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What are the stories you need to know about from the world of digital marketing this week? Check out our round-up of the hottest .rising headlines over the past seven days.
Energy giant British Gas is treating Tweeters to a warm bus shelter in Manchester's Piccadilly station, in a stunt to promote Hive.
Samsung hopes to monetise CyberCook by creating a native advertising channel, allowing brands to place products such as ingredients and appliances in a virtual kitchen.
Some 65% of marketers said they consider the lack of financial transparency a major barrier to increased investment in programmatic, according to new research.
Extending our focus on programmatic, we asked expert Edwin Lee, VP of Strategic Accounts at MediaMath, his views on the industry's favourite buzzword and how its influence will affect retail.
Dunkin' Donuts replaced Liverpool FC's "eternal flame", a tribute to the victims of the Hillsborough stadium disaster which left 96 dead, with coffee cups. Bad move.
There's often a myth that perpetuates local marketing - to avoid digital. NOPE. As smartphone adoption rises alongside social, traditional methods have become less saturated. It really has never been more important to engage locally, via digital!
Similar to Google's traditional search ads, the Google Play search ads will appear labelled atop the results for searches conducted within the app store.
Companies behind cold calling could face fines of up to £500,000 under changes to the law being made by the government. Will the government’s move prompt an industry-wide reaction; are marketers quivering in their loafers at the news?
The undressing woman - who in no way relates to a mobile phone - is "tongue in cheek", apparently.
Barclays has teamed up with Twitter to allow users of its Pingit payment app to send payment using the social network’s handles.
An innovative Unilever digital effort, aimed at lighting up "media dark" rural Indian populations via mobile, has been crowned the world's best marketing campaign by global marketing intelligence service Warc.
Brands should make it easier for consumers to complain about their one-to-one marketing, and even encourage them to do so, in a bid to earn greater consumer trust and increase marketing effectiveness, new research suggests.
Thanks to the Football League, football fans on Twitter will be able to light up the famous Wembley arch as part of the build-up to the Capital One Cup Final on Sunday, marking the first time the iconic arch will be used in such a way.
Passers-by populated a live digital wall stationed at London’s Victoria in a Nurofen campaign to find the source of people’s perceptions of headaches.