Wondering where to start in your life sciences marketing? The Advanta Team shares some of our clients’ most frequently asked questions, our answers, and some pro tips to help you effectively market your life sciences company.read more >
When considering how to communicate your science and its market potential, CEO & Creative Director, Stephanie N. Kuhla, shares five basic tips for life sciences marketing.read more >
Your Advanta SEO team has more than five years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry: We speak your language!
Your SEO team has experience in both editing digital content to improve the User Experience (UX) and coding for effective search engine communication. Both of these skills help to increase the likelihood of conversions and improve your website’s ROI.read more >
How should you review a marketing proposal to get the most value for your budget? Marketing proposals can be either thin or robust. Is one better than the other? CEO & Creative Director, Stephanie Kuhla shares some tips from her years in advertising and personal experience in the development process of writing a comprehensive and thoughtful proposal.read more >
If you’ve ever watched Ghost Hunters, or any other paranormal investigation show, you’ve seen the “hunters” use a hand-held device called a thermal camera. These thermal cameras are scientific instruments used to visualize temperature changes in the environment. In the shows, the temperature changes are caused by the presence of ghosts… or so they say.read more >
“Let’s eat grandma!”
“Let’s eat, grandma!”
Looking at the two sentences above, the only visible difference is the addition of one little comma. But forgetting that one little comma drastically changes the meaning from an untimely demise for grandma, to an invitation extended towards grandma to eat.read more >
While keywords and long-tail keyword phrases are not the be all, end all of website content, they can become the foundation of your user experience. When you provide for an excellent user experience, you are building your site’s Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Researching effective keywords are a fundamental part of SEO.read more >
A “long-tail keyword” is at least a three- or four-keyword phrase used in quality content creation for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) to help search engines bring interested visitors to your website.
Long-tail keywords that are used in combination with shorter, single keywords and phrases can help improve your website’s SEO. Long-tail keywords focus on a more specific visitor and tend to support a strong ROI (Return on Investment) over a longer term.read more >
We all know that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, and that nothing rhymes with orange (except for a hill in Wales named Blorenge). Comparing apples to oranges, and doctors to mountains, is about the same as comparing a web development company to an advertising agency.
Advanta had our Office Manager, Charlie, create a list of questions for you to consider when choosing the right company to design and develop your website, and here’s what she had to say:read more >