Over the next few weeks, we’ll be helping our clients to deal with digital. From enabling your website to become your lead generation machine, to setting up campaigns that perform, our digital marketing team will be sharing their tips, tricks and learnings from experience of helping companies perform digitally in the pharma and biotech supply chain.
My website isn’t performing or needs to work harder. I’m not sure if it needs to be rebuilt or if it’s simply not built to a high enough technical standard. Whether you’re building a new website or wanting to optimise an existing site, we can help.
Are your social advertising campaigns not performing?
We take a strategic approach by analysing what’s working well, optimising profiles to ensure visibility across every platform, as well as thinking about which types of content each buyer will engage with. We use a mix of promotional content, educational content and creative content to increase engagement with employees, customers, prospects and future candidates.
Are your competitors out-ranking you for similar search terms? Across search engine optimisation (SEO) and pay-per-click (PPC), we often see clients’ websites that are not ranking for important keywords, are falling behind competitors for certain products and services or just aren’t generating quality inbound leads. Quite simply, this means that there are roadblocks between search engines and your website.
Has the loss of events meant a huge hit to your lead generation efforts? Digital channels are a critical part of inbound marketing success. We use our sector specialism and progressive digital marketing team to optimise your website and stay on top of organic keyword strategies by using search terms your buyers will make use of when looking for a new partner.
“We simply couldn’t achieve all our marketing goals without the support of ramarketing, who work like an extension of our own team. They bring creativity, market insight and hard graft to our marketing programs which makes for a valuable partnership”.
Sharp Packaging, Alison Dillon, Group Communications Manager