Monthly Archives: February 2013

Comm 57 bloggers dig into placement aspirations

This week’s Comm 57 Top 5 Bloggers list has two new strong entrants. Lucid writer and automobile enthusiast Craig Thrasher breaks into the top 5 alongside Chang Sun, an international student at St. Lawrence College who shares some superb tips … Continue reading

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Five steps to take your Comm 57 blogs to the next level

I love this stage of the student blogging assignment. We’re at that point where those who have taken to the assignment start to really strut their stuff. Many are already doing just about everything right and just need a pointer … Continue reading

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Drum roll, please, for this week’s top five marketing blogs

Choosing my favourite student blog of the week is usually easy. It’s the other four of the top five that can be difficult, especially the ones that fight for spots as fourth, fifth, and sixth. However, this week’s top bloggers … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Harley Yeatman:
Here is a common dilemma in a consumer buying process for video games. I can go to a retail game store, my app store on my phone or a digital game service like Steam and pay $10…

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Originally posted on Cynthia Katherine:
Golf is an industry that generates an estimated $29.4 billion in Canadian total gross production through direct, indirect, and induced spending impact. This industry is among the highest number of participant rates in Canada. This…

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Originally posted on klin02:
I believe that children are strongly influenced by their parents. My father is an entrepreneur and he established a technology-related company in Taiwan before I was born. I think it becomes the biggest reason why I…

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Originally posted on tylerlabelle12:
Molson Coors! Molson Coors! Molson Coors! I say that three times fast. Not because it’s hard to say; but to remind myself that is where I am doing my placement, not solely Molson Canadian. http://www.workopolis.com/jobsearch/job/sales-associate/molson-coors-canada-jobs/14274662 Molson…

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