Advertising and media experts frequently tell us that the internet will become the dominant communication platform – but not without the advice and knowledge of ‘traditional’ television The internet – not television – is going to be the world’s most important medium. So says Dominic Proctor, chief executive of MindShare Worldwide, one of the world’s […]
Many adverts take us directly into the heart of happiness: they show us families that are happy to be together, lovers who remember how to be grateful, friends who delight in one another’s company. They can be moving precisely because what they depict is so difficult to find in real life. Their emotional power is premised on evoking what is missing, rather than what is present in our lives.
McLaren is launching its first ever television ad as the car marque enters a new market segment by unveiling a range of sports cars, and seeks to take on “traditional” competitors including Audi and Porsche.
With Russell on holiday, it is my turn again to look at the key stories from this week and offer a view on what they mean for you and the industry. From the future of auto brands to the rise of the branded podcast, it’s been a busy week. Here is my take.
As we return to the ‘new normal’ we round-up the biggest news from the week including the retirment of Public Health England’s top marketer, Huggies’ new strategy and the rise in branded podcasts.
Internal communications and customer care may have slipped down the list of priorities for some brands pre-Covid, but both roles have emerged as priority areas for companies looking to a post-pandemic recovery.
We often mistake goals for strategy, but to be strategic about your career requires first diagnosing your situation, then giving yourself a competitive advantage.