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With the coming changes to Facebook Commenting rules for pharma and healthcare companies on August 15, we thought it was important to track how companies would handle the change (read more details here).
What does this mean to the consumer?
I’m going to be speaking at an online event called Online Social Presence in the World of Pharma , at Pharma IQ’s upcoming “Social Media in Pharma Online Summit.” It’s an interesting experience, because I’m not directly in the industry, and I know that it’s a very rule-laden universe.
Google launched a beta version of its own social network just a couple of days ago, Google+ . While many news reports over the past day or so suggest that Google+ offers some great features, most also suggest that the network is probably no reason for people to abandon their FaceBook page as an alternative.
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I’m reaching out to inform you of a policy change regarding pharma Pages on Facebook that may affect one or more of your brand Pages. As you know, Facebook Pages are a free product for organizations, public figures, businesses, and brands to express themselves and have an authentic, engaging, two-way dialog with people on Facebook. Previously, pharmaceutical brands could submit a request through their Facebook Sales Representative to disable commenting on their Facebook Page.
Hi gang – Sorry for the light posting schedule.