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#Friday Fiver ? – Brilliant Bitesize Internet News

It’s hard to believe that we’re almost a quarter of the way through 2020.

January squelched by at a snail’s pace, but February, on the other hand, flew by quicker than Kim Kardashian’s music career.

So let’s look back on this week’s tastiest digital treats from with our latest #FridayFiver news roundup. 

Enjoy!   

Jumping burgers.

? Burger King’s Mouldy Whopper


Fast-food giant Burger King strikes again with another deliciously devilish advert. The 45-second ad shows a perfectly assembled (and soon to be released) preservative-free Whopper burger that’s left to rot for four weeks, thus showcasing the strange beauty of fresh ingredients. It’s a complete paradox and we love it!

Marvel at the mould here.

? LinkedIn’s fab new feature


LinkedIn is the place for be for motivated professionals looking to forge digital connections. And the nifty networking platform has just announced a fantastic new feature that will enable you to share samples of your best work on your profile – pretty handy, right?

Find out how to raise your profile here.

? HTC Goes 5G


Consumer electronics company HTC has been a little bit quiet on the product front the past few years. However, that looks all set to change. In a recent interview, CEO Yves Maitre announced that the company will launch its first 5G smartphone during 2020 – exciting times ahead! 

Get your 5G news fix. 

? Being Keyword Clever


If you’re engaged in the world of SEO, you’ll know how important keyword research is for your strategy. In this insightful edition of Moz’s Whiteboard Friday, Co-Founder Rand Fishkin shares some pro tips for selecting competitor keywords to target in your SEO campaigns.

Get clued up on keyword strategy. 

? Google Rule


Google has kicked 600 Play Store apps to the kerb in a bid to clamp down on disruptive advertising. This clean-up operation originally relied on users reporting such ads, however, Google is now using a machine learning system to weed out the worst offenders.

Read up on the rules here. 

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