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Apple TV Plus video-on-demand service enters a crowded field

Apple surprised investors and consumers alike when it announced the pricing for its subscription video-on-demand service Apple TV+ at its September event. Apple's streamlining service will cost just $4.99 per month for U.S. subscribers.

Juul Labs Inc in hot-seat again over marketing practices

The FDA slammed vaping company Juul on Monday for illegally advertising its nicotine pods as a safer alternative to cigarettes, threatening to fine or even seize the company’s products if it doesn’t correct its marketing.

Q&A: Brands are leveraging interactive and story-driven content Special

Trends suggest more publishers, brands, and agencies are leveraging interactive and story-driven content to increase engagement and revenue. Expert Moti Cohen explains why interactive content is changing the way consumers engage with online content

Q&A: Tactics to optimize the mobile customer support experience Special

One often overlooked piece of the customer experience is mobile customer support, but to drive sales business need focus on developing the best mobile experience according to Anand Janefalkar of UJET.

Q&A: Call tracking can assist marketers to gain better insights Special

Drawing analytics from marketing data can be a struggle. However, new forms of automation are emerging to enable marketers to view aggregated form data, and gain insight into which marketing effort provokes the best leads.

Airbus to ask airlines to check wings of older A380s for cracks

Paris - European aircraft maker Airbus will ask airlines operating 25 of its oldest A380 super-jumbo jets to inspect their wings after cracks were found in some models, the EU's Aviation Safety Agency said.

Q&A: Why marketers need to utilize social media Special

Given that 45 percent of people have increased their social media usage over the past year, this highlights the power social holds for both consumers in everyday society and the opportunities for marketers in obtaining data and driving business results.

Q&A: How marketers can crack the code of complex sales Special

With the help of modern sales technology, marketers can gain the insight they need to help sellers close more deals, according to Theresa O’Neil, CMO of Showpad. O'Neil outlines the basis of a strategy.

Q&A: Gamification for seamless marketing experiences Special

Broadcasters have recognized that passive viewership does not drive increases to advertising or marketing. Evidence suggests that gamification strategies can lead to a 100 to 150 percent increase in engagement metrics. An expert provides insight.

En garde! France embraces the lightsaber — as sport

Lyon - It has for decades been the dream of the young and the young-at-heart -- to be like Luke Skywalker from Star Wars and vanquish foes with a lightsaber.

The ethical gold rush: Gilded age for guilt-free jewellery

Paris - Forget how many carats -- how ethical is your gold? As high-end consumers demand to know the origin of their treasures, some jewellers are ensuring they use responsibly sourced, eco-friendly or recycled gold.

Small businesses need a strategy to advertise on social media

Halifax - With nearly half the world's population wired to the Internet, it follows that businesses use social media sites for advertising. But without a clear strategy in place, many small businesses are wasting their time online, says one digital strategist.

Q&A: How augmented reality and big data are shaking up sales Special

Sales people today need to find new and imaginative strategies to market and sell products. This requires new technology and it requires a new approach to sales. A leading expert shows how AR and big data matters for sales today.

Q&A: Why YouTube is the most intimate brand among Millennials Special

YouTube ranked the most intimate brand among millennials for the first time, climbing up from third last year, according to MBLM’s Brand Intimacy 2019 Study. Rina Plapler, partner at MBLM reveals more about the trends and brand intimacy in general.

Q&A: What is in store for digital marketing? Special

Technology is impacting digital marketing in a variety of ways. This includes the latest voice assistants and tech companions, meaning companies have more access to consumer data than ever before.

Q&A: Why more 'humble' software will do us all good in 2019 Special

Marketers face many challenges in an ever-growing competitive landscape. One challenge they don't need is with getting different types of software to work together. Rasmus Skjoldan from Magnolia CMS offers some solutions.

Mark Evans looks to conjure marketing spark in entrepreneurs

A new book from B2B consultant Mark Evans wants to take the dread out of marketing for entrepreneurs with everyday, practical advice.

Google's new phone software aims to end telemarketer calls

The feature lets you use Google Assistant to answer phone calls — it instantly transcribes the phone call and lets you choose if you want to pick up.

Utility survey shows majority of Americans want renewable energy

While Americans are almost manic in their political beliefs, there is one thing the majority does agree on — and that is renewable energy. It is clean, high-tech, it provides jobs and it is the future — and new research shows Americans want it right n

Starbucks finally opens cafe in Italy, home of espresso

Milan - US coffee giant Starbucks opens its first branch in Italy on Thursday, with the sprawling Milan 'roastery' at the avant garde of an ambitious plan to conquer the spiritual home of espresso.

Q&A: Email signatures are a key business communication tool Special

According to Templafy email is an underutilized marketing tool. However, there are also a number of common misconceptions when it comes to email signature marketing. Christian Lund provides some business tips.

Platform provides brands with consumer-led video feedback: Q&A Special

Facebook and Instagram released tools designed to create a more social shopping experience with multiple opportunities for customers to both engage with companies and provide direct feedback on purchases. How big is video feedback set to become?

Legal battle over rights to Olympic founder's name

Lausanne - A Dutch branding company, a global sports organisation and the name of a French aristocrat who has been dead for 80 years might not seem like the ingredients for a high-stakes legal battle.

How intelligence systems help companies win deals: Q&A Special

New technology is allowing companies to obviate the need to find a sales-superstar. By using artificial intelligence, companies can instead turn average sellers into closers. Byron Matthews, CEO of Miller Heiman Group explains how.

What does Alibaba's new AI copywriter mean for advertising?

Earlier this week, Alibaba debuted their new artificial intelligence-backed copywriting tool that — with the literal click of a button — can produce thousands of ads every second. What does this mean for the advertising industry?

Q&A: Time for brands to drop celebs and to use real people Special

According to Sprout Social's new Index report There is a marked revolution happening, driven by a plea from consumers for brands to scrap the photoshopped models from their ads in exchange for more authentic, people. Rachael Samuels explains more.

Unknown marketing firm leaks over 300 million personal records

A data breach by a marketing firm that leaked 340 million personal records was found by a security researcher earlier this month.

Machine intelligence for digital marketing analytics: Interview Special

Marketing goods and services is becoming increasingly complex, and to gain a competitive advantage machine learning and data analytics are required to foster insights. A new tool for this comes from conDati.

Time for brands to focus on social issues: Interview Special

Any brand can tweet, post or even run a campaign around a social issue. However, what matters is if this bandwagoning is in line with their overall mission, according to brand specialist Paul Vivant.

Blockchain is transforming the B2B data exchange: Interview Special

Business-to-business blockchain can increase revenue and potentially take third-party data vendors (Amazon, Facebook) out of the equation entirely, according to Andrew Ma of LemoChain.
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