50 Customer Experience Blogs You Should Be Reading
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- Diverse AchievementsLead Consultant, 2013 - present
- Brantford Marketing FirmDir. New Business, 2011 - 2013
- Sun LifeFinancial Advisor, 2007 - 2011
What’s this Point? - Museum of Ontario Archaeology
Identifying a Fluted Point Donated to MOA Paleo point recently donated to MOA. A couple months ago, a beautiful Paleo Period projectile poin
Why You Might Want to Stop Being a Thought Leader - Sanborn and Associates
Everyone seems to want to be a thought leader. But maybe you can achieve something better. What is it?
How WWI helped entrench the art of mass persuasion
Corporations spend billions each year trying to influence how people think, act and spend. But the fields of modern public relations and pro
Bankable Leadership: Author Tasha Eurich Talks to Marketing Smarts [Podc...
General Management: Marketing Podcast - Organizational psychologist and best-selling author Tasha Eurich offers insight into effective manag
Facebook Marketing Declines: How Business Should React
Do you use Facebook to promote your business? Are you wondering how the recent Facebook algorithm changes will affect your marketing? To lea
Here is the recording from yesterday's awesome social selling webinar w/...
Vimeo is the home for high-quality videos and the people who love them.
Your Google Drive Map - Google Plus Info - SEO, YouTube, Google Plus Tip...
The Pocket Guide to Google Plus Over 400 Links, 50 Hours of Video, 300 Slides & 20 Decks. All on 1 slide! The Single Slide that does it all.
What Twitter Followers Can Do for Your Business - HootSuite
Global research firm Market Probe International have the results of a survey of 500 people, that proves what Twitter followers can do for bu
How The “Thank You” Economy Can Boost Your Bottomline…
There are no more powerful words that we can use in our daily lives than “Thank You”. You don't believe me? In a 2012 study, Bersin and Asso