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By Mike Exon
Research by TNS at the end of last year found content to be a £4bn industry in the UK and 97% of those who use content marketing say they plan to do more of it this year. This is good news for agencies that understand content – and now need to plan for a growingly complex market place.
As with so much of the digital landscape, it’s consumers who are leading the way here, accessing content on the move to plan their lives in more and more sophisticated and imaginative ways. From second screening in front of the TV, to shopping for Friday night’s outfit, were all looking for…
By Mike Exon
‘Brand journalism’ was one of the most enticing, but least explained new buzzwords of 2012. It didn’t so much hit the headlines of the digital marketing world as wriggle under the radar, waiting to be discovered, like a hot lead for a spicy news story. Continue reading
How revolutionary will the iPad actually be? There’s a suddenly a big opportunity for Apple to provide a much needed boost to publishing and media brands using enhanced digital content, music, video and social networking. But it’s by no means guaranteed. Here’s my feature as it appeared on the shelves last week, published courtesy of Design Week: (post updated 28 May 2010)
We all knew it would be big news, but just how big will the iPad turn out to be? If you work in the digital media space, the chances are you’ve had one of Apple’s new ’tablets’ knocking around the studio for weeks, while everyone else in the UK waits patiently just to find out the release date.
Even so, the blaze of media coverage has been so prolific that we already know what it looks like, how it works, and that it’s sizzling on the shelves in the US – Macworld reports the iPad hit the one million sales mark in 28 days, almost three times faster than the iPhone.