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10 examples of Cadbury's sweetest marketing campaigns & creative

Not only is Cadbury one of Britain’s most well-known brands, it’s also one of the nation’s oldest - first established in 1824.

Though taken over by Mondelez International in 2010, it has managed to retain its British headquarters (and its decidedly British disposition).

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The best social stories and campaigns from March 2018

I think it’s time to dive back into the ever-changing world of social!

Here’s a look back at the biggest stories and campaigns we saw in March, featuring International Women’s Day, Nike, Trainline, YouTube TV, Zlatan and more.

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The best digital marketing stats we’ve seen this week

Before you get stuck into that stack of choccy eggs, don’t forget to sample the finest digital marketing stats around this week.

The roundup includes news about US ad spend, programmatic budgets, and online influencers. Check out the Internet Statistics Compendium for lots more to boot.

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Facebook is in real trouble: What it could mean for marketers

The world's most dominant social media company, Facebook, is facing the biggest crisis of its life after it was revealed that an outfit called Cambridge Analytica managed to obtain Facebook data for some 50m users under false pretenses.

The Cambridge Analytica story has sparked a fury and led to a still-ongoing stream of negative headlines for Facebook that is entering its second week.

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What is cross-channel advertising and why do you need it?

Google and Facebook are said to account for over a quarter of UK internet time, or one in every three and a half minutes that Brits spend online

Essentially, when we’re online, it’s highly likely that we’re using a Google or Facebook-owned app or website, whether that be Gmail, Chrome, WhatsApp or Instagram.

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Chinese marketing trends in 2018: What Western brands need to know

With the largest middle class in the world, China is an attractive market for Western brands. However, brands face various challenges marketing in this dynamic and fast-changing market.

China has a unique digital landscape, consumers have distinctive purchasing behaviours and there’s intense competition between homegrown and foreign brands.

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Will digital phenotyping ever be applied to pharma marketing?

The landscape for pharma marketing is changing rapidly and pharma companies are being forced to rethink how and to whom they market.

For example, it's now reasonable to talk about the possibility of a pharma company shunning sales reps entirely and instead using digital channels to reach healthcare professionals and patients directly – an approach that probably would have seemed unthinkable less than a decade ago.

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How to choose a B2B PR agency

There are more PRs in the UK than bricklayers, or bar managers. The global communications industry continues to grow and B2B marketers have to be sure-footed when commissioning an agency.

So how do you pick a PR?

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Overcoming bias in the SEO & PR industries

I am a PR SEO specialist. In other words, I have one foot in SEO and the other in PR, and this has allowed me to see where the two disciplines intersect—and where they clash.

SEO was/is a male dominated sector; 70% of employees are men. PR, however, is about 70% female. From a gender perspective this has given me the opportunity to be both the minority and the majority simultaneously.

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How can marketers avoid controversial campaigns?

In these polarising times we live in, controversy never seems to be too far away. From day-to-day politics to the world of sport, it appears we have an attraction to things that cause a bit of a stir.

Often, these controversial topics can be a marketer’s best friend acting as link bait. After all, if you’re trying to get people talking about your brand, you need to give them something to talk about.

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Celebrity chefs and their Instagram strategies – More than just food porn?

Social media is a treasure trove of inspiration for foodies. From amateur cooks to Michelin-star chefs – visual platforms have also changed the way professionals are able to promote and share their talents with the world.

So, how exactly do the best chefs harness the power of Instagram? Here’s a run-down of some of the most high-profile chef channels and what they achieve. 

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Facebook quietly rolls out new ad placements as Power Editor merges with Ads Manager

If you've been closely involved with Facebook ads you'll know that Facebook made an announcement to merge Power Editor and Ads Manager for all advertisers in 2018.

The time has now come. But Facebook also sneaked in a massive update, too.

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