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Advice

Influencer marketing 101: Style Lobster’s essential tips for brands

Everyone’s jumping on the influencer bandwagon. There’s probably thousands of meetings happening right now all over the world, set up purely to talk about influencers. Yet so many marketers are struggling to successfully execute their plans. But...

Posted by: Superrb
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Events

Sneak preview of my intro to Connect: London 2018

The turmoil of 2018 is close to being over. Only for a whole new era of uncertainty to seemingly be on the horizon. The internet that was supposed to broaden our worlds and bring us closer together seems to have divided nations and neighbours....

Posted by: Michael Tomes
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Design

Let’s pretend - Social influencers turn virtual

Activists, trendsetters, mummy bloggers, Youtubers, pet influencers, unboxers and Instagrammers. Everywhere you look on social media there is someone trying to steer your choice for your next purchase, be it a snack, trainers or a new car. But what...

Posted by: ifour
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Trends

Influencers democratising impact on fashion

Online reviews, blogs and social networks have given everyone with access to the internet a chance to be heard. An easy outlet to connect with people, share experiences and spread ideas. The subsequent rise of bloggers and influencers quickly gained...

Posted by: VAMP
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Advertising

Ads of the Week: The best of Fathers Day and other stories

Recipe - Birdseye Birds Eye is building on its #Solidaritea campaign, championing parenting and putting an end to “parent shaming.” The new campaign showing solidarity with parents is breaking in the run up to Father’s Day on June...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Features

Personalisation is the future of marketing

Recently in marketing, there has been a lot of talk about approaches that had fallen out of favour, such as podcasts and direct mailers, making a resurgence. Is it nostalgia that is turning agencies heads backwards? The changing economic and...

Posted by: ifour
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Advertising

Grey Germany shockingly opens people's eyes to the horror of FGM

Worldwide more than 200 million women are affected by the cruel “tradition” of FGM (female genital mutilation), with over 48,000 of them living in Germany. Nevertheless, the problem is simply not visible to most people. TERRE DES FEMMES...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week

Publicis - Fairy Fairy has brought to life the power of a single drop of its famous washing up liquid with a playful art installation of bubbles. Fairy wanted to come up with an engaging way to showcase its unique mileage messaging: “one drop...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week

J. Walter Thompson/MPC - Berocca J. Walter Thompson London and Berocca have introduce “Roccy,” a chameleon who body pops to Panjabi MC, in a brand new through-the-line campaign that aims to get the UK energised this spring. Berocca is...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Top 10 Account Wins of the Week

Publicis Media - Molson Coors Molson Coors, one of the UK’s biggest brewers, has announced Publicis Media as their new media agency for the United States and United Kingdom. Molson Coors launched an RFP last Autumn to assess media agency...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Top 10 Ads of the Week

Recipe - 888sport Recipe has created their first work for 888 Holdings since picking up the account back in June. Kicking off with a global relaunch of the 888sport brand, the “Take ‘em on!” campaign encourages audiences to feel...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Top 5 Ads of the Week

Leo Burnett - Kellogg's Bran Flakes Kellogg’s Bran Flakes returned to our TV screens this week with an inspirational campaign created by Leo Burnett, which invites viewers to see the taste benefits of Kellogg’s Bran Flakes. “The...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

MIA teams up with H&M to encourage us to recycle our garments

Kicking off the first annual World Recycle Week on April 18, the goal of the “Rewear It” campaign, is to collect 1,000 Tons of used clothing at H&M stores worldwide, and keep them out of landfills by recycling them. It's rare indeed for...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advertising

Ads of the Week

DDB Stockholm - Samsung I don't know about you guys, but I'm sick to the teeth of Christmas already, so this week's AOTW (which also happens to be the final one of 2015) will not feature a single, solitary Christmas spot. I promise. Kicking off...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Advertising

Perfect Fools ask us to dream up impossible “Sandwishes”

Jarlsberg, the world-renowned Norwegian cheese makers, are calling on foodies across Europe, North America and Australasia to imagine and share their most “Impossible” sandwich requests. The cleverly titled (because we LOVE a good pun)...

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Advertising

Agency of the Week: DDB Worldwide

Crafting Fargo-inspired wooly wear DDB NZ has teamed up with one of New Zealand’s leading knitwear and textile designers to create the “Fargo Woollens” clothing range to celebrate the second season of FX’s black comedy-drama...

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Design

Bold new Huffington Post redesign unveiled by Code and Theory

Pulitzer Prize-winning news site The Huffington Post has unveiled a preview of a bold new site design, with CEO Jared Grusd presenting the redesign yesterday as part of Advertising Week New York, and announcing that the new site will go live in 2016....

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Careers

Meet Phil Danter: The Ad executive who became a music star

Tiring of your glittering career as an advertising executive? All those expense account lunches leaving you unfulfilled? Maybe you should become a music star. It can certainly be done, as one high-flyer has proved by making that exact career move....

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Advertising

Durex caught vlogging off for new campaign

The last few years have thrown up a new kind of professional personality; the “YouTube celebrity.” These video bloggers (or “Vloggers”) make a living by posting short videos online that cover a range of topics from video games and films to...

Posted by: Industry Updates
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Advice

Blogging: what are the rules? Are there any?

by Ashley Morrison The other day, I was at a party and talking to someone who wrote for a technical magazine. Personally, I'm a generalist; unlike him, I don't have one particular area of expertise. So that means, as a freelance copywriter, I've...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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News

Create Buzz Advertising and Appeale to a Younger Audience

Buzz advertising, or the ability for your advertisement to create conversation, is an art, slowly being perfected through past decades of advertising history. Many advertisements achieve good buzz marketing naturally, through internet and televised...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

Six ways in which 'copywriting' differs from 'writing'.

When people ask what I do for a living, I tend to get in a terrible flap. This is largely because I do a variety of things. I pen pieces about music, I blog about advertising and the creative industry (obviously), I present podcasts and radio...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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News

Get happy. Is Arianna talking total Huff?

First, a bit of background. The Huffington Post is an online newspaper and it's rather successful. Actually it calls itself a 'news aggregator and blog' - but considering that is less clear than 'online newspaper', we'll stick with the latter. It was...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Advice

My month of being digitally outcast

From time to time intrepid reporters and bloggers voluntarily cut themselves off from society (phone and internet) and write about their experiences surviving in a tweet and text free world where no soul knows what pub they are drinking in, what kind...

Posted by: Creativepool
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News

5 Minutes with... Michael Tomes: the all-new Creativepool

by Ashley Morrison Last week was a big week for Creativepool: after months and months in the making, the new Creativepool website went live. So to crown its first full week of existence, we have the first ever interview with Michael Tomes,...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

Can blogs change an opinion?

Blogs can do many things. They can inform, entertain and sometimes educate. They can be a useful and more creative platform for someone to write more freely than when they begrudgingly trudge through the corporate work they might have to do for their...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Features

Blog of the week

Blogs that you want to know about! There are some fantastic creative blogs out there that you must check out! We are bringing these blogs to one place so that you know where to find the best new and established bloggers. Find out what these blogs are...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Advice

Market conversations in the web 2.0 world

Kitcatt Nohr & Lazar Dzamic Since December 2007, Lazar Dzamic has lead the digital planning offering at Integrated agency, Kitcatt Nohr. Along with Planning Director, Richard Madden, Lazar leads digital strategy as Digital Planning Director, for...

Posted by: Creativepool

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