Get in Touch

Advertising

Formula One’s ‘outdated’ use of grid girls under ‘strong review’

by on December 15, 2017

[more…]

Coke happiness machine gets naughty – this video won’t be up for long

by on December 3, 2017

Oldie but goldie from 2012

We're pretty sure Coke isn't going to like this. We're pretty sure this video won't be up for long. We're pretty sure the people who created the video had a lot of fun making it. We're pretty sure all the girls hugging the machine need to go get a real man. And we're pretty sure we really, really like this spoof.

Watch the NSFW video here.... [more…]

Wellbeing. What does it mean? How can we improve it? Should your business care about it? … NABS

by on November 23, 2017

[more…]

VCCP Media’s 6th Innovation Challenge sees Global Media crowned as winner

VCCP Media’s 6th Innovation Challenge sees Global Media crowned as winner

by on November 16, 2017

Global Media were crowned winners of VCCP Media’s 6th annual Innovation Challenge last night!

The event saw VCCP Media welcome a handful of select media owners who’d successfully navigated their way through the gruelling entry process. The entrants went head-to-head in a challenge to unearth the best media innovations in the industry. 

[more…]

New White Paper : The world of marketing has changed. Has the CMO?

by on October 25, 2017

[more…]

bigdog launches Aviva Community Fund’s 2017 campaign

bigdog launches Aviva Community Fund’s 2017 campaign

by on October 23, 2017

The Aviva Community Fund is an initiative that lends a helping hand to local communities by offering support and funding for inspirational local causes.

Projects could receive funding of from up to £1,000 up to £25,000. To get involved visit www.aviva.co.uk/community-fund

Full-service, integrated advertising and marketing agency, bigdog, today announces details of its latest creative work for the Aviva Community Fund, a core part of Aviva’s corporate responsibility programme.

The campaign seeks to inspire local community groups to submit applications for support, and funding of between £1k and £25k, for causes and projects that make a real difference in their local communities.

[more…]

Movers and Groovers : Jon Sharpe announced as CEO, VML Europe

by on October 5, 2017

Sharpe will run VML London and focus on growth of VML’s European network

VML has hired Jon Sharpe as CEO, Europe. Sharpe will focus on the growth of VML London, as well as oversee the agency’s European operations and future expansion throughout the continent.

He will be based in VML’s London office where clients include brands such as Bridgestone, Colgate-Palmolive, the International Olympic Committee and PepsiCo. Sharpe will begin this position in January 2018.

[more…]

Delete unveils fresh customer-centric digital presence for property services leader Carter Jonas

Delete unveils fresh customer-centric digital presence for property services leader Carter Jonas

by on September 26, 2017

Latest: Carter Jonas, the national property consultancy, has launched a new online presence, supported by digital agency Delete. Carter Jonas’ new website reflects and enhances the business’ role in delivering a highly personalised customer experience for its clients.

Created with the objective of delivering a fresh, ‘best in class’ presence which showcases Carter Jonas’ expansive product offering,

Delete www.deleteagency.com worked with the firm to redesign and restructure the site for better conversion and engagement with Carter Jonas’ clients, by streamlining and enhancing the entire user experience.

Watch the short video summary

[more…]

Research : Consumers sick of interruptive mobile ads

Research : Consumers sick of interruptive mobile ads

by on September 8, 2017

Pop-ups and ads that sit in middle of page are most annoying formats

The three most annoying mobile ad formats are those which prevent content being consumed, according to a new study by Inskin Media, in collaboration with On Device Research.

People regard pop-up ads (cited by 28% of respondents) as the most annoying mobile formats, closely followed by ads that sit in the middle of the screen (26%), along with ads that delay the page loading (18%) – all of which interrupt content being consumed. In contrast, ads which compete for attention, such as those that move down the page alongside the content (13%) or sit at the top and bottom of the page (8%) are much less annoying.

[more…]

BBC reports on the rise of fake Facebook promotions … PromoVeritas

BBC reports on the rise of fake Facebook promotions … PromoVeritas

by on September 8, 2017

If your promotional posts are planned properly your followers should be able to spot the real thing. For help and advice running all types of promotions contact PromoVeritas on +44 203 325 6000 or email info@promoveritas.com.

This week the BBC have raised the growing issue of fake Facebook promotions or ‘raffles’ that scam the public. The Victoria Derbyshire programme interviewed victims of scammers who set up raffle pages for prizes such as iPads, holidays and cash without a gambling license.

[more…]