Dan Verhaeghe

Dan Verhaeghe focuses on marketing, mobile, major technology players, entertainment, and new media.

Dan has a dozen years of online experience that dates back to the turn of the millennium where he dominated a now non-existent online RPG game for a couple of years at the age of 15. He would eventually become a Toronto Blue Jays blogger who earned his way into Toronto's CP24 studios six years later.

Meanwhile, Dan pursued a degree in Marketing Management at the University of Guelph while gaining a lot of marketing experience with a wide variety of companies and through his many extra-curriculars. Verhaeghe appreciated the impact of social media while in university and jumped into the mobile media craze.

He would go on to write for SAP's Business2Community, ReelSEO, and others before primarily writing out of Toronto for Techvibes. He just recently ended a 21-month tenure with Mcloughlin, a small marketing company in Toronto.

When he’s not working, you can find Dan watching sports, analyzing popular culture, at the beach, or playing golf.


Articles by Dan Verhaeghe

List.ly Helps Consumers and Businesses Socialize Their Lists
TechStars' Brad Feld Happy to See Toronto's Startup Ecosystem Flourishing
Canadian Youth Worried About Future as Political Leaders Stress Bi-Partisanship
Mobile App Enables Canadians to Research 2,000 Communities by Amenities and Lifestyle
Bridging the Mobile Commerce Gap in Canada with Psychology
Microsoft Dethroned as Most Influential Canadian Brand by Google
Oscar Winning Post-Production Company Framestore Opens Canadian Office
Canadian Startup Reebee Disrupts Local Flyer Distribution with App
The Dark Side of Ecommerce: Rampant Counterfeiting Ravages Canada
Your Favourite Apps Have All Been Hacked: Android's Security Nightmare Continues
Canadian Employers Struggling with Concept of Innovation
New Mobile Apps Improve Local and International Travel Services for Canadians
Television's Future is Now but Canadian Providers Remain Eons Behind
Incubes Unveils Third Batch of Startups, Seeks Fourth Intake
Is Widespread Corruption Harming Innovation in Canada?
Canadian Accelerator Extreme Startups Seeks 2013 Cohort
Young Canadians Now Stream More Online Video Than Watch Television: Report
CineCoup Film Accelerator to Combat Canadian Entertainment Industry Losing Young Adults
Canadian Startup Pinbooster Allows Pinners to Monetize Their Followings on Pinterest
EastLink Offers Canadians TV Content on Computers and Mobile Devices for Free
Innovative Red Bull Playgrounds App Takes Advantage of Canada's Sport-friendly Landscape
Now Canadians Can Control Everything in Their Home with an iPad
FreshPoints is Canada's First Mobile Grocery Rewards Program
Facebook Launches Anti-Cyberbullying Campaign in Canada
Deloitte's 2012 Technology Fast 50: Ontario Dominance and RIM's Surprising Acension
ICA Swoops in with Talent Development Audit to Cure Industries Plagued by High Turnover
Shop.ca's Success Reflects Canada's Newfound Demand for Homegrown E-Commerce
World's First Live Space Streaming Company is Canadian and Expects to Go Public This Fall
Glen Murray is Ontario's Best Choice for Technology and Education
Tumblr's Chris Haseman Offers Advice to Android Developers
Nonprofit Filmmakers Turn to Crowdfunding for Donations and Awareness
How to Market an Android App in Google Play Store
Are You Allowing Advertisers to Track Your Every Move Online?
Windows Phone 8 is in Many Ways Superior to iOS and Android. But Does That Mean it Will Succeed?
Android vs. Apple: Just Who is Catching Up to Who?
Sears Turns Popular Seasonal Mobile App into Year-Round M-Commerce Driver
Canadian Startup Spinzo Believes Businesses Should Never Lose Money from Group Buying Deals
How the Mobile Web and Social Media Drive Online Donations for Nonprofits
Has The Huffington Post Surpassed The Globe and Mail to Become Canada's Third Most Visited News Site?
Artificial Intelligence Will Get Dumber as an Age of Improbability and Surprise Begins
Mobile Meeting Platform Trendr Uses LinkedIn to Connect You to People You Don't Know
Salesforce Banks on All-in-One Social Enterprise Solution. But is it the Right Strategy?
Just How Near is the Future, Anyway?
New Social Network Connects People's Interests Rather Than People
BYOD Adoption Reaches Warp Speed as Tech Companies Attempt to Unify Billions of Devices
By Increasing Worker Productivity, These Canadian Startups are Creating More Time for Innovation
Canada Practically Writes the Book on Innovation. So Why Can't We Execute on Our Expertise?
Future Shop Celebrates 30th Anniversary with Blast from Past
Microsoft Accuses Google of Trying to Kill HTML5 Mobile Video Standardization
Instagram Grows 850% and Tops Twitter in Mobile Users
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