I started writing about the drug industry – specifically the commercial side of the industry – in 2002 with the publication of the first issue of Pharma Marketing News. At the dawn of the social media age in 2005, I started writing Pharma Marketing Blog and in 2008, I started tweeting.
By the end of 2016 I will have written over 4 million words, which is equivalent to eighty (80) average length non-fiction books! BTW, I also co-authored a book ("Socialize Your Patient Engagement Strategy").
Here is the breakdown of the current stats relating to my Internet publishing activities over the years:
Pharma Marketing News (started January 2002)
- 639 articles
- Over 1.2 million words (1800 words per article)
Pharma Marketing Blog (started January 2005)
- 2393 posts
- Over 2.3 million words (554 words per post)
Pharmaguy on Twitter (started March 2008)
- Over 26,000 tweets
- Over 0.5 million words (21 words per tweet)
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