Episode 31: Social Media in the Federal Election – an Analysis

In Ep. 31 of Don't Call Me a Guru, host Linda Hoang is joined by political experts Dave Cournoyer and Katherine O'Neill who help analyze social media strategies and tactics in the 2019 Federal Election, social media in politics as a whole, and sharing general social media insights and advice that can be applied in … Continue reading Episode 31: Social Media in the Federal Election – an Analysis

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Episode 30: Social Media News, Updates, Features You May Have Missed Over The Summer

In Ep. 30 of Don't Call Me a Guru, host Linda Hoang catches you up on social media news, updates, features, and reports you may have missed over the summer. In this episode, we discuss: Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram Ad updates TikTok for brands discussion Twitter Marketing's "participation playbook" Twitter iOS app image attachment and … Continue reading Episode 30: Social Media News, Updates, Features You May Have Missed Over The Summer

Episode 29: Social Media and the Edmonton Fringe Festival

In Ep. 29 of Don't Call Me a Guru, host Linda Hoang is joined via Skype by Megan Dart, Communications Specialist with the Edmonton Fringe Theatre, who shares insights on what goes into managing content creation for the largest and longest-running Fringe Festival in North America! In this episode, we discuss: How to utilize social … Continue reading Episode 29: Social Media and the Edmonton Fringe Festival

Episode 28: Social Media in the Video Game Industry (BioWare/Anthem Game)

In Episode 28 of Don't Call Me a Guru, host Linda is joined via Skype by Jesse Anderson,¬†Global Community Manager for Anthem, an online, multi-player action role-playing video game developed by BioWare (Electronic Arts), who shares insights into community management and social media in the video game industry. In this episode, we discuss: The importance … Continue reading Episode 28: Social Media in the Video Game Industry (BioWare/Anthem Game)

Episode 27: Social Media & Content Strategy with Tourism Calgary

In Episode 27 of Don't Call Me a Guru, host Linda is joined via Skype by Tourism Calgary's Manager of Content Marketing, Kyle Russell, to discuss how the popular tourism board develops its own content, works with individuals and influencers to create user-generated content, tips for social, digital and content teams big and small, and … Continue reading Episode 27: Social Media & Content Strategy with Tourism Calgary

Episode 24: Using Social Media to Build Brand & Community

In Episode 24 of Don't Call Me a Guru, host Linda is joined by Brittney Le Blanc (@britl), an Edmonton social media influencer, community builder and social media manager who has worked in news, start-ups and the travel industry. Linda and Brittney discuss how social media can be used to build community, your personal brand, … Continue reading Episode 24: Using Social Media to Build Brand & Community

Episode 23: iMEDIA Digital & Social Media Conference Recap

In Episode 23 of Don't Call Me a Guru, former co-host Tyler Jack Butler makes a special return to the podcast to chat with Linda Hoang about strategies and lessons learned, and ideas sparked, from the March 2019 iMEDIA social media / digital marketing conference! Tyler and Linda both presented at iMEDIA and were co-emcees. … Continue reading Episode 23: iMEDIA Digital & Social Media Conference Recap

Episode 22: A Photographer’s Instagram Insights

In Episode 22 of Don't Call Me a Guru, Linda Hoang has a conversation with Tracey Jazmin, an Edmonton area photographer who has built her entire business around Instagram and is leading the way locally with a specific type of photography centered around influencers and bloggers. "With social media, personal branding has evolved from just … Continue reading Episode 22: A Photographer’s Instagram Insights