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Personalisation in marketing

The CMO Show: From printing press to personalisation with Lee Hawksley

by The CMO Show | 23 Sep 2016 | in The CMO Show

It’s no secret the world of marketing is changing at lightning speed. Marketers are leveraging the power of personalisation to deliver great customer experiences as new technologies and user demands continue to grow. In this episode of The More >

fast food marketing

The social media diet: Are our news feeds making us healthier?

by Rian Newman | 23 Sep 2016 | in Stories

What if the next time you found yourself buying a Big Mac the cashier asked you to put up a photo of it on Instagram and share the moment with your friends?  I’m guessing you’d More >

Are blogs dead?

The blog is dead! Long live the blog! Just like zombies

by Mark Jones | 19 Sep 2016 | in Opinion

You’ve probably heard this echo across the interwebs: Are blogs dead? At one level, the question is right up there with chatter about email. It was supposed to die in the early 2000s, except that More >

social change

Campaign watch: Proof that a campaign CAN enact social change

by Megan Wright | 16 Sep 2016 | in Stories

What do you get when you bring together a unique creative brief, more than 140 talented individuals and an event that only comes around every four years? (No, it’s not the opener to a bad More >

B2B and B2C content marketing

Explain to me: The difference between B2B and B2C content marketing

by Samantha Waterworth | 12 Sep 2016 | in Stories

Many find it difficult to grasp the deep and nuanced difference between B2B and B2C content marketing but, as Samantha Waterworth explores, it pays to know the difference… Marketers talk often – and at length More >

creativity in marketing

The CMO Show: Anne Miles on having the balls to be creative in marketing

by Filtered Media | 08 Sep 2016 | in The CMO Show

How do you define creativity? Is it the process of painting beautiful pictures and making music that inspires you? Is it the process of consuming and interpreting content, creations and collaborations in the world around More >


Marketers you’re on notice: We’re hyper-connected and pissed off

by Mark Jones | 05 Sep 2016 | in Opinion

It’s not enough to be polite, respond quickly, apologise and ‘be human’. Now brands have to understand and overcome the impatience and angry reactionism of hyper-connected communities in collective crisis, says Mark Jones. I stumbled More >

PR stunt

Campaign watch: Double Robotics wins big with PR stunt

by Rian Newman | 02 Sep 2016 | in Stories

In the world of PR, launching a product into a zero awareness market can seem like an impossible challenge – unless you turn that to your advantage. On a shoestring budget and facing plummeting consumer More >