Tag: Canada

20
Feb

How to Create an Effective E-Newsletter Campaign

E-newsletters are a great way to keep clients and prospective clients informed about your business and the products or services it offers. If you’re going to embark on an e-newsletter campaign, you will, of course, want it to be effective. The first step toward an effective e-newsletter campaign is identifying your target audience. What kind…

15
Feb

Canadians’ Right to Privacy Comes Under Attack

Canada has definitely been hanging around the US too long. The nation’s Conservative government has a new bill insidiously called the Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act that would allow authorities to monitor the telephone and Internet habits of all Canadian citizens. The US Patriot Act justifies using things like roving wiretaps, to which President…

14
Feb

How Do You Show Your Clients You Love Them on Valentine’s Day?

When people think of Valentine’s Day, they usually think about romance and love. Flowers and candy and sentimental greeting cards sell like crazy at this time of the year. Parents help their children stuff envelopes with cheerful little valentine greetings to give to their classmates at school. But romantic love and familial love aren’t the…

2
Feb

The Groundhog Says? …

There they stand, every Feb. 2, those very important men in their top hats and fine coats, waiting for a fat little rodent to emerge from his home and make a prediction. As the legend goes, if the groundhog comes out of his burrow on a sunny day, he’ll see his shadow and run back…

1
Feb

Microsoft and Research In Motion Partner Up To Help Business

The world is becoming more mobile, and more people are using their smart phones to do business. Smart phones are lighter and easier to carry than laptops or tablets. People already use them to send emails, update their Facebook statuses and post tweets. So, Research in Motion’s (RIM) introduction of the BlackBerry Business Cloud Services…

23
Dec

Happy Holidays

The phrase Happy Holidays means different things to people around the world. To many across Canada, it means Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. This meaningful phrase is said to friends, neighbours, colleagues, strangers, businesspeople and family and is often used starting around the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States all the way through Hanukkah (Dec. 20-28), …

20
Dec

Google Changes Up Search with Instant Preview

It’s a well-known fact that technology changes with time. And so do the habits of users/searchers. What we’re getting to is the recently introduced Instant Preview – a new search feature by Google that’s bound to bring some changes in search behavior. This feature lets users see a preview of the site without clicking on…

15
Dec

The iPad Question: Buy iPad 2, Wait for iPad 3 or Hold Out for an iPad 4?

Ever see the commercial where a man goes out and buys version 3 of a computer, and by the time he gets home with his “latest, greatest” piece of machinery, he sees a delivery truck driver handing version 4 to one of his neighbours. That seems to be what’s going on with the iPad. No…

12
Dec

Toronto: One of the World’s Most Livable Cities

Toronto boasts many reasons for being one of the world’s most livable cities.  The culture tapestry of the city and the high caliber of entertainment venues and sporting events are second to none.  Diversity of culture and people is exemplified in the number of neighborhoods that populate the city. Culture Toronto is home to more than 100 languages and dialects,

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12
Dec

Job Hunting Using Social Media

Landing a job is getting harder by the day, thanks to the economy that doesn’t seem to be getting any better. Add break neck competition to it and you’ve got a situation which even a college degree and years of experience cannot deal with. However, even though things are looking pretty bleak enploymentwise, people have…

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