Archive of posts tagged "third tuesday"

My Third Tuesday Talk Recap


Wednesday, November 19th, 2008 — 8:10am PST
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Last night I gave a talk at Third Tuesday about building you personal brand, which was actually more of a “how to get started, find and audience, keep an audience, and grow from there”. I’d like to thank everyone who came out to the Granville Room (even though it may not have been an ideal […]

Third Tuesday November 2008


Thursday, November 13th, 2008 — 2:00pm PST
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This month I won’t be organizing a large-scale food drive, and I may not even have time to provide a live blog of the event. That’s because this month’s Third Tuesday speaker is, well, me. I’ve been asked countless times about blogging and how I’ve been able to grow Miss604.com while turning this knowledge and […]

October's Third Tuesday Food Drive


Monday, October 6th, 2008 — 5:22pm PST
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During National Digital Media Day I started collecting food donations for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank. I still have the items sitting at home (about two bags worth) and I thought to myself that it would be really great to have more than this when I drop off the donations. I knew I had to […]

Monday's Third Tuesday Live Blog with David Jones


Monday, September 15th, 2008 — 6:06pm PST
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In town for an event tomorrow night, David Jones of Hill and Knowlton will be speaking to the Third Tuesday crowd in Vancouver tonight. We hear the horror stories of fake blogs, spam pitches and general ignorance of the social media community by PR practitioners who leap into the online space without first understanding what […]

Third Tuesday Live Blog with Jeff Young


Tuesday, July 15th, 2008 — 7:07pm PST
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After a quick dinner across the street at the Granville Room folks have made their way over to Republic for this month’s Third Tuesday. A follow up to his first talk last winter — Jeff will be touching on the topics of trademarks, rights of privacy, and intellectual property law. Everyone really enjoyed his first […]