I decided to attend the panel just ahead of my own in order to get some inspiration, and to get over some nervousness and jitters. Moderated by Chris Breikss of 6S Marketing (the folks who were playing Guitar Hero on the tradeshow floor) Online Marketing 101 featured David Scott of Entellium, Fred Vallaeys of Google […]
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The Massive Tech Show at the Vancouver Convention Centre is in full swing. If you can look past the three setups of Guitar Hero, the Dance Dance Revolution and the mechanical bull ride, it’s been pretty informative so far. Tech companies, network solutions and content management specialists are all represented with a few “green” companies […]
Update: I can no longer attend BlogHer and am looking to transfer my full conference pass to someone else (for a discount). Please contact me if you are interested. Last year I wanted to attend BlogHer in Chicago, however since we were still pretty much a single income household at that time (and my passport […]
Meet Your Monsters: Solving Traditional Broadcast Webmares “The digital world is not all that scary – despite the monsters under your mainframe! This panel will focus on successful case studies in how the medium is being used effectively. The players will present new models for the future.” [Bridging Media – Session] Panelists: Boris Mann: Raincity […]
Monetize, Monetize, Monetize! “Whereâ€™s the money? How do we get it? Changing the mentality of the traditional business model is the name of the game. Case study examples and conversation around how building an online presence and community strengthens producersâ€™ abilities to monetize multi-media platforms and projects.” [Bridging Media – Session] Panelists: Jordan Behan: Tell […]
Buzz Builders: Using Multi-platforms To Build A Buzz and An Audience Around Your Project “From film to television to the internet, defining your audience is an integral portion in the conceptualizing stage of a project. Are you using the accessible channels of communication to speak to your audience, draw a crowd and create buzz around […]
John and I were whisked off to the Bridging Media conference this morning thanks to PR queen (and fellow West End resident) Colleen Coplick. Upon our arrival at the Hanger (which really is a hanger… big huge loading doors, lack of sufficient power sources and heat) I ran into Kris, Darren, and of course organizer […]