Browsing: Adobe

News
Totally addicted to clicks
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Adobe has been beating the accountability drum recently, with some great spots for its ‘do you know what your marketing is doing?’ campaign that show the perils of not basing your decisions on good data. And its latest effort has perfectly sent up the insatiable demand for clicks by equating a marketer with a junkie on the hunt for their next fix.

Opinion
Digital smarts = commercial gains
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The correlation between digital marketing excellence and revenue is on the rise, says Adobe’s Tamara Gaffney. And New Zealand and Australia are doing well when it comes to engagement and conversion rates.

News
The year of the digital experiment
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Econsultancy’s first Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing for 2014 shows a strong appetite for digital risk in spite of a lack of support from the top and squeezed budgets. Content, targeting, social media engagement and mobile optimisation were high on the agenda of surveyed companies.

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The curse of the click
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Retail guru John Wannamaker is credited with the classic ad quote “half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half”. There’s still plenty of mystery in marketing, but there are certainly a host of sophisticated analytics tools that give those forking out for the ads an opportunity to measure their effect. And Adobe and Goodby Silverstein + Partners have launched a brilliant new spot to show how gut feel isn’t the best business strategy.

Movings/shakings
Movings/Shakings: 21 August
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Spark PHD welcomes back an old friend, CAANZ announces its international Effie judge, Healthy Life Media’s allergic reaction, Adshool students have something to crow about, The PR Shop goes corporate, TEDx announces its speaker line-up and Adobe appoints a new communicator.

Movings/shakings
Movings/Shakings: February 23
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Rod Vaughan joins the NBR, TVNZ announces Guyon Espiner’s replacement for Q+A, fast Foxtrot means changes at Tango, Rochelle Weaver swaps bus shelters for banks, Martin Shanahan puts some new boots on at Tangible Media, The Pond continues to burst its banks, TradeMe trades up, mobile advertising network InMobi launches in New Zealand, the PR Shop adds to its Aussie arsenal, Tina McIntosh embraces the child within and Ben English takes over at Adobe.

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Snazzy digi-work gives Resn rare opportunity to touch Mark Hamill
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Resn, one of the few digital agencies in New Zealand doing regular international work, picked up a host of awards last year, including digital agency of the year for the second year running in the CREATIVE Hotshop awards and more Pixels than you could shake a stick at. And ’tis the awards season once again, with the Toyota Racing Sponsafier website it created for Saatchi & Saatchi Los Angeles chosen as one of three finalists in the ‘Advertising and Branding’ section of Adobe’s MAX Awards and the same website winning a silver in the Brand Destination Site for the American Interactive Advertising Bureau’s Mixx Awards.