9th December 2013
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- 4 more graphs on UK ad spend that show what's happening online
- What we’ve learned building DMS: Views on digital integration
- 7 graphs that show how the UK ad market has changed over the last 7 years
- Peter Houston's Big Problem: Getting past the Big Data bullshit
- 6 product development lessons from how the Financial Times built fastFT
- How EMAP is turning around its recruitment business
9th December 2013 08:00
The Sun has broken the 100,000 digital subscriber mark just four months after it began charging for online access. That's an impressive start, but questions remain over whether it can build a long term sustainable business and over exactly why people are deciding to pay for The Sun online..
6th December 2013 07:00
The unfortunate reality of the "you are not your user" mantra we bang on about is you actually have to listen to your users. So when we got a comment on our "7 graphs that show how the UK ad market has changed over the last 7 years" article asking for a more detailed breakdown of Group M's stats on UK ad spend, we felt we better oblige. So...
5th December 2013 11:00
This is the first in a series of articles where our conference producer Daniel Media Strategies going to share some of what I’ve have learned. I’ll be looking at digital-print integration, differing views on mobile, what we can learn from other industries and much more.
5th December 2013 07:00
The media frenzy over Apple's acquisition of Twitter analytics firm Topsy has focused on a number of possible reasons for the buyout. Few organisations, however, have focused on what it could mean for publishers. Could the tech giant be planning on using social data to make it easier for publishers to sell things?
4th December 2013 08:00
The transformation of the UK ad marketplace has been profound over the past 7 years. The decline of the national and regional print industries has been mirrored by the internet's rise. Make no mistake about it – the money has moved online. We had a look at some longer-term historical data as well as forecasts for this year and 2014 to take stock of how the ad industry has changed and how it looks set to develop.