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5 Reasons to Attend the 2015 Digital Media Summit

One question you hear a lot in digital media has to do with advice: in a world where over 100,000 Twitter accounts identify themselves as “social media gurus”, how do you know who to listen to? The answer is to stop looking to individuals who boast their expertise, and focus instead on gatherings of professionals. […]

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Personal Update: Accomplishments, Consequence & Consciousness

Please note: This is the personal blog of Adam Rodricks; all views expressed here are my own and do not reflect those of my previous or current employer. I’ve always used this site as a channel for personal updates, so I wanted to share some big news. As of mid-March, I will be moving over […]


Review Bloggers in Toronto: Why Your Brand Needs Us

So you’re in need of a review blogger for your influencer campaign and you don’t know where to begin. More and more companies are turning to their industry’s bloggers as a means of engaging their target audience and with good reason. But just for fun, let’s talk about five of them. Here are the top […]


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Selective Sharers: What You’ll Never See on Social Media

  We dwell on our failures; we rarely relish our successes.   This is human nature and a massive issue I encountered in terms of motivating myself during university. Why then, do our “online” selves have such an opposite mentality, sharing updates that only portray our lives in a positive light?   I recently had […]


Morgan Stanley: A Social Start or Too Little Too Late?

  In a word, progress.   Morgan Stanley recently announced that their advisors have been permitted to tweet, an activity previously restricted by the company. In the past, advisers had to choose from an approved ‘tweet library’ if they wanted to share any sort of update through their Twitter accounts. As you can imagine, the […]