Facebook has appointed Simon Milner as its first public policy director for the UK and Ireland as the social network looks to portray itself at the forefront of dealing with online safety and privacy issues.
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Radiocentre and ebiquity’s new report forensically lays bare marketers’ perceptions about which channels perform best, and the extent to which they are divorced from reality.
P&G spent $130m (£94m) on marketing over the first quarter of its financial year, while also reporting a 5% boost in net sales to $20.3bn (£14.6bn).
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In addition to launching a Mastercard sound and taste, the brand has now unveiled a Mastercard smell, all of which is helping it to elevate the brand’s status, says Raja Rajamannar.
The contradictions between what consumers say they want and what they actually do represent an opportunity for marketers to help bridge the gap, says Dr Carol McNaughton Nicholls.