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As part of their continued effort to support local charities, Toronto-based Ariad recently completed work with Free The Children, is an international charity and educational partner, working both domestically and internationally to empower youth as …
According to Oxford Dictionary, the 2013 Word of the Year is “selfie.” For those who may not know, a “selfie” is defined as “a type of self-portrait photograph, typically taken with a hand-held digital camera or camera phone.” Even Justin …
Since 2008, HootSuite has come a long way and become one of the dominate players in the social media world around, each day millions turn to the social media dashboard to post and engage with …
With offices now in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, Facebook Canada announced this morning the addition of 7 new team members and 1 promotion effective immediately. The new hires include:
As the roll out their latest campaign, IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group), hotel chain is looking for Canadians to help nominate and vote for Canada’s Smartest for a chance to the win a stay at a Holiday Inn Express hotel. Their “Stay Smart” campaign uses a microsite at SmartvsSmart.ca, an online hub and a Facebook app where consumers are invited to vote for
A few weeks ago during our “This Guy “Almost” Ran Yahoo Canada” story, we mentioned that Facebook Canada was working on some new initiatives and today they are taking the wrappers off “Grand for Good.” This is the first agency education program of it
Last week we wrote about Yahoo’s hunt for a new Country Manager for Canada. Based on the feedback we’ve heard it seems that many of you agree on the points mentioned. While we’re on the topic of Yahoo, two more things come to mind. One, a few years ago they were pretty close to hiring someone many of you know to fill the spot from ex-Country Manager Kerry Munro.
So who’s ready to take the role of Yahoo Canada’s Country Manager? One name we’ve had linked as a possibility is Simon Jennings, who was recently honoured with a lifetime achievement award. He worked there before heading up sales, and built Olive Media from the ground up so certainly well equiped for the role, but would he take the role if it were offered to him?
Over the last week, the Intertubes has been flooded with stories about Instatgram’s (which Facebook bought for $1 billion) launch of a new video service to complement their already popular photo service. Of course rival Vine released a few updates to try and keep its use base active and happy. According to their blog and press release,
In effort to develop a stronger local presence, The UPS Store Canada has partnered with Reshift Media for their latest iniatitive that taps the world’s largest social network – Facebook.