Nokia ‘Dot’ – the power of the N8

Published 17th September A new ad for the Nokia N8 using a CellScope microscope has set a Guinness World Record for the “smallest stop-motion animation character in a film”. The ad, by Wallace & Gromit creators Aardman Animations for Wieden + Kennedy London, features Dot, a 9mm girl who wakes up in a magical, magnified […]

Mobile advertising needs to recognise communication and social aspects

Published 10th September Today the overwhelming majority of people with mobile phones use it to communicate with each other. Interactive communication is the most predominant, most consistent, and most active use of the mobile today. The mobile phone is a communication and social tool. The mobile has given a freedom to the consumer to be […]

Impact of Online video on TV advertising – the future of online marketing

Published 14th August Having recently read about the raging debate at Marketing Week on the potential impact online video will have on television advertising. Yesterday the bus waiting experience came true. Nothing for a while then a couple come a long at the same time. Online video as a promotional medium – broadcasters may well be worried. […]

Local mobile search: Directories vs Google

Directory Publishers Can Beat Google & Co. To Lead In Local Mobile Search & Services If They Provide Actionable Answers Published: May 2008 Author: Martin Wilson In-Brief: Directory publishers are better positioned to deliver compelling location-based information and services than rival portal providers and search engines. At first glance it may appear that the nimble […]