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Fantasy Football Update

Just two games left in the season. Two horse races. Two cities. But let's face it, Liverpool are probably going to do something classically Liverpool and let it slip through their grasp…

And over an exciting weekend, we saw the first loss at Tottenham's microbrewery stadium, De Gea with another howler, and Fulham finally finding form, although it may just be a tad too late…

In the Chatter league, Indeed's Will Palmer is sitting pretty and has had the silver locked in for a while now. In the inter-office battle, Robynn looks to have got the better of Harry, who will be going a few more years before he can have any Ipswich players in the squad. Don't worry, H, League One is a great place to rebuild, bring through the youth, all the best teams go down, chance to bounce back, etc. And let's face it, who doesn't want an away trip to Accrington Stanley?!

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The Chatter/Pollard Fantasy League Cup - Week 1

After what seems like forever, the Chatter 2019-20 Fantasy League Cup 2020 is finally upon us. The contenders this year come from the Chatter HQ itself, as well as our lovely client base and the homes of the Chatterinos. While I personally have no shot at the title already this year with the likes of Tom Padgett RUINING the competition with a 97 start and Sterling as captain, I will persevere.

Search Leeds 2019 Speaker Talking

Search Leeds 2019 - The Roundup

From mobile-first marketing to an SEO Bullsh* Battle, Search Leeds had speakers covering the latest and greatest in the world of Search Marketing. Join Jason from our digital team as he recaps some of the best bits of the event.

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Self de-selection - what is it and why you should be using it

The other day I was joking with another friend who works in marketing about some of the phrases we all use, and sometimes hate ourselves for using. But we still do use them because we know it sounds good, and sometimes is actually the best way to describe something.

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