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This fall IAB Canada held its annual MIXX event in Toronto (Sept.30th) and Montreal (Oct.5th). This is the first in a three part blog series to relate to you what was brought forth during the event as new learning
We celebrated Canada Day (July 1st) and the 4th of July in Massachusetts this year. We took advantage of the long weekend to go to the Six Flags New England in Springfield and visit Boston. Naturally, a supper at the Hard Rock Cafe Boston was a must. Had I been alone, I’d have also driven the extra hour and a half to stop by the Foxwoods Connecticut location as well, but it was a little tough on our itinerary.
This fall IAB Canada held its annual MIXX event in Toronto and Montreal. This is the first in a three part blog series to relate to you what was brought forth during the event as new learning. comScore Media Metrics opened the day with updated numbers on Canadian online use.
More and more tourism offices worldwide are using Foursquares to encourage local citizens and tourists in discovering their neck of the woods, their specialties. This post is the first of three in an effort to help you discover what initiatives exist to give you ideas on how you could use Foursquare to promote your area. This post will be updated as new initiatives are discovered, and please don’t hesitate to communicate to me any I may have missed.
I visited Philadelphia the weekend of April 23-25 2010 to attend the 30 Seconds to Mars concert at the Electric Factory – they didn’t book a show in Montreal. This was a perfect opportunity for my family and I to visit a city we’d never see before and what a beautiful city it it! Being […]
My first virtual trip online brought me to New York City with the clear goal of unlocking a good number of Foursquare badges – 10 in that instance. I’ve since accomplished 4 other such online expeditions; in Chicago, in Pennsylvania, California and a second in NYC – each for the primary purpose of unlocking many Foursquare badges.