Five ways to ensure a high-tech marketing masterpiece
Five ways to ensure a high-tech marketing masterpiece

Brands across the globe are leaping at the opportunity to make use of new technology and mediums to showcase their products and services. Augmented and virtual reality, gamification, animation and high-end 3D content allow consumers and clients to immerse themselves and connect with brands in ways never thought possible. More importantly, content and experiential marketing campaigns allow the brand narrative to be turned into measurable calls to action.

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A little less conversation, a little more action

Why an integrated data platform is the key to aligning marketing, sales and service.

By Michael Bornheim 24 Mar 2017

Content testing process.
How to test your content effectively

Great content that works is a real asset to any organisation.

By Kate Kenyon 23 Mar 2017

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The five biggest advances in media and marketing today

The media world is changing more rapidly than ever before. Keep up!

By Ross Sergeant 20 Mar 2017

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The king is dead, long live the king!

Well, the AMPS funeral is over and several concerned bodies are making progress on instituting something with which to replace it.

By Chris Brewer 20 Mar 2017

Ster-Kinekor website leaks millions of users' private data
Ster-Kinekor website leaks millions of users' private data

Ster-Kinekor's old website allowed anyone with know-how to retrieve the profile details of every user on the site. This information included phone numbers, addresses and plaintext passwords.

By Julia Breakey 14 Mar 2017

A renaissance in the Mother City

The increase of agency mergers in Cape Town - the White House and Johannesburg's AM-C formed DDB SA, the 3D Agency and IMA came together as Blueprint, and Young & Rubicam acquiredTholet Sievers to form Y&R Tholet - has played a big role in the renaissance of Cape advertising which began last year.

27 Jun 2001

Consumers' brain is the key

Forget the idea that 50% of your advertising is wasted, as Lord Leverhulme, founder of the Lever Brothers grocery empire, was wont to lament. The reality is probably closer to 80%, at least when it comes to advertising that leads to sales.

27 Jun 2001

Investing in communications

[Marketing Mix, April 2001] The promotions, advertising and communications fraternity is under increasing scrutiny by clients to justify costs and quantify performance. The communications industry needs to respond to these heightened demands by focusing corporate efforts on developing long-term brand-building partnerships with clients.

Issued by Grapevine Communications 14 Apr 2001

Salut to a new healthy lifestyle
Salut to a new healthy lifestyle

Launching this week from The Publishing Partnership is new healthy lifestyle magazine Salut. Aimed at active professionals aged 20 - 50, the quarterly title will hit the newsstands on Thursday, 27 May 2009.

1 Jan 1900

HRC public hearing on ‘coconuts'

NEWSWATCH: On Wednesday, 5 March 2008, the South African Human Rights Commission will hold a public forum concerning the racial prejudice complaints against the controversial Forum of Black Journalists and the issue of exclusive organizations, reports IOL. Meanwhile, SABC chief executive Dali Mpofu was hauled over the coals by ANC MPs yesterday, Tuesday 26 February, at the National Assembly committee on communication, also writes IOL.

1 Jan 1900

Student wins radio show
Student wins radio show

Ursula Cronjé, a 21 year old media studies student at the University of the Free State, is the winner of OFM's recent win your own radio show competition, which was promoted in the OFM Greatest Hits Volume II CD released end of last year.

1 Jan 1900

Increase in earnings for Kagiso

Kagiso Media released its interim results for the six months ending December 2006 yesterday, Tuesday 13 February 2007, reporting a 34.6% increase in headline earnings to R77.7 million (2005: R57.8 million) off a revenue leap of 33.4% to R369.7 million (2005: R277 million). A dividend of 31c per share was declared, giving the share a dividend yield of 43%.

1 Jan 1900

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