Comparethemarket.com News, Articles & Analysis

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Let’s use this recession to break new creative ground

Let’s use this recession to break new creative ground

Hard times foster creativity

Comparethemarket reunites Take That and Robbie Williams to lift spirits

Comparethemarket reunites Take That and Robbie Williams to lift spirits

Film promoting new initiative shows Aleksandr home-schooling Oleg.

ITV searches for Corrie sponsor as it ends eight-year relationship with Comparethemarket

ITV searches for Corrie sponsor as it ends eight-year relationship with Comparethemarket

Show is marking 60th anniversary later this year.

Does your brand have a... thing?

Does your brand have a... thing?

There's no technical definition of what that 'thing' is, but it's a stern taskmaster and it has to work in

Campaign Agency of the Decade shortlist: VCCP

Campaign Agency of the Decade shortlist: VCCP

This week, Campaign is publishing (in no particular order) its shortlist for Agency of the Decade and showcasing the best

New-business appointments fall 12% in H1

New-business appointments fall 12% in H1

AAR expects full year to be largely in line with 2018 as outstanding reviews are completed.

Havas Helia nets Comparethemarket CRM account

Havas Helia nets Comparethemarket CRM account

Good week for agency on back of Lloyds win.

ASA kicks off 2019 with bans for P&G, Comparethemarket and Boohoo

ASA kicks off 2019 with bans for P&G, Comparethemarket and Boohoo

Heinz, Nurofen and Optical Express among those to escape censure.

Comparethemarket introduces new robot meerkat AutoSergei

Comparethemarket introduces new robot meerkat AutoSergei

Latest TV campaign promotes automatic checks on energy tariffs.

Why price comparison sites are looking for more than quirky ads and cuddly toys

Why price comparison sites are looking for more than quirky ads and cuddly toys

The arrival of a new set of marketers in the big-spending price-comparison sector could see the four leading brands look