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May

24

2017

How M&S is getting ‘more bang for its buck’ in marketing

The retailer cut its marketing budget by £23m last year, but it says effectiveness has improved as social media and the Sparks loyalty card help it to do more with less.

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May

24

2017

Sainsbury’s shifts its recruitment advertising in a bid to challenge Google and Facebook

Chief data officer Andy Day says the supermarket is putting analytics at the core of its business as it aims to disrupt the likes of Google and Facebook.

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May

24

2017

Cawston Press on how it is making fizzy drinks ‘relevant again’

The soft drinks brand says a focus on quality will allow it to buck the trend of falling soft drink sales and tack on giants such as Coca-Cola in the space.

The post Cawston Press on how it is making fizzy drinks ‘relevant again’ appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

24

2017

Marketoonist on programmatic advertising

Tom Fishburne is founder of Marketoon Studios. Follow his work at marketoonist.com or on Twitter @tomfishburne See more of the Marketoonist here

The post Marketoonist on programmatic advertising appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

24

2017

How Shell has bridged the gap between brand marketing and data

The transition from brand marketer to global head of CRM at Shell Retail has taught Sherine Yap the value of commerciality, storytelling and being pragmatic.

The post How Shell has bridged the gap between brand marketing and data appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

24

2017

Mark Ritson: Trump is single-handedly saving the news industry

Donald Trump's chaotic presidency is highlighting the importance of trusted news brands and driving consumers towards the only model that can save the industry - paid subscriptions.

The post Mark Ritson: Trump is single-handedly saving the news industry appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

23

2017

Marketers returning to commission-based pay models for agencies

Marketers are increasingly moving away from paying their agencies based on fees and incentives and instead adopting compensation models in a bid to 'simplify' pay models, according to a ANA report.

The post Marketers returning to commission-based pay models for agencies appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

23

2017

Google turns to AI in bid to move on from last-click attribution

The internet giant claims its “cutting edge” machine learning work will help advertisers better understand the consumer journey and therefore how their marketing leads to a sale.

The post Google turns to AI in bid to move on from last-click attribution appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

23

2017

EasyJet CEO Carolyn McCall urges marketers to stop ‘over-using’ the term innovation

The EasyJet CEO advises marketers to think carefully about what innovation really means to both their customers and their business, as well as consider how they can use digital transformation to create a personalised experience.

The post EasyJet CEO Carolyn McCall urges marketers to stop ‘over-using’ the term innovation appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

22

2017

Theo Paphitis puts the focus on employee wellbeing with credit union for retail

Retailers including John Lewis, Ryman, Debenhams, Iceland and New Look have signed up to the scheme, which is supported by charity RetailTRUST and designed to improve long-term financial management and therefore employee wellbeing.

The post Theo Paphitis puts the focus on employee wellbeing with credit union for retail appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

22

2017

Keith Weed: Improving ad quality will solve the industry’s digital issues

Previewing his Cannes Lions keynote session, Unilever chief marketing and communications officer Keith Weed says focusing on quality and diversity will make consumers more open to ads where they see themselves reflected.

The post Keith Weed: Improving ad quality will solve the industry’s digital issues appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

22

2017

Innocent’s Helen Pomphrey joins Cawston Press as first marketing boss

Pomphrey will join the soft drinks brand as UK head of marketing in June after 10 years at Innocent.

The post Innocent’s Helen Pomphrey joins Cawston Press as first marketing boss appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

22

2017

Tanya Joseph: For brand safety, look to insight not algorithms

Brand safety is not a new problem but businesses need to be even more vigilant in the digital world.

The post Tanya Joseph: For brand safety, look to insight not algorithms appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

22

2017

5 killer stats to start your week

We arm you with all the stats you need to prepare for the coming week and help you understand the big industry trends.

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May

22

2017

The secrets of building heritage brands

Glenfiddich and Hendrick's owner William Grant & Sons is pioneering a two-year in-house training programme to equip its marketers with new skills and raise the profile of marketing across the business.

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May

22

2017

Warburtons, Apple, Instagram: Everything that matters this morning

We round-up all the marketing news that matters around the world this morning.

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May

22

2017

Attribution is broken, here’s how to fix it

Marketing attribution nearly always excludes inconvenient data or pointlessly analyses events you can't influence, but with long-term goals and the right audience insights it could work much better.

The post Attribution is broken, here’s how to fix it appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

19

2017

Sign up to our webinar on how to nail Instagram marketing with organic strategies

Learn why social is now an established channel for customer acquisition, retargeting and engaging existing customers to support retention programmes.

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May

19

2017

Are brands right to axe ads after a social media backlash?

With McDonald's pulling its latest ad after just four days following consumer complaints, are more brands bowing to the pressure of social media and canning their creative to prevent further brand damage?

The post Are brands right to axe ads after a social media backlash? appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

19

2017

Four challenges Heineken needs to overcome to make its non-alcoholic beer a success

Heineken is rolling out its first non-alcoholic lager as younger generations opt for healthier beverages, but faces a challenge convincing consumers of its taste merits.

The post Four challenges Heineken needs to overcome to make its non-alcoholic beer a success appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

19

2017

McDonald’s, Unilever and Virgin Trains: 5 things that mattered this week and why

McDonald's gets in hot water for an 'insensitive' ad and Unilever toasts more growth for its sustainable brands.

