WordCamp Whistler Wrap Up

This past weekend sixty4media co-hosted WordCamp Whistler alongside Brave New Code. We had originally planned for 50 people and we ended up getting over 100 attendees joining us for the weekend for a day of talks about WordPress and online publishing. Keynote Lorrelle Van Fossen (aka Lorelle on WordPress) Dave Olson (Topic, Are you Worthy?) […]

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WordPress Tools for Your Mac

I wrote this recently on my personal site although it’s the prefect content for our business site as well. Over the last few weeks my company, sixty4media, has themed, coded, and tweaked quite a few WordPress sites (and even more over the years before we even had the company). I am often asked what I […]

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Twitter is on the up and up

Last month I wrote about using Twitter for Business and it was the most popular post we’ve had on sixty4media to date. Tech Crunch just released some Twitter stats and the proof is in the numbers: Twitter is here, now, and it’ll be staying for quite some time. Twitter is having its hockey stick moment […]

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sixty4media Mentioned in the Vancouver Sun

Earlier this week Chris Briekss of 6S Marketing launched his list of “Top Twitterers In Vancouver” and within a few hours I was chatting with Gillian Shaw of The Vancouver Sun. As a result, the list was published in yesterday’s paper and sixty4media got a nice shout out. TOP TWITTERERS IN VANCOUVER 1. http://twitter.com/miss604 — […]

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Making a Scene Conference Today

Today I’ll be speaking at the Making a Scene Conference on Granville Island. This annual event provides presentations, workshops, and panels about the professional theatre industry. I was asked to sit on a panel, “The New Face of Marketing”, to hopefully address questions about blogger outreach and online marketing. Making a Scene runs from November […]

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Business Blogging Tip: Don’t be a Robot

As a blogger (on my personal site) who is sometimes approached by other businesses, PR firms or marketers, the one thing that makes me click “delete” on an email almost instantly is the opening phrase, “Dear Sir or Madam”. Aside from using the correct pronouns you don’t want to sound like a press release, a […]

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WordCamp Whistler In the Works

After several successful WordCamps in Vancouver, Kulpreet got the wheels in motion for the next event, coming this winter. Last night on Twitter something magical also happened – the idea of having the event in Whistler was hatched and so planning for WordCamp Whistler is now underway. Read Duane’s blog post for a preview, view […]

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Interesting Vancouver Tonight

Tonight great and curious minds will be gathering at the Vancouver Rowing Club for the first, Interesting Vancouver event which, “is a multi-disciplinary conference for and by the curious and creative minds of Vancouver. Speakers come from a host of backgrounds such as sciences, academia, marketing, technology, art, and more.” There is a line up […]

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