CMA Digital Breakfast


The price of silence in the information age

Posted by: Matt Boothman, Redhouse Lane

As Facebook and various superinjuncting Mr and Ms Xs have recently discovered to their detriment, silence is at a premium right now. It seems no amount of money or influence can keep secrets out of the public domain for long. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
26thMay 2011

Davie on Digital: Search sans frontieres

Posted by: Amanda Davie

Online content currently relies on search - which is why companies invest so much. But outside the UK, different rules apply. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
20thMay 2011

Preserving our recent digital past

Posted by: Jim Boulton, Story Worldwide

The web is just 20 years old, yet it has transformed our lives utterly, down to the bone. We do, see, hear, share, copy, sell, buy, interact, relate with authority and participate in society differently. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
9thMay 2011

International Red Button Theory: A must for European Business

Posted by: Dominic Duffy

Working with international clients and offices I'm reminded of a time, years ago (too many for me to comfortably recall) when I was working as a Product Manager for a large technology company. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
9thMay 2011

Why advertising is no longer a dirty word…in customer publishing

Posted by: Geri Richards, Publicis Blueprint

As the Professional Publishers Awards (PPA) shortlist was announced a few weeks ago, I noticed a free women's title nestling amongst the long established glossies in not one but three categories. Even better, one of them is the coveted top accolade: ‘consumer magazine of the year'. Quite a feat for Stylist magazine: a publication launched just 1 ½ years ago. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
6thMay 2011

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