We have to bid adieu to the home of Gavin & Stacey and Little Britain on BBC3. Yes the sad news has been released that BBC3 will no longer broadcast from 2015 onwards and it will move online. BBC bosses recently revealed £50 million savings will be pushed into improving BBC1, BBC4, providing an additional BBC1+1 service and an estimated £30,000 into drama. Continue reading
LinkedIn has launched sponsored InMail on mobile devices which will move the needle on mobile monetisation for the company. According to LinkedIn more than half inbox pageviews currently happen on mobile devices which has created an unprecedented opportunity for advertisers to reach LinkedIn members where they engage the most. Continue reading
Apple has caught the attention of the masses by launching 15 second ad slots for the iPhone 5c on Tumblr. The new campaign displays nine 15-second videos with color themes corresponding to the iPhone 5c with the tagline “Every color has a story”. Continue reading
As the dust settles on the 86th Academy Awards, reports are abound that Ellen Degeneres’ star-studded selfie wasn’t as spontaneous as we may have been led to believe. It is rumoured that Samsung (purveyors of the device that captured ‘that moment’) negotiated to have the Galaxy smartphone integrated into the show as part of their $18 million advertising package. Continue reading
When was the last time you looked at your website performance? Maybe you do this everyday, or maybe someone else on your team does. If you want to find out how you can improve sales and the conversion rate of your site, you need to know precisely what is happening when users visit your site. Continue reading
Have you ever used Facebook’s email service? You’re not alone if you haven’t.
Last night at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that they would be discontinuing their email platform from March because "people haven't been using it". Continue reading