Category: Nova Scotia

  • Nova Scotia – Come to life

    On September 16th, HolmPage Productions became a Charter Member of the Nova Scotia – Come to life Initiative, in a signing ceremony with Premier Darrell Dexter. Come to life is an effort to bring together Nova Scotian businesses and organizations to promote our beautiful province in a positive and unified way. Not that anyone is […]

  • Facebook scores again

    I now have two clients who tried blogging, with the best of intentions, but didn’t keep it up.  One tried Twitter but that fizzled too.  Now, both have set up Facebook Pages, and have finally found their social medium. I can see many reasons why Facebook works for them:

  • The impact on traffic of having a blog on your web site

    Maybe you’ve heard that it’s good to have a blog on your website – that it brings more visitors.  Want proof? I have a fun little website – a labour of love –  that I’ve been growing for 10 years now, the Nova Scotia Photo Album. It started out as a wedding gift on a […]

  • Thinking locally, acting locally, connecting globally

    I spent the day at a social event – a rare treat for someone who works alone most of the time, although in constant contact with clients. It was pleasant to talk about subjects other than business. I noticed that today’s various conversations tended to touch upon our individual responses to increasing gas prices, impending […]

  • ACSBE, The Acadia Centre for Social and Business Entrepreneurship

    For small businesses, yes, and also for non-profit and community organizations, ACSBE (pronounced “axe-bee”) runs a variety of programs and workshops.  If you’re in the South Shore/Annapolis Valley area and you’re thinking of starting a business, in the startup phase, or looking to develop it further, check them out. They have free workshops on small […]