Despite the PM’s efforts to raise the profile of CETA, #cdnpoli chatter about the trade agreement is handily trumped by the Senate expense scandal.
Taking care of the small things: a digital makeover shouldn’t be highlighting the importance of current information and linked properties.
Today’s digital makeover reinforces that voice, tone and participation are critical to online success.
This week’s digital makeover of Conservative MP James Rajotte reveals the importance of putting social in social media.
While best known for his Twitter account, today’s digital makeover reveals Minister Clement has a strong digital presence build on human-relatable interaction and a willingness to take risks.
Jim Hillyer’s makeover highlights two things: political life means being a target, and digital culture means being a participant.
Ron Paul tells #MNC2013 “Right now we have technology available to us to use in a peaceful revolution.”
Rebranded Conservative MP Candice Bergen (formerly Hoeppner) was selected by readers of my blog for today’s digital makeover.
If Liberal MP Carolyn Bennett were her own political party, she would have led all other parties combined in tweets mentioning Idle No More.
The last federal election provided several examples to support the notion candidates can win elections with little, if any, digital presence. However, in a world which increasingly relies on the Internet for news, commentary, entertainment and conversation, it’s inevitable politicians will have to do more than tout a digital street address and be more than […]