Friday, July 28, 2006
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
The London Blogging School
London Business School launched its own blog. It is designed for MBA applicants who want to know more about life as part of the London Business School community. The site is managed by the MBA Admissions Team with content provided by students and alumni.
Via Divine Miss N
Via Divine Miss N
Tags: london business school, MBA, lbs
Advertisers' opportunities in video-games
Following from my previous post on in-games advertising, I found this video from bruceprokopets showcasing different ad formats for video-games. Nice work and there is a CNBC report thrown in too.
Tags: in-games advertising, advertising, games
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Youniversal Branding: in-games advertising and online communities
A superb and comprehensive report from trendwatching on opportunities available for brand in games and virtual worlds. There are several case studies mentioned but I will just highlight some numbers here:
- More than 100 million people worldwide log on every month to play interactive computer games (source: NYT, December 2005).
- Gaming is, for gamers, the third-most-popular use of media entertainment in the last week, after watching TV (96%) and listening to music (94%) (source: Mediaedge:cia, December 2005).
- In 2005, advertisers spent approximately $56M placing ads in video games, up from $34 in 2004.
- In-game advertising results in a 60 percent increase in awareness for a new product and animated 3-D ads achieve twice the recall of static billboards (Nielsen Interactive Entertainment)
It's me and me again!
I rarely comment on my public speaking engagements or publishing mentions but I decided to be more upfront. So with a total lack of subtlety, I am pointing out to two recent contributions: an article on blogs in Corp Comms magazine and a merit award for Atticus, WPP's thought-leadership magazine for the piece I submitted to Global PR Blog Week 2.0. last year. Apparently it will be published in the next issue.
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
It has been a long time...
Since my last post. I have been incredibly busy with work, travel (for work) and studies, finishing my third term core courses exams. Two words: corporate finance... I am starting my electives with our summer school, and it does feel like summer. Nothing to do with workload as we have courses throughout the day, and often assignments to hand out for the next day, but because we are enjoying the heatwave that is striking the UK. I am very much looking forward to my first weekend without any homework sine the beginning of this year and will be back blogging next week.
Monday, July 03, 2006
Only on the web, a blog dedicated to cats that look like Hitler....
Sunday, July 02, 2006
It's France v. Portugal in the semi final!
And they did it without stamping on any Brazilian! The sky is the limit now... I see a France v. Germany final, which doesn't bode well for us as we always struggled against the Germans (no pun intended here).
Chinese blog more popular than Boing Boing
The directory of wonderful things lost its crown as most popular blog to an online diary by Xu Jing Lei.
Tags: xujinglei, boing boing, technorati
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