We are visual beings. To capture attention through social media it is essential to have good images and video to accompany your posts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Many people wonder if the are using Facebook and Twitter correctly because they have what they would consider to be low engagement rates. Did you know most people average around 0.5 – 1% engagement rates on platforms like Facebook and Twitter, as well as many others.
We all want to increase our brand recognition and ultimately our SEO by having the right influencers representing our brand. Although there are many influencers that have spent considerable time carefully curating their followers and gaining their trust, there are also some that have bought followers to increase their numbers to trick potential clients in thinking they are more credible than they really are.
The 29th annual Toronto Fall Home Show provided inspiration and tips to organize your space, overcome household challenges, find innovative products and shop great deals from over 300 retailers. Industry pros and experts on the Main Stage included Frank Ferragine, Sharon Grech, Carson Arthur, Leigh Ann Allaire Perrault, Jo Alcorn, Yvonne Tremblay and many more.
Combining evolving technology with past traditions for a modern lifestyle, the 2017 Future Dream Home™ by Probuilt Design + Build, was for the first time, an actual design and build project for a Toronto client. The 2,700 sq. ft. home was built on location at the Toronto National Home Show at the Enercare Centre where it was available for the public
Ashworth Associates was hired to increase awareness of Melanoma Awareness Month and developed and wrote a media kit for the Melanoma Network of Canada. Melanoma Awareness Month received 82,971,394 impressions in print, radio, television and online coverage.
The Waterfront Artisan Market presented by The Waterfront BIA brings together a carefully curated mix of more than 50 artisans, entrepreneurs, chefs, local makers and specialty foods in a unique open-air market at HTO Park.
Family Day on Toronto’s Waterfront provided family Day fun for kids of all ages and featured dog sport demos, activities and arts and crafts.
At Gangways Open on Toronto’s Waterfront, visitors tour the numerous ships docked along the water’s edge and encounter pirates as they make their way along the Waterfront.
100 images from the top 200 photos submitted by amateur photographers for the My Waterfront Photo Contest were printed on a 5ft high x 2ft wide vinyl banner and hung on all hydro poles from Yonge Street to Bathurst Street for the Waterfront Outdoor Photo Exhibit.