Category: Mobile Marketing

Google to roll out its mobile-friendly ranking factors in April 2015

March 16, 2015

Contributed by Graphically Speaking, BCAMA Website Sponsor. Google has recently made the announcement of the next big update to its search algorithm, giving marketers some time to prepare for the upcoming change in April, 2015. Google’s official announcement states “Starting April 21, we will be expanding our use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal”. Is Read More

Eye Wars: TV vs Mobile

July 9, 2014

And The Winner Is? By: Emily Marroquin Insights West and iamota’s smartphone study reports that mobile interaction has become the norm in daily life: British Columbians report spending almost equal time with their smartphones weekly (13.7 hours) as they do in front of their television screens (14.2 hours).  Results show 68% of the province’s residents now Read More

Digital Marketing Trends

May 19, 2014

by Ray Wang 5 Significant Digital Marketing Trends Every Marketer Should Keep in Mind Marketers often have difficulties keeping up with the latest in digital marketing due to all the rapid changes. To help marketers stay current with issues most relevant to them, I have listed five significant digital marketing trends you should know: 1.       Read More

VISION BuzzFeed: Top 10 List of 2014 Marketing Trends

May 2, 2014

by Meena Sandhu As marketers, we are more than familiar with buzzwords, trends, hot topics, industry lingo, etc. – and, in fact, our industry is responsible for creating much of it. However, even the most seasoned marketer can get caught up, swept away or even left in the dust trying to stay on top of Read More

Matt Nelson – Digital Storytelling 101 for Marketers

April 20, 2014

by Bruce Nickson Part 2 of the recap of the March 27th Breakfast Speaker Series event brings you Matthew Nelson, Director of Digital Strategy at DDB Canada/Tribal Worldwide – Vancouver. Matt starts with history, as in: we’ve been telling each other stories for as long as we have communicated with each other. The history of human communication (we Read More

Creating Need through Utility: Extraordinary Digital Thinkers, Part 6

March 21, 2014

By Bruce Nickson Last, but certainly not least, we present Sandy Fleischer of Pound & Grain, in the sixth and final post recapping the February 20th BCAMA Evening Speaker Series event, The League of Extraordinary Digital Thinkers. A long time ago (1900) in a galaxy far far away (France), there were two brothers: Edouard and Andre. Edouard Read More

The Digital Tsunami: Extraordinary Digital Thinkers, Part 3

March 4, 2014

by Bruce Nickson In this, the third instalment of the recap of the February 20th BCAMA Evening Speaker Series event, The League of Incredible Digital Thinkers, Dean Elissat of Engine Digital talks about the digital tsunami heading our way. Dean gave a very good imitation of a person with a severe vacation hangover on his first Read More

Jamie Garratt: An Extraordinary Digital Thinker

February 19, 2014

Online = Offline Jamie Garratt President & Strategy Lead, Idea Rebel. For over a decade, Jamie has been influential in the development of many high-profile brands including Electronic Arts, Quiksilver, Nike, BMW, RE/MAX, The PGA TOUR and Bell Media. “When Marketing in 2014 you need to think of offline digital. Traditional online strategies aren’t going Read More

Creating Meaning in a “Kardashian” World

February 13, 2014

A sneak preview from Sandy Fleischer, Owner & Managing Partner, Pound & Grain. The vast amount of smartphones and tablets are creating consumers who are more connected, more informed, more demanding, and more distracted than ever before. And today’s consumers want more. Gone are the days of actively absorbing traditional advertising messages. Now they are Read More

Small Business Marketing: Establishing Brand Presence in Social and Mobile Media

January 23, 2014

How Orca Coast Playground developed their mobile and social strategy By Alexandra Estanislao It’s more common than ever these days to see businesses rise to the top and fall right back down just as quickly. The way these businesses market themselves has a lot to do with the outcome. How, and where, you communicate your Read More