Watching you watching me

During the last week, I thought I’d try some analysis of vistors to my blog (thanks to Bob Fiddaman for the title of this post).

It’s been an interesting exercise to monitor the traffic for the last 7 days – I’ve had a few visits from the ‘great and the good’ in amongst my 800 or so daily hits.

In amongst all the familiar names to you, you’ll perhaps see some companies you’re not so familiar with – these will probably be the Ad agencies and PR firms that work for pharmaceutical clients.

Seroxat Secrets corporate visitors 15-22 May 2007
Abbott Laboratories, Gurnee, Illinois
Adpepper.com
Allegiance Healthcare, Waukegan, Illinois
Aventis Pharamceuticals, New Jersey
Bausch & Lomb, Rochester, New York
Biogen, West Roxbury, Massachusetts
Boehringer Ingelheim Limited, Egham, Slough
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Connecticut
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Copenhagen
Burson Marsteller, New York
Capital One Financial, Richmond, Virginia
Church of Scientology International, Los Angeles, California
Collective Intellect, Boulder, Colorado
Edelman PR, New York
Edelman, London
Eli Lilly and Company, Europe
Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Indiana
Evergreen Medical Group, Kirkland, Washington
Experian Information Solutions, Roswell, Georgia
Foote, Cone & Belding , New York
Forest Labs, New Hyde Park, New York
Glaxo, Raleigh, North Carolina
Hikma Pharmaceuticals, Amman, Jordan
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, Chicago
Johnson & Johnson, New Jersey
Kaiser Permanente, El Cerrito, California
King & Spalding, Washington DC
LNS Communications, Brookline, Massachusetts
McCann-Erickson, London
McCann-Erickson/Torre Lazur, Denville, New Jersey
Meta Pharmaceutical Services LLC, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania
Microsoft Corp, United States
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, Columbia, South Carolina
Performance Systems International, Toronto, Ontario
Pfizer, New York
Pfizer, United Kingdom
Porter Novelli, New York
Sanofi Techniques, Bourg-la-Reine, France
SmithKline Beecham, Ickenham, Slough, United Kingdom
The Procter and Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio
Trinity Mirror Group, London
Warner-Lambert Company, Morris Plains, New Jersey

I’m sorry if I’ve I’ve left anyone out, but I’m sure you understand it takes time to separate the wheat from the chaff. I’d like to thank everyone for visiting Seroxat Secrets and I hope that each and every one of you learn something new when you log on.

4 Responses to “Watching you watching me”

  1. Bob Fiddaman Says:

    Familiar faces Mr Admin – they look in at mine too – actually had a visit from the New York District Attorneys Office sometime ago too, not to mention GSK, in London and Pennsylvania.

    Guess they have a right to see what is being said about them… Like you, I offer the chance to reply – as yet nothing.

    Now if someone were wrongfully slagging me off I’d defend my corner – why not the above mentioned big wigs?

  2. truthman30 Says:

    Some interesting info on some of these companies and firms viewing the seroxat secrets blog…

    McCann-Erickson : Advertising Agency

    http://www.mccann-erickson.co.uk/

    Best Non-Branded TV Campaign Finalists

    Restless Leg Syndrome
    GlaxoSmithKline
    McCann-Erickson

    Best Branded Television Campaign

    Avodart
    GlaxoSmithKline
    McCann-Erickson
    “Always Going”
    ________________

    http://www.burson-marsteller.com/pages/home

    Burson Marsteller (PR)

    Burson-Marsteller’s global Healthcare Practice is uniquely positioned to help you navigate this complex medical, political, social and economic landscape, and in the process create and manage perceptions that deliver positive business results.

    http://www.bmbrussels.be/box_evHealthcare2005.php

    _________________

    http://www.kslaw.com/portal/server.pt

    King & Spalding

    With more than 800 lawyers and offices in Atlanta, Houston, Dubai, London, New York, Riyadh, and Washington, D.C. King & Spalding provides the highest caliber legal counsel to clients from the United States and abroad. King & Spalding currently represents more than 250 public companies, including more than half of the Fortune 100. The firm also represents hundreds of clients with new ventures and mid-sized companies in emerging industries.
    ________________________
    Foote, Cone & Belding

    Founded in 1873, Foote Cone & Belding is the world’s second oldest advertising agency.
    Today, Foote Cone & Belding is a powerful worldwide agency network with over 190 offices serving clients in 110 countries.

    FCB offers clients a broad range of fully integrated communications services including Advertising, Direct, Digital, Database, Healthcare Marketing, Field Service Marketing and Sports and Events Marketing.

    http://www.interpublic.com/static/family/companyDetailPage.php?company=10

    http://www.draftfcb.com/flash/index.html

    _________________________

    Well they do say that the pharmaceutical industry spends more on marketing and advertising than research and development… And judging by the ammount of advertising and PR firms viewing the Seroxat blogs … That fact seems to ring true….

  3. Matthew Holford Says:

    Let’s just blitz this, and write so much stuff that these saps end up spending hundreds of man hours sifting through all the stuff that we dredge up and comment on. GSK’s going to be footing the bill, after all. We should regard it as our contribution to the redistribution of wealth!

    And as some poor junior lawyer is trawling through his/her 15th account of foetal abnormality, you never know, (s)he might start questioning his/her career choice!

    Matt

  4. truthman30 Says:

    Triumph of marketing over Science…
    Yes indeed…


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