Commemorating World AIDS Day this week ViiV Healthcare and Shutterstock Studios have partnered to launch “HIV in View,” an online photo gallery created to help shift the world’s perception of HIV and move away from outdated stereotypes.
The 2020s are shaping up to be the decade of audio and sonic branding alongside visual branding and UX, which is becoming a key element of brands strategy, tech innovation and marketing. global audio brand agency amp has identified four burgeoning trends that will go mainstream in 2021, changing the way we listen to and interact with brands.
Facebook has agreed a deal with mainstream news outlets in the UK to pay for content next year, as the social network comes under pressure from the government over its dominance in advertising.
Pinterest and John Lewis & Partners have launched a co-branded Christmas trends campaign offering gift and decorating ideas for the festive period.
Earlier this year, Santander launched PagoFX, an international transfer, service. Here, the financial giant reveals how it managed to produce a full campaign during a pandemic.
Animation studio Aardman have teamed up with feline charity Cats Protection and TV presenter Holly Willoughby for the charity’s Christmas campaign “Casper’s Magical Journey”, inspired by the true story of a young boy and his missing cat.
Improved Internet connectivity and skills have helped many countries to cope with the health and economic crisis from COVID-19. Yet the pandemic has raised the bar for the digital transition and underscores the need to close the digital divides that risk leaving some people and firms worse off than others in a post-COVID world, according to a new OECD report.
Sainsbury’s has decisively taken the top spot in Mediaocean’s fourth annual Top 10 Christmas Ad Rankings, while Amazon and LEGO broke into the top ten for the first time.
Publicis Conseil has created a different kind of Christmas for Orange this year in the new festive campaign that the funny and heartwarming story of a grandad who is given a smartphone on Christmas Eve.
We’re living in an age where celebrity status is no longer confined to traditional ‘celebrities’. Today, if you have something to say and a mobile phone in hand, the possibilities are endless. By creating unique and engaging content and gradually building up an astonishing following on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube, or Twitter, people from all walks of life can become an influencer and get their voices heard.
Spotify grew its paid subscriber base by 27% in Q3 2020 to 144 million. Its monthly active users also increased by 29% year-over-year (YoY) to 320 million.
A brand slogan has the power to influence purchasing decisions, according to data released today. Nearly half of people (47%) said a company’s slogan or mission statement was important when they were deciding to make a purchase.
With Christmas ads now live on our screens, new data from Taboola analyses how the ads have impacted each brands’ pageviews and the changing consumer behaviour around the big ‘reveal’.
Manchester United may not be having their best season on the pitch but the club is top of the league when it comes to Google.
Snapchat is giving away $1 million per day to users who post content using the new ‘Spotlight’ feature, allocating the money based on popularity.
Australian Online ad spend across general display, search and classified all rose significantly in the third quarter, as the country reels from the impact of the Covid-10 pandemic.
Digital product and service company Code Computerlove has launched a range of new services on the back of insights into the key challenges businesses are facing amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
2021 will be the year of Baby Boomers and Gen X, as the pandemic accelerates a more permant shift to online for commerce, finance and social-connectedness, according to new research.
Over half (59%) of influencers have seen an increase in brands wanting to work with them, whilst 50% of brands have allocated more budget to influencer marketing since the pandemic started, according to new research.
As Royal Mail gears up for the Christmas rush, the company is launching a TV advert reminding consumers and business customers of the many ways they can send and return parcels this festive season.