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- Gallery: winners and finalists celebrate at the Marketing New Thinking AwardsBrands and agencies came together at Somerset House on 12 October to champion, share and learn from the most inspirational marketing as the industry celebrated the inaugural Marketing New Thinking Awards.
- Four video tips from the head of Jamie Oliver's Food TubeJamie Oliver's Food Tube is a rare example of an established brand embracing, and conquering, a new platform.
- Social platform buy buttons: a silent revolution gathers steamWith major updates to social commerce from Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest, Thomas Stelter, VP of emerging solutions at Possible believes that a silent, social revolution is starting to surface.
- We need to take a zero tolerance approach to online counterfeitersBelstaff CEO Gavin Haig explains why his brand took a hard-line approach and what the future will hold for counterfeiting online.
- Brand-safe and like TV: how advertisers have responded to YouTube's 'Google Preferred'Almost 30% of the advertisers using 'Google Preferred' are brand new to YouTube as reticent advertisers are lured in by brand safe, TV-like buying options.
- Google acknowledge the mobile web is brokenOn 7 October Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) arrived from Google supported by some of the most prestigious names in publishing and technology. Google’s introductory blog revealed: “Publishers around the world use the mobile web to reach these readers, but the experience can often leave a lot to be desired. Every time a webpage takes too long […]
- The Daily Poke: New type of spectacleThey say don’t judge a book by its cover, but now you can suss out someone’s taste in fonts just by looking at their specs. Weiden & Kennedy Tokyo, and Japanese retailers, Oh My Glasses, have started a brand of glasses inspired by different fonts – Type. Read more on The Daily Poke: New type […]
- Infographic: How beauty vloggers hold the key to successful Christmas marketingBuzzMyVideos Online Video Barometer, conducted by OnePoll, has unearthed some staggering statistics on consumer affiliation towards beauty vloggers on YouTube. The online video content specialist’s study revealed that 85% of 500 UK consumers aged betwee 16 and 45 years old would trust a review by a YouTuber over any other method. This is more than 20 […]
- Adapt or die: How ad blocking is paving the way to next generation, consumer-led marketingThis week ad blocking has dominated the news. Headlines have screamed of a ‘major blow to publishers’ following Apple’s green light to an IOS tool that blocks all ads. Google is up in arms, and advertisers everywhere have asked how it will affect them. Read more on Adapt or die: How ad blocking is paving […]
- Twitter introduces Moments: What does it mean for brands?For most of 2015 Twitter has been talking about Project Lightning, a major enhancement designed to bring in new users, retain Twitter’s core base and leverage Twitter’s strengths in both mobile and media. Finally, the public is getting to see what was only previewed to Twitter insiders and employees: a new way to discover rich […]
- Interrogating data requires a new lens‘Data scientist’ was recently named the ‘sexiest job of the 21st century’. The process of understanding data can at times seem so complicated that mastering it could be likened to a superpower. Read more on Interrogating data requires a new lens…