#WDS2013 Photo Credit to Mike Rohde @rohdesign #WDS2013 Photo Credit to Mike Rohde @rohdesign My sister loves to read self-help books. Over the years, she’s suggested I read them too. Especially if the words jive with her philosophies. When I was younger, I used to … Read More
In business, the competition will bite you if you keep running. If you stand still, they will swallow you. This past Sunday, Full Blast Creative had the pleasure of attending the Digital Alberta Awards in Edmonton. We’d been nominated for an award, placed as a … Read More
Calgary is a YES city! This is a wonderful surprise. Seeing my tweet illustrated in the Calgary 2012, “5000 Stories & Counting” publication is such a treat. Thanks Calgary 2012 for an amazing year as Canada’s Cultural Capital.
“It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.” – Roy Disney Roy Disney once said, “It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.” Yes, values help define who we are. They also define our companies … Read More
Effective social networking is much more than just gaining ‘Likes’ and adding followers. Its about building relationships that turn into business, and that requires a strategic approach and a certain time commitment. The odd post on your Facebook ‘Wall’ is not enough to engage and … Read More
In the new ‘Wild West’ of social media marketing, there are many new opportunities and strategy’s available for your business or organization. Here are 10 great tips to help you get your social media efforts going: Share this Post
In order to survive as a B2B marketer you need a steady stream of fresh leads. They’re an essential metric you can use to measure your marketing goals against and even more importantly, they will hopefully become new and profitable customers.
Eventually, everything connects. Be it people, objects or ideas, there’s a mysterious force quietly at work, encouraging us to share, to understand and to reach out to one another. Pinterest, a growing social networking site, is quickly becoming the string that tethers our connection.
Yesterday, I read the life story of a young woman living with selective mutism. (That means she chooses not to speak or to rarely speak). The sound of her own voice terrifies her. Despite her tremendous anxiety, she’s earned her Bachelor’s degree, works in marketing … Read More
A lot of great things to say about the National Philanthropy Day Luncheon that was hosted today and broadcast live on the CBC this afternoon. It was a tremendous honour to play a significant role in the campaign that helped to publicize National Philanthropy Awareness … Read More
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