February brings new clients, webinars and prize giveaways to theEword

Our roundup of theEword's biggest news this month includes details of some of our new clients, a look at the feedback from our latest webinar and news of an early start to our seventh birthday celebrations.

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How you should use visual content in 2014

Visual content has gained traction over the past year and is predicted to grow over 2014. Find out why you should be creating visual content and what approach you should take to make sure that you content supports your business objectives.

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theEweekly Wrap: Facebook pays reject $19bn, Google Maps gets smarter and US's first Bitcoin ATM

 

Whatsapp co-founder was rejected by the social network in 2009, Google Maps gets new tools and location of the US's first Bitcoin ATM is revealed.

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Why apprentices are the future and you should hire one

Since the start of 2010, theEword has been offering apprenticeships and has consistently championed the benefits of apprentices. In this blog, our managing director, Daniel Nolan, writes about some the agency's most successful apprentices and makes a case for why more businesses - particularly those in the creative and digital sector - should explore the idea of taking on a school or college leaver.

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theEweekly Wrap: Results from the Crunchie Awards, Google's UK sales growth slumps and a Steve Jobs time capsule is found

 

This week, our roundup includes the results from the Crunchie Awards in San Francisco, Google's UK sales figures and Steve Jobs' 1983 time capsule, which was recently recovered by a National Geographic television show.

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theEweekly Wrap: Concern from Twitter shareholders, Facebook celebrates 10th anniversary and Apple rejects Bitcoin wallets

 

Twitter shareholders express concern over lack of new users, Facebook introduces Look Back videos for its 10th anniversary and Apple pulls last Bitcoin wallet from the App Store.

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Sweets galore on offer in the final #Lucky7 competition

Our series of #Lucky7 giveaways is coming to an end, after seven great competitions to celebrate our seventh birthday. One of the best parts of a birthday party as a child was the party bags, full of tasty sweets and treats. We've recreated this for our final competition, with a whopping seven jars full of sweets on offer.

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Treat yourself to a massage in our latest #Lucky7 giveaway

It's very nearly the end of our awesome seven days of giving, we have thoroughly enjoyed receiving all your entries and sharing our celebration with so many of our followers. We all love a caption photo here at theEword, who doesn't!? We want you to think of a witty, imaginative caption to go with our chosen image. Our favourite caption wins a massage voucher for Spa Satori. Heavenly eh!?

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theEweekly Wrap: Super Bowl advertisers await big day, Google Chrome partners with Lego and tweeters combat bad parking

 

In the news this week, we take a look at how preparations are going for Super Bowl advertisers, a new Google Chrome Lego app and how Rome tweeters are taking on bad parking.

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Frog and Bucket tickets up for grabs in our latest #Lucky7 giveaway

We're past the halfway mark in our epic #Lucky series of birthday giveaways, which makes us a little bit sad. To cheer us up, we're asking our Twitter followers to send us their favourite jokes and one-liners. The one that elicits the biggest cheer in theEword office will win its tweeter a pair of tickets to the Frog and Bucket comedy club.

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