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- Ribena, Capri-Sun and other 'sugary drinks' brands banned by Tesco in war on sugarSugary drinks brands are set to feel the brunt of the 'war on sugar' with Tesco set to delist brands including Ribena and Capri-Sun, Rubicon - and any others with added sugars from its kids' juice range.
- Can Coca-Cola save the world?Mass deforestation and devastating climate change are major threats to the future of our planet. But what if one brand could single-handedly tackle this global problem?
- Amazon undercuts Spotify and Apple Music with Prime MusicAmazon has launched Prime Music, a music streaming service available to Amazon Prime customers as part of their £79 annual subscription.
- Marketing and loyalty schemes impact overall rise in supermarket salesThe latest grocery share figures from Kantar Worldpanel for the 12 weeks ending 19 July show supermarket sales edged up marginally by 0.8%, with loyalty schemes and TV ads positively impacting retailers' share.
- Digital skills for a digital generation; how we're letting the UK's young people downWe are on the edge of a digital skills desert as the future talent, currently still at school, isn't being inspired to choose the digital jobs or skills we need for the future, writes Hugh Milward, director of corporate affairs at Microsoft UK.
- Hitting the optimise buttonContent management systems (CMS) like WordPress, Drupal and Joomla have been hailed as the future (and present) of websites and SEO. They’re easy to build and optimise and popular because they don’t require the same coding expertise as HTML; anyone can create an attractive, simple and functional website. Read more on Hitting the optimise button…
- The art of A/B: Driving creative performance through testing and learning(Flickr/Tom Woodward) Less than a decade ago, brands were limited to print, radio and TV to connect with target markets, relying on tools like Nielsen to determine reach and demographic fit. Yet there was no good way to know which channels and messages drove the bottom line. Nowadays there are more tools and technologies available […]
- Five things not to do when it comes to mobile UXSince ‘mobilegeddon’ hit, marketers and business owners have been stressing about ways to improve the usability of their mobile sites, to avoid being penalised by Google. Unfortunately, not everyone is getting it right. Here are five things not to do when it comes to user experience on mobile sites. Read more on Five things not to […]
- The Daily Poke: WastedDenmark’s Roskilde – one of Europe’s largest music festival – is known for bringing a bit of enlightenment with its entertainment. And 2015’s social initiative was the ‘piss to pilsner’ project. Think of it as beercycling if you like – with organisers aiming to collect 25,000 litres of urine from around 100,000 festivalgoers, which will […]
- Could iBesties encourage young girls to become tech’s shining stars?Last week on The Wall’s latest vlog, we spoke to two industry experts from Mediaocean about the stigmas around women in technology as well as the career opportunities available to females within the marcoms sector. Read more on Could iBesties encourage young girls to become tech’s shining stars?…
- Optimising your mobile advertising across channelsIt was once just a “nice to have”, but now mobile advertising will soon capture the majority of digital ad spend. Driven by rapid consumer adoption of mobile devices, and a corresponding surge in mobile ad clicks and conversions, the latest report by Marin has found that advertisers will spend more on mobile than desktop […]