From me to YouTube

Opinion 23 April 2015 by Gavin
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Happy 10th birthday YouTube (I could have sworn it’s been more than 10 years). It may be the world’s second largest search engine, and it may have more than a billion active users a month. But I reckon it’s underrated – we’re not utilising its full potential…yet.

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Dear Debz - Nigel’s Beard

Opinion 21 April 2015 by Debz
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Each week our ‘agony aunt’ Debz finds inspiration in everything from baked beans to Shakespearean sonnets to solve your hang-ups and conundrums.

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Dear Debz - Mr Motivator

Opinion 14 April 2015 by Debz
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Each week our ‘agony aunt’ Debz finds inspiration in everything from baked beans to Shakespearean sonnets to solve your hang-ups and conundrums.

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As the Grand National teaches us, picking a winner isn’t a science

Opinion 10 April 2015 by Darren
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The bookies may not be able to predict which horse will actually win tomorrow’s Grand National. But they agree on which handful have a realistic chance. And they’re not often wrong. They study form, the jockey’s inside leg measurement, what the horse had for breakfast. Like an agency’s clients, they’re not in business to lose money. But like humans, horses are funny creatures. You just never know. Sometimes, the dark horse wins.

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#CSPresents – Reasons to be cheerful

Opinion 02 March 2015 by Gavin
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Let me take you back a couple of weeks… *gets in DeLorean*

It was a week full of revelations – the wonderful Tony Hart sadly passed away – again, Eastenders’ murder mystery came to its climax – oh, Bobby, and Stacey failed her lie detector on Jeremy Kyle. Such shame. Anyway, we needed a good cheering up and the team at Creative Social did just that. 

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Whodunnit? How to fuel a good story

Opinion 23 February 2015 by Debz
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Who killed Lucy Beale? We’ve all been asking it. And last week we finally found out the answer.

Over 10 million people tuned in to find out the culprit. And what was a mediocre soap a fortnight ago, became an entertainment event – a tribute to the skills of the cast and a reason to switch over to BBC One.

And here’s why I think it worked.

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