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DMA : Why neurodiverse individuals could help plug skills gaps within the data and marketing industry

DMA : Why neurodiverse individuals could help plug skills gaps within the data and marketing industry

by on February 13, 2019

Kate Burnett, MD of DMA Talent, discusses why businesses need to become more neurodiverse friendly to tap into an underutilised talent pool

There is increasing demand within the data and marketing industry for analytical, data-minded individuals, which could lead to the talent pool becoming stretched.

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2,255 university students decide the UK’s most admired brand – which one is it?

2,255 university students decide the UK’s most admired brand – which one is it?

by on February 12, 2019

**** crowned most admired brand by students.

2,255 students from Campus Society’s platform participated in this survey between 18th-25th January 2019. Responses were collected from 258 universities and colleges across the UK.

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Latest Research : Half of brands are missing out on the benefits of loyalty programmes

Latest Research : Half of brands are missing out on the benefits of loyalty programmes

by on February 11, 2019

Latest research from the DMA and Pure360 reveals the loyalty disconnect between consumers and marketers.

I am pleased to announce that this is the first in a series of articles from the team at the DMA [Editor]

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Buzzoole launches the industry’s first ever benchmarking report

Buzzoole launches the industry’s first ever benchmarking report

by on February 6, 2019

Buzzoole, the leading influencer marketing platform and service in Europe, is launching the industry’s first ever benchmarking report.

It solves the thorny issue of measurement by allowing marketers to prove the effectiveness of influencer marketing.

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What makes sales and service conversations great?

What makes sales and service conversations great?

by on January 31, 2019

Computers, smartphones, and chat bots have changed the face of customer connectivity.

In this world, where features and price can be copied in the blink of an eye, and competitors are just a click, tap or swipe away, customer experience (CX) has become one of the only ways to differentiate and thrive.

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57% of UK consumers would stop watching Netflix if commercials were introduced

57% of UK consumers would stop watching Netflix if commercials were introduced

by on January 18, 2019

According to a new report into Traditional TV, Online Video and Streaming from marketing technology firm,

AudienceProject, 57% of consumers would cancel their Netflix subscription if the company were to add commercials into its streaming service.

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Market research companies in Europe

Market research companies in Europe

by on January 14, 2019

When it comes down to market research, choosing the right company for the job can become tricky, to say the least.

For starters, market research and its effectiveness depend on a variety of different criteria.

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Consumer Research : UK housebuilders failing to communicate

Consumer Research : UK housebuilders failing to communicate

by on January 10, 2019

Advertising agency d.fferent launched the results of its latest consumer research to reveal that a shocking 92% of retirees and 81% of empty nesters feel misunderstood by housebuilders.

Astonishingly almost half of empty nesters and pensioners (43% and 48% respectively) state that they see no communications at all. [Strong, very useful research ..editor ]

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How to choose the best SEO Company in London

How to choose the best SEO Company in London

by on January 2, 2019

There are so many SEO agencies in London, therefore, making it difficult for different clients to select one to cater to their needs. If one chooses the wrong agencies, they might end up getting burned or getting the worst services.

There are two types of SEO companies in London, those that are legit and offer the best services and will also let you know of what they are unable to provide and we also have those that will lie get the business.

These companies will try to meet their end of the bargain through poor SEO techniques.

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Young football fans shunning TV in favour of online for footy info

Young football fans shunning TV in favour of online for footy info

by on December 21, 2018

On what is traditionally the biggest day for football TV viewing figures, younger generations of fans this Boxing Day will turn to online instead of TV to get their fix of footy info, research by Statista finds.

88% of 18–24-year-old football fans will go online this Boxing Day to check scores and read match reports, while only 63% will turn on the TV, 25% will read news in print, 18% will get their info from the radio and 40% will get information from other sources.

Statista’s European Football Benchmark report

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