Noted technology journalist Steve Dotto put social media to good use recently when he reached out to connect with me on LinkedIn. Just two short weeks later, I was a guest on his program – Dotto Tech. Have a listen as we talk about everything from LARPing to Pinterest and my take on social media [...]
Today was my first day as Executive Director of Coastal Sound Music. Good timing, great networking and a little bit of luck secured this contract and it provides me with the opportunity to once again work deeply with an arts organization. If you love choral music, I hope you’ll connect with us on Facebook and [...]
What a treat to be invited to speak at WordCamp Victoria. January 14th, 2012 will be my first WordCamp and I’m looking forward to geeking out with fellow WordPress enthusiasts at the University of Victoria. My pals Chris Burdge, Paul Holmes, Catherine Novak, Janis La Couvée, Raul Pacheco and George Plumley will be there along [...]
f8, Facebook’s annual Developer Conference, took place today and I spent the morning listening to the keynotes on the livestream. Lots more change is coming to Facebook. (Don’t panic!) I’m excited about what I’ve seen so far and the potential for users to have a more engaging experience. Let me walk you through what I [...]
Can you take a break from social media? I’ve been offline much of the last month. Instead of doing social I’ve been out and about being social. I didn’t plan it that way, it’s just what happened. And it’s been grand. I kept up with my offline work obligations – teaching assignments, coaching sessions and [...]
Ever heard of podcasting and wondered what the heck it’s all about? Podcasting is your opportunity to broadcast content through your blog or a social network. Podcasts can be audio only or done on video. Think of it as your own private radio station or television network where you decided what’s “On the Air.” Bob [...]
You can customize the link people use to get to your Facebook page or profile. It’s called a vanity URL which is a custom link that takes people directly to you on Facebook. This makes it much easier to communicate your Facebook presence in other materials both online and offline. When you first set up [...]
Have you ever been to a Tweetup? As you’ve probably discovered by now, Twitter is full of “tw” lingo – tweets, tweeps, twitterverse, Twitpic, & so on. Tweetup is one of my favourites because it’s a chance to connect offline. A tweetup is simply a gathering of Twitter users in the real world as opposed [...]
Do you know how to search? Can you find what you’re looking for on Google? Do you just Bing it when you need an answer? I suspect you’ve got the basics down but did you know there’s a simple way to refine your search and get better answers? Three simple words will change your life: [...]
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Even before we sat down, Angela had a good sense of what my needs for social media would be and then she helped me focus on what I can do to create a social media routine that’s simple, easy to manage, and create the kinds of connections I need to...