Tomorrow is the big day! Santa Claus will hop in his sleigh and have his reindeers take him around the world delivering goodies for all the good boys and girls out there. And he will do it all while live Continue reading Have you been naughty or nice? Ask Santa on Twitter
This week, our hosts, Kristine Simpson and Julia Kent, answer a listener’s question about bilingualism in the PR and communications industry in Ottawa, Canada, and offer tips on meeting people in a new city. Brit Mockler, or @bamcklr as she Continue reading Young PR Pros: Episode #36 – Bilingualism in PR and communications
In August of this year, we started a new series called Who to follow, a series where we profile awesome people on Twitter who deserve your attention. So far we have profiled Jacqueline Gallagher, a senior recruitment consultant at David Continue reading Young PR Pros: Episode #35 – Who to follow… the news of course!
Last week, I was very lucky to have been invited to the CPRS Ottawa-Gatineau Social Media Boot Camp to speak about Twitter for beginners. I loved the way the event was set up because it gave us the opportunity to Continue reading Twitter: it’s like real life
The era of the passive audience that receives advertising messages is dead. Over. Gone. Social has become the norm. People speaking out about what they like and connecting with others who share those interests. That is why learning how to Continue reading Social Media and New Media Boot Camp with CPRS Ottawa-Gatineau
We all know the growth of social media since 2005 has increased exponentially. But, have you ever stopped to think how fast it’s REALLY growing? Have you ever tried to compare it with a Lockheed Martin jet before? Well WhiteFireSEO Continue reading The speed of social media
Twitter wants to attract a broader audience and appeal to the masses. What better way to do so than running a commercial during a popular American sport. No not the Super Bowl, but Nascar. It is a short commercial, but Continue reading Twitter wants to appeal to the masses
When you see something happening in front of you, is the only thing going through your mind “I totally know how I am going to Tweet this”? Or when someone makes a funny joke, the first thing you do is Continue reading Ottawa Twestival