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Bridging the Gap to Success in TV Advertising: Leveraging Data and Maximizing ROI

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Kate Ludwig, VP of advanced TV partnerships for Swoop, explains the current challenges facing the industry and how to forge a path to success. 

By: Emilie Branch, Senior Content Manager, Swoop

 

The television landscape has become more volatile – from a lack of consistent third-party measurement to fragmented viewing behavior. However, pharma marketers who want to maximize returns from TV spend can do so by leveraging real world health data and targeting de-identified individuals within a household — and then use that same health data to track campaign performance. Kate Ludwig, VP advanced TV partnerships for Swoop, explains the current challenges facing the industry and how to forge a path to success. 


About the Author

Emilie Branch 

Senior Content Manager

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Emilie has nearly a decade of experience in marketing, writing, research and strategy for the pharmaceutical industry. She has contributed to top pharmaceutical publications including American Pharmaceutical Review, European Pharmaceutical Review, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, Manufacturing Chemist, Pharmaceutical Outsourcing, Specialty Chemicals, and Contract Pharma. Prior to joining Swoop/IPM.ai, Emilie served as Strategic Content Manager and Managing Editor for Pharma’s Almanac where she lent her voice to some of the industry’s top players including GSK, MilliporeSigma and ThermoFisher Scientific. 

 

 

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