Posted by: Julia Hutchison, APA
I've just emerged from one of the busiest times in my working life. Organising the International Content Summit has, in the best tradition of massive undertakings, been exhausting but rewarding. The amount of work myself and my colleagues have put in has been paid off by the huge swell of fantastic feedback and industry response.
Posted by: Amanda Davie
Where's your mobile right now? Are you using it to read this content? Are you looking at an app? Are you browsing a web page? Are you on a call? Are you texting? Is it on the table next to you? Has your five-year-old got their hands on it? When did you last let your mobile out of your sight for more than two minutes? Do you take your mobile to the bathroom with you? Will you happily let another person use it? Read more »
Posted by: Paul Keers, Axon
Last week, another new digital communication was announced, whose content is assembled on the basis of a person's other online activity. There are several now, which draw upon Twitter feeds one follows, articles one "likes" or sources to which one subscribes, in order to aggregate "relevant" content. This one, I read, is "using personalisation and behavioural targeting to filter content", "tracking the information users are reading frequently", in order to ensure that the content is "relevant".
On Wednesday 23 November 2011, over 400 marketers, publishers and brand owners gathered in Old Billingsgate, London to listen to some of the world's leading experts on content. Here are their thoughts, boiled down to 60 key points. Read more »
This month, we look at the explosion in the gaming market, the opening of Google+ to brands, plus the staggering popularity of vouchers and their effect on brand success. Read more »