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Google is placing its bets on the future of data-driven video.

News

GLOBAL: The effectiveness of everyday communications, including voice and written content such as letters and emails, can be improved by adopting a behavioural science approach, according to two industry practitioners.

Article

Discusses seven Behavioural Science based concepts which are key tools for optimising everyday communications: Choice Architecture, Salience, Anchoring, Framing, Chunking, Cognitive Ease and Social Norms.

Article

The Home Depot, the retailer, has developed content capabilities enabling it to meet a wide range of consumer needs.

Article

Outlines a simple four-step process for applying behavioural science to optimise everyday communications.

Opinion

Planning cannot afford to keep repeating old mistakes, says Mike Teasdale, if it is to adapt to the rise of data, platforms and short-term response creativity and the decline of long-term brand-building ideas.

News

NEW YORK: Striking the right balance of creative originality and strategy requires agencies to consider a variety of structural factors, according to a study published in the Journal of Advertising Research (JAR).

Article

Explores how the Twentieth Century Fox film studio drove ‘attentive reach’ by incorporating elements of storytelling into its online promotional activity for a new release.

Article

Marketing is a discipline that makes improves the imperfect; a copywriting veteran outlines strategies for marketing ugly, boring, and undifferentiated products.

Case Study

Saregama, an Indian music company, launched a new radio product targeting the over 50s in order to increase revenue from its back catalogue of music.

Case Study

Budweiser, a beer brand, launched a TV commercial at the Super Bowl 2017 to reconnect with its target and increase brand relevance in the US.

Article

Advertising scholars have been hesitant to identify creativity as the heart and soul of advertising, and that has produced a chasm between themselves and practitioners.

Article

For product manufacturers and advertisers, attracting consumer attention in a cluttered advertising environment is essential.

Case Study

Leon’s, the Canadian furniture retail company, repositioned its furniture as being part of the family to drive sales.

Article

Discusses how Addict’Aide, a French organisation that raises awareness about any kind of addiction such as drugs, alcohol or gambling, gained global visibility in 2017 with its 'Like My Addiction' campaign and created a follow-up campaign, Le Secret de Laurence.

Research Paper

Cancer Research UK increased awareness of the correlation between cancer and obesity by using a multi stage qualitative research process.

Case Study

The RICU in The Home Office has established and developed an innovative thought leadership programme to drive adoption of secure online behaviours by the public and microbusinesses in the UK.

Research Paper

Nationwide Building Society, a British financial services company, used a bespoke research methodology to provide feedback on Nationwide's 12 emotionally powerful poems.

Article

The use of sign language in TV advertising has generally been a rare one-off related to a particular campaign.

Article

This study suggests that, in addition to willingness, ability is a relevant and important dimension of self-service technology (SST) acceptance and, going beyond prior studies’ exclusive focus on willingness, develops an SST acceptance model that captures both consumer ability and willingness to use such technologies.

Article

This article explains how the gap between consumers and technology, such as Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, is closing ever more rapidly and affecting how we buy.

Article

Provides five ways that marketers can tap the power of visual communications to deliver a unique and memorable marketing message.

News

LONDON/MELBOURNE: Brands need to understand how advertising claims coexist with consumers’ underlying associations in order to produce effective creative that is believable and relevant, according to a trio of researchers.

Article

This paper summarises knowledge and offers guidance and reading on social listening and real time research, the process of gathering data from audience conversations across social media platforms and processing into structured insights.

Article

This article examines what brands must understand about how well advertising claims coexist with consumers’ underlying associations in order to produce effective creative that is believable and relevant.