The post McDonald’s, Unilever and Virgin Trains: 5 things that mattered this week and why appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

18

2017

How Adidas, Just Eat and HTC are using chatbots

From training staff to driving one-on-one brand engagement, Adidas, Just Eat and HTC are using chatbots in very different ways, but each is learning rapidly about the opportunities they could offer.

The post How Adidas, Just Eat and HTC are using chatbots appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

18

2017

What marketers need to know about the General Election manifestos

With Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Conservatives each releasing their General Election 2017 manifestos this week, Marketing Week breaks down the key takeaways for marketers.

The post What marketers need to know about the General Election manifestos appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

18

2017

Burberry rethinks how it markets product launches

Burberry says the marketing around the launch of its DK88 bag marks a “real shift” in how it thinks about and invests behind product.

The post Burberry rethinks how it markets product launches appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

18

2017

Asda slows the decline as brand perceptions start to turn around

Asda slowed its rate of decline in its first half but still has a lot of work to do if it wants to make up for market share losses.

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May

18

2017

International round-up: AB InBev invests $2bn in US business, Facebook fined in France

Plus IAB plans to swap the term ‘programmatic’ for ‘automation’ and Unilever buys Quala brands to help drive growth in South America.

The post International round-up: AB InBev invests $2bn in US business, Facebook fined in France appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

18

2017

Unilever’s sustainable brands grow 50% faster than the rest of the business

Unilever’s 'Sustainable Living' brands, which include Hellmann's, Dove and Ben & Jerry's, delivered more than 60% of the company’s growth in 2016.

The post Unilever’s sustainable brands grow 50% faster than the rest of the business appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

17

2017

Why US brands are crushing the UK on customer experience

The US has always been better at customer experience than the UK, but the gap is getting wider. In order to improve, UK brands must sharpen their focus on employee engagement, organise themselves around the customer and get back to basics.

The post Why US brands are crushing the UK on customer experience appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

17

2017

‘Facebook needs to do more than be open and honest about metrics errors’

The social network seems to think that finding and admitting its errors will pacify marketers but they will not be happy until they get full, independent, third-party verification.

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May

17

2017

Conservatives claim their model for the creative industries has been ‘imitated globally’

As his party prepares to launch its General Election 2017 manifesto tomorrow (18 May), Matt Hancock, the government’s minister of state for digital and culture, claims those who care about the arts have a responsibility to vote Conservative.

The post Conservatives claim their model for the creative industries has been ‘imitated globally’ appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

17

2017

Marketoonist on chatbots and the future of customer experience

Tom Fishburne is founder of Marketoon Studios. Follow his work at marketoonist.com or on Twitter @tomfishburne See more of the Marketoonist here

The post Marketoonist on chatbots and the future of customer experience appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

17

2017

Why big companies need to act with a startup mentality when it comes to product launches

Marketers from Nokia, Lego and FatFace on what makes a good product launch and how to learn from mistakes.

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May

17

2017

Lynx hints at return of ‘entertaining’ ads as it launches new men’s issues campaign

Lynx says its more serious positioning has boosted sales and brand attributes but admits it must also ‘have fun’.

The post Lynx hints at return of ‘entertaining’ ads as it launches new men’s issues campaign appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

16

2017

Virgin Trains turns to startups in bid to stop ‘pissing off’ delayed travellers

Virgin Trains hopes its new Platform X startup programme will invest in ideas that can transform the negative perceptions Brits typically reserve for rail operators.

The post Virgin Trains turns to startups in bid to stop ‘pissing off’ delayed travellers appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

16

2017

Mark Ritson: In the AI era, it’s digital ads that face disruption

A new Forrester report claims consumers' hatred of interruption is killing online advertising and brands should invest in AI instead. Are the digital disruptors about to be disrupted?

The post Mark Ritson: In the AI era, it’s digital ads that face disruption appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

16

2017

Why the digital user experience is synonymous with brand

The digital customer experience is becoming as important a differentiator for brands as product and price.

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May

16

2017

McDonald’s pulls ‘dead dad’ ad after string of complaints

McDonald's has said the ad will be removed from all media this week after it attracted criticism for “inappropriately and insensitively using bereavement and grief to sell fast food”.

The post McDonald’s pulls ‘dead dad’ ad after string of complaints appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

16

2017

How marketers can target consumers through the connected home

From a fridge that tells you what to cook to a wardrobe that suggests what to wear based on the weather, Leonie Roderick tests out living in the connected home of 2020 in the next instalment of Digital Decoded.

The post How marketers can target consumers through the connected home appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

16

2017

Bob Wootton: My practical guide to getting the most out of media spend

There are simple ways to make your media spend more effective, starting with a clear plan and ensuring agencies are incentivised by your success.

The post Bob Wootton: My practical guide to getting the most out of media spend appeared first on Marketing Week.

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May

15

2017

Direct Line trials new brand safety features for YouTube

Direct Line Group is the first brand to use OpenSlate’s third-party verification technology, which it hopes will stop ads appearing in unsafe environments and improve overall brand effectiveness.

The post Direct Line trials new brand safety features for YouTube appeared first on Marketing Week.

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