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Two reasons why the RAR Awards are important to you

With transparency and client satisfaction at their centre, the two reasons why the RAR Awards are important to you are the same reasons which drive our team of experts every day. Unlike the majority of awards within our industry, the RAR (Recommended Agency Register) Awards are distributed solely according to the feedback given by each agency’s own clients.

This year the awards ceremony was held at the Marriot Grosvenor Square on 24th April. Shortlisted in […]

What is Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO) and why should you do it?

What is Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO) and why should you do it?

Even though CRO should really be an integral part of every website’s digital strategy it is often overlooked. Wrongfully so as CRO is a great way to gain additional value from your hard-earned website traffic as it takes the traffic you’re already achieving and helps extract the best value from it.

What is Conversion Rate Optimisation?

CRO is the process of optimising your website to […]

Space & Time Media launch innovative training programme

Space & Time is one of the first Media independents to utilise the new Government Apprenticeship Levy, developing an innovative training programme to upskill their 95-strong team
Space & Time Media have partnered with the Bauer Academy to launch a unique digital development programme. The Bauer Academy will act as their training provider for a brand new digitally focused training programme, based on the Government’s Digital Marketer Apprenticeship Standard.

Space & Time’s programme, aptly named ‘Velocity’, […]

21st Century Fox appoints Space & Time to handle their SEO

Space & Time Media’s SEO consultants have been appointed by 21st Century Fox to investigate how people search for illegal streaming and download services, and to give insight into the size of this problem on a global basis.

The agency will also be advising on how to drive more traffic to legal means of accessing content, using optimisation techniques on existing websites.

Donal Langan, Head of SEO at Space and Time, said, “This is a great […]

Top Takeaways from Mediatel’s Out of Home Summit 2018

Space and Time were one of the handful of agency partners invited to the Mediatel OOH summit 2018. An event usually reserved for Media Owners and OOH Specialists, we welcomed the invitation and sent two agency representatives along to soak up all things outdoor and feed back to the agency with new discoveries and the hot topics surrounding the out of home landscape.

Held at the ever-impressive Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures […]

18 years in the making: changes to media planning since Space and Time Media launched in 2000

It isn’t a startling revelation to point out that advances in media technology and the ways in which consumers access information are driving profound, fundamental change at an accelerating pace. If you want to feel old, show a CD to a five-year-old.

Less obvious to many is that for all this change, the basic role of media within our lives remains constant: when media works, it connects us to friends and family, powers our careers, […]

Kiddylicious appoints Space & Time to handle media planning and buying

Kiddylicious is the second biggest brand in the UK baby and toddler snacking market.

As of January 2018, Space & Time Media has been appointed by The Kid’s Food Company to look after the media planning and buying for their Kiddylicious range of baby, toddler and pre-schooler meals and snacks.

Justin Stracey, Director said “we are delighted to be working with a company that cares as much about its customers as it does about its brand, […]

The changing face of Instagram

Of all the social channels, Instagram has been the fastest growing and most innovative over the past year. In fact, it has added so many features recently that it’s been a major task to keep up with its evolution and understand the ways that they can be put to work within the marketing space. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how much Instagram has grown over the past year and what […]

The Value of Attribution in 2018

With the ever-increasing availability of granular detail about what customers buy, do, believe and say about their preferred brands, 2018 will be a tipping point. The year in which a greater volume of advertisers recognise that the value of the data they hold is greater than a simple understanding of which channel will sell most widgets.

Make sense of data already being collected

Two of the wettest names in this deluge of enriched data are […]

Facebook’s newsfeed update… what does it mean?

On Friday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dropped a bit of a bombshell. The newsfeed is changing in a big way. Content created by brands and publishers will now be shown less, while content from your friends and family will take priority within the Facebook newsfeed. The idea is to make the time you spend on Facebook ‘valuable’, rather than the ‘passive experience’ that reading news stories and watching videos can be. So why take […]