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According to Ofcom’s latest communications report 24% of households in the UK own a tablet device (up from 11%  a year ago) and over half of all adults now own a smartphone.  Not surprisingly, more than half of all digital … » Read more…

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Time to look again at the role of email marketing?

Most adults who are online in the UK (and that’s 85% according to ONS have access to at least one personal email account.  In fact, YouGov found that the average number of email accounts held is four.  The first email … » Read more…

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Building a showroom without walls

I recently had to buy some blinds in a hurry from a department store over hour’s drive away and did not fancy the trip. Nor did I want to wait a few days for a delivery. Enter ‘Click and collect’:  … » Read more…

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The end of the beginning?

January 2013 saw a number of interesting developments which signal, as PWC put it back in June 2012, ‘the end of the beginning’. Facebook announced their full year 2012 results; Ad revenue is up by over 40% year on year … » Read more…

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