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So now that the new site is up…what now?

So now that the new site is up...what now?

Okay, so I know it looks bad. My new site has been up for a month and I haven’t gotten organized and started posting regularly and updating my portfolio.I’m like a carpenter who’s house is unfinished, or a plumber with a leaky faucet. I know. This has been a wildly busy year (all good when […]

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Stage Left To Speak at Rec Connections Conference

SLC has been asked to present “To Tweet or Not to Tweet,” an introductory social media workshop, at the upcoming Recreation Connections Manitoba conference, February 29 – March 2, 2012 at the Victoria Inn, Winnipeg. We’re looking forward to helping recreation professionals from across the province better understand the role social media can play in […]

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5 Things My Teenager Taught Me About Business: Confessions of a Social Media Wannabe

Let me start this post by making two social media confessions: 1. I am a brand manager who hates using social media (for anyone who is following me on twitter @catherinepate this will become plainly obvious by my pitiful tweet count—I have NO social capital). I am no social media expert, and I have fallen […]

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Marketing Musicians

Over the last year SLC has begun working with indi musicians like Alana Levandoski and Trio Bembe to help them navigate the marketing world, particularly the online marketing world. We have been throwing new terms like on-page and off-page optimization and bookmarking at people better acquanted with terms like charts, liner notes and labels. For […]

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Stage Left Communications Offers Two Brown Bags

We’re going to be out in the community. We’d love to meet you. Join us for one of the following two upcoming brown bag events being presented by Volunteer Manitoba: Brand, What Brand? Date: Thursday, July 15, 2010 (12pm-1pm) Location: Volunteer Manitoba Training Room #207-5 Donald St. S This is a great introduction for non-profit […]

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Stage Left offers one-day workshops

Stage Left Communications, in partnership with Volunteer Manitoba, is offering two new workshops: “Brand, What Brand?” Whether you know it or not your organization has a brand. Think of it as the things people say about you when you’re not in the room. So you need to be in command, as much as possible, of […]

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