The image above is not a photograph of actor Morgan Freeman.
Not all gifts generate the perfect smile. But with the Player’s Choice Mega Pack, you are guaranteed not only the perfect smile, but a prize in every pouch. Whoo Hoo.
Crime Stoppers is well known as the best way to anonymously report tips and information about criminal activity across Canada. While most British Columbians are aware that they may leave tips by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or at SolveCrime.ca; they’re not as familiar with leaving tips for Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers through Facebook or sending tips via texting or apps on their smart phones.
If you’ve been on Twitter or Facebook the past couple days, it’s likely that your friends are sharing this new video from GoldieBlox, especially if they’re teachers. With over 3.5 million views in just three days, it’s safe to say that a lot people are interested in what the company behind this Kickstarter project is saying.
It doesn’t take a long time to make a positive impact on a child’s life. Sound familiar? It should, but this year DDB Canada Vancouver is helping to recruit men to volunteer for Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver, a community-based organization that offers friendship-based mentoring programs for boys and girls and provides volunteer opportunities for men and women who can offer guidance and support.
Yesterday, I had the privilege of speaking at CM1, the first ever conference in Canada for Community Managers. My presentation was called “How to Plan the Plan”, where I offered several things to consider as you start to build the community engagement plan for modern brands, focusing on four key aspects:
Research and Discovery
We tell stories everyday. In our personal lives, in our work, and even to ourselves. But not everyone is a great storyteller. Think about it. Think about the people you know. How many of them are really great storytellers and how many are the complete opposite? Likely more the latter, right? It’s because storytelling is an art form. The pace, the structure, the delivery – when done right, it makes you feel. What you feel depends on the story but the important thing is that you do, and it’s real. Google is one of those great storytellers.