There are plenty of tips and techniques for attempting to maximize each social media channel and putting together a cohesive social media plan. However, one of the most overlooked points is how to handle situations on social media if something goes wrong. And it eventually will. Soci
Previously, we focused on ways for affiliates to take advantage of seasonal occurrences all year long (For Affiliates Seasonal is a Year Round Effort). This time around we want to help you learn tricks for spotting the hottest trends in pop culture, fashion, technology, art and more t
This past Thursday, September 8th, 2001, the 2nd Edition of the Vancouver Affiliate Summit Meetup took place at the Charlatan Restaurant in Vancouver, BC. We had a good turnout and almost doubled in size since our inaugural meetup back in May 2011. It was an awesome evening, albeit a
On September 8th, 2011 the second instalment of the Vancouver Online Marketing & Affiliate Summit Meetup will be taking place at the Charlatan Restaurant in Vancouver! The Affiliate Summit meetups were created as a local extension of the conferences that take place twice a year. T
With the advent of social media, businesses large and small have jumped onto the bandwagon, with a single aim – to expose their content to as large an audience as possible. Writing blogs and publishing YouTube videos are a wonderful way to get started, but unless your content goes vir
Where is your Brand’s Voice? Part of how I map out the start of a Social Media plan is to look at the past of what a company has been up to on the social web. Looking into the following areas: What social sites are you a part of? What is the personality of your brand̵
It’s pretty simple. When we purchase an item in a clothing store and the salesperson is helpful, you leave with something you wanted- you’re happy. Happy enough to tell friends about this great experience, maybe even before you’ve tried out the product. Crazy right.