1. A walking, talking social media crisis: Toronto’s Mayor Rob Ford [CDPR 108 – Week 11]


    December 3, 2012 by bradleehere

    His Worship Rob Ford, Mayor of Toronto, has a social media crisis. After losing the coveted Mayor‘s chair at Toronto …
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  2. Measuring up: “I am not Jason Kenney” [CDPR – Week 10]


    November 26, 2012 by bradleehere

    I am not Jason Kenney. So, forgive me, but I do not have $750,000 in taxpayer-funded allowance to measure my …
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  3. Monster in the room: How to scare the bejesus out of journalists


    November 21, 2012 by bradleehere

    Two words: content farm. If that’s not enough to scare the bejesus out of your inner journalist, read on. The …
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  4. Who doesn’t love a good mnemonic?: Three A’s of social media analytics [CDPR 108 – Week 9]

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    November 12, 2012 by bradleehere

    Who doesn’t love a good mnemonic? You know, that perfectly useful aide memoire that is necessary when, say, preparing for …
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  5. Power to the people: a news cycle infographic


    October 11, 2012 by bradleehere

    It’s difficult recalling how many bunny trails, and in which order I followed them, to find this somewhat useful infographic, …
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  6. Worth more than words? [CDPR 108 – Week 5]


    October 7, 2012 by bradleehere

    Identifying visual engagement as the next new thing on the social web should not take anyone by surprise. Insofar as …
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  7. All ‘aflitter’ with Twitter [CDPR 108 – Week 4]


    October 1, 2012 by bradleehere

    Forgive me, Facebook, for I have sinned. It’s been several days since my last major post, and several hours since …
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