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- What brands should learn from former Instagram model Essena O'Neill's public 'breakdown'With last month's high profile dismissal of social media from former Insagram model Essena O'Neill, Lauren Mitchell, editorial and community manager at TH_NK, believes it's time brands thought about their tactics.
- Why the blame for the ad blocking crisis lies squarely with the adtech industryThe industry needs to face up to the fact that people are profoundly unhappy with most digital advertising and figure out a new online ad consensus, says Saatchi & Saatchi's chief strategy officer Richard Huntington.
- Pringles launches range of crisp scented candlesYes, you heard that right, crisp brand Pringles has launched a limited run of scented candles for the festive season.
- Interconnected: Joining up the dotsAs consumers, brands, technology and media become increasingly interconnected, agencies, and their clients need to adapt their strategies to stay ahead of the game. Are they rising to the challenges of this linked-up world? Marketing brought together experts for a breakfast discussion, which was captured in illustrations in real-time. This is how the conversation went...
- Breakfast Briefing: Kids' toys hacked, UberPool arrives in London, Samsung replaces mobile bossWelcome to Marketing's morning briefing, a daily shot of news and a recap of the best longer reads and videos. In today's news, Hello Barbie and other connected kids' toys turn out to be hackable, Uber launches car-sharing service UberPool in London and Samsung has another management switch-up.
- Do brands focus too much on Christmas?In Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, the central character, Scrooge, despises the enthusiasm Londoners show for Christmas. Every mention of a festive tradition causes him to splutter his infamous catchphrase “Bah, humbug”. Read more on Do brands focus too much on Christmas?…
- What’s next for mobile and apps in 2016?2015 is drawing to a close, and we have seen some truly groundbreaking developments in the mobile and app design industry over the last 12 months. From the launch of the Apple Watch to the massive surge in popularity for personal healthcare apps, the world of mobile is charging forward, but the real question on […]
- The Daily Poke: Wanna take it outside?So, apparently Black Friday was big online this year. And we’re pleased to hear it. After all, grown men scrapping over blenders on the floor of the local Argos – it’s just a bit too Jeremy Kyle for us. Read more on The Daily Poke: Wanna take it outside?…
- Portrait of a great employee advocacy champion‘Very, very few people or organisations know why they do what they do. And by “why” […] I mean: What’s your purpose? What’s your cause? What’s your belief? Why does your organisation exist? Why do you get out of bed in the morning? And why should anyone care?’. This is Simon Sinek during one of […]
- Why advertisers shouldn’t rely on Facebook this sale seasonThere’s a billion pound buzz about Cyber Monday in the UK today, and with an estimated £720 million spent on the bargain shopping day last year alone, it comes as no surprise. Read more on Why advertisers shouldn’t rely on Facebook this sale season…
- Exploring omnichannel: What is omnichannel?Every Monday for the next five weeks, Bruce Griffin, founder and CEO of digital agency Rockpool Digital, will be providing a look at omnichannel: What is it? Why do it? Why is it hard (otherwise known as, why isn’t everyone doing it)? Where to start? And finally, who’s doing it well. To begin, what is omnichannel? Read more on Exploring […]