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Gregg’s latest articles on communications, web design and social media
One question that I get asked often regarding Twitter is: “Who should we be following?”
Well, it all begins with understanding who your target audience is.
One major mistake I see often with folks who manage social […]
On Wednesday, May 20, 2015, Gregg delivered the keynote address at the Ontario Envirothon Championships in Lindsay, ON.
Read more about the prestigious event below:
Ontario’s largest environmental competition connects thousands of students to the outdoors
LINDSAY, ON, […]
How do you convince small-town businesses that social media conversations surrounding Twitter and rural community events are massive…. and a very special opportunity to engage with folks?
Twitter is the one social media channel that remains […]
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