Epigenetic pathways are frequently perturbed in cancer cells, highlighting the central role that epigenetic changes play in the process of tumourigenesis.
European Association for Cancer Research were looking for a simple solution to submit events with a time saving tool, a new audience reach and event marketing momentum that ‘pings’ activity into natural search – the solution is evvnt.
Basic Epigenetic Mechanisms in Cancer
on Sunday November 08, 2015 at 3:30 pm (ends Wednesday November 11, 2015 at 12:00 pm)
Recent advances in technology allow us to consider the epigenome as well as the genome of a tumour on an individual level. These advances, in combination with high throughput technologies, are leading to rapid advances in the development of epigenetic biomarkers and novel therapeutic targets.
We ensured the event was distributed across all relative platforms as well as locally, nationally, globally and socially with a total site reach of 51,6M !
Industry specific: 38
We wanted to reach the required number of participants to the event, that is why we made every effort to broadcast it on a wide network composed of 38 industry specific, 33 targeted, 13 global, 5 national, 3 local, 3 social.
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Broadcast results: Total number sites the event has been submitted to, depending on the category, location and the level of targeting required for the event.
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Detailed reporting: A click tracking report with a summary of the events performance is activated and supplied within the product segmented by url type and the site delivering traffic.
62% of live links
18 mobile apps
Active in all 5 major search engines.