Tag Archives: Case Study

@katjaib, @luzdonahue, @vaforums, @mmangen

Twitter True Story ~ Charting a Course for Success

We’re honored to welcome Michelle Mangen, AKA @MMangen, to SocialNorth. Michelle’s a 6-figure virtual assistant, single mom who loves Latin dancing, iTunes, books and horses. She’s the oldest of 7 kids from Wisconsin and now lives in Sarasota, Florida …

hiring a social media professional

How to Hire a Social Media Expert

If you’re a small business owner just venturing into social media, the learning curve is overwhelming. To hire the right person for the job, you have to know the right questions to ask. And to know the right questions, you’ve got some research ahead of you. The good news is, there a lot of people willing to help – myself included …

Dishing with Dana ~ Interview with Jason Loper

We’re honored to welcome Jason Loper, bowtie-wearing, blog-writing, bicycle-riding man about town. Trying to make the world a more stylish place. Fondness for Instagram and self-portraits …

keep your personal and business accounts separate

Twitter True Story ~ An Analytical Perspective

We’re honored to welcome Elizabeth Monier-Williams, AKA @Analyticeye to SocialNorth. Elizabeth writes The Analytic Eye, a blog about communications, marketing analysis, social media and digital culture, is a Tedx speaker and the Marketing and Communications Manager for Mars Innovation …

introspective Amanda

Twitter True Story ~ The Power of Storytelling

We’re honored to welcome Amanda Wood, AKA @AmandaHWood to SocialNorth. Amanda is a new media culturist for the Charcoal Group. Lover of all things food, tech, design and media. This is her story…

Stephen Dimmick - make-up artist extraordinaire

Dishing with Dana ~ Interview with Stephen Dimmick

We’re honored to welcome Stephen Dimmick, Media personality, dog lovin’, makeup man, vlogger dishin a daily dose of Oprah with an Aussie attitude. If you ain’t a nice person, makeup won’t help …

make your voice heard

Twitter True Story ~ How I Found My Voice

I learned that it’s never too late to find your passion. I found out that uniqueness isn’t a bad thing, and that I don’t have to fit into someone else’s mold or pretend to be something I’m not. I realized that until I found my worth, nobody else would see it …

Greg having fun

Twitter True Story ~ How Social Media Changed Me

We’re honored to welcome Greg Lehman, AKA @Spike_Mobile to SocialNorth as the next in our series of Twitter True Stories. Greg is the marketing brains behind Spike|Mobile and one smart guy. We met at Canada’s first 140 Conference in Waterloo and I’ve watched his star rising …

Coffe is my connector

Twitter True Story ~ Building a Fiercely Loyal Community

We’re honored to welcome Sarah Robinson, AKA @SarahRobinson to SocialNorth as part of our Twitter True Stories series. Sarah is an author, speaker and consultant. She wrote Fierce Loyalty: Unlocking the DNA of Wildly Successful Communities and is a Forbes & Dun & Bradstreet top entrepreneurship tweeter …

networking is my oxygen

The Art of Marketing Conference, Toronto

Networking and skill-building are my most essential tasks – every single day – because in my industry, stagnating is moving backward. Enter the almighty conference, still one of my favorite ways to learn, grow and meet other entrepreneurs …

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