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Delete unveils new branded content collaboration with Movember and WeTransfer

Delete unveils new branded content collaboration with Movember and WeTransfer

by Clare on October 12, 2017

Latest : The Movember Foundation has partnered with digital agency Delete to deliver a branded content campaign to support Movember this autumn.

Following a donation of free ad space from WeTransfer, Delete worked in collaboration with Movember to take advantage of the support the site’s seven million impressions would give the charity’s 2017 campaign. In line with the visual nature of WeTransfer,

Delete has designed a series of digital canvases to bring the campaign to life in an artistic manner, aimed to inspire new ‘Mo Bros’ and ‘Mo Sistas’ to sign up and raise awareness that Movember is much more than just growing a moustache.  http://www.deleteagency.com

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B60 continues global expansion following JV deal with Fanaticus Inc.

B60 continues global expansion following JV deal with Fanaticus Inc.

by Contributing Editor on October 12, 2017

B60, a leading mobile strategy consultancy and emerging technology development company, has forged a joint venture (JV) partnership with Dublin-based fan engagement agency Fanaticus Inc., to create B60 Europe.

Fanaticus Inc., led by Founder and Director Trevor O’Rourke and CEO Karl Mulligan, will bring new expertise to B60 and bolster its digital transformation offering to sport and commercial organisations across Europe, further growing B60’s digital strategy services. With the two companies having extensively worked together for the past 18 months, this corporate association will further solidify their relationship. [more…]

How direct and digital are colliding to capitalise on real time marketing

How direct and digital are colliding to capitalise on real time marketing

by Contributing Editor on October 6, 2017

By Phil Andrews FIDM, Executive Chairman, Ignition D4

Relying on past behaviour to inform the future is not good enough anymore.

Predicting the needs of the consumer, connecting the dots in real-time and offering relevant, non-intrusive communications faster than the competition is the ultimate sweetspot for any brand. It’s about what is happening now, not what happened then.

But you need to know who the customer is, where they are going, what they are doing and saying, and then capitalise on that information at speed and at scale.

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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 Clare 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.

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Poor web performance damages 68 per cent of customer relationships

by Contributing Editor on April 11, 2017

New research by digital agency hosting specialist Wirehive has found more than two thirds (68 per cent) of UK consumers feel their opinion of a brand would be negatively affected by website downtime – the period when a website crashes, stopping people from logging on.

The survey of 1,000 UK consumers revealed the inconvenience of bad web hosting will put people off buying from brands in the long-term, as 57 per cent felt they would avoid buying from a brand because of downtime. It also found negative experiences online are common, with 45 per cent reporting they had been shut out of a website they were visiting with the aim to buy something in the week before they were polled. Over half of consumers (55 per cent) reported difficulty in reaching a site to check a product or service out.

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Thomson launches ultimate campaign ahead of TUI rebrand

Thomson launches ultimate campaign ahead of TUI rebrand

by James on December 19, 2016

Thomson is launching a campaign to showcase the special moments it provides for holidaymakers at its resorts, ahead of its rebrand to TUI late 2017.

The campaign, created by RKCR/Y&R, comprises of TV, radio, print, digital, VOD, broadcast idents, social and in-store. Entitled ‘Moments’, the campaign represents a shift from Thomson’s previous positioning based around the power of transformations a holiday can bring. Instead the new campaign focuses on those holiday moments that truly matter and stay in the memory forever, brought to you by Thomson. [more…]

Sitting on the toilet is third most popular spot for millennials Christmas Gift shopping

Sitting on the toilet is third most popular spot for millennials Christmas Gift shopping

by James on December 9, 2016

UK consumers are going to be Christmas gift shopping harder than ever before on their smartphones this Christmas, according to new research by digital analytics company Catchpoint.

A majority (47%) of all respondents of all ages say they use their smartphone to shop and nearly a third of all British shoppers (29%) say they will do more online shopping on their smartphone this Christmas.

However, Millennials (aged 20-30) are much more likely than older shoppers to use their smartphones to shop with 46% of younger shoppers compared to only 12% of older shoppers aged over 50 years, saying they’ll do more gift shopping on their mobiles than last year. [more…]

Movers and Groovers : Delete appoints Philippe Feraille as Client Services Director

Movers and Groovers : Delete appoints Philippe Feraille as Client Services Director

by Clare on December 8, 2016

Following a year of continued growth, London and Leeds-based digital agency Delete have appointed Philippe Feraille as their new Client Services Director.

Having previously held the position of Business Director at Omnicom’s production network agency eg+ worldwide (TBWA Network) and hub+ (BBDO Network), Feraille joins the Delete team with the focus of growing and maintaining highly successful, long term relationships with the agency’s growing client base. The role will see him responsible for developing the agency’s ‘Digital Success Framework’ for key client accounts and enhancing the value-focused business partnerships already in place. [more…]

Glassbox Digital – Gartner predicts 20% of brands will have abandoned their apps by 2019

Glassbox Digital – Gartner predicts 20% of brands will have abandoned their apps by 2019

by James on December 6, 2016

Yaron Morgenstern, CEO at Glassbox

Glassbox has today revealed the top trends organisations will be focusing on in 2017, to improve customer interactions and transactions across digital channels, as well as cross-departmental improvements to optimise customer service and meet pending changes in regulation.

Based on our close work with many leading global organisations, we’re able to foresee that digital transformation will continue to be the overarching theme of the coming year, with mobile strategies, compliance and the move of business (big data) analytics from a siloed to a more cross-departmental approach also being major trends.

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Research shows no shift in declining cinema attendance – so how does cinema make a comeback?

Research shows no shift in declining cinema attendance – so how does cinema make a comeback?

by James on November 28, 2016

Comment by Salena Katiyar | Project Manager at Vox Pops International

The consistent decline in ticket sales that cinemas have been experiencing in the past 10 years doesn’t seem to be coming to an end. Due to the cultural momentum in digital ownership, ‘Dinner and a movie’ has either been replaced, with ‘Netflix and chill’ or more social/experiential movie going, such as Secret Cinema and Open Air cinema experiences.

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