Win Almost Famous burgers for you and a friend with our #Lucky7 competition

We are launching a series of Twitter giveaways to mark our seventh birthday and the first is all about making new friends. Is there someone you follow on Twitter who you haven't yet met in person? Now could be the time to put that right, as theEword sends one winner and their choice of guest (assuming the guest agrees) for lunch at Almost Famous in Manchester.

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theEweekly Wrap: Texts decline, Channel 4 steps back from YouTube and the Quit Your Job app

 

Our look at the week's news includes a report on the decline of text messages, Channel 4's plans to remove full shows from YouTube and a new app called Quit Your Job that lets you create a resignation text to forward to your boss.

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How do athletes used LinkedIn?

We have become used to seeing sportspeople on social media, with many of the most famous athletes in the world using Twitter and Facebook. However, there is a growing trend of professional sports stars joining LinkedIn.

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theEweekly Wrap: New virtual currency slights Kanye, new smart tech revealed at CES and App Store has $10bn year

 

CoinyeCoin, the virtual currency inspired by Kanye West is launched, technology in the home is about to get a lot smarter and App Store has record year in 2013.

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theEweekly Wrap: Facebook introduces video advertising - Apple release Christmas ad - Love drone spreads the Christmas spirit

 

In a recap of this week's news, discover more about Facebook's new video advertising, Apple's emotional advertising promoting the iPhone 5s and how a festive love drone is spreading the Christmas spirit.

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theEword reflects on a positive year

theEword reflects on a year of great successes in 2013, with 44 new client wins and more staff than ever before.

Our awards success also continued into December, with our trophy cabinet now displaying prizes from the Prolific North Awards, Made in Manchester, the Mancoolian Awards and the Talk of Manchester awards. We round things off with a look ahead to another great year in 2014.

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theEweekly Wrap: Cutts revisits guest posts, Facebook tries sympathy and selfies are scrutinised

 

theEweekly Wrap discusses guest blogging, Facebook's idea for a 'sympathise' button and a selfie featuring Barack Obama and David Cameron.

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Rachel Campbell's diary of life at theEword

If you have ever wondered what life is like at theEword, then wonder no more. Rachel Campbell, a Manchester Metropolitan University student describes her experiences at the agency, having worked across several of the various teams.

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theEweekly Wrap: Twitter tributes paid to Nelson Mandela, Amazon delivery drones and Twitter appoints first female board member

 

Former South African president Nelson Mandela passes away and the world pays tribute, Amazon introduces delivery service of the future and Twitter appoints first female board member.

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RIP to the Twitter fail whale - AdWords bidding updated - Social Media uproar at Family Guy death

 

In our weekly recap of the news, discover more on why Twitter has removed the 'fail whale', the impact of a significant Google AdWords update and why social media has been unleashing fury at the makers of Family Guy.

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