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How to solve the conundrum of Google
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How to solve the conundrum of Google

There are three factors to consider when assessing the challenge Google faces in policing the content on its sites, says Total Media's managing director.

Advertising

We don't need 'new' models, we need more brilliant work
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We don't need 'new' models, we need more brilliant work

Clients aren't empowered to buy bold work and agencies continue to churn out safe work. says Duke's CEO and co-founder

Advice for anyone adverse to change
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Advice for anyone adverse to change

You can't really buy into any change until you fully understand what it means for you personally, writes Sue Unerman.

Progress means being honest with ourselves
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Progress means being honest with ourselves

Adland must recognise that diversity is an HR, not a PR, issue. So let's spend less time talking about change and more time delivering it.

Digital marketing

The IAB could just carry on being brash and annoying
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The IAB could just carry on being brash and annoying

When 22% of British adults are trying to stop something happening, that's a sign that something is up, says the head of digital strategy at MullenLowe Profero.

Live in the future, they said. We'll have delivery drones, they said
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Live in the future, they said. We'll have delivery drones, they said

Don't dismiss Amazon's drones as futuristic nonsense - this might be the next bold idea that catches retailers unawares, writes Phillip Dyte, strategy director at iProspect UK.

Why aren't all ads viewable?
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Why aren't all ads viewable?

Publishers are having a tough time, taking fire from customers on both sides while readers block ads and advertisers complain about viewability, writes Anant Joshi, Meetrics' director of international business.