Brand Strategy

Digital Marketing

What it took to rebrand the Yahoo7 business

It was a rebrand challenge two-a-half years and one arguably large misstep in the making. Following the acquisitions of AOL in 2015 and Yahoo in July 2016, US-based telco giant, Verizon, set out on a mission to unify and rebrand its media, adtech and Internet properties as one global offering. The resulting ​umbrella entity, Oath,​ was officially unveiled in June 2017 at Cannes.

Leadership

5 lessons from building the KIIS brand

It’s been five years since the Australian Radio Network (ARN) launched KIIS 1065, a new-look station to house Sydney FM breakfast duo, The Kyle & Jackie O Show. And if there’s one thing chief marketing officer, Anthony Xydis, is quick to pinpoint as a lesson, it’s the importance of recognising where opportunity lies.

Leadership

What Australia Day advertising says about brand purpose and cultural leadership

Is Australia Day too tainted a concept for brands to be associating with? How important is taking a stance on the nation’s increasingly controversial day of national celebration in light of the wider need and desire for brands to take a purpose-led approach? And should more of our iconic local brands be taking a position on Australian identity?

Digital Marketing

Marketing when you're not allowed to market

​It can’t be easy establishing a brand, and a marketplace, for a product that is not only illegal in many countries, but also banned from traditional marketing channels.

Digital Marketing

12 ways this CMO is securing the future of a fast-growth B2B brand

Here, the global CMO of CrowdStrike, Johanna Flower, outlines key ways she’s helped accelerate the company's rapid growth geographically and commercially, work that’s led to a market valuation of $3 billion and the vendor becoming a highly respected leader in the cybersecurity space.

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State of the CMO 2018

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Why you can’t afford to fail at CX in 2019

In 1976 Apple launched. The business would go on to change the game, setting the bar for customer experience (CX). Seamless customer experience and intuitive designs gave customers exactly what they wanted, making other service experiences pale in comparison.

Damian Kernahan

Founder and CEO, Proto Partners

Natural born leaders

Many business and marketing managers progressing to leadership positions face evolving their focus from operational matters to strategic decision making and planning.

Jean-Luc Ambrosi

Author, marketer

Using artificial intelligence to surprise your customers

​We have expected artificial intelligence (AI) will become part of our everyday lives for quite some time.

Katja Forbes

Founder and chief, sfyte

It is an accepted fact that in the present times the mass makes use of digital marketing more often and are more and more enlightened wit...

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Why RMIT is partnering with Adobe for digital marketing learning

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If men were really the dominating brutes that feminist make them out to be ,then women really would be second class citizens. Without th...

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Analysis: Gillette's latest ad only proves why brands standing for positive change is vital

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In 2019 Augmented Reality plays a vital role in marketing campaign its new way to engaged user with digital content. Try Augmented Realit...

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Predictions: 9 digital marketing trends for 2019

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We're going to have more agencies than audiences soon!

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JWT's Mirum digital agency ramps up Australian push

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I think the key word here is 'caution' do you really have anything valuable to add. If not silence is a smart approach. Clients are smart...

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What Australia Day advertising says about brand purpose and cultural leadership

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