Fact sheet What is the name of the Google Update? The Page Experience Update What’s new? An increased focus on Core Web Vitals. What are Core Web Vitals? Loading, Interactivity and Visual Stability When are these changes due? There is no set date, but they’re planned for at least 6 months’ time. Where can I […]
October 2019 marks a highly significant inflection point for The Media Image on the occasion of the official opening of The Media Image US Inc, the agency’s American arm, in New York. TMI now operates from GMT -7 in Las Vegas to GMT +3 in Riga, Latvia and from London, UK in the north to Cape Town, South Africa where our support office is located.
The Media Image announced today that Roar Digital, LLC – the 50/50 venture created by MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) and GVC Holdings (LSE: GVC) – has appointed the company as its full-service digital media agency.
Tom Hutton and Rowan Kleij attend Google Partners’ Agency Leaders Program, in partnership with INSEAD
Last week, Tom and me had the privilege to attend the Google Partners’ Agency Leaders Program near Paris.
We are very proud to announce that we have been made a Facebook Marketing Partner. Facebook Marketing Partners for Agencies is a program, designed to fuel both ours and our clients’ growth by providing us with self-serve access to time-saving tools, resources and education.
2019 Awards season continues and we are delighted to share the good news that TMI has been shortlisted for 2 categories in the Drum Search Awards. Please join me in hearty congratulations to Group Account Director Roy Coughlan and the iGaming team for this nomination in the Sports category with only 2 other contenders. Statistically speaking, we stand a 33% chance of winning which is very exciting because most of the other categories feature between 6 and 8 nominated finalists.
Last week’s blog was about Google’s 20th birthday. Having worked there, it was a very significant and emotional blog for me to write just as the company is now very important to the world. A few days later, the question, “How old is Facebook these days?” popped into my head. As it happens, Facebook is 14 years old. This was not idle speculation.
We are set to move into our new headquarters in the burgeoning Nine Elms district in a few weeks. We have a client base and offices stretching from Scandinavia to South Africa and notable expansion in our core UK and US markets. We are about to launch our consultancy arm with multinational clients like TUI, Avon & Air Charter Services amongst a growing list of satisfied customers.