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Why Facebook and Google should leave their secret gardens

Why Facebook and Google should leave their secret gardens

Facebook and Google need to start giving the market impartial and audited data, warns the CEO of Thinkbox.

AGENCY
Campaign Viral Chart: Airbus shows off planes in this week's most shared ad

Campaign Viral Chart: Airbus shows off planes in this week's most shared ad

Airbus' line of commercial jetliners takes a "family flight" through the skies in the most viral ad this week.

AGENCY
Molson Coors to talk to agencies over media business

Molson Coors to talk to agencies over media business

Molson Coors Brewing will be speaking with agencies about its media business in the UK, US and Canada.

BRANDS
ANA calls for Facebook third party auditing

ANA calls for Facebook third party auditing

The Association of National Advertisers has backed calls for Facebook's video metrics to be audited by a third party.

AGENCY
The best work doesn't just land in your lap, says We Are Social's Gareth Leeding

The best work doesn't just land in your lap, says We Are Social's Gareth Leeding

We Are Social's creative content director has learned to hustle hard and listen to all feedback.

AGENCY
Remarkable people name their heroes in new podcast from creative industry

Remarkable people name their heroes in new podcast from creative industry

Rattling Stick's Andy Orrick and Fabula's Luke Williamson created the Saints of Somewhere podcast, which invites guests to discuss the...

AGENCY
Eye contact is the secret work weapon of 18 Feet & Rising's Anna Carpen

Eye contact is the secret work weapon of 18 Feet & Rising's Anna Carpen

Face-to-face will always win and leads to a greater trust between individuals, writes the executive creative director at 18 Feet...

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Omnicom shuts M2M in UK after account losses
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Omnicom has shut its media agency M2M in the UK following a string of account losses and Alistair MacCullum, the chief executive of M2M, is stepping down.

Brands that forge an emotional tie are best protected from copycats
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1 Brands that forge an emotional tie are best protected from copycats

Forging an emotional tie with consumers is one of the strongest ways to protect your brand. Products can be copycatted, but the distinctive identity of a true brand can never be replicated argues Nir Wegrzyn, CEO of BrandOpus.

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Google to give away VR sets with NME

Google to give away VR sets with NME

BRANDS
A history of Snap(chat) as it turns five
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Instagram influencer platform Tailify relocates to UK
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Marketers' misuse of data 'worrying', says privacy group
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The story behind Norwegian's 'Brad is single' ad

The story behind Norwegian's 'Brad is single' ad

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Omnicom shuts M2M in UK after account losses
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Beri Cheetham leaves Leo Burnett for ECD role at The Gate
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Freeview changes direction with £15m ad campaign
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Nokia licensee in hunt for ad agency

Nokia licensee in hunt for ad agency

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Mars calls £400m media buying review

Mars calls £400m media buying review

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Job description: Web developer

Job description: Web developer

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The Digital Cinema Media Awards 2016

The Digital Cinema Media Awards 2016

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Your ad is viewable but did anybody see it?

Your ad is viewable but did anybody see it?

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Thinkboxes winner July/August 2016: Channel 4
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Spotify, P&G and BBC on the programmatic future
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How Sky makes the many faces of content count

How Sky makes the many faces of content count

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Experiences are the key to brand loyalty

Experiences are the key to brand loyalty