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Marketing technology platform group dotDigital (DOTD) has announced results for its year ended 30th June 2019 emphasising, “The group is very excited about its financial performance… strong growth in revenue and profit driven by the group's organic growth strategy and the addition of omni-channel functionality”. Sounds promising…
Even with shares which have exhibited steady share price growth over a period of years there comes a time when you have to consider selling up and moving on, especially in cases where the market valuation looks to be ahead of the financials.
Shares in provider of email and marketing automation software and managed services to digital marketing professionals, dotDigital (DOTD) are on the rise on the back of a trading update for the company's year ended 30th June. Let’s take a look…
There was a very interesting debate on Twitter recently about what drives the share price of smaller companies, such as on AIM. Opinion seemed to be split between sentiment and fundamentals, and I think it is very easy if you read Twitter, or the bulletin boards, to get the impression that the majority of people these days are only interested in trying to make their fortune overnight on low market cap, illiquid pump and dump junk!
dotDigital Group (DOTD) has announced results for its year ended 30th June 2014, adding that “demand for email marketing and marketing automation continues to be strong both in the UK and internationally and whilst the sector is competitive the board believes that the dotmailer platform is well placed to continue to generate strong organic growth in revenues over the coming year”. Are the shares well placed to follow suit?
dotDigital Group (DOTD) has announced that it is “extremely pleased” with its performance as “a result of continued strong organic growth in the high margin and long-term recurring revenues generated by our core email marketing product, dotMailer”. But are the shares a buy at 33p?
Dot Digital Group (DOTD) has enjoyed fantastic growth over the past year and that looks set to continue. The technology company provides products to the digital marketing sector and has seen its share price increase from around 15p, twelve months ago, to a recent high of 37.75p. It is now sat at 34p to buy.
Provider of email marketing and marketing automation software and managed services, dotDigital Group (DOTD) has announced that certain of its directors have sold shares in the company “in order to satisfy strong demand from institutional investors”. The following reviews with the announcement having helped the shares currently slightly higher today to 30.625p.
dotDigital Group (DOTD) has announced results for the six months ended 31st December 2013, which it considers show a “strong performance” and believes it is "confident of achieving both revenue and profit expectations for 2014 and of delivering long term shareholder value”. However, after a strong run, does there remain any share price value here?
E-mail marketing and marketing automation software and managed services group dotDigital (DOTD) has updated that, following the first half of its year to 30th June 2014, it “remains confident of achieving both revenue and profit expectations for the full year”. However, with the shares having risen from sub 18p as recently as October to a current 29.875p, is there any value left here?
dotDigital Group (DOTD), a provider of Software-as-a-Service for e-mail marketing, has updated that for its year ended 30th June 2013 it “anticipates that full year EBITDA will be slightly ahead of the current market forecast £3.8 million” as its “core 'dotMailer' email marketing business continues to perform very strongly”...
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