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Ruckus Digital Bolsters Staff Roster with Creative and SEO Hires

Ella Singleton and Nicole Pomeroy join ruckus to expand the agency’s integrated offering   TORONTO – November 29, 2018 – Delivering clients integrated thinking, strategy, execution and measurement is a promise APEX PR and its digital agency, ruckus, do not take lightly. The talent and effectiveness of its people are the foundation

Five takeaways from Social Media Week Toronto

From algorithm adjustments to the ever-changing video formats. Social media is constantly evolving, and as digital strategists it’s important we keep on top of these changes to better optimize our content for any platform. The ruckus team had an opportunity to attend Social Media Week Toronto, which brought several leading

Intern Coordinator, Digital Content & Creative

Are you creative, driven, full of ideas? Are you curious and ready to use those ideas to tackle big business problems? ruckus Digital is a fiercely independent Canadian digital marketing communications agency. We’re especially motivated by agile, creative and edgy thinking and work best when tackling the unconventional. We play

5 QS: Georgia Eliopoulos of Extra Sparkle Please

Georgia Eliopoulos Extra Sparkles Please @extrasparklesplease   Up next, we sat down with Georgia Eliopoulos, creator of ExtraSparklesPlease.com, to talk about future trends in the world of blogging and what she loves most about being an influencer.   1. Tell us about your blog currently and the direction you see it heading in the years to

CPRS event: The benefits of research and data collection

In the past 10 years, the public relations industry has advanced tremendously in how it collects and reports data, conducts research and quantifies success. On February 5, 2018, the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) Toronto held an informative event where attendees had a chance to listen to four leading industry experts

ruckus makers: What is branded content?

The future of branded storytelling is evolving as individuals expect more from the organizations that market to them. So, we invited Heather Loosemore, Sr. Director of Marketing Communications at Walmart Canada and Kaaren Whitney-Vernon, SVP Branded Entertainment at Shaftesbury to share their insights at our last ruckus makers speaker series. Here,