Surprising health marketing insights
Data insight and analytics for health brands
Oh no… not another corporate blog! Don’t worry ours are hilarious (at least some of them like why people love their cats more than their families). We use our health marketing data insights and analytics to analyse what’s happening in the industry and how companies can improve their online visibility. Take a look and let us know your thoughts (Just don’t hurt our feelings – please)
From Wim Hof to Your Bathtub, Why Cold Baths Are the Hottest Trend: A Cold Therapy Consumer Insight Industry Report
Cold therapy represents a paradigm shift in how we think about health. We use our data machines to analyse online trends into cold therapy. As our exploration unfolds, we ask are is cold therapy really a surging trend or is it just noise generated in the echo chambers of social media. We analyse how trends are shaping across the world and why.
Psychedelic Compound Industry Report: Consumer Insights Reveal Surge in Interest, Prompting Concerns About Illegal Use
Once associated with counterculture, psychedelics are now at the forefront of a rapidly growing industry. Anticipating a shift from a $2.6 billion to a $7.1 billion market by 2032, analysts foresee a 10.9% compound annual growth rate. Success hinges on emerging research, showing promise in treating conditions like PTSD. However, obstacles like public perceptions and limited research on long-term effects persist. In this report, we analyse online data. Moreover we reveale consumer sentiments that will shape the future of the Psychedelic Compound Industry.
What is methylene blue used for? The Rising Health Trend of Methylene Blue Revealed in a Comprehensive Consumer Insight Report
What purpose does Methylene Blue serve? Consumers are employing it to enhance their cognitive function. In this consumer insight report, we examine online data to unveil the intricacies of this trend. As a digital agency specialising in healthcare, we interpret substantial amounts of online information, revealing the motivations behind its usage and the associated concerns.
Ozempic’s popularity is on the rise, capturing the attention of both celebrities and influencers. However, crucial uncertainties persist regarding its safety and proper usage. This report on Ozempic delves into search engine data. Our objective is to unveil the factors influencing consumer behavior and address the unresolved risks confronting users of Ozempic.
The CGM market is growing fast. Online search trends indicate there has been a spike in interest. In this report, we investigate the reasons
Over recent years, the pet longevity industry has undergone significant transformation. From health tracker to supplements, new innovations are emerging. It is predicted that the industry is set to boom. In this report, we analyse how interest in the pet longevity industry is changing and why.
We review the best at home health testing companies and health clinics. The list is the ideal starting point for anyone looking to optimise their health, but dont know where to start. These tests cover different areas of people health. Therefore, there is a test for everyone.
In the world of holistic health, frustration grows among practitioners due to misconceptions. Our report delves into holistic health trends. Examining online data, we uncover a stable yet misunderstood trend. We unpack what people are really looking for and how the industry can respond
Embark on a journey to optimal well-being with Tally Health, a game-changer in personalised health solutions. With a waitlist boasting 270,000 eager individuals, Tally Health unveils the mysteries of your biological age through its cutting-edge TallyAge clock. Imagine knowing the true age of your body and receiving customised lifestyle recommendations, backed by the scientific expertise of Harvard geneticist Dr. David Sinclair. We explore who they are and why they have become so popular
The next tech revolution has commenced. Chat GPT is taking the world by storm and has the potential to transform how marketers target consumers. This could bring predictive marketing to a new level. Should we be scared?