Once you’ve mastered the world of Activation, it’s then on to a Managerial or Senior Managerial role in which you’ll have more Strategic and operational responsibility. It’s important you find that balance between technical skill and leadership capability to really be the best Manager you can possibly be. This is something I’ve spent a lotContinue reading “Management: What I’ve learnt.”
Author Archives: Media-Strategist
Digital Marketing: The Hybrid Model.
“What model should we be deploying?” is a question that crosses the minds of marketers regularly as their objectives and needs shift over time. I’ve touched on this question previously when looking at the in-housing vs. outsourcing question in isolation – but one element I want to focus on here is Hybrid modelling. The approachContinue reading “Digital Marketing: The Hybrid Model.”
The Move: Agency to Client Side.
When you’re pondering the move from one side to the other, it pays to quantify what some of your key challenges will be to ensure your first 90 days in business are as effective as possible – even when going the other way. Below, I’m advising on how to prepare yourself for the move fromContinue reading “The Move: Agency to Client Side.”
Podcast Feature: Marketing Mini Bites.
I recently featured on the brand new Marketing Mini bites podcast hosted by Chris Nightingale where we chat about a whole range of topics including: How I got started in Marketing, Working with external partners, Cookies and identity, in-house marketing teams and more! Give it a listen below: YouTube: https://lnkd.in/dbqRFngHSpotify: https://lnkd.in/dbkNcJbV
Start-up Series: Marketing Fundamentals.
The world of start-ups can be a complicated place and Marketing is but one of many elements you’ll need to focus your energy on in order to make your business a success. Fortunately, the resources available to help start-ups in 2021 is abundant. I’ve provided a snapshot below into some of the crucial areas ofContinue reading “Start-up Series: Marketing Fundamentals.”
Podcast Feature: MadTech
This week’s episode of the MadTech podcast sees me join the ExchangeWire team to discuss Netflix getting into Gaming, The future of Podcasting and the responsibility of Social media platforms to protect their users. Check out the episode on Spotify, here.
The Agency & Client Relationship Evolution – Feature.
The last 12 to 18 months has seen a real acceleration in transformation and change, especially across the Brand and Agency ecosystem. In a time that saw significant disruption to strategy and planning, it’s been crucial that Brands receive proper guidance and instruction that’s specific to their requirements. By building a bespoke board of advisors,Continue reading “The Agency & Client Relationship Evolution – Feature.”
Digital Targeting Evolution, First View ’22.
The Digital Targeting ecosystem has changed significantly over the past few years and the rate of change shows no signs of slowing. 2022 will bring about a major milestone in privacy navigation, as Brands respond to losing the remainder of third party cookies. In this series of Quarterly reviews over the course of 2021, I’llContinue reading “Digital Targeting Evolution, First View ’22.”
In-housing vs. Outsourcing – The Persistent Dilemma.
A debate that has spanned the entire existence of Digital Media and that will long continue into the future – is the one of in-housing. Brands and Agencies have long debated the pros and cons of each approach, but the old cliche remains in “do what’s right for your brand”. Back at the end ofContinue reading “In-housing vs. Outsourcing – The Persistent Dilemma.”
Podcast: Advertisers Watching Ads.
At the start of 2021 I appeared on the Advertisers Watching Ads Podcast alongside HeyCar’s Katie Wilson, FIFA’s Dario Salvelli and Automated Creative’s Tom Ollerton. Take a look at the full podcast here, where we discussed a government coronavirus advertisement and how the