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What's Your Digital Detox Doing to Advertising?

With the rise of the ‘digital detox’, what impact will all these tech-dieters have on the advertising industry?

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The State of Social: December Edition

In a bid to see off 2019 the right way, social media platforms really upped the ante in December. Take a look at some of the recent updates in this month's state of social.

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It's Time to Use TikTok for Your Travel Marketing

TikTok has significant untapped potential for travel or hospitality brands looking to reach Gen Z and Millennial customers.

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So long, 2010s: A Decade in Review

From algorithms to Vine, we’ve put together a snapshot of marketing milestones that have defined the decade.

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Why You (Probably) Hate Comic Sans

Comic Sans occupies a dubious place in the design community… mostly acting as the hate object for the visually literate. But whether you love it or loathe it – the infamous font holds an important place in visual culture.

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How to take on the world with The Travel Project

Charlie and Jess from The Travel Project tell us all about their top travel spots and what they wish people knew about the nomadic lifestyle.

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5 ways for influencers to stand out in Instagram’s post-like world

Earlier this year Instagram started to hide likes in a number of countries. This change hit the desktop view of Instagram in the UK and no doubt will finish rolling out to the app very soon.

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Christmas Ad Round-Up: 2019 Edition

Among the feast of festive ads, we've rounded up some real Christmas crackers...

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Wikipedia giant takes on a new social venture

Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia has launched WT:Social, a new social media agency created to rival the Facebook giant.

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Are you part of the 6% of Twitter users shaping U.S. politics?

Despite its wide user base of 321 million active users, the majority of political tweets come from a small minority – the 6%.

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