by your customers through search engines. Why do this? You of course know what your best selling products are. Do the needs or ‘pains’ these products meet align with the top searches that customers, or even non-customers, use to find your website? We did the below exercise with our partner site, the San Diego Biotechnology Network (SDBN), and made some useful observations. Below, we list the steps to create Google Analytics keywords word clouds, and show what can be learned. You will need to install Google Analytics (it’s free) and have at least six months of data to do this. Log in to Google Analytics and choose “Traffic Sources->Keywords” on the left menu. Choose a six month period using the calendar […]

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