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Drive engagement through Millennials ‘early onset nostalgia’

With fierce competition from other leading online and bricks and mortar retailers, the holiday shopping season is the most difficult time of the year to capture a customer’s attention. Walmart Canada needed a creative approach to break through the noise and entice Canadian shoppers to choose Walmart for their Black

How to add a fresh twist to your social media content

Have any of your married friends or those in committed relationships ever asked to play with someone else’s dating apps (just because they were curious)? According to a Google Consumer Survey ruckus Digital commissioned in spring 2017, about a quarter of Canadian millennials know someone who has. This insight gave us

Walmart Canada: One-stop shop for groceries, general merchandise and now beer and wine

Canadians are consuming hundreds of pieces of content daily, faster than ever before, which makes it important for brands to capture the attention of users quickly to impact and secure brand recall. According to Fors-Marsh group tests, it takes only 0.25 of a second of exposure for people to recall mobile

Apps on my phone

As a millennial and a digital content strategist, it’s no surprise that I’m always on my phone – it’s an extension of myself and my work. Community management is part of my job when managing the social accounts for APEX PR and ruckus digital. For businesses or brands on social, it’s

ruckus Digital at DX3 Canada

ruckus Digital was at DX3 Canada, Canada’s leading technology, digital marketing and retail event, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this week. This year, #DX32017 brought in speakers and industry leaders from big players like Walmart, Pinterest, IBM, Corus Entertainment, American Express, DAVIDsTEA, Lululemon, BMO Financial Group, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and many more. See below to check

Where do good content ideas come from?

Creating great content isn’t an exact science. At a recent event hosted by Rethink at the YouTube space in Toronto, the panel (featuring Alison Lawler-Dean, Rethink’s VP of Marketing and Communications) discussed how content is developed from various perspectives. In addition to how a non-profit like Rethink approaches the concept, Lawler-Dean