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Report: Australian ad spend to grow 9.1 per cent in 2021

Australia’s advertising spend is expected to grow by 9.1 per cent in 2021 as the sector makes a quicker and stronger recovery than expected but will still trail 2019 investment levels as some channels take longer to bounce back from the global pandemic.

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Local app to give social media a G-rating

Australian software developer and cybersecurity expert, Mick Esber, will this September launch the beta version of bhapi, a safe social media platform he has developed for Apple and Android.

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Bringing community engagement to life digitally

Building community engagement and loyalty through gamification, mixed reality activations and tailored communications is the name of the game for Ranfurlie Shopping Centres after investing in a new digital platform.

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How Cure Cancer is reaching streamers and gamers using personalised communications

Among the many sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, fundraising has been hit especially hard. But one charitable organisation found a way to keep funds flowing through the depths of the pandemic and beyond, by working with a community that is generally considered hard to reach by marketers – online gamers and streamers.

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CMO profile: Bringing data-driven marketing to farming

Livestock farm management platform, AgriWebb, has gone from startup seven years ago to having 15 million head of livestock under management across more than 30 million hectares in Australia alone. That’s not including the farmers using its platform in the UK, South Africa and, soon, the US, where it has just opened an office in Denver, Colorado.

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Bridging the digital divide in 2021

One of the lasting legacies of 2020 will be the boost it gave to digitalisation projects in Australia, as consumer flocked to the Internet to buy groceries, order food and entertain themselves.

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Advertisers, agencies buying into digital, programmatic out-of-home

​Almost one-quarter of Australian agencies traded digital out-of-home (DOOH) inventory during 2020, a third are getting into programmatic digital out-of-home and greater creative experimentation is on its way in FY22 and beyond, the IAB reports. The latest figures come as the Outdoor Media Association also reports a triple-digit increase in net media revenue across the category to $203.3 million for Q2, 2021, with DOOH picking up the lion’s share.

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