NuvaRing DTC leads web traffic

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NuvaRing and Latisse lead the pack in DTC-driven traffic to their brand.com sites, according to Manhattan Research.

The research firm's ePharma Consumer survey found that Merck Contraceptive NuvaRing jumped five spots to take the top spot for ad-driven traffic, while Allergan's eyelash-extender, Latisse, launched last year, placed second. Sexual health products dominated the top 10. Latisse was followed by Cialis, Boniva, Abilify, Gardasil, Yaz, Viagra, Levitra and Lunesta.

“These are things where talking to friends and family or doctors might be awkward, so they want to research it on their own,” said VP of research Meredith Ressi.
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