Forever Manchester benefits from Great Manchester Bake Off

You've heard of the Great British Bake Off, but have you heard of the Great Manchester Bake Off? A Caketober organised event for Forever Manchester at Grill on New York Street saw stiff competition and a champion baker crowned.

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Al Mackin wins Mancoolian Tony Award

theEword CEO Al Mackin was proud to win the Tony Award for entrepreneurship, innovation and contributions to Manchester at the Mancoolian Awards 2013, with his Forever Manchester charity work and Formisimo start-up being highly commended.

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theEweekly Wrap: Facebook removes beheading video again, the iPad Air is unveiled and Samsung apologises to its Chinese consumers


A video of a beheading has been removed from Facebook for a second time, iPad Air unveiled and Samsung apologises to China.

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theEword up for Talk Of Manchester awards

theEword has been nominated for two Talk Of Manchester awards, with our team delighted to be in contention for both the Best Digital Agency and Best SEO Agency. If you'd like to vote for us, details are included within this post.

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theEweekly Wrap: Mayer talks Yahoo search, Indian man finds family with Google Earth and Madonna's texting trouble


Our favourite stories of the week include Marissa Mayer discussing Yahoo's ailing search fortunes, the Indian man who found his old home using Google Earth 26 years after getting lost on a train and the cinema chain that has banned Madonna for texting during a film.

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theEweekly Wrap: Watch TV Shows via Twitter, the smart smoke detector by the inventor of the iPod and advertising with PlayCaptcha


Watch TV with a click of a button via Twitter, Nest Lab introduce a smart smoke detector and Future Ad Labs teams with Heinz for PlayCaptcha launch.

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theEweekly Wrap: Curved smartphones coming soon - Social media records broken by Breaking Bad - App combats phone theft


In the latest edition of our weekly news review, find out more on the trend of curved smartphones, how Breaking Bad fared on social media and why a new app could end phone theft forever.

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theEweekly Wrap: iPhone 5s sells out in three days, China uncensors Facebook, Breaking Bad fans refunded for Apple error


Apple's latest iPhone models break first weekend sales record, China changes its internet censorship laws and Breaking Bad fans are refunded after episode mix-up.

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What can webmasters do to prevent negative SEO?

Negative SEO can have a dramatic and sudden impact on your website; protect your site by being aware of the red flags and preventative methods.

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theEword: The September Issue

theEword rounds up and reviews what has happened at the agency in September, looking at the big events and success stories that have made the month so successful.

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