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IABUK: Digital Britain Conference

Another terrific day of industry insight, state-of-the-industry stock taking and top bants courtesy of IABUK!

Alongside the traditional lathering on of Really Rather Big Numbers concerning digital consumption, there were some fantastic case studies, the odd bit of well-disguised sales patter and the usual misty-eyed reflection on how different things are for children today. Two year olds being adept at using an iPad; children growing up without ever seeing a desktop (I just needed that […]

Redefining The National

Today sees the launch of 24, The North’s National. Published by CN Media Group, the title will be sold Monday to Friday at a cover price of 40p. It will be available along the western side of the middle bit of the UK, between Southport in the South and Dumfries in the North. For the first two weeks a guaranteed 150,000 copies will be distributed each day, with hand-to-hand and door-to-door distribution used to […]

Client Success at the Scottish Home Awards

The great and the good of the Scottish new homes industry congregated in Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on Thursday night for the annual Scottish Home Awards.

The event helped raise money for the fantastic charity It’s Good To Give, which supports children and young people with cancer and their families.
We were delighted to sponsor the event again and even more delighted to see some of our wonderful clients win awards on the night.

CALA Homes went home […]

Sector Experience We are the single biggest buying point of property advertising in the UK. This gives us unique market insight that no other agency can offer. We work with 12 of the Top 20 house builders.

See Me collect Marketing Society Star Award

We’re delighted to announce that our client See Me picked up the thoroughly well-deserved ‘Cause Related, Charity and Not for Profit’ award at the 2016 Marketing Society Star Awards in Edinburgh last week. See Me is Scotland’s programme to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination and the award was received for the ‘Power Of Okay’ campaign which hit cinemas, radio and a variety of online platforms in the latter part of 2015.

Lisa Cohen, National […]

Google Ads & Analytics Innovations

Google Ads & Analytics Innovations

On the 24th May 2016, Google announced their latest mobile-first innovations. Mobile, it seems, has been front of mind with “the year of mobile” the key phrase for years now. We have to agree that the shift to mobile is no longer happening it has happened. Now half of Google searches are on Mobile and Tablet devices and these searches matter because they represent consumer’s moments – ‘I’ Want-to-know, Want-to-go, Want-to-do and Want-to-buy, micro-moments.

The […]

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How we Rocked Berlin with Google!

On May 12th 2016 Space & Time joined 150 of the top 4,000 agencies across Europe, Middle East and Africa in Berlin for Google’s Ready To Rock – The Trophies.

Last year Space & Time finished as winners of the Ready To Rock competition and we enjoyed a trip to the Google Partners Summit at their HQ in Mountainview California.

Ready To Rock – The Trophies was a follow up to this and gave us the […]

Space and Time Media Shortlisted for The Drum Search Awards 2016

drum search awards

Space and Time Media are delighted to announce our nominations for The DRUM Search Awards 2016. We have been shortlisted in two categories: Best Charity/Not for Profit PPC Campaign; See Me, Ending the Stigma of Mental Health and Best Travel/Leisure/Sports PPC Campaign; The Dream Lodge Group, Improving Campaign Effectiveness. Both entries are a terrific opportunity for us to showcase our work with some great Brands.

See Me is Scotland’s programme to tackle mental health stigma […]

Making sense of the HBF Policy Conference 2016

The HBF Policy Conference 2016 saw many of the key players within the house building industry converge in Central London to discuss and debate the housing market in its current state, and more importantly, the short and longer term challenges facing developers.

Key questions included:
• Will the industry step up the outcry for more housing?
• What impact will the Starter Homes Scheme have on supply?
• How can developers effectively steward the supply chain and skills that are so […]