More than a list of food items, a menu is a catalyst for conversation. You pore over it, imagining just what the Dynamite Prawn and Mango Roll or Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad will taste like. You question your fellow diners on their recommendations and choices, before locking in your own order. Perhaps you discuss the…Read More »
Posted by Jenn Lowther This is going to be the first in a series of posts looking at various industries and how they are utilizing twitter. If you are unfamiliar with twitter, I recapped what it is in this previous post. At Invoke, there are many of us who use twitter on a daily basis,
As a follow up to the Blogathon Invoke participated in we received a very thoughtful thank-you from Plan Canada for the $2500 we raised which also acts as a promotional piece in their journal for their fund raising tools. We have no problem being made an example of:
By Dario Meli
Ideas on Tap is a business networking event for tech professionals in Vancouver as well as internet advertisers, social media marketers, bloggers, video game developers and other fans of the tech community. Ideas on Tap was a Vancouver tech event that was started in 1999. At some point, the events stopped, but the people over at 6S Marketing had the brilliant idea of bringing it back to life.
Last night started with me heading over to the Shebeen for the W2 Fundraising Campaign Kickoff. I love the Irish Heather, but had not yet had the opportunity to go to the Shebeen. The Shebeen is located behind the Irish Heather – you actually have to walk through it to get to the Shebeen. The venue was beautiful and I thought the perfect location given the eclectic mix of the Vancouver Art, Technology, and Non-Profit communities. Given that it was a fundraising kickoff, you were asked for a small donation at the door – every little bit helps with these fundraising initiatives!
At Invoke, we love our traditions. Each Thanksgiving, we trek down to our local Steamrollers and get enough of their Thanksgiving Turkey burrito’s to feed the office (we also do it every Christmas). They are amazingly tasty and we look forward to getting these treats each year.
Chances are if you are a company, you have an online presence – even if you’re not the one that has created it. Consumers are alive and active online and are, in all likelihood, talking about your company. Companies need to be proactive in managing their online presence and a vital component of this is an interactive PR campaign.
Interactive PR is the use of online tools and technologies like: search engines, social bookmarking, new media relations, and blogging, to disseminate information about your company online. Allowing you to communicate directly with the general public, consumers, and potential prospects.
The following are key elements of any successful interactive PR campaign: