PSEWEB 2011: Presentation Deck and PostScript

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The presentation that my colleague Bob McKenzie and I gave on Creating Compelling Video with Minimal Stress for PSEWEB 2011 is now available on Slideshare: Having one of the 9 […]

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Upcoming talks in Toronto: PSEWEB 2011 and Worldviews International Conference

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I’m excited to be speaking at two communications conferences this spring. PSEWEB 2011 First up on May 20 is PSEWEB 2011, Canada’s leading web and social media conference geared toward […]

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Publicity, legwork and owning the last mile: Urban Arts Case Study, Part V

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Let’s say you’ve done your homework: You’ve got strong videos promoting your theatre company’s work. Your website has interesting content that’s well-integrated into your promotional strategy and effectively leverages social […]

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Why Theatre Promoters Should Tweet: Urban Arts Case Study, Part IV

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Note: I was contacted by Adrian Chamberlain, the journalist I used as an example in the post because of his centrality to the Victoria theatre scene, after the initial posting. […]

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Working Your Promotional Angles: Urban Arts Case Study, Part III

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Idiosyncrasies are a gold mine for communicators working in theatre production, provided you’ve got an eye for detail and a willingness to innovate on the fly. It doesn’t matter whether […]

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Theatre company websites as content gateways: Urban Arts Case Study, Part II

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In the theatre as in any business, your website is more than the place where people come to see what you’re offering this season or check a show’s start time. […]

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