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Donovan White
Rise of the content zombie - NATIVE VML

[Donovan White] When considering the way we consume content, I couldn't help but think that there is actually no difference between our content consuming habits and that of a "walker"...

Posted 11 hours ago | Like (1)
Louise Marsland
[NewsMaker:] Evans Manyonga

[NewsMaker:] Evans Manyonga[Louise Marsland] There's a new editor in town to take note of as he'll be heading up one of the most important business magazines in the world here in South Africa...

Posted 11 hours ago | Like (1)
Bonnie Ramaila
Advertising industry must support local musicians

Advertising industry must support local musicians[Bonnie Ramaila] I am dreaming of a day when the music and the advertising industries would consistently work together like hand in glove. In the early 80s, most adverts' musical scores...

Posted 15 hours ago | Like (2)
Warren Harding
Make a difference

[Warren Harding] Purpose Driven Marketing is not a new term, but it's one I hear more and more. In one week, and I heard it or said it no fewer than nine times...

Posted 1 day ago | Like
Shane Radford
Creating revenue off news and entertainment

Creating revenue off news and entertainment[Shane Radford] A revolutionary change in the media and entertainment industry is happening on the back of ubiquitous internet access, mass social media uptake and high global mobile penetration, with today's consumer...

Posted 1 day ago | Like
Thabiso Dlamini
South African PR practitioners can learn a lot from international PR professionals

South African PR practitioners can learn a lot from international PR professionals[Thabiso Dlamini] Public relations in South Africa has not reached its full potential when we compare the industry to international standards...

Posted 1 day ago | Like (2)
Anton Harber
A saga in three chapters

[Anton Harber] This is a tale in three chapters of behind-the-scenes newsroom intrigue and backstabbing...

Posted 2 days ago | Like
Matthew Arnold
Pulling insights from under the hood of Facebook

[Matthew Arnold] Facebook marketing has grown dramatically in recent years and provides the ability for advertisers to get really great returns when managed correctly...

Posted 3 days ago | Like
Michael Wood
Managers from developing markets make better global business leaders - Aperio

[Michael Wood] "Are you a terrorist or a spy?" I was asked. Intuitively I smiled, maybe I shouldn't have, but I have found a smile can diffuse a situation and honestly I did find the question a little funny...

Posted 5 days ago | Like
Sid Peimer
Ten things a good map can teach you about strategy

[Sid Peimer] There are copious definitions of strategy from numerous pundits in the field - some definitions reminiscent of everything and the kitchen sink...

Posted 2 days ago | Like
Chris Moerdyk
The awesome power of an apology

[Chris Moerdyk] It is a window of opportunity that has opened up for perhaps just a few years but it is going to take the mass media, marketing strategists, ad agencies, and...

Posted 5 days ago | Like (3)
Louise Marsland
Amplifying social media for brands

Amplifying social media for brands[Louise Marsland] Social media amplifies the conversation and feelings around any subject, be it personal or a brand. Think of the collective sadness felt the world over when Robin Williams died...

Posted 5 days ago | Like
Danette Breitenbach
Making waves

[Danette Breitenbach] The Times Media Group (TMG) has been expanding its broadcast footprint locally and across the continent, adding to its other content mediums. More recently it invested in a state-of-the-art...

Posted 5 days ago | Like
Anton Harber
Propaganda war is now in the hands of the people

[Anton Harber] Israel rests on its military strength. There is no doubting its ability to exercise its superiority over Gaza, but it is losing the social media war...

Posted 5 days ago | Like
Shane Radford
Traditional media can claim back its edge with innovation

Traditional media can claim back its edge with innovation[Shane Radford] IBM believes that traditional media and entertainment companies that move fast to embrace and monetise digital channels stand to win back their audiences and their advertising revenue, despite...

Posted 6 days ago | Like
Danette Breitenbach
Going back to her roots

[Danette Breitenbach] Gail Curtis, founder and partner of The Old Shanghai Firecracker Factory, and a long-standing director of the ACA, says she does not want to run an advertising agency...

Posted 6 days ago | Like
Jarred Cinman
Going tribal: How small and big are beautiful - NATIVE VML

[Jarred Cinman] No business is ever finished. The perfect way of working today becomes riddled with problems tomorrow. The day after that it's the old way your dad used to work...

Posted 7 days ago | Like (1)
Sid Peimer
The five faux pas of new business pitching

[Sid Peimer] When pitching for new business, we tend to act differently. It is quite acceptable to 'be on your best behaviour' when starting a new relationship, but...

Posted 6 days ago | Like
Michael Wood
To acquire or not to acquire in Africa - Aperio

[Michael Wood] While the opportunities in Africa are immense, entrance into the continent and its many markets can be a complex, frustrating and risky proposition...

Posted 7 days ago | Like
Danette Breitenbach
South African consumer rights under threat

South African consumer rights under threat[Danette Breitenbach] The prohibition of alcohol advertising and raising the age limit for alcohol sales to 21 is an infringement of consumers' rights to choose their own lifestyle...

Posted 7 days ago | Like