Armchair Quarterback

Armchair Quarterbacks: Don’t Be That Troll

A quick thought (or ten) for anyone who is thinking about armchair-quarterbacking someone else’s PR or social media execution without...

The Little Give

The Little Give

Today I’m veering a little way from my normal topics – while I generally write about communications, social media and...

Deluge

5 Tips For Managing The Email Deluge

Ever find yourself thinking, “I need more email”? Ever feel disappointed because you don’t get enough in your inbox? I...

Digitizing Santa

5 Ways to Digitize Santa

It’s nearly time for Santa to round up those reindeer and hit the skies for another round of gift-giving. A...

Win a Ticket to The Art of Management in Toronto

Win a Ticket to The Art of Management in Toronto

We’re well into the Fall conference season now, and there are some great events coming up in Canada – UnGeeked...

Frustrated man

How To Manage Your Time In A PR Agency

If you work in PR you probably find yourself pulled in myriad directions on a constant basis – especially if...

50 Great Apps for Your iPad

50 Great Apps for Your iPad

Wondering what apps to install on your iPad? Here are 50 of the apps I’ve installed on mine. Take a...

Why I’m Writing This On An iPad

Why I’m Writing This On An iPad

When the iPad came out I was vehemently against the idea of getting one, for several reasons: No multitasking No...

Adapt Your Social Media Channels To Fit Your Capacity

Adapt Your Social Media Channels To Fit Your Capacity

It’s a common dilemma in social media – so much to create, so little time. I’ve written before about how...

“Millenials In PR” Debate Goes Both Ways

“Millenials In PR” Debate Goes Both Ways

In recent days, several smart people (Bill Sledzik, Todd Defren… and again, Ryan Stephens) have written posts either addressed to...

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