Hmmm. You had to think about that for a minute – am I right? With over three billion social media users across the world, follower status is a big deal. And it’s competitive out there. Large numbers of followers, friends, shares, and likes are markers of status in the world of social media and for […]
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About Rosemary White
A compulsive writer, word nerd, typo spotter, and information seeker, Rosemary satisfies her creative urges by crafting marketing and social media content for bWEST Interactive, Victoria.
When she’s not mining the wide web for content ideas and facts, you’ll find her touring Canada's best riding roads on her motorcycle, applying watercolour paint to paper, or snuggled up with a good book and her dog.
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Marketing superstars Mari Smith and Scott Stratten return with new insights to light up your brain. And that’s just the beginning. Social Media Camp just keeps on giving. From the moment you walk into the conference centre, the buzz begins. Everyone gets caught up in the hum and energy of the crowd from registration through […]
The phrase is popping up everywhere, usually with the admonishment that you absolutely must get busy transforming digitally if your small business is going to stay in the game. But what does it MEAN? Where do you START? The good news is you don’t need a pointy hat and a magic wand to transform. But […]
In a brief twelve years, Social Media denizens Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, (and now including LinkedIn and Instagram), have spread beyond the realm of teens and celebs and leaped into business, politics, and international affairs. With the help of bots, fake accounts, and political rhetoric (sometimes fuelled by intemperate thinking), Internet media influence everything from […]
The mad rush to understand the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) created panic, jokes, and some hilarious memes across the Internet’s social channels. And just days before May 25th, 2018, the date the regulation was enacted, our inboxes were full of “we’ve updated our privacy policies” as businesses rushed to be compliant. We hadn’t even […]