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Leland Dieno

Blogger, Digital Marketing Professional, Tattoo'd Dude

A recent nominee for best personal blog at the West Coast Social Media Awards, Leland Dieno works full time as a digital content administrator for a large retail chain in Western Canada. His day to day job includes building & modifying website content and integrating social media with digital marketing campaigns & strategies.

Through his part-time business Macht Marketing, Leland focuses on working with small businesses on helping them achieve ROI’s via SEO, CPC\PPC and Website solutions. He is the author of two ebooks, “Face The Book With Your Small Business” and “Socialize Your Small Business”, both short reads that can help the average business owner or manager get their business online and start utilizing social media to drive sales.

Leland’s personal life is all about (in prioritized order), his one-year-old son, his passion for his career, continually learning, social psychology, tattoos and politics. Leland is a proud “new\urban\young” conservative and often gets himself into hefty social media based debates regarding Canada’s politics.
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Blind Pit Bull Stuck Behind Strict B.C. City Bylaw

As Leanne has said "I am a bit of a rule follower." She registered Peanut because the blind dog shows characteristics of a pit bull, and this then subjected her to the bylaw requiring a muzzle in public. But this creates an obvious additional issue for Peanut as she uses her snout and whiskers to help her navigate.
08/18/2015 03:26 EDT
Twitter

Abbotsford Homeless "Declare War" On Local Businesses?

In Abbotsford, a letter allegedly from "The Abbotsford Downtown Homeless Association" was recently delivered to the doors of local businesses. The letter was snapped and posted all over Facebook, sparking huge debates regarding the homeless in the city. Before seeing this post, I had no idea there was so much going on with the homeless in Abbotsford.
12/30/2013 05:12 EST
Youtube

WATCH: BatClaus Saves Christmas

You may watch this video and decide that you want those 3 minutes of your life back. But, if you are like me, you might find it so corny that it is actually hilarious and has you watching it a few times.
12/27/2013 02:36 EST