Posts Tagged ‘Social Media’
Hello and welcome to my liveblog of some of the #pcto2012 sessions I’ve gone to. I’ll clean this up at the end of the day but until then, enjoy my musings.
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Tags: #pcto2012, Podcamp 2012, Social Media
Here’s a quick and dirty look at how I explain Facebook vs. Twitter. 🙂
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Tags: Facebook, Facebook Friends, Facebook versus Twitter, Facebook vs Twitter, Friends, Lurk Moar, Pity Facebook Friend Request Acceptances, Social Media, Tweeps, Twitter
Since becoming actively involved on Twitter I’ve been to some crazy fun events and I expect this Thursday will be no different! If you are in the Toronto area, you want to have some fun AND do some good please get your ticket to #TwestivalTO. Want to know more about the event, the charity or perhaps just read my Top 10 Reasons to go to TwestivalTO? It’s all here baby!
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Tags: Charity, Concern Worldwide, For a good cause, Help end poverty, Letterman, Poverty, Social Media, Top 10, Top 10 reasons, Twestival, Twestival Toronto, TwestivalTO, Twitter Festival
I once heard a Chinese Proverb that changed my life: “One who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.” I’m not a tattoo person myself, but I must admit I’ve often thought about getting that prominently inked on my body because it’s what automatically runs through my mind when […]
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Tags: Chuck Norris, HAPPO, Help a PR Pro Out, Help a PR Pro Out Day, PodCamp Toronto, Public Relations, Public Relations jobs, Social Media, Social Media jobs
Yes it’s true I am a bit of a bookworm and since I’ve been unemployed I realized I was reading a lot of books and subsequently being asked a lot of questions about what I thought about a particular book or whether I recommended a book be read. I decided to blog it all for your curiousity and amusement! If you have any recommendations, please add them! 🙂
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Tags: Books, Bookworm, Branding, Brian Solis, Chris Garrett, Dan Zarrella, Darren Rowse, David Meerman Scott, Deidre Breakenridge, Gary Vaynerchuk, Marketing, Reading, Reading List, Seth Godin, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Twitter, Warren Berger