Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dotdigital Group LSE:DOTD London Ordinary Share GB00B3W40C23 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.10p -2.49% 82.40p 82.00p 83.00p 84.50p 82.50p 84.50p 456,975 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 32.0 8.1 2.4 34.0 243.76

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24/5/2018
16:05
I think Adobe's purchase of Magento earlier this week for $1.68 billion will have a big effect on dotdigital's future. Why? Because the Dotmailer software is now built into the core Magento codebase. It's not an optional plugin, it is part of Magento. If Adobe want to push Magento to their corporate customers or cross-sell their own products to Magento customers, it makes sense for them to buy dotdigital. This would give them full control over the entire codebase and product suite going forward. Adobe have their own email platform called Campaign, but it's nothing special. Either way, I wouldn't be surprised to hear some kind of announcement regarding Adobe's involvement with dotdigital. These are just my personal opinions.
rosco40
24/5/2018
09:17
Glaws2 I hope you are right. I like to be in a share for the long term so I welcome any adverse market sentiment as it provides a nice buy the dip opportunity.
valhamos
24/5/2018
08:44
Valhamous - you are probably right but right now market sentiment is ignoring this - it would surprise me to see this fall further before logic/results take over.
glaws2
24/5/2018
08:37
From the interims at the end of February: "Furthermore, the improved data-sets resulting from the implementation efforts will likely lead to better data-driven insights for customers, improving ROI for them and growing revenue for dotdigital." In other words GDPR is not the end of email marketing that some make out; in fact the most likely the opposite.
valhamos
23/5/2018
22:40
Maybe you have more substance to add as the board only say they will monitor the situation. But if the new regs are about stopping information collection without consent and then bombarding with unwanted emails then this could impact very negatively. Look forward to your clarification.
gerdmuller
23/5/2018
15:23
ROI for DOTD is not measured in email volumes. There is so much ill informed guidance being given around GDPR. If DOTD successfully guide their customers through it then as stated this could be an opportunity for them.
nhb001
23/5/2018
15:04
Most email marketing databases will have shrunk which means less volume of emails being sent = pricing impact for DOTD. I read recently that opt-in rates have been around 10%. My clients (mix of B2B) have been around 5%.How many have you all received and opted in for over the last 4 weeks?Me: Received 100's. Opted into 6?
priteshpatel9
23/5/2018
14:46
nhb001 and zeus19, I agree and DOTD already stated in their Feb 19 interims " Launched additional features to support customer GDPR compliance" They are ahead of the curve and will hopefully be making money out of it.
2vdm
23/5/2018
14:40
However, Dotmailer client service director and non-executive director at the Digital Marketing Association, Skip Fidura, believes that GDPR actually offers an opportunity for marketers to use GDPR to their advantage.We spoke to him to find out some of his top tips for email marketers who want to survive GDPR.http://www.itpro.co.uk/general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/30967/nine-top-gdpr-tips-for-email-marketing-strategies
zeus19
23/5/2018
14:10
I think GDPR is going to be Y2K mach II. That is, a whole lot of fuss about nothing. There is obviously some nervousness out there about it though.
nhb001
11/5/2018
16:05
Surprised this is holding up so well with GDPR round the corner. I think their mail volumes will be hit. We will see.
barvin
04/5/2018
16:35
Relatvely high activity level today, about two thirds of it at mid-price and we are up 4%. A little more than random noise, I think, so who knows what?
boadicea
27/4/2018
14:36
This thread covers GDPR for DOTD further up.
nhb001
27/4/2018
09:42
Anyone any comments on GDPR vulnerability? At Mello 2018 conference yesterday a well known market commentator said he had sold his long position...... He cited GDPR risk to email traffic; just a hunch on his part, I think.
tightfist
27/3/2018
08:37
SP seems to be regaining traction. Not sure why it lost it but profits sometimes need protecting. Time to get back in perhaps.
boadicea
16/3/2018
14:32
10:37:56 77.50 1,500,000 O 74.00/78.00 Buy 10:37:42 77.50 1,500,000 O 74.00/78.00 Buy
turbocharge
15/3/2018
13:25
Sold half today. This is falling too much for my liking.I'm not one to panic but there seems to be no breathing space in this drop!
dannyt90
11/3/2018
19:23
https://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/software/aim-dotd/dotdigital-group-shares/news/what-are-analysts-saying-about-dotdigital-group-plcs-londotd-profit-margin/A promising read.
dannyt90
09/3/2018
15:59
Hi Danny,I see that there was a High Close on 30th May 2017 at 76.5p. If you are a believer in TA then maybe we will now see a Resistance becomes Support level? I wonder how trading is going to go in the next few sessions.Cheers, tightfist (holder - returned too soon!)
tightfist
09/3/2018
08:51
Another start in the red!
dannyt90
08/3/2018
13:54
I had another look over the finances and numbers and I still really like this company and if I wasn't already bought in, I would do so regardless of the fall in value. There just seems to be no rising movement for awhile now.
dannyt90
07/3/2018
16:26
Thanks for that
zeus19
07/3/2018
16:20
My short is coming off nicely thus far.
eastbourne1982
07/3/2018
15:55
I needed fund elsewhere so sold 50% at 87p fortunately although as a LTH my average is in the low 30s. I don't understand why it's dropped to sub 80. Got to be worth more than that surely and I may have to look at buying some more as I think that this is looking oversold now.
2vdm
07/3/2018
13:26
Motley Fool: Enterprise-grade marketingMicrogen's customers are generally quite sticky, as a lot of work can be required to move to a rival. That's also true of my next stock, online marketing specialist dotDigital Group (LSE: DOTD).This firm produces dotmailer, an enterprise grade online marketing system that's built around email marketing.  This may seem old fashioned, but it's still surprisingly profitable. Last year, this £250m company generated an operating margin of 25% on sales of £32m.Partners with whom dotDigital integrates include Shopify, Magento and Salesforce.The firm released its half-year results last week, triggering a slide that's seen the shares fall by 14% in eight days. Is this a buying opportunity, or a sign that growth might be slowing?I might buySales rose by 25% to £18.8m during the six months to 31 December, while gross profit rose by 20% to £15.6m during the period. However, operating profit only rose by 1.8% to £4.4m.The difference in growth rates between these two measures of profit was due to a big increase in administrative expenses, which rose by 26% to £11.1m.Will this extra spending drive future profit growth, or is it a sign of bloat? I'd need to do more research to be sure, but it's worth remembering that dotDigital has delivered average sales and earnings growth of more than 20% per year since 2012. This is a company that's delivered on its promises.Although the shares trade on a forecast P/E of 28, I'd continue to hold and might buy if they dip below 80p.
dannyt90
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