The Globe and Mail Reports on Delvinia’s Work With the COC

A story about marketing techniques and analytic tools that appeared in Monday’s Globe and Mail highlights Delvinia’s work with the Canadian Opera Company (COC). In “Spammer Techniques Worth a Steal,” writer Lynn Greiner reports that Delvinia, which recently completed a refresh of the COC’s website, used Google Analytics to review site usage since the website’s […]

New Faces at Delvinia: Susan O’Neill

Hello all. I’m pleased to introduce myself as one of the newest Delvinians. My name is Susan O’Neill and I’m taking on the role of Public Relations Manager here at Delvinia. After more than a decade as a writer and editor, I made the decision in 2010 to take my career in a new direction […]

New Faces at Delvinia: Raj Manocha

From client to co-worker! Hi all, I’m Raj Manocha, Director of Sales, AskingCanadians™.  At Delvinia, I’ll be focusing on pushing the needle forward on the AskingCanadians™ brand, while continuing to grow relationships with current and new clients.  Over the last 8 years, I have worked in a client development role in the online market research […]

Canadian New Media Awards Celebrates 10 Years and Looks to the Future

On Wednesday December 1st, 2010, we celebrated the 10th annual Canadian New Media Awards. This was a special evening for me, since it not only marked the 10th anniversary of the awards that I co-founded 10 years ago, but it really demonstrated how my partnership with Mark Greenspan and Robert Montgomery from Achilles Media has […]

Nicole Goodman Joins Delvinia to Study Effects of Online Voting

Hi, my name is Nicole Goodman. I am a PhD candidate at Carleton University in Ottawa. My scholarly interests include Canadian political institutions, especially electoral institutions, turnout, survey methodology, citizenship and civic duty, and the effect of the Internet on elections and political participation. My current work is focused on voting turnout, particularly among young […]