Training

Customized Social Media Training & Workshops

Tailored to your goals, our highly engaging workshops showcase the latest trends in digital, social media and communications and provide training on platforms, strategy and content. Learn more.

Strategy

Communications & Content Strategy

It starts with insights, understanding your audience, strategies tied to your business goals and a creative plan. We help you discover your best stories and bring them to life. Here’s how.

social PR

Social PR

Your audience wants valuable content they can’t find anywhere else. We build relationships then develop and amplify your stories in social and legacy media. Here’s how.

speaking

Speaking

Martin Waxman delivers entertaining and engaging keynotes and interactive workshops and presentations for organizations, companies and groups throughout North America. Learn more.

Recent Posts

Creativity

Why it’s tough to be creative at work

Have you ever been called into a brainstorm and thought I’ve got so much on my plate today, I just can’t face being creative. Or when you do come up with an idea, do you feel it’s nitpicked so badly it becomes unrecognizable from what you first proposed? According to Duncan Wardle, VP of Creative Inc. (part of Disney’s Destination Marketing group), you’re not alone. He says most good ideas get either completely watered down or killed as they move through an organization. 

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Cable access TV

Livestream video – a new take on cable access TV

Let’s rewind to the end of the last century. Back then, you’d find user-generated content in home videos or on community access TV. And the quality was…um…why don’t we say it was local-in-the-extreme. Sometimes you might discover a talented host like Tom Green, at the beginning of their career. But he was the exception, not the rule. Fast-forward to 2016 and easy access to livestream video. Now it’s not only our own cable shows, we have our very own channels — 24/7. On Periscope, Blab and now Facebook Live, you can find people talking into, pointing at or swirling around pretty much anything.

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Martin Waxman on Twitter changes

Twitter turns 10 and the tweets just keep on comin’

I remember when I first set up my twitter account in March 2007 just after the company turned one and was all the rage at SXSW. I don’t mind saying how nervous I felt. At the time, Twitter seemed like the great big unknown to me. And while I was fascinated, I didn’t understand how it worked and got too hung up on the literal idea of followers. Why would anyone want to follow me when I hadn’t said anything? I came to the conclusion it was both dumb and a mess.

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