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Klick releases iPad app – Getting Started in Mobile Marketing

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When talking about mobile marketing what better channel to use than, well, a mobile one! Klick Health is pleased to announce our new iPad app called “Getting Started in Mobile Marketing”. This free app uses video, text, charts, and images to present the best practice for mobile marketing in health industries. Download it today and read it on the train.

Available on the App Store

This guide aims to provide pharma marketers with an overview of the key issues and challenges surrounding mobile marketing, as well as some potential solutions for effectively leveraging this channel within the complex regulatory environment. Employing real data and healthcare industry case studies, this guide will explore the common challenges with the core strategies most frequently deployed in mobile: optimized websites, native apps, and advertising. This guide will provide an overview of each tactic, the associated legal/regulatory issues, and potential approaches to help marketers implement programs successfully.

In reviewing each tactic, we will address concerns and questions commonly cited by healthcare marketers.

Mobile Optimized Websites

Native Mobile Apps

Mobile Advertising

When you’ve finished reading this guide, you should have a much clearer picture of the major challenges facing healthcare marketers in mobile, understand what other brands are currently doing in the marketplace, and get some ideas on what you can potentially do to better leverage mobile within the regulatory framework.

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Jay Goldman

Jay and his team at Klick's Sensei Labs are reinventing the technology of management by helping companies execute and evolve faster with SenseiOS, the enterprise operating system for hyper-growth companies. Jay is also the co-author of the New York Times Bestseller THE DECODED COMPANY: Know Your Talent Better Than You Know Your Customers (Portfolio/Penguin), which reveals how industry-leading companies are decoding employee work data to personalize, simplify, and enhance the user experience.

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