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- Purpose by powerpoint: the industry learnt nothing from greenwashingHaving a 'purpose' has become the new black, writes Adjust Your Set's chief innovation officer and author of book 'Do It On Purpose' Nick Timon.
- Vulpine fox-hunters raise awareness of illegal fox hunting in IFAW press campaignCreepy portraits of vulpine fox hunters form the basis of an IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) campaign to drive awareness of '10 years of illegal' hunting in the UK.
- Weve reports 50% mobile customer boost following O2 dealWeve, the mobile ad network, has gained an extra 10 million customers after O2 bought out its partners in the company, according to David Plumb, the Telefónica digital director.
- 'Having a baby is not like buying a pair of Louboutins,' says Guardian columnistMatthew d'Ancona, a columnist for the Guardian, has criticised companies for treating women with children as if they have made a lifestyle choice similar to buying a pair of shoes.
- Liberal Democrats launch Operation ManateeThe Liberal Democrats have launched a digital ad blitz that borrows technology from Barack Obama's two successful US presidential election campaigns.
- Four reasons semantic targeting is future proofDespite the advances in targeting technology, many advertisers still rely upon cookies to track online users and deliver relevant advertising. However consumers are becoming increasingly aware of data privacy. The latest Consumer Confidence Index by TRUSTe demonstrates that 92% of British internet users are concerned about online privacy, with 58% actively deleting cookies – a clear […]
- Digital campaigns to watch: Lyst, Mazda and McDonald’sBrands are innovating with content at an alarming rate. There’s nowhere to hide online, and when it comes to content, the gap between the winners and the losers is becoming increasingly obvious. Read more on Digital campaigns to watch: Lyst, Mazda and McDonald’s…
- The Daily Poke: Listen to your doctorFor patients with complex medicine regimes, it can be tricky keeping on top of which pill is which, and when to take what. And for those with a visual impairment, it becomes downright impossible – and potentially dangerous. Read more on The Daily Poke: Listen to your doctor…
- The Daily Poke: Mixing things upSwiss designer Yves Béhar has been brought on board to put the fizz back into Sodastream. Debuting at Milan Design Week, the ‘Sodastream MIX’ is pushing the boundaries of this rather retro appliance which now boasts the ability to do everything from making sparkling wine, to re-carbonating a flat bottle of soda. Read more on […]
- What’s the answer to stop the scourge of ad blocking?Some of you might have read some recent research by Adobe and Pagefair, which worryingly highlighted that the number of people using ad blocking software has increased to 144 million globally. Read more on What’s the answer to stop the scourge of ad blocking?…
- What makes a great social ad?For seven seasons Mad Men gripped audiences with its portrayal of the gin-and-sex-fuelled 1960s ad industry. The show traced the huge changes in the industry at the time, and for modern marketers it has been a poignant reminder of just how seismically the industry has shifted since then. Long gone are the days when a […]