I write about travel and lifestyle for local and regional publications, and I work with a variety of clients to edit everything form conference proceedings to motorcycle magazines.
Snapchat may not be as familiar to marketers as Facebook and Instagram, but its dedicated user base can’t be ignored. Think about these two facts for a moment: The entire population of the world is 7.4 billion people. Snapchatters watch more than 10 billion videos every day. (That’s way up from the 2 billion per day they watched in May 2015.)
The 382-passenger Silversea Silver Shadow, currently sailing between Vancouver and Alaska until the end of September, welcomed PAX aboard in Vancouver last week for a tour of the ship with a select group of travel media before passengers set sail for Seward.
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Tucked away on the Sunshine Coast, Sechelt is a small town (population 9,291) with a big heart.
The older demographic (more than a third aged over 60 as of the 2011 census) indicates that there are many retirees among Sechelt’s residents, but it’s becoming a more popular location for young couples and families looking for a place to set down roots for an affordable price.
Let’s take a look at who’s using Twitter right now, so you can plan how to connect with this active social media user base to maximize your follower list and make it easy for those followers to amplify your message.
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