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What will the successful campaigns of the future look like?

by Will Corry on April 18, 2014

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Native in-stream ads will soon dominate social media advertising

by Will Corry on April 16, 2014

BII native ad forecast

Depending on who you talk to, native advertising has many
definitions. In the context of social media, we define
native advertising as: Ads that are seamlessly integrated
into a user's feed and are nearly indistinguishable from organic content.

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Digital Heavyweight Event : David Rowan, Editor Wired UK, Nicola Mendelsohn, Facebook VP EMEA & Dan Cobley, MD Google UK set to speak at Teradata Connect 2014

by Assistant Editor on April 16, 2014

Teradata, a global leader in analytic data platforms, marketing applications and consulting services, has revealed details of its upcoming pan-European conference, Connect 2014. The annual event, now in its ninth year, will take place in London at Stamford Bridge, home of the famous Chelsea Football Club, on June 3-4, 2014.

For more information and registrations please visit: www.teradata.com/connect2014

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Video : Greggs puts its coffee to the test in #TopSecret campaign

by Will Corry on April 16, 2014

Greggs, the UK’s leading bakery food-on-the-go-retailer, has launched its first above-the-line campaign this year, designed to promote its new coffee blend and position its ‘Always Fresh. Always Tasty’message.

The integrated campaign which comprises radio, national press, PR, interactive mobile advertising and social media activity, kicked off recently with a national blind taste test – the biggest ever undertaken by the retailer.

The @topsecretcoffee experiential campaign saw a uniquely branded van take to the road touring seven cities in seven days across the UK, covering 1,342 miles across Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff and Bristol, challenging the taste of the brand’s unique blend against people’s perceptions of popular high street coffee brands.

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Why consumers don’t care – Contagious Communications

by Will Corry on April 16, 2014

From www.contagious.com

With Airbnb’s latest round of funding destined to make billionaires of the founders - the first to be spawned by a ‘sharing economy’ startup - a Cass Business School .....

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The Knights of the Roundabout – the famous names of London’s Tech City

by Will Corry on April 16, 2014

Mind Candy founder: Michael Acton Smith

Part 1 of The Silicon 60: a who's who of London's tech start-up scene

The Knights of the Roundabout, these are the famous names of Tech City.

Some were there first; all are right at the centre, right now.

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Haygarth launches mobile responsive site for Rachel’s Organic

by Will Corry on April 16, 2014

Creative agency Haygarth @We_Are_Haygarth has designed and launched a fully responsive new website for Rachel’s Organic – www.rachelsorganic.co.uk Rachel’s identified a mobile site as the next logical step in their consumers’ journey.

Following a full website refresh for Rachel’s two years ago, Haygarth was tasked with designing and building a fully responsive site for Rachel’s core consumer base of upmarket, affluent and stylish women; aged 30 to 65. The new website is the latest digital investment for the brand undertaken by Haygarth. [more…]

Top social sales thought leaders and their specific strategies, tips and /or examples of using sales intelligence and social media

by Will Corry on April 15, 2014

Jon Ferrara (CEO, Nimble)

"Sales intelligence boils down to any information or context you as a salesperson use in the sales process to better establish trust, rapport, expertise and suitability of yourself or your company in order to make the sale. Ultimately, people (buyers) purchase from people they trust and want to do business with you."

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Research : Londoners fork out more than twice the amount of the rest of the country on each online order

by Will Corry on April 14, 2014

Londoners spend more than twice as much per purchase online than the rest of the UK

Web users in London spend on average more than twice as much as their provincial counterparts every time they make a purchase online according to new research from Customer Experience Management (CXM) platform @qubitgroup Qubit.  The average online order value in London is £268.00 compared to just £100.23 for internet shoppers in the rest of the UK.

However, this doesn’t mean that Londoners are an easy target for internet retailers – whilst they spend more with each purchase, they tend to be more picky, with an average conversion rate (e.g. the percentage of visitors who go on to purchase) standing at 2.07% compared to a non-London average of 2.32%.

http://www.qubitproducts.com/

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