Why we love a good stat

By Kate Logan | January 2014

Numbers and stats, it seems we can’t get enough of them. Our appetite for fact and figures as a nation is insatiable. It’s therefore no surprise that journalists love them to. With this in mind a couple of well-placed stats … Read More

Another year whizzes by in a flash

By Alison Lawton | January 2014

When it comes to social media, a lot can happen in six seconds. A tweet can be posted and lost to the depths of your timeline; several notifications can pop up on Facebook after you’ve updated your status; and people … Read More

The online equivalent of the Dad dance

By Mary Anderson | December 2013

It’s the online equivalent of the Dad dance.  As parents adopt Facebook and use it to spy on their offspring, teenagers are becoming too embarrassed to be associated with the network. When middle aged men start to take up a … Read More

It’s #Christmas!

By Rachael Bruce | December 2013

No one does Christmas quite like the big brands. Love them or hate them, John Lewis and M&S really got people talking and tweeting about their festive ad campaigns which have now been playing on a seemingly endless loop for … Read More

The value of volunteering

By Linda Bright | December 2013

It’s the season of goodwill, but have you ever considered giving something valuable to someone or something all year round – your time and expertise? Currently our adopted charity is a housing organisation in Liverpool, which relies largely on volunteers … Read More

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