This week in digital, we said goodbye to Facebook Exchange and Post-it wars, as we welcome TAG's latest anti-fraud development, Shift, and maybe Siri integrations?
It's easy to think of customers as fish you can bait with discounts. It's also lazy. Marketers should adopt the B2B mentality of solving customers' problems.
Richard Herd attended our Shift London event to discuss how video content can increase engagement on digital platforms and the way FoodTube has ... read more
Being comfortable with failure and making research a team sport are just two ways to avoid disruption, according to Alex Holmes of Government Digital Service.
Google's I/O conference commences today, but that's not all that happened this week. Facebook, Apple and Line - and maybe Snapchat? - had updates, as well.
Brompton Bicycle doesn’t advertise. The UK’s biggest manufacturer of folding bicycles prefers to rely on word of mouth to spread the message ... read more
Facebook may be the king of social platforms, but for Gardener's Supply Company, it's all about Pinterest, which brings the company far more traffic and revenue.
New statistics show the explosion of original digital programming viewership and ad blocker usage. Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Amazon have new features, too.
Mondelez executive B. Bonin Bough equates being a dragon with fearlessness. Right now that means Oreo embracing messaging apps as brands begin to test the waters.