Digital Strategy – a new supplement created for you

As thousands queue around the world to get their hands on the latest technological revolution – the iPhone 4 – Marketing Week magazine is proud to unveil its own digital revolution, in the form of a new bi-monthly section of the magazine called Digital Strategy.

The supplement, which can be read here, is being powered by our sister magazine New Media Age and is published in association with Google.

Digital Strategy aims to help keep all digital marketers up to date with the very latest advances in digital marketing. In the first issue, we explore a series of topics including analytics, search, affiliate, behavioural targeting and mobile.

Edited by NMA’s editor-in-chief Michael Nutley, Marketing Week hopes it will help keep you up to date with the very latest news in this advancing sector and offer you useful hints and tips to ensure that your business is part of the ongoing digital revolution.

Michael Nutley and Marketing Week’s associate editor, Ruth Mortimer, are keen to hear your thoughts. So please do get in touch and let them know what you think of our new offering.

I’m also keen to hear from anyone who would like to write guest leaders for this newsletter in the coming months, as I move onto a new venture within Centaur Media later this summer. Please click on our bylines on MarketingWeek.co.uk to get in touch with us.

Meanwhile Marketing Week has expanded its social media presence in the last few weeks and we’d love for you to join in with our online discussions.

We can be found on Facebook here, Twitter here and LinkedIn here or you can click on the social media icons at the top of our homepage.

We also hope to see you all at Marketing Week Live next week, which includes a keynote speech from LinkedIn and a session from sister website Reputation Online featuring Edelman, Nixon McInnes and Domino’s Pizza Group on who owns social media and who cares about it.

The Online Marketing Show, which includes the New Media Age Digital Strategy Theatre will also be present, with keynotes from brands including Cabury, Fiat and First Direct and agencies including Razorfish, Iris, MPG Media Contacts, AMV.BBDO and AKQA.

For more information, click here.

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