Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy

Emma, moving and Podcasters Across Borders

Wow, it’s been quite some time since I posted on the blog. Things have been insane in my life to say the least. In the beginning of last month I was hired as New Media Manager by Emma. Emma is a fantastic email marketing company. I absolutely love the position, company and people I work with. I’m not boasting here, but I have to say that I am finally 100% happy in a position. You can read more about Emma here. If you do need a stylish email marketing service I would seriously urge you to let me know, or to contact Emma directly. I am not being forced to write this :-)

On top of working at Emma, I have been consulting the Nashville chapter of the American Marketing Association on an exciting project set to launch mid-summer. I continue to work some freelance work here and there as well.

Now that all seems like a load doesn’t it? But wait, there’s more! I also moved my family to Nashville finally. It’s a very exciting time in my wife and I’s life, because this is the first house that we have purchased. Unfortunately the prior owners painted nearly the whole house dark red. We have been up to our ears in primer and paint. I spent the weekend painting the entire house with plenty of help from friends and family. In addition to painting there’s the small matter of moving our furniture in to the house as well. Now that the paint has dried we’ve been able to let Ella and Sam join us in the house, but moving in is not an easy task with two bambinos demanding our attention.

I am off this Thursday to Toronto, then to Kingston, Ontario on Friday for the weekend to attend Podcasters Across Borders (PAB). I attended PAB last year and had a blast; I’m very excited for this year. Sean McGaughey has created a meme: The un-official Podcasters Across Borders Meme. Here it is for your reading pleasure:

Why are you coming to PAB?
I am really looking forward to seeing old friends from the Canadian podcasting community, plus make new international ones. Oh, and to drink beer.

A little homework now: Which PAB registrants would you like to meet? Why?
I would love to meet Chris Brogan, I really enjoy his blog and think he’s doing some fantastic work engaging his audience. I also really want to speak with…

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