My Five #293

In this week’s My Five we’re naming and shaming copycats on Twitter, Putin tickles the ivories and something’s shunted Uranus.

Matt Batterham

My Five #292

This week’s My Five includes food, beer and love! Oh, and actual digital marketing stuff.

Rob Phillips
My Five #291

My Five #291

This week we’re building computers with Bert & Ernie, creating imaginary eyeballs with Facebook and taking some important social media advice from a man with impressive dreads – it’s My Five.

Mollie Powles

My Five #290

This week’s My Five has a healthy helping of new social media features, with a splash of the beautiful game, and just a hint of super helpful, and cute, robots.

Will Greenwood

My Five #289

This week, the Internet gets in a paddy about a bear, people debate over the name of one of my top 5 worst condiments, and we discover that feet still look super gross in digital form.

Victoria Spall

My Five #288

P45s for our childhood heroes, incensed Sesame characters, and utterly ridiculous clothing – it’s marketing gone mad in this week’s My Five round up.

Libby Bearman

My Five #287

Everyone’s favourite weekly digital marketing round up, now with added GDPR.

Matt Batterham

My Five #286

RAF Twitter fail, is Amazon about to launch a retargeting platform, Facebook tells all in its latest transparency report, Klout says goodbye as we say hello to two new faces.

Joe Friedlein

My Five #285

Adverts are coming to Whatsapp, Google adds more automation to AdWords, and Prince George is causing trouble on Instagram. It’s time for My Five.

Ali Cort
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My Five #283

A smart new addition to the royal family, a good measure of backlash on Twitter, and the latest on Facebook’s data privacy scandal. It’s time for My Five.

Will Greenwood

My Five #282

It’s an unseasonably warm Friday, and it’s also time for yet another My Five. If you enjoy mildly amusing Twitter parody accounts and want tips on how to be a billionaire, boy howdy, is this the post for you.

Victoria Spall

My Five #281

A busy week involving Mark Zuckerberg explaining the internet, bots taking over Twitter, YouTube getting hacked, and a BBC news reporter taking a tumble.

Matt Batterham