My Five #380

It’s obviously a Covid 19 heavy My Five this week but we’ve also got St Paddy’s Day doggies and some great entertainment from the “Quarantine Games”.

Ashleigh Davison

My Five #379

In a week where clickbait can be created just by using the headline “ _ [Insert industry here] _ + Coronavirus”, here are five more joyous happenings.

Olivia Howlett

My Five #378

Five things worth sharing form the last week over so, brought to you by a different member of the team every week.

Ali Cort

My Five #377

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.

Victoria Spall
#LoveYourPetDay

My Five #376

It’s a mixed bag this week with two deaths, oodles of outrage, a little augmented reality and lots of pet love. Read all about here in this week’s My Five.

Ashleigh Davison

My Five #375

Love is in the air in this week’s My Five as we take a look at some of the best and worst Valentine’s Day campaigns from brands in 2020.

Will Greenwood

My five #373

PR piggybacking, Facebook privacy updates and playlists for pets; it’s been a weird week to finally mark the end of a long January 2020.

Olivia Howlett

My Five #372

Featured snippets, flow charts, and feeling familiar; we’ve gone far and wide in the digital marketing sphere for this week’s My Five selection.

Ali Cort

My Five #371

The January 2020 Core Update, low-quality puns, and questionable viral trends. It’s all in this week’s My Five, your weekly dose of online antics.

Libby Bearman

My Five #370

Burger King is up to their old tricks, Weight Watchers get caught up in war chat, and a look at the tech that is going to change the world.

Will Greenwood

My Five #369

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.

Victoria Spall

My Five #368

This week’s My Five takes a look at the top apps of the decade, the debate over listening to music and work, and #TeamTrees achieves their goal.

Will Greenwood