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- How to make the most of digital's bittersweet influence on our careersKirsty Hathaway, editor-in-chief at AnalogFolk London, explores how technology has been a hindrance, but also an enabler, on our careers.
- The biggest challenge for P&G's new CEO will be nurturing a culture of riskJames Pattinson, chief ordnance officer at Reluctantly Brave and former P&G brand marketer argues that his biggest challenge will be balancing 'blue chip' culture with the risk-embracing culture of smaller competitors.
- Why is Tesco acting like a self-appointed sugar regulator?This week's announcement that Tesco is to delist children's drinks with added sugar has been labelled a 'war on sugar'. Ian Humphris, joint MD of agency LIFE asks why Tesco is acting like a self-appointed regulator.
- Virgin Media uses animal characters to show football fans' personalitiesVirgin Media's latest TV ad shows the different animal personalities that watch football to promote its offering for the upcoming sports season.
- Breakfast Briefing: Consumer confidence down, Coca-Cola's 'toxic' infographic, Amazon signs ClarksonWelcome to Marketing's morning briefing, a daily shot of news and a recap of the best longer reads and videos. Today's news includes the announcement that Amazon has signed up the cast of BBC's Top Gear for a new series, a report that claims consumer confidence is down and a Coca-Cola infographic that has gone […]
- What marketers can learn from the Ashley Madison scandalA group, calling themselves the Impact Team, has hacked the database of Ashley Madison, a dating site which specialises in arranging affairs for those in a relationship. The hackers have begun releasing details of members’ names and their sexual fantasies. An unfortunate man from Massachusetts, who joined the website the day after Valentine’s Day, was the […]
- The death of the challenger brand in the tablet market?In 2010, Steve Jobs went on stage at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco to unveil what Apple hoped to be a revolutionary product that would disrupt the computing world. The shift was not as dramatic as planned. Read more on The death of the challenger brand in the tablet market?…
- Five most-read blog posts – July 2015In this new monthly feature from The Wall team, we take a look back at the five most-read blog posts from the month. In July, headlines were a hot topic, along with ad blockers, and smartwatches. Read more on Five most-read blog posts – July 2015…
- What the UK’s video diet really looks likeI don’t need to diet. I’m one of those jammy gits that has the metabolic rate of a hummingbird. Hummingbirds have to flap their wings 50 times a second to do their trademark hovering and that needs energy to be processed pretty fast. Read more on What the UK’s video diet really looks like…
- Digital campaigns to watch: Barclays, EE and CliniqueThe Holy Grail in content marketing is successfully aligning brand messaging with key editorial pillars of informing, educating, entertaining and inspiring, all without resorting to shameless product plugs. This month, we highlight how Barclays, EE and Clinique have successfully channeled those editorial pillars to produce campaigns that are already delighting audiences and positively shifting brand […]
- Windows 10: Will Microsoft’s final OS reverse its fortunes?Microsoft’s Satya Nadella has quite confidently said: “Windows 10 is a huge milestone for us as a company, and quite frankly the industry.” You would expect this from the chief executive of what is still one of the globe’s largest and most influential tech companies, just maybe not as influential as they still perceive themselves to […]