The World Media Group (WMG), a strategic alliance of ten of the world’s leading premium media brands, was conscious of the growing demand from advertisers for better viewability performance. In addition, in an era of fake news, it wanted to explore whether ads seen on trusted media websites were viewed more attentively by consumers.
It therefore commissioned analysis to assess the overall performance of the inventory of WMG brands during Q3 2016. [more…]
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UK retailers are missing out on £2bn in online revenue each year due to slow websites and not having guest checkouts, according to a new report on ecommerce performance, by online retailing specialist Summit. Argos and Sainsbury’s topped the table of the UK’s 50 biggest retailers, with John Lewis, Screwfix and Tesco following closely behind.
The bottom position is jointly held by Dorothy Perkins, Superdrug, Topshop, and Evans with a score of 56%. Topshop scored only 13% for online customer service, as a result of slow response times and limited contact options for customers. To find out more and to download the full report, visit summit.co.uk/scorecard
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— Global DMC Partners (@GlobalDMCs) October 28, 2016
These things are terrific for making a simple stand look something special. They come with a full install and support service too. [more…]
— Will Corry (@slievemore) October 17, 2016
Southampton FC has launched its new club website in partnership with digital agency, Delete [more…]
Consumers’ obsession with their phones meant the amount companies spent on mobile display ads overtook that of PC/tablet display for the first time, as people, particularly women and 16-24s, now spend more internet time on their mobiles than on PCs. [more…]