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Newspaper ABCs: Digital figures for August 2014

Mail Online continues to lead the websites for the UK's national newspapers, with more than 11.3 million daily unique browsers in August, while the biggest risers year on year are sites for the Metro (175%) and the Mirror (99%).


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British Humanist Society apes Thought for the Day on the Underground

The British Humanist Association (BHA) has launched a poster campaign in 100 London Underground stations, asking commuters to think about the topic, "What's it all for?"


Smirnoff bids to rid nightclubs of pretension

Smirnoff, the Diageo-owned vodka brand, has unveiled a £15 million campaign across Europe.


WPP strikes strategic deal with AppNexus

WPP has signed a strategic deal with the ad tech company AppNexus.


Apple is consumer darling with "record" iPhone 6 sales - but is the record meaningless?

Apple has sold more than 10m iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models in their first weekend on sale, marking a new record for the company.


Peugeot 508 ad harks back to Spaghetti Westerns

The tropes of the the Spaghetti Western - mysterious protagonists, frontier towns, close-ups of the faces of dirty, grizzled men, and guitar riffs - are paid homage in a TV ad for Peugeot's 508.


Kids health app wins Tesco hackathon

Tesco has launched an app that helps children chose healthier food, following a 48 hour hackathon.


Burberry, Coca-Cola and M&S are top tweeters as FTSE 100 embraces social

Some 90 companies in the FTSE 100 are now on Twitter, with Burberry, Coca-Cola and ITV among the most followed tweeters, according to a new report by communications agency Battenhall.


Rankin explores 'freedom and flexibility' of Lycra for latest campaign

Lycra has developed a new global campaign with the strapline 'Lycra moves you'.


UK agencies dominate Grand Clio Awards 2014

UK agencies are set to dominate the Grand Clio Awards this year, after winning five of the nine categories up for grabs.


Holidaymakers eschew travel websites in favour of general internet searches

Holidaymakers are eschewing travel websites in favour of general internet searches when seeking ideas about where to book a trip, according to new research.


Downton Abbey launch audience drops 1.1m from 2013

'Downton Abbey' returned with an average audience of 8.4 million last night, down from 9.5 million last year.


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