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Sensis report: Social media numbers dip but wider usage apparent

The number of Australian businesses and individuals on social media channels slipped over the past year, but paid advertising, mobile and stronger usage trends show a vital communications and engagement channel, the latest Sensis report claims.

Social Media

Philips CMO's new marketing command centre

You don’t build a brand by advertising, you build it by fostering customer advocacy, Philips’ VP and chief marketing officer, Damien Cummings, claims.

Social Media

How News Corp is growing its digital audience

The new content-heavy digital age is pulling publishers away from traditional, marketing strategies towards building strategic and highly targeted communities using their own channels.

Digital Marketing

Marin kicks off 2015 ad tech M&A activity with SocialMoov acquisition

Ad technology platform provider, Marin Software, has acquired social advertising player, SocialMoov, for US$18.75 million. The deal, one of the first in the ad tech space in 2015, comes off the back of a huge year for mergers and acquisitions across the industry, according to a new report.

Social Media

2015 State of Marketing: Marketers ramp up mobile, social spend

Marketers are ramping up spending on social and mobile activities and capabilities, and see CRM, mobile apps and marketing analytics as core technologies for building customer engagement, according to the 2015 State of Marketing Report from Salesforce.

Social Media

Instagram rolls out ads in Australia

Instagram has begun rolling out its advertising platform to Australian users 12 months after the social media site launched its inaugural offering in the US.

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How to design for a speculative future

For a while now, I have been following a fabulous design strategy and research colleague, Tatiana Toutikian, a speculative designer. This is someone specialising in calling out near future phenomena, what the various aspects of our future will be, and how the design we create will support it.

Katja Forbes

Managing director of Designit, Australia and New Zealand

The obvious reason Covidsafe failed to get majority takeup

Online identity is a hot topic as more consumers are waking up to how their data is being used. So what does the marketing industry need to do to avoid a complete loss of public trust, in instances such as the COVID-19 tracing app?

Dan Richardson

Head of data, Verizon Media

Brand or product placement?

CMOs are looking to ensure investment decisions in marketing initiatives are good value for money. Yet they are frustrated in understanding the value of product placements within this mix for a very simple reason: Product placements are broadly defined and as a result, mean very different things to different people.

Michael Neale and Dr David Corkindale

University of Adelaide Business School and University of South Australia

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