E-Insight Digital Marketing Blog: Brand Marketing
13 January 2016, Lillie Miller
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 unveiled some innovative, entertaining and unique digital products last week. We have curated a list of what we believe to be the highlights of the show. Don’t forget to let us know your thoughts!
30 November 2015, Lillie Miller
Internet of Things (IoT) is all about turning everyday objects into Internet-based, data collection gadgets. The variety of IoT gadgets ranges from nappies and kid trackers to water bottles and fire alarms. To help you navigate this ever growing revolution, we’ve compiled our ultimate list of Internet of Things gadgets and gizmos.
25 November 2015, Tracey Stern
With UK retailers’ Christmas campaigns vying for public attention, Tracey Stern shares her views on who’s in and who’s out.
13 November 2015, Jonathan Saipe
Digital Marketing specialist, Simon Swan gives his insight on how brands can leverage the power of knowledge centres.
24 November 2014, Tracey Stern
I am pretty sure that had the Ten Commandments been updated for our modern era, they would have included a mandate for all clients who advertise, to make the best and most emotionally driven Christmas TV ad possible. Read Tracey Stern’s critique of this year’s Christmas Ads from the UK’s top retailers.
12 August 2014, Jonathan Saipe
Google Trends is an incredibly useful tool, yet often side-lined by marketers. It publishes aggregated search data that helps planners, researchers and of course marketers understand their audiences’ search behaviour as well vertical, regional and seasonal trends.
30 April 2014, Tracey Stern
Is Nike’s superb “Winner Stays” World Cup video, content or advertising? Tracey Stern, partner of Emarketeers discusses.
4 April 2013, Tracey Stern
With an ever growing list of scandals from brand ambassadors including Tiger Woods, Lance Armstrong and most recently Oscar Pistorius, does brand sponsorship need to be re-evaluated?
5 February 2012, Steff Aquarone
The past few years have seen massive changes in the way we consume video – not least that Internet users now upload more than an hour of new video to YouTube every second and watch 4 billion videos per day.
Although many are lagging behind, some brands have realised that their viewers aren’t trapped into watching content any more, so in order to work, their content has to be seriously useful, interesting or entertaining.