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
  +0.20p +0.22% 93.20p 92.40p 94.00p 93.20p 93.00p 93.00p 127,417 10:33:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 32.0 8.1 2.4 38.5 277.15

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16/8/2018
23:03
Interesting article:http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/202968/three-pillars-of-wisdom-continue-to-fuel-dotdigitals-impressive-performance-as-omni-channel-transformation-bears-fruit-202968.html
bprofit
09/8/2018
16:29
Hi Jamien, General search on google. but for specific fund mentioned on my previous thread Trustnet would give you some idea, however, it only lists top 10 companies this fund invested in
compnews1
04/8/2018
12:25
compnews1 - is there a place you can subscribe to be alerted about new issues of that newsletter each week? Where did you get the link from? Thanks in advance
jamielein
04/8/2018
00:45
I don't fully understand what is going on with Dotdigital share price but what I can say is Lion Trust Special Situtation fund managed by Anthony Cross & Julian Fosh - well respected fund managers (3A) and this fund has performing very well even in the last few months of volatility. The managers invest in Dot. as it meets their 3 criteria. Hope this give some of you guys some comfort. hxxps://www.fidelity.co.uk/assets/pdf/personal-investor/citywire/edition-30-2018.pdf?
compnews1
20/7/2018
15:04
This terrific little business could offer plenty more to shareholders over the coming years. New commentary on our website.
investorschampion
19/7/2018
22:03
Superb update. I've always had faith, but this has update has really hit the spot, surpassed my expectations on all counts.
the analyst
19/7/2018
21:13
Fantastic trading update. Exciting times ahead!
stock surfer
19/7/2018
09:36
The share price would probably have been around 100p were it not for GDPR. If that is now known to be a paper tiger it should get there and beyond when full results are published, imho.
boadicea
19/7/2018
08:43
Nice head of steam building up
phillis
19/7/2018
08:38
Excellent update. I have thought for a long time the recent weakness was mad and it's nice to see that confirmed. Also no lasting impact from GDPR which anyone who had the slightest knowledge of the sector could have foreseen. The market really isn't perfect and does throw up opportunities!
nhb001
19/7/2018
08:28
Yes, excellent trading update.. can't see any reason why these won't reach new heights now... great to see the progress in US market.
bprofit
19/7/2018
08:20
Agreed. Shares look great value at this level. I was a bit concerned re the Magento takeover but fears allayed there as well as GDPR so double plus points from me. Like the cash generation also.
sspurt
19/7/2018
08:00
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/dotdigital-DOTD/share-news/dotDigital-Group-plc-Trading-Update/77891773 You couldn't ask for a better update than that!
boadicea
20/6/2018
17:10
Great news on that contract win with Yieldify announced today! No doubt behind the rise in share price... hxxps://globenewswire.com/news-release/2018/06/19/1526696/0/en/Yieldify-Partners-with-dotmailer-to-Enhance-Customer-Journeys-for-E-Commerce-Brands.html
thorpyuk
17/6/2018
15:25
Hi stock surfer, EU nationals in the US are covered. US companies are recommending two databases where the nationality is known. Sounds something of an intractable problem. I think you are probably correct that there will be a new normal. What I don't understand is how much disruption in selling there will be during the transition. Trading update mid July should shed some light. apad "Although the GDPR rules are only for the EU, European citizens living abroad get the same protections. Companies may not know whether a person living in another country is an EU citizen, so they tend to play it safe. It can also be costly to maintain two sets of rules. Sibson pointed out U.S.-based companies don't have to get customers to opt in, so his company recommends its clients try to keep two separate lists from those they know are EU customers and those who don't have to be GDPR-compliant. "We've seen examples of senders losing the majority of their audiences maybe because they've taken a too broad interpretation of GDPR and applied the same logic to every customer," Sibson said."
apad
17/6/2018
14:58
"The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA)" In theory, if the companies knew where there subscribers are located then they would only have to send optin emails to those who located within the EU areas stated. I still believe that this is only a problem on the short term, eventually people will sign up, it was just the fact people got fed up with the multiple emails all at once.
stock surfer
17/6/2018
14:26
GDPR "Internal research from Huge found about 38 percent of Americans are ignoring these emails, and 23 percent have actually used them as an opportunity to unsubscribe. Email marketing firm PostUp has even grimmer stats, estimating that only 25 to 30 percent of recipients globally, and only 15 to 20 percent in the U.S., are opening the emails at all." apad😎
apad
04/6/2018
19:51
Picking a few more of these up at this price!
stock surfer
29/5/2018
21:11
21% as per the last annual results presentation on the website.
valhamos
29/5/2018
11:06
Does anyone know what % of turnover the Magneto offering contributes to DOTD figures?
barvin
28/5/2018
18:11
I cannot agree anymore Bprofit. I think people must also remember that although the average person currently has opted in to 10% (A source I cannot remember where from) of all the email lists, eventually over the next months this will rise. I can see e-commerce companies at the end of an order prompting/reminding the consumer to opt in. I really don't see the issue on the long term and I think the current fall in share price is unjustifiable so I do suspect a rise.
stock surfer
25/5/2018
16:40
There has been some comments recently about potential impact of GDPR and suggestion it could lead to a reduced volume of emails being sent.What this analysis lacks is an understanding of the business... the DOTD pricing model is not purely volume based: https://www.dotmailer.com/pricing/In fact most clients have all the emails they will ever need included in standard packages and if they do need more it is a bulk add on and so volume changes would have no direct impact on revenue.As some competitors do have pure volume based pricing strategies they could be impacted, which would good news for DOTD... This said I still don't believe volumes will change much if at all...However compliance with GDPR is another matter and this is an opportunity for DOTD.. They have a range of tools to make compliance easy, not all competitors do and this will help them to win customers from competitors with less sophisticated offerings.. On a sperate matter, I see signals the US market is doing well... at these prices I see a great buying opportunity at the moment :)
bprofit
25/5/2018
16:13
Agree Rosco 40. Looks oversold to me now. Probably a bit of uncertainty over GDRR. Soon looking for a top up.
2vdm
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
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