ITV’s Love Island was the reality show success story of the summer. New research uncovers which brands benefited from the TV series, indicating that official sponsorship was not the only route to success.
Online media giants including Google and Facebook are to restrict content from Alex Jones, a right wing political pundit, and his blog Infowars, for breaching their guidelines in a move against “hate content”.
People are now less inclined to trust messages that are delivered via push advertising than in the past, preferring to discover new products themselves; favouring ‘pull’ channels such as a friend’s recommendation, browsing in store or an online search, according to a new study.
Post-GDPR research reveals that 73% of consumers avoid long contracts, opting instead for flexible options – even if they are more expensive.
WhatsApp has launched a pay-to-use tools for businesses to communicate with their customers, as the chat app also plans to run ads on the platform later this year.
Marketing software firm Cheetah Digital has bought Stellar Loyalty, a provider of cloud-based customer engagement and loyalty software.
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 has launched its Public Ballot, backed by an inclusive marketing and PR campaign called ‘Are you in?’, ahead of the competition hosted in England and Wales next year.
Amazon has topped the list of the 6th annual Most Innovative Tech Brands survey conducted by Brand Keys, with General Motors, Hulu, Lyft, Instagram, Nike also making the list.
Premium burger chain Five Guys is using Looker’s data platform to boost insights and decision making both inside and outside of store locations.
Human rights organization Amnesty Internationa has chosen Preservica’s active digital preservation software to create a new digital archive for the organization’s International Secretariat.
As businesses strive to meet the needs of today’s digitally empowered consumer there is a gap between businesses knowing what drives digital effectiveness and current digital practices, according to new research.
Companies which already have an online presence are beefing up their marketing strategies, and the rest are rapidly moderating their business models to ensure compatibility with a promptly evolving digital world.
A slow running website is worse for business than one that is not working at all, according to new research.
The IAB Europe Using Data Effectively in Programmatic White Paper (first published in November 2016) has been updated to reflect the changing nature of the European data landscape.
Businesses are increasingly identify digital marketing as the best way to reach consumers, tell their company’s story, and give voice to their brand, according to new research.
Google’s parent company Alphabet has beaten earnings expectations, getting $32.7bn in revenue in the three months to the end of June, after the firm reported stronger ad sales than expected.
KFC partnered with Super Deluxe to run a four-hour live stream of cats exploring a model of the brand’s mascot and founder Colonel Sanders.
Facebook has suspended analytics firm Crimson Hexagon amid apparent concerns it may have carried out wide-spread surveillance of users.
Less than two-thirds (58%) of banner ads served met minimum viewability guidelines, and display ads are viewed for five seconds longer than the international average, according to new research.
3 in 5 marketers (60%) are not very confident in their team’s ability to effectively allocate marketing budget, and only change it once a year, according to new research.