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by on September 1, 2013


Experiential advertising / Animals from down under welcome passengers at Edinburgh Airport

by on September 1, 2013

Edinburgh Zoo has launched an experiential advertising campaign this summer to showcase its newly revamped “Koala Territory” – home to the UK’s only koalas. This innovative campaign, booked and planned with JCDecaux Airport by The Media Shop, will reach the domestic and international audiences as they arrive in the city’s airport. [more…]

Important news for B2B marketers : Make full use of reader tracking of your articles in theMarketingblog (Shaken) combined with bespoke email campaigns (Stirred)

by on August 30, 2013

A brand new service from theMarketingblog designed to turn interest in your content into worthwhile new orders. Better still - we are linking up with StrategyMix to give you even more leads

The objective is to combine results obtained from the reader tracking on multiple articles appearing in (Shaken) with bespoke result-driven email campaigns to (a) the prospects generated via themarketingblog and (b) your current database via our partner StrategyMix (Stirred).  It’s explained in more depth here

Here's a challenge and a 'happy' extra benefit.  Test us - Send us an article for theMarketingblog. Contact Will Corry, 01784 434 412 We will give it pride of place in both our Word Press site and in the 25,000 reach award winning newsletter. All at no charge. It’s a no brainer – please rush us your success story.


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Who else wants ‘over £500k of proposals being generated?’

by on August 16, 2013


VisitScotland to spend £2.5m marketing Glasgow 2014

by on July 22, 2013

Tourism chiefs reveal details of plans to promote Glasgow and the rest of Scotland at home and abroad ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games.


‘Beyond Fifty’ Research / People living in rural Scotland need a bigger budget

by on July 5, 2013

People living in rural Scotland need a bigger budget than elsewhere in the UK to achieve a minimum standard of living, a report says.


All about Outbrain, Clearasil, APS Group Scotland, Aberdeen International Youth Festival

by on June 9, 2013

April 2013 saw the publication of the annual Brand Finance Global top 50 Cosmetics Brands with Clearasil entering for the first time (ranked 32), thanks to continued brand innovation and its growing popularity in developing markets.

RB’s Clearasil range is one of the UK’s best-known young skincare brand and has been a trusted choice by young people to help combat spots and blemishes for over 50 years.    The range has been the subject of innovation and investment particularly since Reckitt Benckiser acquired the brand in 2006.


Who else wants a FREE 21-page social media guide which helps you start generating leads and revenue from your social media efforts?

by on May 28, 2013

Business Consort are offering theMarketingblog's readers a FREE 21-page social media guide to help you start generating leads and revenue from your social media efforts.

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TheMarketingblog is pleased to announce a partnership with Business Consort - The Digital & Social Media Academy he Digital & Social Media Academy is one of the world leading training organisations and is accredited by The Chartered Institute of Marketing.

Director and Digital Specialist Dawn McGruer FRSA – established the business back in 2005 and has since been invited to become a Fellow of the RSA – The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce founded in 1754. This invite comes as recognition of her expertise in the field of social media marketing and her work to raise awareness of the advantages of social media to business owners.

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Octaspring Research / Revealed – Strangest and most wacky places people have slept

by on May 14, 2013

Revealed: The Top 10 Strangest Sleeping Spots

To celebrate the end of this year’s National Bed Month, the innovative mattress brand, Octaspring, has commissioned a survey polling 3,000 UK residents, looking into the strangest and most wacky places people have slept.

Whilst many people know the importance of getting a good night’s sleep, over a third of those surveyed (35%) admit to sleeping in a strange and uncomfortable place – perhaps reinforcing the fact that the majority of the UK (51%), struggle to get a good night’s sleep, thus, leaving the British notorious as a ‘nation of insomniacs’!*