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Celebrate Prince George Summer and Winter Festivals happen every February and July in Prince George. Each month is brimming with activities, events, and celebrations; check out the video to see the highlights from July, 2016! 
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Yesterday we hosted a webinar with western Canada' s most award-winning blogger, Rebecca Bollwitt. We have a copy of the slideshow she presented to share with all of our stakeholders. Watch this short video to learn about how to engage with reviews, how to generate positive review engagement, and how to turn a negative review into a positive customer service moment.

During the webinar some participants inquired about where to get social media stickers to display. The Facebook and Twitter logos that Rebecca shared in the presentation were hand made. To get your own, Google search Facebook and/or Twitter logos, find one that is a high resolution and send it to a graphics store. Personalize it by adding your organization's handle and/or hashtag.
Get Trip Advisor's logo by following this link: (look on the right hand side of the page) and Yelp's logo at this link:

Here is your chance to learn from one of Canada’s top digital minds on how your business can best represent itself online.

Please join us June 21 11:00am-11:30am (a 30 min webinar)
Cost: FREE

Miss604, aka Rebecca Bollwitt, is ranked as one of this countries top digital media experts. She’s built up a digital empire that has received international acclaim and a presence the George Straight was awarded nine of the past 10 years as Vancouver’s top blogger.

Tourism Prince George continues to make investments in online and digital advertising. This workshop is to help empower you on how to better participate online and represent your business.

During the 30 min workshop you can expect to learn:

^How to engage with reviews already made
^How to generate positive review engagement
^How to turn a negative comment into a positive customer service moment
^How to encourage reviews - from on-site signage to social media engagement with tags, comments, and crowdsourcing

Why is this important to you?

In the past 10 years the growth of online has been staggering. Stats are showing travellers are in front of a smartphone or computer screen for upwards of six hours a day. Many are searching for online information on where to travel next and once they make that destination commitment, they are then searching for things to do, places to stay and adventures to be had within that community. If you’re online reputation is weak, many may simply scroll right past you. Here is your chance to ensure your business doesn’t get passed right on by.

Who is Miss604?

It was this past April Rebecca was in Prince George, working with a team of digital influencers on the delivery of a smartphone content and social media aplification workshop for Tourism Prince George stokeholders. As part of that experience, this one minute video was shot, showcasing some of Rebecca’s top tips on social media strategy:

Rebecca Bollwitt - aka Miss604 - @miss604/

Rebecca was an early adopter of social media and has racked up a long list of successes. She's been blogging about life in B.C. since launching her website in 2004. She co-founded sixty4media, a WordPresss website development firm in 2008. Her career took off in 2010 when she wrote the book, Blogging to Drive Business. The Vancouver-based Rebecca has received many awards, including being named one of BC's Top 100 Women of Influence. Miss604 has also been voted "Best Vancouver Blog" for the past nine years. Rebecca is also strong supporter of many local causes. When it comes to social media, she says, "It is now 2016 and whether you are engaged or not, there is a conversation happening online about your company - so you might as well be a part of it.”

Preview YouTube video Social Media Strategy with @Miss604

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