Monthly Archives: June 2012

Friday Funny: Back To The Future: With Bunnies?

 

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How Boggle Changed Our Office.

It all started 2 years ago, when the humble game of Boggle made it into our office. It was purely by chance and coincidence that the game even entered the building. I was looking to replace our Connect4 that was the previous game of choice, our local game shop did not stock it, so we [...]

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Use Competitions To Make Waves With Your Customers

Running competitions can be an effective and fun way to grow your business marketing and now that many businesses have embraced digital media channels (including social media, email and SMS to name but a few) it can be carried out in a cost-effective and easy way. The prizes, entry conditions, mechanics and any other rule, [...]

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Eddie Fact: Jobs In Demand

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Friday Funny: 10 Words You Need To Stop Misspelling

If you read Wednesday’s infographic,¬†Grammer Goofs, You’ll love this cartoon. Created by the Oatmeal, it outlines 10 words you need to stop misspelling!

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Announcement: Functionality Update

The SQUAWKBOX team have been hard at work putting together some great new features for SQUAWKBOX. This week we’ve made some sweeping changes to the way you use Quick Squawk! Previously, any time you posted to Facebook from Quick Squawk, your post would be directed to the personal profile associated with the account but not [...]

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Grammar Goofs [Infographic]

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Eddie Fast Fact: YouTube

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Friday Funny: The Skateboarding Dog

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Templates Explained – Part 3

Have you ever put together an amazing email, sent yourself a test and found one of your images looks like the one below? This is the ‘broken image’, the default display for an image that can’t be loaded. This can be pretty serious, but luckily in most cases, it’s as easy as checking the name [...]

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