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Who said marketing wasn’t scary?

Halloween is getting bigger and bigger in the UK each year with Mintel predicting that consumers spent £320 million on the occasion in 2017, up from £310 million in 2016. That’s a lot of candy. As expected, that also means more brands are scaring up campaigns to engage with this market. We did something a little spooky, too.

Twitter speaks out on 280-character tweets

No-one likes change. And no-one dislikes change more than a platform’s loyal users. Especially if those users already have to defend their favourite platform for having a restrictive cap on characters used. You see where this is going, right? Into the Twittersphere we go.