Darian Kovacs

Darian runs Vancouver SEO agency Jelly Digital Marketing & PR in Fort Langley, where lives with his wife and four kids. He is co-host of Amazon’s hit show Marketing Jam and loves swimming, drawing and gardening in his free time.

Recent Posts on BCBusiness

Jul 30, 2020
7 B.C.-based vodka soda brands to check out this long weekend

It’s the peak of summer, the sun is hot, and we’re chasing the most refreshing vodka soda of the season. I know what you’re thinking—with so many ready-to-drink options to choose from, finding the perfect one is a daunting task.

Jul 24, 2020
9 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Tourism aid, helping farmers get paid and much more

After taking some time off last week, we’re back with a fresh round of B.C. businesses and other good citizens making an effort to support their community. Despite a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases, the province appears to be heading...

Jul 10, 2020
6 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Domain deeds and survivor stories

As another week passes during these strange times, we’re reminded of the various ways that local businesses have come together to assist one another. Whether it be donating to the causes that need it most or coming together to create...

Jul 3, 2020
8 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Hand sanitizer for all, pay-what-you-can meals and much more

Entering a new month and a new phase of COVID-19 precautions, B.C. businesses keep finding ways to support each another. The decline in new cases means that companies are starting to reopen their doors and reconnect with customers. Despite that positive change, many are working at reduced capacity and with limited staff. With that in mind, we mustn’t forget to support local businesses and those who work tirelessly on the front lines. Know an organization that’s doing good in...

Jun 26, 2020
10 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Donations for clicks, Terry Fox kicks and much more

As life begins to settle into a new normal and we visit our much-missed friends and family, many businesses can breathe a collective sigh of relief. With B.C. slowly but surely moving toward Phase 3 of reopening, we’re looking forward to better times. In the light of recent events, we’re expanding this weekly column beyond COVID-19 to recognize those who are working to benefit our community in any way, whether it’s supporting the Black Lives Matter movement or funding cancer...

Jun 19, 2020
12 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Free fitness credits, an anti-corona collective and much more

As B.C. prepares to enter Phase 3 of reopening the province, we’re reminded that many businesses and individuals are still struggling as a result of COVID-19. Although the health of our province is changing for the better, communities are struggling...

Jun 12, 2020
11 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Free Little Black Bags, John Horgan at your grad and much more

The past few months have been an eye-opening experience for people, companies and industries. Despite the harm done by COVID-19, it’s inspiring to see businesses come together to support each other. As B.C. takes steps to recover from the pandemic, we’re grateful to everyone who has supported our health-care professionals, food banks, small businesses and vulnerable individuals along the way. And as always, a big thank-you to the front-line and essential services workers who continue to keep our province running...

May 29, 2020
14 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Herschel masks, Christian tasks and much more

As we get ready to kick off a new month, many B.C. businesses are slowly starting to reopen. Amid this cautious optimism, we must keep supporting each other until we all find a way to navigate this new reality. Thank you to all those who have been working the front lines and keeping the community running by providing essential services. We’re also grateful to everyone who has submitted their stories over the past few weeks and to all of those...

May 22, 2020
12 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Connecting seniors, free fish dinners and much more

As we enter phase two of the pandemic in B.C., there are signs that something resembling our old way of life might start to return. Although there will be safeguards in place for the foreseeable future, knowing we’re on the path to fewer restrictions helps take the edge off. Despite these improvements, supporting small businesses, nonprofits and our communities remains the best way to move forward...

May 15, 2020
16 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Aritzia giveaways, help finding takeaway and much more

Has it really been more than two months since this COVID thing went down? As the lockdown drags on, many of us continue to practise social distancing, anxiously awaiting the return of normalcy to our lives. Although it looks like positive changes may be coming with the provincial government’s plan to reopen B.C., it’s more important than ever to keep supporting our communities, businesses and essential workers. Whether it’s a local grocery store or charity, every bit of support helps...

May 10, 2020
18 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Pivot support, gin for a good cause and much more

The first week of May has come and gone, bringing us closer to the potential reduction of social distancing measures. As businesses weigh the decision to reopen, we can start to look for ways to recover from the destruction caused by COVID-19. No matter what lies ahead, let’s keep supporting each...

May 1, 2020
15 B.C. businesses and others doing good during COVID-19: Free hotel rooms, car-share zooms and much more

Heading into May, many of us are cautiously optimistic that social distancing has slowed the spread of COVID-19 across B.C. Although we still have a long way to go before life returns to normal, we can take comfort in knowing that our efforts haven’t been in vain. As we keep working together...

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