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We regularly post on the issues and what we have observed happening in the complex world of marketing. The views and opinions are ours - and we are always open for debate. Let’s chat.

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Reach and Frequency: What should be the priority? - AMBA Agency

14.05.19 / 06:00AM / Peter O'Leary

Let’s say that you've been tasked with delivering the best results from a limited budget. It’s now time to decide on the optimal exposure/reach and frequency needed to make your advertising campaign a major success - there are so many options, opinions and possibilities. More importantly, how would you know if you have the right strategy?

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Advertising, Media Advertising, Media Strategy

The media, the audience and the Advertiser.

15.12.17 / 03:08AM / Peter O'Leary

The relationship between the Audience, Advertiser and Media is fascinatingly delicate:

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Media Advertising

The Use of Rational vs Emotional Persuasion in Advertising

11.10.16 / 03:00AM / Stephen Gnall

Emotion-oriented messaging for the sort-of watchers It should come as little surprise in today’s media-proliferated, multi-platform world, that the average human attention span has dropped to an all-time low. The fact that consumers now spend shorter intervals concentrating on specific distractions isn’t what’s interesting though. It’s the new way many buyers are behaving inside of those micro-moments that’s intriguing.

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Digital Advertising, Advertising, Media Advertising, Effective Advertising, television advertising

Television: Advertising’s Relentless Juggernaut

30.08.16 / 11:30PM / Stephen Gnall

How television has revolutionised advertising The world’s first paid television ad vibrated across New York City TV screens on 1st July 1941. The exact dollar figure has been lost to time, but what we do know is that the Bulova watch company paid somewhere between $4 and $9 to broadcast their logo, along with the phrase, “Bulova Watch Time” just prior to the opening pitch of that evening’s Phillies/Dodgers game on WBNT.*

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Advertising, Media Advertising, television advertising, television