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    What I Learned During Work Experience at Latitude

    I’m 17 and an A-level business student. You’d probably assume that I might have some idea about digital marketing. Marketing is a detailed topic I’ve covered at college, and [...]

      4 Features We’d Love to See in Adobe Spark

      We’ve been trying out Adobe’s new product, Adobe Spark, around the office and it really has ignited the way we tell visual stories. What is Adobe Spark? Adobe Spark is a free in-browser [...]

        14 Funny & Weird Collective Nouns from the English Language

        When you work with Google all day, you tend to stumble upon some funny queries that people search for. It happened to me yesterday, when Google Suggest churned out: “my butler [...]

          I Re-Wrote This Blog Post 17 Times

          Did you know that 90% of the Game of Thrones pilot had to be re-filmed? The original version was so bad, they nearly scrapped the show altogether. With a $6 million budget, and expectations of [...]

            I’m a Copywriter. My Friends Think I’m a Transponster

            My friends have absolutely no idea what I do for a living. If we played that quiz game from Friends – then I’d be Chandler. Nobody knows what Chandler’s job is. These six characters [...]

              Marketing to Millennials on Facebook

              As marketers, you keep on reading about what Millennials (Gen. Y) want and need. Who they are, what they look like and where they spend their time online. And there are loads of reports, articles, [...]

                How is Pokemon:Go Impacting Search?

                Not only are more people searching for Pokemon than porn; Pokemon has impacted search behaviour in other areas – outside of the game itself. Some of the results are intriguing, some funny, and [...]

                  How to Find Your Most Important Customer: Part 1 – You’re Not Important

                  Hello – You’re reading this post alone, aren’t you? There are no friends huddling around your shoulders, sharing the experience like that webcam scene from American [...]

                    Why generational marketing works

                    You’re an unsigned Blues Rock artist trying to sell some CDs by busking. You set up on Market Street, one of the busiest streets in Manchester, trying to get the attention of passers-by. Makes [...]