Products Don't Sell Themselves.

Your website is your window to the world, and your product pages should help qualify whether a prospective customer is a good match for your offerings. 

When do you use downloadable content? More often than you think. Customers should quickly be able to discover whether your product is a fit for your needs, and thus your sales team will be eager to use these documents at conferences and as email attatchments.

Product webpages and downloadable content

Each product page includes the value propositions that address your customer's pain, evidence supporting your claims, and a brief overview of features and benefits covering the most typical early qualifying questions. The product sheets can communicate additional details your customers are looking for; the website aims to whet their appetite.

Geocyte has extensive experience communicating product value across diverse life science offerings, including:

  • 'Omics technologies, biomarker discovery, and validation
  • Biospecimen procurement, processing, and preparation
  • Instrument solutions and automation

Example: Cell & gene therapy RUO products (leukopaks) from human donors

Geocyte developed a complete go-to-market content strategy for a Sanguine Bioscience new product launch. The apheresis product market was unique for the client, requiring them to collect specimens in a facility rather than at donors' homes. The product further increased the company's footprint in the cell & gene therapy market, as leukopaks are in-demand products that replicate the "end result" drug ultimately given to patients.

Additional content associated with leukopak products include blogs & press releases, a white paper, donor recruitment videos, and case studies. Please follow the links to view these examples.

Leukopak product page [clipped]

Associated product collateral

Leukopak product sheet
LeukoLots product sheet
LeukoLots product sheet

Cell and gene therapy application collateral

Application brochure for C&GT
PBMC, T, B, NK cell isolation service sheet

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Example: 'Omics technology service for biomarker discovery and validation

Geocyte developed Arome Science's first collateral describing the company's metabolomics analysis and data interpretation service. Customers can use Arome's technology to simultaneously discover new and unknown metabolite and lipid biomarkers while quantitatively interrogating known biomarkers using untargeted and targeted metabolomics.

The product sheet describes the unique technology, its applications, two example published examples of its prowess, and a product table so customers can determine the level of service they need.

Example: Company brochure for B2B customers

We completely revamped Sanguine's customer-facing company brochure. Most of Sanguine's customers are large biopharmaceutical and smaller biotech therapeutics companies, including a few academic, diagnostic, and instrument provider clients. Unique versions of the final page were created for specific companies to accomplish account-based marketing campaigns.

Example: Precision probiotics company website scientific content and layout

In collaboration with company leadership, Geocyte contributed much of the content for ImmuneBiotech's new website, highlighting their precision probiotics (ImmuneBiotics) product line with GutMagnific, the first available product.

Service and product webpages with associated downloadable content

Minimally invasive skin tapes can be collected at home as part of translational study designs. We created the webpage [left] content and the collateral [middle] in both therapeutics and cosmetics industry versions.

Peripheral blood mononuclear cell (PBMC) processing services for clinical trials webpage [right] used the cell isolation collateral shown in the C&GT section.

Instrument overview and laboratory protocol examples

Leukopak PBMC Isolation Protocol
HT2000 instrument brochure

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