Archive of posts tagged "blogging"

Richmond Food Blogger for a Year: What to Know About 365 Days of Dining

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Tourism Richmond launched a campaign this week to hire a blogger to dine out at one of 800 local restaurants every day for a year, providing social media updates and posts about their experience. The winning applicant will be set up with a gym pass for the Richmond Olympic Oval, a negotiated daily stipend for […]

Disclosure Statements for Bloggers

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Unless properly disclosed, motivation for reviews on blogs has sometimes been a mystery to the unfamiliar reader. Was the author paid? Did they simply feel moved to write based on their enjoyment a restaurant or product? Thanks to the CMP.ly service, bloggers and Tweeters now have an instant and easy-to-share way to add a disclosure […]

Tuesday Morning Link Fest: News and Blog Digest

Comments 8 by Rebecca Bollwitt

After taking a quick day off yesterday to travel to Seattle I’m back in gear although I feel as though I’m missed a million and one things while away for even such a short time. In order to get myself (and readers) caught up, here’s a good ‘ol patented Miss604 link fest. Photo credit: Numinous […]

Blogging is Dead, or So They Say

Comments 20 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Parsing through my Delicious links this morning I came across two articles that John sent me (yes, I become giddy when I notice my husband tagged something for me in Delicious). The title of the first bookmark was “Blogs More Relevant Than Ever” and the next one, right on top of that listing was, “Blogs […]

Vancouver Blogger Profile: The Buzzer

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

It’s 92 years young and a staple of transit cars in the greater Vancouver area. The portable, printed, paper newsletters informing you about the latest in transit trends is now online with The Buzzer Blog. I did a quick blogger profile interview with Jhenifer Pabillano who has been writing The Buzzer since January 2008, and […]

Vancouver Film and Television Blogging

Comments 5 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Ever since the days of 21 Jump Street, I knew that shows were filmed and produced in Vancouver. In my more formative years, the X-Files was represented the pinnacle of Vancouver television production and after I ran into Arnold at TGIFriday’s on Robson and Burrard (that is now Red Robin) I finally understood that the […]