On Thursday, 5 May 2016, Biz Takeouts Marketing and Media Radio show host Warren Harding (@bizwazza) looked at 'The First Kiss' commercial which forms part of the Safely Home Calendar, a year-round sustainable road safety communication strategy that commenced in August 2014.
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Competition is fierce in today's crowded marketplace and your competitors are only a click away! Caring for your customers has never been more important!
Knowledge Resources 7 hours ago
What would happen to creativity and innovation if we could wave a magic wand and make budgetary limitations go away? How can innovation accelerate in a world without money?
Chemory Gunko 9 hours ago
Opera is the first major browser to integrate an ad blocker for more rapid web page loading and massive savings on mobile data, extending users' data caps even further.
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Often referred to as the Oscars of the internet, The Webby Awards was established when Facebook was but a pipedream and cats were far less popular, to recognise the best of the best in internet land.
Ireland/Davenport 9 hours ago
Instagram has been very busy lately, from dismissing the chronological feed to extending the video time from 15 to 60 seconds. The photo-sharing platform has been looking for ways to make Instagram more appealing to brands and advertisers.
Beverley Klein 10 hours ago
The One Club, producers of the prestigious One Show Awards and Creative Week, has appointed six new members to its board of directors: Mark Tutssel, Judy John, Rei Inamoto, Pete Favat, Leslie Sims and Nick Worthington (as a member of the international board). Margaret Johnson and Tiffany Rolfe were also recently appointed to the board.
One Club 11 hours ago
The WISE Awards, an international competition that seeks to identify and celebrate the best initiatives aimed at improving the education sector, has selected Partners for Possibility, a social change organisation focusing on under-resourced schools in South Africa, as finalist for 2016.
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Independent Media's decision not to run Oakbay Investments adverts in its newspapers was solely based on legal reasons, the company said on Sunday.
Independent Media 11 hours ago
Beyoncé broke the internet... AGAIN. What was her strategy? Visual content. What was the content? She told a story. A story that had people worldwide engaged and glued to their screens (TV, computer monitors and mobile devices). Every content marketer's dream.
Tokiso Molefe 28 Apr 2016