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Amaze One leads the charge to ‘humanise’ CRM

Amaze One leads the charge to ‘humanise’ CRM

by Clare on February 21, 2017

A call to arms across the industry to design for an emotional response to customer communications to deepen engagement and bolster impactAmaze One, the CRM [more…]

Women for Women : Emma Winchurch-Beale named as new World Media Group President and announces deadline extension for World Media Awards

Women for Women : Emma Winchurch-Beale named as new World Media Group President and announces deadline extension for World Media Awards

by Loudmouth PR on February 16, 2017

Alongside her role as International Sales Director at The Washington Post, Emma Winchurch-Beale has been named as 2017 President of the World Media Group, a strategic alliance of the world’s leading international publications to which the Washington Post belongs. She takes over the year-long position from Rupert Turnbull, Vice President EMEA, Time Inc.

One of her first moves in this role is to announce a deadline extension for the World Media Awards (hosted by the World Media Group) from today to next Thursday 23rd February. The World Media Awards (WMAs) are the only awards that celebrate the effectiveness of cross platform, cross border, content-driven advertising. [more…]

Five obstacles to genius content marketing

Five obstacles to genius content marketing

by Loudmouth PR on February 8, 2017

By Sanjay Nazerali, Global Chief Strategy Officer with Carat Global and Co-head Judge at the World Media Awards

As the entry deadline looms for a set of awards I’m involved in that celebrate the best in cross-border content marketing, I can’t help but ponder on one thing: when we know how powerful content marketing can be, why isn’t it at the forefront more?  When we know it cuts through clutter, adds value to people’s lives, builds trust and relevance, why don’t we do more of it?

Entry to the World Media Awards is open until 16th February. [more…]

Advertising sector workers waste up to 20 days every year looking for internal support, new research reveals

Advertising sector workers waste up to 20 days every year looking for internal support, new research reveals

by Clare on December 6, 2016

According to new research undertaken by internal talent engine, ProFinda, employees are wasting valuable work hours looking for support in their roles, as they are unable to identify internal expertise from within their own organisations.

This wasted time supports recent findings by the Government, released in the latest Autumn Statement, which shows the UK is falling far behind its other G7 counterparts including the US (+26% on the UK), France (+27% on the UK) and Germany (+32% on the UK) in terms of GDP output per hour worked. [more…]

How to find good quality business leads and public tenders without having to search hundreds of tender sites  .. Creative Tenders

How to find good quality business leads and public tenders without having to search hundreds of tender sites .. Creative Tenders

by Will Corry on October 29, 2016

Creative Tenders is an online platform, developed to support creative agencies with winning new business across the whole of the UK.

Our Online system reduces the time spent looking for new business, and gives your internal sales team access to good quality business leads and public tenders without having to search hundreds of tender sites.

https://www.creativetenders.co.uk/

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B2B Marketers: E-goi is a multichannel marketing automation platform, including email marketing services / New email marketing newsletter

by Will Corry on October 10, 2016

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Green Square advises 4Ps Marketing on successful acquisition by French based NetBooster

by Clare on September 28, 2016

London, 28 September, 2016:  Today, award winning, independent search marketing agency, 4Ps announces its acquisition by NetBooster - subject to the PAR listed company's shareholder [more…]

AudienceScience’s new partnership with ShiftForward AdForecaster will help advertisers plan campaigns with greater confidence

AudienceScience’s new partnership with ShiftForward AdForecaster will help advertisers plan campaigns with greater confidence

by Loudmouth PR on September 26, 2016

Main picture .. ShiftForward’s CEO, Paulo Cunha,

AudienceScience,  has selected ShiftForward AdForecaster as its partner for ad availability predictions. The integration of ShiftForward AdForecaster into AudienceScience’s platform will make it possible for advertisers to quickly and reliably estimate ad inventory availability in the coming days and weeks, so that they can confidently and accurately build their media plans ahead of time.

This bolsters AudienceScience’s mission to give global advertisers greater control and transparency across their automated digital advertising campaigns. [more…]

AudienceScience expands cross-device capabilities through Screen6 partnership

AudienceScience expands cross-device capabilities through Screen6 partnership

by Loudmouth PR on September 8, 2016

AudienceScience, the maker of AudienceScience® Helios, the advertising automation software global brands use to plan, activate, and analyse addressable media, has announced that it has expanded its industry-leading cross-device targeting and measurement capabilities through a direct integration with Screen6, the global leader in cross-device identity management.

The partnership increases the accuracy of the tools, functionality and controls brand advertisers need to run addressable media campaigns, at global scale, within today's increasingly fragmented media and device landscape.

Advertisers using AudienceScience® Helios can now leverage Screen6's unique audience graph capabilities to comprehensively measure the reach and frequency of their addressable media, gain insights into cross-device conversion attribution, target at scale, and frequency cap across channels, all in a privacy-compliant manner.

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Industry should lead by Google’s example to penalise ‘intrusive interstitials”

Industry should lead by Google’s example to penalise ‘intrusive interstitials”

by James on August 26, 2016

Comment from Paul Thompson, VP EMEA, Blis

This week, Google has announced it will take down and potentially penalise “intrusive interstitials” on mobile web pages from January, reinforcing its commitment to providing the optimal mobile search experience for its users.

According to Google, this will mean that “pages where content is not easily accessible to a user on the transition from the mobile search results may not rank as highly,” as ‘’they provide a poorer experience to users than other pages where content is immediately accessible."

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