Kimron Corion Digital
Social Media and Storytelling
I Help Brands Connect With Their Desired Audiences Online Through The Strategic use of Social Media and Storytelling To Build Meaningful Relationship and Ultimately Sell Stuff.
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How Grenadian Kim Thomas Is Making The Shift from Registered Nurse to Toronto’s Event Planner

My name is Kim Thomas. I am Grenadian; I immigrated to Canada 27 years ago to live with my mother. I grew up with my grandmother because my mom had left us with her to come to Canada to work so that we would have a better life. It was a bitter-sweet day when I left Grenada, though excited to see “the big world” as it was commonly referred to, I was very sad to leave my home.

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The Three Important Lessons I have Learned In My Life’s Journey From Grenada To Mexico To Canada

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As I look back on my life, I realized that at each stage I had some unique encounters that when put together with how I was able to come over helped shaped me into the person I am today. Today I want to share with you three of the most important lessons I learned in the last few years.

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Caribbean Social Media Storytelling

Three Reasons Why People Are Sharing Scholar Pum Pum Song And The Vagina Song

If you are Grenadian and have a Facebook account or WhatsApp on your phone, by now, you would have come across one of two songs or both. One a song by King Scholar called Pum Pum with the punch line being “Seethahall, he don’t like pum pum at all.” The second song, by a young soca artist, is called Vagina and the punch line is “Vagina me love, vagina me crave”.

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10 Commandments of Entrepreneurship for Caribbean Entrepreneurs

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Entrepreneurs are people who make a difference in the world by converting visions into reality and creating products and services used by the general population. There are many problems being faced in the Caribbean today that can be easily solved if a culture of entrepreneurship is to be developed and more entrepreneurs are created. While not everyone will become an entrepreneur, the Caribbean will be better off if there were more of them. Here are 10 commandments of entrepreneurship for Caribbean Entrepreneurs.

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Four Reason Why Black Parents Should Limit or Monitor Their Kids Social Media Use

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I know what you are thinking, the guy who does Social media for a living is telling us to keep our kids off social media. Well, the truth is I don’t want them off social media, or I will be out of a job. But there are some things you need to know where social media is concerned and it’s my job to keep it 100 with you. So here’s why you need to limit or monitor your kid’s social media use

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Caribbean Life Social Media

5 Things Caribbean People Should Know Before Migrating To The US and Canada

5 Things Caribbean People Should Know Before Migrating To The US and Canada

Ok, I get it, when our family and friends migrate they tend to make the countries they migrate to looks like heaven. And mind you, I am not saying they are wrong, for me I know Canada is pretty awesome. I think there are some things Caribbean People should know before migrating.

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Caribbean Life

5 Things Caribbean Parents Need To Stop Doing Now (Do Parents Still Do Number 5?)

I woke up this morning reminiscing about a conversation I had with a friend. We were talking about how some of the young people we used to mentor back in the day were succumbing to lousy advice regarding professional development. That got me sad 1- because I know the potential of these kids 2- In many cases it was because of parents. So I decided to put this piece together, Caribbean parents stop doing this immediately.

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Caribbean Life Storytelling

12 Things Caribbean Men Don’t Hear Often Enough

Yesterday I received news that someone I knew very well died, a young man admired by the community as was seen with the outpouring of support on Facebook. The news shocked me, I saw people sharing messages of love and support, and that got me thinking. There are some things our Caribbean men don’t hear often enough and while on the train today, I made a list of them and decided to share with you.

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You Suck At Social Media And This Is why

Why you suck at social media

Here’s some brutal honesty for you, you will never succeed on social media if you do not respect social media. No one is forcing you to be on Social Media. I do think that as an Entrepreneur you should be, but no one is forcing you so if you will not respect social media and make the necessary investment it will not work for you.

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4 Main Platforms You Need To Be On If You Want To Target Caribbean People

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I have always felt that Caribbean entrepreneurs weren’t making enough use of Social Media, I have written some articles about how they can take full advantage of the many opportunities social media offers for their businesses but always felt like I can do more.

When I was wrapping up my masters a couple of months ago, I had to conduct a research study; I looked at how storytelling and social media intersected In the nonprofit sector. That research got me interested in social media research in general. When a few of my entrepreneur’s friends from the Caribbean started asking me which social media platforms they should be on and what are the best practices for these I decided to conduct a mini research to find out.

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