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Man of the year

Man of the Year

We’ve got rid of the bad, so now it is time to celebrate the real achievers of 2015, the individuals who have made a difference, defied expectations and proved everyone else wrong. In fact, it really has been an extraordinary year for the previously underwhelming to stand up and be counted. My first choice is [...]

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Villains of the Year

We’re back! It’s that time of year when I turn all reflective, don my smoking jacket, pour a small sherry and sit back in a comfy chair to compile my annual list of high achievers and villains for the year. As ever, this is a purely personal list which reflects my own interests, prejudices and [...]

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Location, location, location

There’s sometimes a mentality in our culture that there is a) London and b) everywhere else. We’ve all heard it, “anything above Watford Gap is basically the North” and other such sweeping statements about an assumed caveman-style existence outside of the M25. I’ve seen this attitude creeping into search campaigns, as well as overall business.  [...]


Another nail in the coffin for Google+?

Google finally appears to be acknowledging that its users don’t want to be force fed Google +. It started a few months back when the search engine announced that users would no longer require a Google + account in order to use its other products, including YouTube. Now they have taken things a step further [...]