The Tale of Two Brands: How to get it right and how to fail miserably

PUGTATO branding marketing blogging

The tale of two brands.  Today I want to share with you two tales. One will make your heart sing and hopefully make you cheer.  The second is a sad tale, one that will leave you wanting more. The first is of a company founded in 2007 that has focused on its employees, its consumer … Continue reading The Tale of Two Brands: How to get it right and how to fail miserably

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Social Media Etiquette: Three Tips

The tale of Two Brands and 3 tips for Social Media Etiquette

ME! LOOK AT ME! OUR BRAND IS AWESOME! MY PERSONAL BRAND IS AWESOME! IT'S ALL ABOUT ME! If this is your current social media branding strategy, it is time for a change, and this is the article for you. Social media can be a drool inducing outlet for marketers today.  Unobstructed access to the masses … Continue reading Social Media Etiquette: Three Tips

What’s social media got to do with it? Getting started with a compliant healthcare social media strategy.

Social Media in Healthcare, physician social media strategy

What's social media got to do with it?  I see patients.  That's my job.  Sound familiar? The role of today's physician is ever-expanding and constantly evolving. It's a role that I would argue benefits from including a social media presence, and physician buy-in regarding social media's necessity is growing. There's a revolution taking place online and … Continue reading What’s social media got to do with it? Getting started with a compliant healthcare social media strategy.

Are you there, Pharma? It’s me, Liz. Part One: Listening and Acting

Are you there, Pharma? It's me, Liz.

As an ex-pharma veteran, I have experienced first hand, the challenges that Big Pharma faces as it struggles to figure out how to compete in a radically changing healthcare system.  This mini series focuses on some changes that I would love to see in the industry, and quite frankly, changes that are necessary if Pharma … Continue reading Are you there, Pharma? It’s me, Liz. Part One: Listening and Acting