You get the gist.
We answer those kinds of regular queries both patiently and in great detail, and the interest is both flattering and encouraging.
And we were more than happy to fill in the blanks for the uninitiated at the recent Tweetstock6 social media networking event held at Brantford Galaxy Cinemas – where hundreds of curious participants from all over came together for a full day of interaction and information, with keynote speaker Erica Ehm, ex-Much Music veejay, and lately an online entrepreneur.
As the Tweetstock folks will tell you: “We don’t do Twitter 101 and we don’t do high falutin’ strategic mumbo-jumbo either.
“We deliver the real goods on how to actually start and grow your business online, regardless of what ‘business’ means to you, and we do it all in style.”
We were more than happy to take part, with Adam Hislop of TheGreenHub.ca and Atomic Spark unveiling a three-minute state-of-the-union video about TheGreenHub.ca – The past, present and future. It’s a stylish, to-the-point entry point to how we are making the green news and information web portal grow and expand, using both traditional and non-traditional marketing techniques. It was shown on a towering 50-foot wide screen, and prompted a immediate flurry of interest.
So while we actually don’t mind answering each and every question about our business, we think this latest video says it all – and more.
Elsewhere around The Green Hub: Why police are warning motorists about deer crossings … How Brant councillors are pushing for deadline for removal of tainted fill … What determines if solar a good FIT for brownfields … How backyard birders are being recruited by Project FeederWatch … How public pressure saved bulky garbage pickup service in Norfolk … Why Haldimand residents should expect hydro rates to rise in 2012 … What inter-county transit system would mean to Norfolk and Brant … How new winery owners in Norfolk ready for an adventure … How imagination is entering into Dunnville’s vision for downtown makeover … Why future of Dunnville’s farmer’s market may be in limbo …
Last but not least: Toronto Star stories on birth of green energy movement in Ontario. Worth a read.
(Check back regularly for a new post from The Green Ticker … and The Greg McMillan Daily)