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Share Price: 23.75Bid: 23.25Ask: 23.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Blinkx
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 2.15%Open: 24.50High: 24.50Low: 23.00Yesterday’s Close: 23.75

Blinkx Plc Ord 1P

Blinkx is listed in the AIM 100, AIM 350
Blinkx is part of the IT Services sector

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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 403.30m £95.78m 50,000

52 Week High 40.50 52 Week High Date 14-MAY-2015
52 Week Low 14.75 52 Week Low Date 24-AUG-2015

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
51 236,389 322,113 -6.776 -3.51 0.00 0.00

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Directors Deals for Blinkx (BLNX)
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18-Sep-15Exercise of option
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Suranga Chandratillake held the position of Chief Strategy Officer at Blinkx at the time of this trade.
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18-Sep-15Exercise of option
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Subhransu (Brian) Mukherjee held the position of CEO at Blinkx at the time of this trade.
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19-Jun-15Exercise of option
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Subhransu (Brian) Mukherjee held the position of CEO at Blinkx at the time of this trade.
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Date/TimeAuthorSubjectShare PriceOpinion
Mon 20:48biffaWrite downs23.75No Opinion
The $70M hit in the results shows how good Blinkx is at buying companies. What was that classic quote, 'we looked at a 100 and bought 1'
Mon 18:11ftsekingRe 200 million.23.75No Opinion
Hello Shroder, I was just merely highlighting that the majority of poor advertising is ran by a rag tag fleet of me too operators and that although programmatic may have its issues by certain parties, it is the future as is mobile video and is not going away. I feel BLNX have aligned their strategic business plan along side the biggest and the best and if video is going to be the major disrupter, than BLNX surely are in a most excellent place.
I would not like to see BLNX merge with another competitor, but prove that 1R has what it takes and is delivering profit.
Then IMO we will instantly see a valuation of about £1 a share and at that point we will soon see a predator come a preying at our door.
I think BLNX will be a lot more wiser on any further acquisition should that arise but they are in mo need to acquire IMO as we finish the final milestones of integration that are to be achieved by the end of this year and in place for q4.
It's more food for thought if anything. Have a nice evening.
Mon 17:36ShroderRE: 200 million23.75No Opinion
ftse, correct me if I am wrong but the gist of your post (or part of it) relates to consolidation?

Some of this is inevitable as the industry continues to mature and new standards are adopted, last week Rightster signaled to the market it needs new investment or other means.

"the board has made the decision to conclude the strategic review process and focus on seeking further investment in the Company"

As part of this evolution you may well see Blinkx on the acquisition path, perhaps not with Rightser but other more aligned business to boost our exchange offering, Rhythm Max.

Mon 16:45ftseking200 million24.00No Opinion
cntd....People don't like banner adds in a middle of social conversation. Everything has to be in context.
The solution for the moment , must be to be creative, to make people love rather than loathe the ads.

The technology of the interment was enthusiastically embraced as a solution to the old paradox identified by the American marketing John Wanamaker - "Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half!"

Now in the days of old with accusations and slurs at BLNX and some of its competitors it was said no one could identify which half. But moving forward with programmatic marketplace the wasted half can always be identified and eliminated.
Again I state only the top platforms with a total end to end solution with viable, clean and relevant inventory will survive. Programmatic is the future and already it has its critics arguing that it does not work very well, it's become a race to the bottom with prices falling for everybody. They are also argue that the falling prices will also erode the quality of the ads becoming nothing more than an efficient source to deliver poor quality advertising.

This is simply due to, too many internet advertising companies with supposed me to programmatic platforms and without the relevant ad placed in front of the consumer.
This is something where BLNX will have upper hand, due to its filtration and programmatic video indexing that has "core " embedded in the all new 1R platform

The main gripe is that irrelevant videos or adverts are still a cause for concern. Desk top will continue to extinguish and mobile video will continue to grow and develop.....has anybody else out their got what BLNX have in identifying, watching, listening and recognising video content that gets pushed through its new 1R platform.

That's the 6 million dollar question?
Mon 16:09ftseking200 million23.25No Opinion
That is the number of individuals in a report produced jointly by Dublin- based Internet-ad Researcher PageFair and the Adobe across the globe were using software to remove ads from web pages. It has said that that number has grown by 41% over the previous months and it is said to cost internet publishers $22 billion dollars this year alone.
We also saw Apple through its announcement that it's new operating system ios9 would offer ad blocking too. Safari Mobile Browsing it says is not a big ad carrier unlike their main competition Google who they say is 'really only an ad company' with just over 90% of its revenues coming from this source.
Apple also add that the blocker is selective, allowing through certain types of ads and ads in mobile apps would not be affected.
The report goes on further to say that no one has yet managed to develop or produce effective ads on the small screens of mobile devices. PageFair go on further to quote " it has been detecting adblocks at a rate of more than a billion a month"! Jonny Ryan head of ecosystem at PageFair dramatises further the point that " In spite of the of the denials, the shudders that went industry were profound: the entire business model of the web was at risk".
He goes on further to quote that " The genie is out of the bottle and you will get add blocking everywhere and it is just a matter of time"
This is some of the headwind BLNX and many of its competitors face and will continue to face and any one without the best possible platforms and verifiable delivery of inventory will struggle to survive IMO.

Brian Lesser CEO of Xaxis says "Adblocking is a direct result of the poor quality and infuriatingly intrusive style of so much online advertising and is an opportunity to put things right, it's a shot term phenomomen that will force improvements in the market place and blessed with this catastrophe."

Sir Martin Sorrell CEO of WPP adds "This is a crisis opportunity, let's get this clear, if it's intrusive its ineffective." He also adds warns that mass Adblocking will not be good for the consumer.
" The price of content will rise. Advertising performs a useful function, so if adblocking does takeoff, the consumer will have to pay more as subscription prices will rise"
Martin Sorrell sees four possible outcomes:-
1. Government regulation of blocking, ( which is highly unlikely ).
2. Reducing the amount of Advertising in America to British and French levels.
3. There is an all-out-war scenario involving a concerted counter-strike against the blockers.
4. Total reform in advertising format. " People talk about becoming more creative, in terms of arresting peoples's attention, and I think there is some validity in that.
But when you think about advertising on small screens, like smartphones, it's a very different job to a 60- second TV commercial. People don't like banner ads in a middle of a social conversation and ever
Mon 15:18bluefishRE: Quantcast, etc23.00No Opinion
Correction to my 10.19 post.

Line 10 should, of course, have read "we know already that we're getting 30 billion impressions queries plus per day". Yes, it's billions , not millions - as most readers who have followed our corporate presentations and recent trading statements will know full well!

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