If you’re not communicating and building community online to augment your in-person efforts, you’re probably working against people who are.
Podcamp Toronto has become a digital marketing conference with sessions on Twitter analysis, crisis communication and the psychology of persuasion.
Any conference which offers the opportunity to learn, share and connect is worth attending. That’s why I’ve registered for PodCamp Toronto.
Unlike other public figures who have reason to be embarrassed by their actions (or at least humiliated for being caught), Dr. Spence has taken ownership of his mistake.
It started with what most people would dismiss as trivial — an at bat. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, it’s baseball-speak for a player’s turn to face a pitcher. This wasn’t just any at bat. It turned out to be the final at bat in a 16-inning ball game. Blue Jay catcher J.P. Arencibia […]
I’ll be joining Dan Robertson and Katie Telford on a panel called Deconstructing Election Campaigns. This IABC event is taking place Tuesday, October 25, 6-8 p.m. at the Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel in Toronto. The panel is described as follows: In the past 12 months, we have seen municipal, federal and provincial campaigns drive the news agenda. […]
You can be excited by the way things will be or steadfastly attached to the way things have been. BookCamp TO was about embracing the potential of the book publishing industry and working towards a common understanding of the challenges that are being faced. And it worked. I believe the success of BookCamp TO was […]
Before our two daughters were born, we were part of a book club. More accurately, Andrea was in a book club and I attended the meetings with her (because the meetings were pot-luck meals of cuisine related to the theme or backdrop of the book). It was during this time that Andrea told me in […]