Eyes wide openBlink magazine
The latest edition of MediaCom’s media industry magazine focuses on the theme of brands ‘winning in 2020’. We are likely to see more change in the next five years than in the last twenty, predicts CEO Stephen Allan. The issue looks at the evolution of brands, marketing consumers and much more.
Front page newsThe One Amazon Page That Most Brands Overlook
With roughly half of all U.S. online consumer product purchase considerations involving an Amazon search, one would think the content and creative elements of a brand’s Amazon product detail page would be a high priority for all marketers. Yet, many brands overlook the impact Amazon product detail page creative content has on discoverability and reducing purchase friction, says Thomas Stelter.
Keeping the door open to non-graduates
Maxus, 23 Sep 2016
Traditionally newspapers are dominated by coverage aimed at those attending university (and their empty nester parents) with a strong focus on Fresher’s shenanigans. I have nothing but goodwill for students embarking on the next step,...
The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity draws some of the world’s best creative talent from agencies, clients, media vendors and tech to the south of France. The Lions received a record 43,101 award entries this year. Whilst lucrative for the organisers, it’s also a sobering symbol of a much more cluttered marketing landscape for our clients.
MEC, today released its fifth edition of Review Preview. This collection of global essays recaps the most significant takeaways from the past year and explores how digital transforms the way consumers explore, discover, buy, and engage with products and services as well as with each other, transcending traditional channel boundaries in 2015.
Millward Brown, 2012
The success of marketing communication is judged on a variety of factors, and one of the fundamental criteria is that people remember the ideas conveyed.
MEC Global, 2011
Women who create social content online have much to teach us about communication.
Kantar Media, 2011
Kantar Media take a broad look at the travel category over a six-month period and perform an in-depth analysis of the leading travel segments and advertisers.
Mary Pocsik discusses guidelines for navigating the variety of new media choices now available.
Global TGI, 2011
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