9Ways are the experts in digital marketing for pharmacy. With our patient-facing TV channel, digital window screens and social media content, we help pharmacies stand out from the crowd.
We provide intuitive digital media solutions to increase uptake of pharmacy services and drive product sales.
In addition to promoting pharmacy services, we ensure regulatory compliance including Public Health Campaigns, Healthy Living Pharmacy and Pharmacy Quality Payments. Monthly TV guides are supplied to evidence healthcare promotion activities by the pharmacy.
With in-depth experience of pharmacy and media, we are best placed to support pharmacies with targeted messaging.
Case studies have evidenced:
- Up to 36% increase in OTC sales
- 63% increase in service uptake
- 39% increase in engagement rates compared to leaflets and posters
We provide an end-to-end service, producing bespoke media tailored to your pharmacy. This includes supply and installation of hardware with a 3-year warranty.
Cost to members:
- Prices start from only £29.99+VAT per month for the service
- TV screen with installation from £650 + VAT
- High brightness digital window signage with installation from £2,000 + VAT
|“We’ve been creating our own content for a couple of years and it’s hard to do yourself or expensive to pay graphic designers. The guys at 9Ways produce great quality and eye-catching graphics bespoke to our pharmacy at a very competitive rate.” – Galen Will, Pharmacy Owner
|“9Ways offered us a great value package. It only costs about £1 per day so I thought let’s go for it. The very first day Pharmacy TV went live, we had patients asking about things they had seen on screen. One saw Voltarol on-screen, asked me for advice and bought it. That’s a sale we would’ve missed if it wasn’t for the TV channel.”- Rupak Das, Pharmacy Owner
|“Our regular online reminders of how we can support our patients and customers go down really well. So many of them are on Facebook and the team at 9Ways make sure we let our customers know we’re thinking about their health, even when they’re not in the pharmacy.” – John Walker, Pharmacy Owner