“Making the ‘Best Search Performance’ shortlist in the Google Premier Partner Awards is great reward for the daily efforts from our campaign and account managers, who really do go above and beyond in terms of client service delivery,” says NMP (SA) Managing Director, Nic van den Bergh.
“When we launched this brand a little over a year ago we set out to achieve one common goal . . . ‘evolving digital performance’. This nomination is proof that our collective efforts are starting to pay off.”
Tich Savanhu and Andrew Smit, Clicks2Customers
Google Shopping has delivered excellent results for global brands and with a South African launch immanent, global search and digital marketing specialists, Clicks2Customers, looks at what local brands should be doing to ensure they are not left behind when the virtual doors open.
What is Google Shopping?
Google Shopping campaigns (formally referred to as Product Listing Ads) have been used effectively by international retailers since 2012. They put product images, price and business name right in front of users searching on Google, no matter what device they’re using, in essence, creating a storefront on the world’s biggest web platform.
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This month sees the highly anticipated launch of Engage Me, a brand new online publication, designed to showcase the challenges and opportunities faced by an ever-changing work environment.
The brainchild of Brett Smyth, founder of Dubai’s premier employee engagement consultancy, Engage Me, the new magazine looks set to serve as the ultimate resource for business leaders, HR professionals and employees alike, showcasing key trends, inspirational stories and curated insights designed to generate dialogue and improve employee engagement efforts across the Middle East and Africa.
Augmented and mixed realities are significantly boosting marketing departments’ efficacy. But AR is now boldly venturing into the rest of the workplace. From HR to R&D departments, the business case for AR is not only compelling, but in many instances revolutionising the way organisations engage with internal and external customers.
Using AR to engage with customers through layered digital discovery has already been well documented. However, use cases have been concentrated in the marketing fields and, by and large, under the auspices of the CMO and CTO of large corporations.
The Fact Foundry is excited to announce its association with Google to provide digital skills training to youth in Southern Africa.
Google announced in early 2016 that they aim to train one million Africans across the continent, to help prepare the youth to successfully participate in the digital economy. With high numbers of unemployed youth, the training can help alleviate this current trend by fostering new entrepreneurs and work opportunities. Access to these skills and the ability to apply them will equip individuals with the necessary tools to improve their own livelihood, whilst at the same time contribute to the growth and prosperity of their communities. This vision is shared by The Fact Foundry, and is excited to be associated with Google in this endeavour.
IAB SA’s Head of Regulatory Affairs, Andrew Allison, speaks to eNCA about internet censorship and unpacks key concerns with regard to the Film and Publication Amendment Bill which was recently debated in Parliament. View the interview below:
We believe that if society is going to truly change, if young people are going to be treated justly, with dignity and
respect, then they must lead the change themselves. We exist to work with young people, and for young people,
to harness and accelerate their ability to create their own sustainable livelihoods – with a voice, a living, and the
freedom to be their best selves.
Our digital platforms amplify authentic youth voices to drive a new narrative of what it means to be a young person on a changing continent. Our digital campaigns and youth engagement programs are co-created to deliver genuine
opportunity for young people to create their own sustainable futures.
Interface Digital (IFD) and Vicinity Media partner to deliver premium location-based mobile advertising solutions. With the summer holiday season around the corner, this service allows businesses to drive feet to their stores in a more efficient and cost effective manner.
“Location Based Advertising (LBA) allows companies to adjust their marketing messages to suit a number of specific scenarios,” says Dennis Armstrong, MD of Interface Digital. “Not only are they able to geographically target customers (down to street level) but their marketing can also dynamically be adjusted to suit variables such as a specific time of day or prevailing weather conditions.”