Manning Centre Director of Communications Dave Quist asks the MNC2014 audience to use their smartphones during the conference.
A new report from FullDuplex.ca looks at how MPs used social media to communicate and engage with the public in 2013. #POGG2013 is a free download.
Democratized media means political conventions can attract a lot of online chatter, much of which reflects public opinion rather than party messages.
If you’re not communicating and building community online to augment your in-person efforts, you’re probably working against people who are.
The upshot of Industry Canada’s tweeting-by-committee process is their tweets are unremarkable, asocial and can’t be responsive to current events.
Analysis of online activity to mark the first anniversary of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield’s launch to live aboard the International Space Station for six months.
Profiling “engaged Canadians” and modeling their role in identifying, amplifying and shaping news and narratives which impact public opinion.
Facebook did not invent bullying. It’s a behavioural problem. Here are six important considerations about Facebook, children and bullying.