A new campaign kicked off last night promoting Freeview, the new digital offerings by Australia’s free-to-air television networks. This is the second campaign in less than 6 months, coming on the heals of the much […] Read More
Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs You can always rely on old Bill. When your audience is sinking, bring out Mr Connolly and he’ll put you back on top. Channel Seven, lacking Packed To The […] Read More
Web technology continues to encroach on traditional media at a rapid pace. While many US newspapers give way to online, television is also being transformed by new technology. Here are some examples coming out of […] Read More
Newcastle TV ratings week 12, 2009 Last week we discussed that it was all about NBN. We’ll deja vu again Newcastle, NBN is not going no where, in fact if it’s going anywhere it’s going […] Read More
National TV ratings week ending 28 March 2009 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs It was a truly polymorphous push for the hearts and minds of Australia last week, instead of the usual bilateral battle […] Read More
Newcastle TV ratings week 12, 2009 Would you call it ‘Needs NBN’ or ‘Lives NBN’… Newcastle goes Nuts over NBN? Which one would you rather read it off? The ‘Ratings’ itself or the ‘Most Watched […] Read More
National TV ratings week ending 21 March 2009 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs Channel Seven won the week, averaging 28.5 per cent of the prime time audience, while Nine got 26.7 per cent (thanks […] Read More
Newcastle TV ratings week 11, 2009 They try and sell to us in this economic crisis to stay in and save by watching more TV. According to last weeks ratings, what Newcastle did was stay in and […] Read More
National TV ratings week ending 14 March 2009 Source: David Dale, Sun Herald blogs Having two hit shows is not enough. Underbelly wins Monday night for Nine, and Two and a Half Men performs well […] Read More
Newcastle TV ratings week 10, 2009 As the weeks go by the Hunter ratings get more interesting. NBN last week was a clear winner with a 10.6 lead over Prime. This week that lead rises […] Read More
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Craig Wilson a leading digital and inbound marketing consultant who was recently ranked globally as one of Top 100 SEO Experts to follow. He is managing director of Sticky, a digital agency based in Newcastle, Australia and co-founder of DiG Festival.
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Craig is a contributor to the collaborative series of world-wide marketing books The Age of Conversation 1, 2, 3. He has contributed to Marketing Magazine and Digital Ministry and is often called on by media to comment on industry news. Craig is regularly invited to speak on media issues, especially social and digital media, and at various events around Australia on topics ranging from Search Engine Optimisation, the changing media and marketing landscape and inbound marketing.Read More...
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