22% of public recognise OnTheMarket, says Zoopla research

first_imgThe marketing mountain that OnTheMarket must climb to catch up its two main rivals has been revealed today after Zoopla published its latest brand awareness figures.Parent group ZPG paid market research firm Harris Interactive to quiz 1,100 people about which of the three main portals – OnTheMarket, Zoopla and Rightmove – they recognised.It found that 22% recognised OnTheMarket, an increase of 1% compared to May this year, while 90% recognised Zoopla and 83% Rightmove.The responses from the research were prompted – meaning the people surveyed were shown the portals’ logos and then asked if they recognised them – but Zoopla in addition asked them to recall the main portal brands unprompted.Zoopla says this research revealed that 47% of respondents recalled its name while 39% remembered Rightmove and 3% recalled OnTheMarket.The fruits of Zoopla’s ‘always on’ promotional activity is clearly bearing fruit. In recent years it has often outspent Rightmove on TV and, for a time, had a virtual monopoly on London’s black cab advertising. Also, in July this year it wrapped an entire fleet of London buses in purple.Gareth Helm, Group Chief Marketing Officer for ZPG (pictured), says: “Our ongoing investment in brand resulting in consumers increasingly recognising that we are the most useful resource when finding, moving or managing their home creates clear value and exposure for our partners which ultimately helps us to help them win more business.”In May this year ZPG said the Zoopla brand had surpassed Rightmove in brand awareness for the first time. The Negotiator contacted OnTheMarket about the figures, but a spokesperson said they did not wish to make any comment. Gareth Helm Zoopla Rightmove OnTheMarket Zoopla October 28, 2016Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Home » News » Marketing » 22% of public recognise OnTheMarket, says Zoopla research previous nextMarketing22% of public recognise OnTheMarket, says Zoopla researchZPG claims its brand beats both portal rivals for awarenessNigel Lewis28th October 20160641 Viewslast_img read more

February 1, 2003 On the Move

first_img Franklin Zemel has become a partner with Broad & Cassel, at 1 Financial Plaza, Suite 2700, Ft. Lauderdale 33394, telephone (954)764-7060. He concentrates in appellate practice, business law, complex civil litigation, and labor and employment law. Brian S. Adler and Deborah R. Mayo have been named partners of Bilzin, Sumberg, Dunn, Baena, Price & Axelrod, LLP, with offices at 200 S. Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 2500, Miami 33131, telephone (305)374-7580. Adler concentrates on municipal zoning and land use processes, while Mayo is an associate with the firm’s corporate and securities department. David W. Henry has become a shareholder with Allen, Dyer, Doppelt, Milbrath, & Gilchrist, P.A., with offices at 255 S. Orange Ave., Ste. 1401, Orlando 32801, telephone (407)841-2330. He concentrates in intellectual property, professional liability, and insurance litigation. Brian G. Rich has become a shareholder with Berger Singerman, with offices at 200 S. Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 2950, Miami 33131, telephone (954)4944828. He practices in reorganization, bankruptcy, and avoidance action litigation. Monica Roisman has joined Coane and Associates, with offices at 201 S. Biscayne Blvd., 28th floor, Miami 33131, telephone (305)913-7533. The firm concentrates in immigration law and labor and employment law. Mark Mohler has been elected as a partner of Baker & Hostetler, LLP, with offices at 200 S. Orange Ave., Ste. 2300, Orlando 32801, telephone (407)6494031. He practices in business transactions, taxation, and mergers and acquisitions. Angela B. Green announces the relocation of Angela B. Green, P.A., to 8527 S.E. 71st Ave., Ocala 34472, telephone (352)347-9038. She concentrates in telecommunications law. Matthew J. Conigliaro, former deputy solicitor general for the state of Florida, has re-joined Carlton Fields, with offices at 200 Central Ave., Ste. 2300, St. Petersburg 33701, telephone (727)821-7000. Beth Ann Cronin has been named a partner of Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., with offices at 401 E. Jackson St., Tampa 33602, telephone (813)222-6630. She concentrates in general commercial litigation. Paul B. Ranis has been named a partner of Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., with offices at 200 E. Broward Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale 33302, telephone (954)764-6660. He concentrates in employment and commercial litigation. Jon L. Swergold has been named a partner of Ruden, McClosky, Smith, Schuster & Russell, P.A., with offices at 222 Lakeview Ave., Ste. 800, West Palm Beach 33401, telephone (561)838-4521. He practices in commercial and general civil litigation. Michael S. Budwick has become a partner with Meland, Russin, Hellinger & Budwick, P.A., with offices at 3000 Wachovia Financial Center, 200 S. Biscayne Blvd., Miami 33131. He practices in real estate, bankruptcy, and commercial litigation. R. Eric Bilik has become a partner with McGuire Woods, LLP, with offices at 50 N. Laura St., Ste. 3300, Jacksonville 32202, telephone (904)798-3200. He practices in litigating and arbitrating business torts, distribution and franchising disputes, and commercial contract matters. Rodger L. Hochman has become of counsel to Ferrell, Schultz, Carter, Zumpano & Fertel, with offices at 201 S. Biscayne Blvd., Ste. 3400, Miami 33131, telephone (305)371-8585. He practices in health care matters and corporate transactions. G. Andrew Gracy has joined Peebles & Gracy, P.A., with offices located at 826 Broadway, Dunedin 34698, telephone (727)736-1411. He practices in estate planning, probate, real estate, and family law. Jacob C. Dykxhoorn has become a shareholder with Peterson & Myers, P.A., with offices located at 130 E. Central Avenue, Lake Wales 33859, telephone (863)676-7611. He practices in the areas of real estate, condominiums, mobile home law, and estate and tax planning. Mark A. Humphrey, Lynn S. Alfano, Soobadra C. Gauthier, and Joseph L. Larrinaga have become associated with Kingsford and Rock, P.A., with new offices located at Westshore Place I, 4350 W. Cypress St., Ste. 200, Tampa 33607, telephone (813)874-0222. The firm concentrates in insurance defense cases. Edward J. Carbone and Scott C. Davis have been promoted to shareholder of Buchanan Ingersoll, with offices at 401 E. Jackson St., Tampa 33602-5233, telephone (813)222-8180. Carbone concentrates in healthcare, medical malpractice, and residents’ rights litigation. Davis practices in general business and contract litigation, intellectual property litigation, and employment litigation. Arthur Graham has become a shareholder with Landis Graham French, P.A., with offices located at 543 S. Ridgewood Ave., Daytona Beach 32114, telephone (386)252-4717. He concentrates in civil litigation, insurance defense, and mediation. Marc M. Mayo, former senior vice president and general counsel of MPS Group, Inc., has become a shareholder with Rogers, Towers, Bailey, Jones & Gay, P.A., with offices at 1301 Riverplace Blvd., Ste. 1500, Jacksonville 32207, telephone (904)398-3911. He practices in labor and employment law, equal opportunity law, and civil rights law. JC Miller has joined Haynsworth Baldwin Johnson & Greaves LLC, with offices at 1301 Riverplace Blvd., Ste. 800, Jacksonville 32207. She has also been appointed as the managing partner of the Jacksonville office. She concentrates in labor and employment law, including sexual harassment, race discrimination, and civil rights. February 1, 2003 On the Move February 1, 2003 Regular Newslast_img read more

