Using current Data Driven Insights, we rank the top pharmaceutical companies based on their online content with the most platform interactions on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Interactions are summarized from all likes, shares, comments and reactions obtained by trending articles. Read on to find out who performed the best in this month’s Pharma Ranking Global!
AMA, Novartis and Takeda Oncology flex social media strength
American Medical Association owns the number 1 spot in April with nearly 89.000 total interactions, but Novartis isn’t too far behind (73.024 interactions) and may very well make a push for 1st place in the next ranking. The showdown for 3rd place was an even closer one, with Takeda Oncology winning that race against Merck Global by just over 2.600 social media interactions. The clash for 5th place was closer still: Novo Nordisk outperformed Astellas by just 1.462 interactions!
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