In this week’s My Five, we’re told to go back to the office, BoJo lies on his CV, and David Blaine attempts to leave this godforsaken planet.
Follow me down the rabbit hole in this week’s My Five, with QAnon conspiracy theories, the weird world of McInfluencers, and accusations of TikTok being used to spy on us.
Grow My Store, a retail site analysis tool by Google, claims to reveal how a website performs against its competitors, with recommendations on what to improve. But is it any good?
Cor, that time again, is it? It’s a fib-heavy My Five this Friday. But don’t worry – the internet is here to fight it. Go internet!
Ooh, LinkedIn has launched ‘Conversation Ads’. But what the heck are they, and how do you go about using them?
Time for another coronavirus-heavy My Five, where Google gets generous, bots replace humans on Zoom calls, and idiots burn down mobile phone masts.
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Many brands decided to run campaigns to tie in with International Women’s Day. But how did they do?
It’s a super nerdy My Five this week, featuring superheroes, attempts at being blasted into space, and the accuracy of Saturn in emoji form.
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As we welcome a new decade, today’s My Five has a futuristic feel. A future that includes mind control, a giant human toe, and a streaming channel dedicated to enhancing the experience of eating Creme Eggs.
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