Industry News

  • Do You Share Photos & Videos Via Social Media Sites?

    According to Pew Research, Internet users are increasingly sharing original photos and videos using social media sites such as Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr. This new statistic shows that 46% of online adults are posting their own photos and videos for their online community to enjoy. Not surprisingly, a younger demographic – aged 18-29 – tended to be the largest portion of Pinterest users. read more

  • How to Top Your Last Staff Party

    Today is October first, which naturally means everyone is starting to think about Christmas. In the office, that means the party planning committee needs to start financing for the Christmas party, and what is a Christmas party without a festive keg?  read more

  • Homer’s Odyssey

    With the US Election just a few weeks away, America’s greatest satirist weighed in on the campaign. In a clip previewing their 24th season, Homer Simpson pokes fun at some of the biggest political talking points of the past year – Mormonism, Chinese labour, Romney’s tax releases, Obamacare (including the fabled death panels) and voter registration laws.  The 90-second clip, while cleverly poking fun at current-day Americana, mentioned important issues that will likely decide the election.  read more

  • How Does Google’s Penguin Effect Your Business’s SEO?

    The morning after Google released its newest updated (playfully called Penguin) many businesses woke up to find their SEO ranking had taken a substantial hit. If this has happened to any of you, I urge you to read on before calling your SEO expert into the office for beratement!  read more

  • What Clint Eastwood Can Teach You About Public Relations

    By now the entire English-speaking world has heard of – if not watched – Clint Eastwood’s bizarre speech at the Republican National Convention last week. If not, you can read an insightful piece on the event here. Clint’s speech, which included him berating a chair supporting an invisible Obama, was quickly picked up by the media, with Romney’s advisors quick to not take credit for booking Eastwood. read more