Did TweetTheResults really make a difference?
By May 2, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Did TweetTheResults really make a difference?

Two years ago, online Canadians were abuzz about TweetTheResults, a movement to discredit section 329 of the Canada Elections Act.

Posted in: Politics
Google Analytics Advanced Segments you can use
By May 1, 2013 1 Comments Read More →

Google Analytics Advanced Segments you can use

Google Analytics Advanced Segments allow you to organize and view traffic by specific criteria. Here are a few I use that you can add to your own account.

Posted in: Metrics
Digital Makeover: Elizabeth May
By April 29, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Digital Makeover: Elizabeth May

27%, 51% or 86%… What portion of Elizabeth May’s tweets reflect engagement? Read this digital makeover to find out how engaged the Green Party leader is.

Posted in: Digital Makeover
Summary of IdleNoMore traffic for Apr 21-27
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Summary of IdleNoMore traffic for Apr 21-27

The apparent slow down of events and measurable drop in online activity raises questions as to when IdleNoMore will return to the public conscious.

Conversation with MP Marc Garneau (podcast)
By April 26, 2013 2 Comments Read More →

Conversation with MP Marc Garneau (podcast)

Liberal MP Marc Garneau on social media in election and leadership campaigns, Twitter as a tool of intelligence, good-natured online political interplay online and Chris Hadfield’s tweets from space.

Full Duplex is (extremely) pleased to announce
By April 25, 2013 5 Comments Read More →

Full Duplex is (extremely) pleased to announce

Full Duplex, the digital public affairs and research company I started two years ago, has hired its first employee and moved in to office space.

Posted in: News and Notes
Lesson from Dove: the Real Beauty of share-able debate
By April 23, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Lesson from Dove: the Real Beauty of share-able debate

Dove’s Real Beauty campaign isn’t about selling soap. It’s about being at the centre of a debate and parody ads. They’re not offended. They counted on it.

Digital Makeover: Alex Atamanenko
By April 22, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Digital Makeover: Alex Atamanenko

NDP MP Alex Atamanenko has a very small digital ecosystem. Today’s digital makeover identifies ways to make it more effective and meaningful.

Summary of IdleNoMore traffic for Apr 14-20
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Summary of IdleNoMore traffic for Apr 14-20

IdleNoMore shed more online momentum, flirting with just 10,000 overall mentions in a week for the first time in the movement.

Conversation with MP Charlie Angus (podcast)
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Conversation with MP Charlie Angus (podcast)

NDP MP Charlie Angus shares his thoughts on political adversarialism as it plays out online between politicians, and politicians and the public. He also offers thoughts for behavioural improvement.

Montreal’s SPVM: a case study of social media in public safety and law enforcement
By April 18, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Montreal’s SPVM: a case study of social media in public safety and law enforcement

Using Twitter, Melissa Carol of Montreal’s SPVM (police service) was instrumental in maintaining public safety and order during the Manifencours protests.

Digital Makeover: Bob Rae
By April 15, 2013 1 Comments Read More →

Digital Makeover: Bob Rae

How does the MP who received the 2012 “Orator of the Year” award from Maclean’s Magazine’s do in the online world?

Posted in: Digital Makeover