Posts Tagged ‘social media’

It takes a community to effectively spread evidence-based COVID-19 messaging

Over the past few months, I’ve been very much impressed with the COVID-19 related communications coming out of my local health unit, Ottawa Public Health (OPH). Their work on both Facebook and Twitter has been exceptional. Specifically, what really sets them apart from many other health organizations at the moment is the tone being used to convey important COVID-19 information. Rather […]

Joe Rogan, true crime, and the 2nd podcasting revolution

In 2007 I subscribed to and became a regular listener of my first podcast, Mitch Joel’s Six Pixels of Separation. Since that time, I have listened to thousands of others, spanning a variety of industries and delivery formats (The Tim Ferris Show being one of my all-time favourites). I have discovered that what I personally love most […]

30 Tools and Tips to Speed Up Your Digital Workflow as a Government Communicator in 2018

Last week I delivered a presentation at the Conference Board of Canada’s Public Sector Social Media event in Ottawa where I deviated from my usual focus on overarching digital trends and strategy. I decided to provide an update to a practical deck I had developed a while back and add some new tools. I called it 30 Tools […]

A Prelude to Public Sector Social Media 2017

To kick off another proud year of our marketing partnership with the Conference Board of Canada’s “Public Sector Social Media 2017”, I had the distinct pleasure of representing the Centre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing and interviewing Dr. Satyamoorthy Kabilan, or “Kabi” as he is fondly referred to.  True to his very busy schedule, […]