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The First Boozeday In November

Australians are famous for many things; riding kangaroos down Pitt Street in Sydney, volunteering to go and kill whoever Winston Churchill didn’t like, and betting on horse races. 263 more words

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Ten Last-Minute Halloween Content Marketing Ideas

Content marketing Ideas for Halloween, for your brand could range from creating a haul video to posts about your new product launches for Halloween. Content that is usually shareable has usefulness with relevance, however, for Halloween there is greater creative flexibility with publishers looking at newer ways to engage the tricking and treating shopper. 883 more words

Social Media

Poking holes in targeted ad algorithms

David Sable, Global CEO at Y&R and a noted Linked in influencer published an article back in September 2016 that pretty much encapsulated something that we’ve been talking to clients about for ages. 518 more words


What to Wear this Halloween: Advertising Agency Edition

Does your office get into the Halloween spirit when October rolls around? Whether you decide to throw a party, head to a haunted house, dress up for work, or just eat your weight in bite-sized candy bars, Halloween is the perfect time to celebrate all things spooky. 570 more words


Behavioural Science...or Magic?

I was recently fortunate enough to attend the first Ideas42 Behavioral Summit in New York. It was an extremely well-organised and inspiring event, and gave a great opportunity to meet like-minded practitioners from a wide-ranging field. 1,050 more words

Behaviour Change

A quick update

So…It’s been over 18 months since my last post, and for me quite a lot has happened. In short:

  1. I left my job at Match Media in Sydney in July 2015 as my wife and I decided to move back to the UK from Australia;
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Behaviour Change

7 Reasons to Redesign Your Old Logo Right Now

Every so often, a company needs a freshening up. The world’s major brands know it–just run a Google search for Pepsi-Cola’s logo progression and you’ll see what I mean. 844 more words