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Stephen Newton leads Clicks2Customers’ push for digital dominance in Africa.

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Hot on the heels of Clicks2Customers’ opening its Johannesburg offices the company is proud to announce that ex-head of Google South Africa and well-known Digital Entrepreneur, Stephen A Newton, has joined the company as Founder, African Operations. “I am very excited about the opportunity to leverage the C2C brand through the African continent,” says Newton. Read more…

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AMPS (Jan – Dec 2013)…Storyteller style

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The Saarf All Media and Products Survey (AMPS) has been conducted in South Africa since 1975. Over the past 40 years, the survey has continuously evolved and expanded, keeping pace with the rapid change and development in local media and consumer landscapes. It remains the backbone of local market research due to its all-inclusive nature, Read more…

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Times LIVE cracks a million!

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Times Media LIVE is proud to announce that TimesLIVE.co.za, one of its standout websites, has broken the 1 million user mark in March 2014 (Effective Measure, South Africa, March 2014). This is the first time the number was reached on a news website as part of the network, and has gone a long way to Read more…

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BBC.com hosts an intimate round table discussion

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Distinguished panelists included Trevor Manuel, Michael Teke, Richard Gush and Annabel Bishop   On the 26th March 2014, BBC.com hosted a roundtable discussion at the Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg. One of the BBC’s most acclaimed broadcasters and anchors, Zeinab Badawi, guided the panel of esteemed speakers through a discussion on South Africa’s membership of BRICS. Read more…

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Mosaic helps Habari map the Rainbow Nation

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Habari Media is proud to announce its partnership with P:Cubed, a specialist analytically-driven marketing services provider, to incorporate a new consumer classification system called Mosaic SA into Habari’s mobile and mailer database. This partnership sees the unification of two leaders in their respective fields – Habari Media as a dynamic and award-winning multimedia sales house Read more…

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Student Brands Sports Issue

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The 12th edition of Student Brands magazine has hit campuses Nationwide this March, with more action than a Don Bradman Cricket 4 game. This colourful Sports Issue covers a wide variety of sporting and active lifestyle related topics relevant to our trending youth. We take an in-depth look at future, current and forgotten student sports Read more…

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Auto Trader Boosts Unique Visitor Numbers By 46% (YoY)

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South Africa’s most visited motoring brand online, Auto Trader, received a record number of unique visitors in October last year, as part of their #CarLove campaign. Launched on social media networks, the campaign ran in the last quarter of 2013, and proved just how effective cross-channel marketing can be.   “The unique visitors to our Read more…

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Alex Spagnoletti opens Gauteng office as new Country Head for Clicks2Customers.

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Full service digital marketing agency, Clicks2Customers, has finally opened its Johannesburg offices with new Country Head, Alex Spagnoletti, at the helm. “I’m delighted to join this ambitious, quality-driven company that is well respected for its results-orientated philosophy,” says Spagnoletti. “Clicks2Customers is the largest Digital Specialist Media Agency in Southern Africa, not only in terms of Read more…

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WoodWing releases Enterprise 9.2 – WordPress connector and smooth processes

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WoodWing Software released version 9.2 of its multi-channel publishing system Enterprise. Via a brand new connector, this release enables the centralized publication of content to WordPress sites. Additional new features ensure even smoother and faster processes in multi-channel publishing environments. The new version 9.2 of WoodWing´s multi-channel publishing system Enterprise offers a new connector enabling the centralized Read more…