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Author: Matthew Finch
Mat is Head of Sales and Commercial for Warner Leisure Hotels, who offer UK Short breaks just for grown-ups, part of the Bourne Leisure Group which also operates Butlins and Haven. With 80% of sales coming direct via the call centre and website, Mat knows a bit about optimising multichannel campaigns to maximise sales and return on investment.
Prior to this, Mat worked at Dell as Head of UK Consumer Marketing and then Head of Retail across EMEA. Some of his work included creating the MTV European sponsorship platform and executing the highly catchy "lollipop" colourful laptop campaign across TV, Radio and outdoor media. He was also part of the team that executed Dell's consumer retail strategy across Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia.
Mat started his career in web design and web marketing, before broadening into the wider marketing mix. His stint at digital technology company DoubleClick (part of Google), gave him a great understanding of tracking technology and measuring multichannel results. He remains passionate about digital marketing, especially in tracking, behavioural targeting and the multi-channel mix.
I have issue with the process of online media buying. Agreeing a spend budget for the month, researching a handful of websites, a few phone calls to negotiate the rate, booking a volume of impressions, signing an insertion order before sending over the ad-serving tags.
It feels too rigid, too simplistic, but most of all too much like offline media buying! But is that all about to change?
Doritos, the tortilla corn crisp brand owned by PepsiCo, has launched a new online campaign to engage users with an interactive website, user generated content and strong links to social networking sites.
Historically, FMCG brands have been slow to embrace online marketing as they have struggled to deliver a compelling creative message and measure the effectiveness of their campaigns.