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Tablets move from niche to mainstream channel

Posted by: Mark Rosselli, Chairman, CPL

Tablets have now become an established part of the UK digital economy - and, by extension, are now undeniably a mainstream platform for content marketing by UK brands. According to the latest survey by YouGov, conducted immediately after Christmas, more than 29% of Britain's online adults now own a tablet of some sort - and a further 7% told the pollsters that they intend to buy a tablet by the end of March. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
6thFeb 2013

The 4 rules to put Content Marketing at the heart of Digital Strategy

Posted by: Caspian Woods, Chief Content Strategist, Editions Financial.

Content marketing is growing in use. Within the next year, 51% of B2B marketers plan to increase their content marketing budgets. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
6thFeb 2013

Agencies in 2013: a survival guide

Posted by: Dan Fielder, Sticky Content

Agencies are having a tough time of it, if all this year's state-of-the-union surveys are to be believed. Almost 90% of digital and design agencies believe their clients now expect more work for less money, according to the Design Industry Voices report, for instance, while over a third of marketing services companies have suffered a decline in sales, according to Plimsoll Analysis. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
6thFeb 2013

The Seven Deadly Sins of Content

Posted by: CMA

Content marketing is booming. Just about every research report and marketer interview names content as one of the brightest stars in the marketing sky, providing brands with a fantastically effective way to reach their customers and inspire them in a way that TV or outdoor ads cannot. But thanks to its popularity, there's a glut of bad content out there, created in a whirl of panic, confusion and bad planning. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
6thFeb 2013

Your starter for ten...

Posted by: Patrick Fuller, CMA

A question: what's the most important medium when it comes to capturing the attention of new customers? Social media? Great for prompting discussion and spreading the word, but people are rarely persuaded to try something new from it. Your website? Fantastic for entertainment, reference and sales, but users tend to know what they want before they go browsing. Mobile? Has its always-on advantages but branded content can still be intrusive. Read more »

Posted in CMA blog
6thFeb 2013

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