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Who are influencers?

Influencers, they’re not who you think they are

When someone says “Influencer”, most people have quite similar thoughts of who those people are. They have millions of followers. They’re dancing on TikTok. They don’t #ad when they should. They’re a bit annoying. They’re expensive. There are valid reasons why these stereotypes exist. For a long time, influencers were these unreachable, 1M+ accounts, that …

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Instagram’s Latest Update

With the world of social media changing all the time, social apps need to keep up with each other by constantly updating, adding and creating new features that’ll work for their respective audiences.  While in the past there have been some questionable changes from Instagram, many of which have unsettled the platform’s audience, there are …

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Spar Dolgellau

Review: BBC Radio 4’s Food & Farming Best Local Retailer 2012 – Spar Dolgellau

This week during a Teams call, our Lord & Leader, Barney, perhaps mistakenly said we could write these blogs about whatever we fancied, not just expressing our world-leading marketing prowess and knowledge. I recently visited the Eurospar in Dolgellau, which is a quiet and quaint town in North Wales. The Spar itself is located just …

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10 Downing Street Article by The Inside Story

Feel the churn! What to do when you have more Prime Ministers than international trading partners

As you may have heard, things are a bit odd here in the UK. In what has been colourfully described by a leading commentator as a right old Trussterfuck, we’ve just gone and lost yet another Prime Minister, not three months after we mislaid the last one. You could be forgiven for assuming that ‘Number …

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