While Boris Johnson, riding on the tails of London’s Olympic glory, has taken the top spot in GQ’s 100 Most Influential Men in Britain in its February issue a string of digital figures have made the list including some very high up. Topping the list of digital personalities is the editor of the Mail Online, Martin Clarke, who features at 11 in the overall 100, but is number one in terms of digital players.
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For the first time Twitter has created a dedicated website looking back at some of the most talked about moments of the last year in the UK and around the world in a year that saw London host an Olympic Games that beat all expectations, and create some inspiring memories for all. It was also a year that saw a Tweet from Mars, Barack Obama win four more years and David Cameron, Nadine Dorries, Gary Lineker and Girls Aloud among many others finally join the 140 character conversation. Read More
Formed as part of Simon Cowell’s one off battle of the sexes “Popstars – The Rivals”, the five piece had been on sabbatical, with members releasing their own material, and Cheryl Cole featuring on Cowell’s X-Factor.
Today though they used Twitter and their website to announce a return. Read More
It was a quick canter to six figures for the Prime Minister who marked the occasion with his ninth Tweet and a little dig at some bookmakers.
It appears some bookies had doubted Cameron’s ability to pass the 100,000 follower mark during the week of the Conservative Party conference and have had to payout. Read More
The 2012 London mayoral election is less than a week away and social channels have played a large role in this campaign with both Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone’s teams making good use of it as have other candidates such as Jenny Jones from the Green’s.
With less than two days to go until the polls open and Londoner’s vote it is still to close to call although polls are predicting that the Conservatives will win against national polls and beat Labour.
As the battle for London mayor heats up Labour’s Ken Livingstone has launched his latest ad advertising campaign across London and is crowd sourcing supporters to decide what his next campaign should be.
Supporters are being asked to vote on their preferred subject for the campaign (be it fares for policing) and suggest their own ad. The campaign says it will take the best one and use it. Read More