Take a look at our second insightful instalment from this year's ad:tech 2014 event in London. Here, we speak to Grant Allaway, Group MD of ad2one about the latest buzz words circulating the industry, what he predicts 2015 has in store for digital and stripping down programmatic. read more ..
This week we bring you an interview with Admedo ECO from this year's ad:tech, next year's marketing predictions, a piece of design by Tesco which has gone viral for the wrong reasons, and much more. Enjoy! read more ..
Like eBay, the button will let consumers bypass the bidding process so they can immediately buy products at a set price. However, unlike eBay, the site will offer a higher calibre of goods, at more expensive prices.
In our third interview from this year's ad:tech London, .rising's editor Huw Jenkins talks to Fiona Smith from wywy about the latest digital trends, including why syncing the TV to other screens is the new "holy grail" for digital marketers.
According to Jeff Bullas, articles with images get 94% more total views than articles without images, and the appeal of pictures is known as the “picture superiority effect.”
After observing the youth-centric, almost airbrushed packaging of the digital world, we at .rising wanted to ask our audience whether they thought the digital industry was ageist. The result was a resounding yes.
Amazon has beaten off big brands such as Facebook, MTV and Google to be crowned the most social brand in Klout's annual league table.
The app's primary demographic, college students, still trust the service and haven't changed their use of the app since the recent high-profile hack, that resulted in nearly 100,000 private user photos and videos being published online, says a new study by Sumpto.
Research from the 2014 Pitney Bowes Global Online Shopping Study surveyed 12,000 adults across 12 countries, finding that almost every respondent (96%) had made an online purchase.
Take a look at our first installment from this year's ad:tech 2014 event in London. Here, we spoke to Nick Moutter CEO and co-founder of Admedo about the latest trends shaping the industry, the next big thing in digital and Nick's answer to the growing digital skills gap.
Facebook’s latest fiscal findings reveal that two-thirds of its $3.2bn (£1.98bn) Q3 ad revenue originates from mobile.
In a $17.6m deal, Matomy Media Group has acquired mobile advertising platform MobFox. Matomy has invested in the acquisition of the mobile programmatic platform for an initial $10.1m in cash and a further $7.5m in shares.
McDonald's is the world's most valuable fast food brand, raking in £28.1bn in 2013 alone. But what other valuable insights don't you know about the brand with the big yellow arches?
With the always-evolving digital industry constantly shifting and adapting like a boundless chameleon - what does 2015 have in store for marketing?
Twitter has reported mixed results for Q3 2014, adding 13m to its flock and reporting a healthy profit. However, user-base growth is slowing, engagement is down and investors are dwindling.
The NoPhone, a piece of black, rectangular-shaped plastic, has raised nearly $9,000 (over £5,500) on Kickstarter. Why? Because people feel they are too addicted to their phones.
Indicative of the mobile times, the news represents the growing shift of consumerism onto mobile, away from traditional media such as desktop.