NFL, NFLPA agree to daily COVID-19 testing; league reportedly offers to cut all preseason games

first_imgThe agreement for daily testing also came one day after several NFL players took to social media to voice their concerns over a lack of a player safety plan for scheduled training camps. Prominent players such as Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry all commented on social media on Sunday under the hashtag WeWantToPlay. “We know that we can’t eliminate risk, but we’re trying to mitigate it as much as possible for everyone,” Sills said. “We know that this is going to be a shared responsibility.” NFL offered the NFLPA today to play zero preseason games this summer, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 20, 2020The number of preseason games has been a point of contention leading up to the start of training camp, with the players not wanting to play any preseason games this year.The frequency of tests had also been one of the biggest issues between the two sides, with the NFLPA pushing for daily tests as opposed to the league’s position of every other day. After two weeks of daily testing, the timeliness of the tests will be switched to every other day if the positivity rate falls below five percent among players and Tier I and Tier II individuals. The daily tests will continue past the two-week mark if the positivity rate does not drop. MORE: Training camp dates, preseason games, COVID-19 protocols”There’s no finish line with health and safety and I think these protocols are very much living and breathing documents, which means they will change as we gain new knowledge about this virus, as we gain new knowledge about transmission, as we gain new knowledge about testing and there are new tests and new techniques that come online,” Dr. Allen Sills, the NFL chief medical officer, said during a conference call. “We very much anticipate that these protocols will change.”The decision to test every day came as rookies for the Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans were set to report to camp, and under the league’s protocols, a player must produce one negative test before he is allowed to enter his team’s facility. “These are complicated issues which involve a lot of factors,” Sills said. “But suffice it to say we very much look at it from a medical and public health standpoint, and we want to make sure that first and foremost we’re creating the safest possible environment for our players, for our coaches and our staff, but that we’re also operating within the safest environment for each one of our clubs’ locations, which means ongoing and regular communication with the public health authorities in those areas.” The NFL and NFL Players Association reached an agreement Monday over the issue of coronavirus testing, with tests to be administered daily for at least the first two weeks of training camp. In addition, the league has reportedly offered to cut all preseason games, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.last_img read more