Monthly Archives: October 2012

DR Display Campaign, Where to Start?

When creating a direct response display campaign there are several points (start to end) that we take into account. It’s inevitable that the moment you receive the brief from a client youimmediately start to think about how and where to invest and efficiently make the most out of the budget. But first things first, make ...

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Young people ‘lost’ without internet facilities

An opinion poll by the Science Museum has revealed young people feel lost without the internet.

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Apple signals management skakeup

(image) has announced a restructure in management following the news that two major executives are to leave the firm.

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Great Expo-Tations

Last week was my first experience of the A4U Expo – seen by some as an initiation into the official world of performance marketing! I had high expectations of the Expo, having heard a great deal about it from my team and other contacts within the industry, and was eager to experience it for myself. ...

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Google announces Hurricane Sandy tracker

(image) Google has announced the launch of its hurricane tracker, to track the path of Hurricane Sandy.

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ASA launches crackdown on misleading online ads

The Advertising Standards Authority has announced a crackdown on misleading internet ads.

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Apple publishes statement after Samsung patent ruling

(image) Apple has published a scathing statement after a UK court ruling forced the company to admit Samsung did not infringe on iPad patents.

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Apple launches iPad Mini

(image) Apple unveiled the iPad Mini, a smaller tablet it hopes will compete with Google's offering

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Android accused of breaching user privacy

(image) Android have been criticised by scientists for providing inadequate privacy settings for its millions of users.

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eBay joins list of firms avoiding tax

(image) US auction site eBay has been criticised for failing to pay UK tax on sales.

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