Archive | May, 2010

Consumer Brands Need to Be on Twitter

Consumer Brands Need to Be on Twitter

Twitter is designed for connecting with people and sharing information. While most companies are still debating if they should do it or what they should be saying on Twitter; others are actively involved with the Twitter’s community. Being on Twitter enables the brand who listens and acts quickly to benefit from opportunities, to test on […]

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The Women Side of Twitter at webTweet / WebCom Montreal

The Women Side of Twitter at webTweet / WebCom Montreal

WebTweet is a parallel conference to the 8th edition of WebCom Montreal. Both events¬†will be held on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 at the ICAO head office in Montreal. Last year, I was an official blogger for WebCom. This time, I am glad to participate as a panelist on a subject that is dear to my […]

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What an Editorial Calendar Can Do for Bloggers

What an Editorial Calendar Can Do for Bloggers

The way that lifestyle blogs, magazines and the style section of newspapers manage their editorial calendar is not that different after all.¬†It’s true that blogs tend to view their editorial calendar on a short time basis versus the yearly scope of traditional media. It is probably due to the fact that bloggers talks about what […]

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