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24 July 2017 GLOBAL: Two-thirds (66%) of the world's population, or more than 5.5bn people, are expected to be using mobile devices by 2022, according to a new global forecast.
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24 July 2017 SAN FRANCISCO: Stung by criticism earlier this year that it wasn't doing enough to combat online extremism, YouTube has now launched software that redirects would-be jihadists to anti-hate videos aimed at debunking extremist narratives.
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24 July 2017 NEW YORK: Neuroscience can offer a range of powerful insights into creative effectiveness, as shown by an analysis of popular Super Bowl spots conducted by Nielsen Consumer Neuroscience.
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24 July 2017 SINGAPORE: Exports from New Zealand to Singapore and other Asian markets have risen steadily over the past decade, leading a senior public relations executive to believe it is New Zealand's national brand itself that is driving much of the growth.
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24 July 2017 SHANGHAI/NEW YORK: WeChat and Weibo dominate the social media landscape in China, but for Becky Li, one of the country's top fashion bloggers and key opinion leaders (KOLs), WeChat is more effective because of its trust factor.
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24 July 2017 CAMBRIDGE, MA: Brands need to adopt a portfolio approach to the material they post on social media, with a mix of emotional content and product information, to drive both engagement and purchase, an academic has said.
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24 July 2017 SINGAPORE: Concise and clear collateral design is at the heart of customer experience for financial brands, according to a senior executive at a major Singapore bank.
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24 July 2017 LONDON: Own-label "copycat" brands are taking business from leading brands by "preying" on shoppers' unconscious decision-making processes in noisy and confusing retail settings, neuroscience research suggests.
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21 July 2017 MUMBAI: A range of broadcasters are expected to bid for the media rights to the India Premier League – the tender process opens today – as competition heats up in the sports viewing category.
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21 July 2017 NEW YORK: Word-of-mouth marketing on social media remains limited by the wider failings of the digital ecosystem, a paper in the Journal of Advertising Research (JAR) has argued.
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21 July 2017 LONDON/ROTTERDAM: Following an attempted takeover by Kraft earlier this year, Unilever has accelerated its savings program, which has included reviewing the number of advertising assets it produces.
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21 July 2017 NEW YORK: T Brand Studio, the internal content marketing agency at the New York Times, could assume external media planning and buying for brands, according to a senior executive.
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21 July 2017 SAN FRANCISCO: Email remains a hugely effective tool to engage, at scale, with consumers in a personalized way, new research shows, with millennials, in particular, far more likely to take action on a relevant email than any other age group.
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21 July 2017 SYDNEY: The proportion of digital ad inventory classed as invalid has declined on both desktop and mobile over the past year according to new research from IAB Australia.
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21 July 2017 CANNES: With the rise of programmatic ad buying, the capabilities of marketers targeting an audience of likely buyers have never been greater, but the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute maintains that segmentation, whether for creative or media planning, can ...
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20 July 2017 NEW YORK: Social platforms Facebook and rival Snapchat are integrating news with their products with significant implications for publishers, as the social network says it will begin testing subscription options in October, according to reports.
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20 July 2017 NEW YORK: As big brands move more media budget to digital and the upper funnel becomes more measurable, performance agencies are reaping the rewards.
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20 July 2017 LONDON: Brand segmentation efforts should never be compromised by whether the resulting consumer target audience can be easily found in media or media surveys, an industry figure advises.
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20 July 2017 SYDNEY: With e-commerce giant Amazon set to hit Australian shores, local retailers will need to lift their game to compete or risk losing customers, according to an industry expert.