Instead of making it as boring as an eBook, Cendrine Marrouat has made it as interesting and conversational as a novel. The book is so lively and personal and she has managed to keep it that way from page one through to the last page. Cendrine - like a Narrator takes you on an interesting journey filled with rich examples, case studies, snippets from her own life, lessons she learnt as a Social Media Author and Coach etc. The best part is that she included live links to all case studies mentioned in her eBook for further detailed reference. Besides, she has also included links to some really awesome free tools to manage social media effectively. This ebook is a treasure trove of information and filled with practical, effective advice that everyone must know and follow.- John Thomas, Managing Editor and Curator in Chief at Networker Publications
Cendrine Marrouat brilliantly combines her talents as journalist and seasoned writer to distill her experience and time-proven methods into a helpful 47 page handbook filled with clear, concise applicable guidance and tips. - Kelly Hungerford, Head of of Content, Communications and Community at Paper.li
The book is very easy to read, much like her previous e-book, "The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips." Her newest offering takes the reader step-by-step through the social media strategy process, giving case studies along the way to support her statements. She touches on everything from figuring out who your audience is to what platforms to use to defining your voice. - Mandy Edwards, Social Media Consultant, ME Marketing Services
The city is now asking for volunteers to help sandbag Paradise Canyon tomorrow:
We are in need of approximately 50 volunteers to help stack and haul sandbags in Paradise Canyon tomorrow. If you are interested in helping out please go to the North doors of the First Choice Wellness Centre (there will be signs) • A Registration table will be setup past the Tim Hortons at 8 a.m. • A bus will take volunteers down to Paradise Canyon at approximately 9 a.m. (or when we get enough people) and then return you to the University of Lethbridge when the work has been completed. Please park in Lot E at the U of L.
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Are you finding yourself stuck in the same daily grind—perhaps even in a rut? Life can be hectic, and we can forget to pay attention to ourselves—both our body and our mind. This is where daily habits come in! If you do something consistently enough,...
Seeking out something to laugh about on a daily basis—such as watching your favorite comedian online—may be just what you need to create a more relaxed, zen-like state of mind. A new study by Loma Linda University Health reveals that joyful laughter produces an abundance of
cendrinemedia shared on instragram for #grannigram @sunleyphoto is trying to raise money for@unitedwaycgy. If she meets the goal of $500 before the end of June, she will wear an ugly wedding dress for the rest of the month. For more info on the campaign (@junedresses) visit junedresses.ca. To make a donation: po.st/junedresses. Thank you for your help! --- #yyc#rockyourfrock#rockoutwithyoyrfrockout#rowyfo#yycdresses#junedresses#calgary#united_way#womenFollow
My niece is raising funds for the United Way in Calgary If the 500 goal is reached before the end of the month she will wear the ugliest wedding dress to walmart horse camp and church....Wanna help me have her in that dress soonest? #granniegram here is the link http://instagram.com/p/o2RAcyw8Lf/
The Community and Glen's family suffered a huge loss on June 3. Guido's death leaves a huge hole in the lives of those he leaves behind.
Glen was known by many for his beard and his little buddy Harley the yorkie with the matching facial hair and funky doggy biker attire. But Glen was so much more. He was always ready with a smile and if you were in need he would take the shirt off his back to help you. He was just that sort of guy. Over the years he has been involved with many community events in Langdon, Strathmore and the Calgary area. He was always that friendly face in the crowd willing to help out. His passion has always been for animals and his latest fundraising has been the RIDE DOG RIDE - a motorcycle poker run/ fundraiser for the Calgary SPCA.
In 2009 Glen contracted H1N1 and was hospitalized for a length of time. At the time of his death he was still suffering from the effects of this awful illness, due to the lasting effects of sars and other health issues Glen was unable to work or qualify for health insurance. Thus the emotion loss of such a fantastic guy is coupled with financial concerns.
Our goal with this fundraiser is to ease some of the financial burden of Glen's Widow Diana. We are asking the community to join us and raise some money for her so she can focus on her emotional healing without financial stress.
Please join us for a fundraiser which will include: silent auction, raffles, outdoor bbq, bike wash and much more. This is not only a fundraiser but a CELEBRATION OF GLEN'S LIFE and his dedication to the community.
Paula Evanshas raised millions to research her daughter's disorder, and she's winning.
"I wasn't going to wait for the science," Evans says. Instead, she has tackled the need for a cure like an entrepreneur: by starting the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (aptly acronymed FAST) and raising over $2 million herself. The organization consists of a remarkable team of scientists, parents, and advocates funding one of the most aggressive research initiatives into a rare disorder ever conceived.