For digital media, advertising and numerous other industries, automation is the key solution needed to improve efficacy and efficiency, allowing businesses to outperform the competition.
Even in the Ad world, Client Servicing departments are part of the old, tried and true Ad Agency adage… but things have been taking a turn.
In the world of communications, there is a stereotype that corporate comms, with their technicalities and legalities, aren’t creative. So, how do you go about changing perceptions around corporate and sustainability comms?
The Games, as well as the Paralympics, create a unique opportunity for businesses to connect with their customers around something that resonates across the board: sport.
Before marketers get too optimistic that the old days will soon be here again, it’s looking more like a slow transition back to normal. Enter the hybrid event.
With the rise and rise of digital marketing, advertisers have sophisticated tools at their disposal to measure and auto tweak ad effectiveness in real-time.
Forward thinking marketers focused on performance strategies and methods have noticed an undeniable shift — especially within partnership and affiliate marketing.
More and more brands are wanting to appear on TikTok, and the platform seems to have achieved a rare level of viral popularity among the most desirable audiences. TikTok, however, is not a typical media platform. Here are some very important points to consider for brands that want to get onto the newest, most popular digital platform.
It was only last week that the world learned the private information of employees and customers of McDonald’s had been stolen, in yet another example of cybercriminals infiltrating high-profile global companies.
Never before has it been as important for retailers and brands to understand the driving forces behind consumers’ decisions to move or improve their homes.
Virtual events can seem like strange and unengaging substitutes for in-person events, but the truth is that they are rich with opportunities to build personal connections.
Despite gathering significant momentum in recent years, the concept of diversity seems to remain a separate workstream for many businesses, as opposed to manifesting itself as a significant shift in policy, process, and approach.
The economic impact of the pandemic has not been spread equally. Hard-hit industries like travel, retail and automotive were forced to rethink fundamental principles underpinning their normal business practices. While some faced hardships due to a prolonged disruption in trading, others capitalised on this new digital-first environment.
Your brand strategy was never destined to succeed. Months of work, resources, discussions, and meetings that somehow never get you to the gold at the end of that proverbial rainbow. It’s a chronic problem caused by the system we’re working both in and against.
Coming from the world of a creative agency, it can be hard to fully appreciate all of the digital advancements the industry has experienced in the last 5-10 years. Companies have talked about breaking down silos for years now, but implementing change is notoriously difficult.
In the privacy and a loyalty-forward world of empowered consumers, brand leaders are eager to understand what drives demand. When playing the long game of building customer relationships, customer mapping becomes ever more important and as such, it’s crucial to get it right.
As we’ve been forced to rethink all aspects of our industry over the past year it’s also time to rethink how we approach ad buying in the TV space. It’s time to reassess what the best process is not only for media owners but for buyers.
The imminent UK government ban on advertising products that are high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) is almost certainly well-intentioned. But it is also heavy-handed, especially given the positive impact of industry self-regulation, as well as the advanced technologies available to manage and control ad exposure.
Milk, vodka, lamb and Walmart…these aren’t a shopping list, but some of Jonathan Waecker’s favourite ad campaigns. Here the US-expat and Chief Customer Officer for New Zealand retail giant The Warehouse Group explains why these ads have stuck with him.
Generation Z is arguably the choosiest when it comes to the brands they support. But as 20-something entrepreneurs Nik Mirkovic and Alex Tomic prove, if you get your product and comms strategy right, you can ride the wave of approval and build a really strong brand.
The online shopping experience on many websites can feel like being dropped in the middle of a warehouse — especially for something like grocery where there are thousands of products to choose from.