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Center Parcs launches the first real Twitter feed

Leading family short breaks provider, Center Parcs has unveiled the first ‘real Twitter’ feed. For one week only, the birds of Center Parcs will ‘take-over’ the Center Parcs Twitter feed (@CenterParcsUK), giving people the chance to discover and enjoy ‘real Tweets’ direct from the forest in its #RealTweetWeek.

Social media and mobile tech has created ‘citizen editors’

Social media and mobile tech has created ‘citizen editors’

New research has found social media and mobile technology has created a generation of exceptionally skilled ‘citizen editors’.

Social media revealed as a key influence on the nation’s wardrobe

Social media revealed as a key influence on the nation’s wardrobe

Brits spend £815 million to ‘social media proof’ their wardrobe with men spending MORE than women.

The ‘modern’ signs of true love

The ‘modern’ signs of true love

We used to say it with flowers — but now the true sign of modern love is a change in Facebook status from ‘single’ to ‘in a relationship’, according to new research.

Charitable social media campaigns make 16-24 year-olds Britain’s second highest donators

It seems that the younger generation of UK adults have been putting the selfless in selfie as social media campaigns have sparked a generous average of charitable contributions amongst 16-24’s.

Favourite Cornwall Instagram images of 2014

Favourite Cornwall Instagram images of 2014

Images of beautiful blue sky and sea at The Gannel, Men-an-Tol in a blaze of orange at sunset, and pink camellias at Trebah Garden, are among the favourite Cornwall Instagram images of 2014.

Importance of the UK's internet economy revealed

The UK’s internet economy is one of the strongest in the world, driven by record online advertising, spending and entertainment consumption, new figures from Ofcom reveal.

One in three teenagers has online regrets by age 16

AVG Technologies, the online security company for 182 million active users, latest AVG Digital Diaries research has found that almost a third of teens (28 percent) say they regret posting something online.

Half of today’s youth ‘completely lost’ without an internet connection

A study of 2,000 smartphone users has revealed that the younger demographic struggle the most when without an internet connection, with 50% of 18-24 year olds admitting that they would feel “completely lost” if they are out and about and could not get online.

Surfing the communication highway abroad

A recent poll of more than 10,000 over 50s shows that staying in touch with friends and family whilst on holiday is important to almost 75% of today’s travellers.

Over-sharing information can affect insurance claims

Only 29% of insurance customers think it is fair for insurance companies to use social media posts to check the validity of claims, research from industry experts Consumer Intelligence shows.

Toyota tops twitter league for car makers

When it comes to Twitter, the car brand in front is a Toyota. Research from Auto Trader and social media analytics platform BirdSong suggests that Toyota is miles ahead of the field, partly due to strong engagement outside normal office hours when consumers are most ready to engage.

An introduction to copyright law

An introduction to copyright law

Copyright law may not be the most exciting subject to talk about but in today’s digital age but it is fast becoming something that businesses and everyday people are hearing more about.

Deadline for the UK's most prestigious blog awards is looming

Entries for the National UK Blog Awards will close in 36 days on Friday 31 October 2014 and provide a unique opportunity for bloggers from the travel industry to be recognised nationwide.

Dogs are man’s best social media friend... by a whisker!

Although cats are often thought of as ‘top dog’ in the world of social media, new research by The Co-operative Insurance reveals that dogs lead in the popularity stakes.