All posts tagged "The Net"
Are Your Customers Frozen? Let It Go!
The competition is fierce out there. By Mitch Joel. The battle for the consumer continues to intensify. Brands used to battle with their competitors for the direct relationship, but something new is happening. While I discuss it in...
- Posted August 18, 2014
Is Digital Democratic?
There are a lot of assumptions of the inherent democratic nature of the internet. Mostly because of the way it started and because of the old media’s fascination with the idea of something … anything … going...
- Posted July 20, 2014
Should Canadian Courts Decide What the World Gets to See Online?
By Michael Geist. The challenge of jurisdiction and the Internet has long been one of the most contentious online legal issues. Given that the Internet has little regard for conventional borders, the question of whose law applies,...
- Posted July 7, 2014
Top 5 Mistakes To Avoid When Going Social
The Top 5 Mistakes Businesses Make When Going Social And How to Avoid Them! By Katt Stearns. Social media marketing can be a powerful tool to help any business grow their sales, increase brand exposure and build...
- Posted June 26, 2014
The Only Screen That Matters
By Mitch Joel. The only screen that matters is the screen that is in front of me. Welcome to the one screen world. We used to talk about three screens (TV, computers and mobile), but we’re closing in on...
- Posted June 26, 2014
Top 10 Incredibly Useful Windows Programs to Have On Hand
Every now and then we pull a post from one of the sites our readers have listed in our list of favourite websites – Our Favs - and republish it here. Lifehacker has some terribly useful posts...
- Posted June 24, 2014
Anti-Spam Law Heavier On Small Business
Submitted. As the federal government takes aim at big cyber pests with its new anti-spam legislation, in effect on July 1, it is likely the small players who will feel the impact of the crackdown most. Businesses...
- Posted June 19, 2014
New Twitter Page @AbbotsfordPoli
A new Twitter page devoted to politics in Abbotsford has been created. @AbbotsfordPoli was created Tuesday and is filling up with posts related to Abbotsford politics, rumours and reports, news and information which will be interest to...
- Posted June 11, 2014
Why Has Canadian Government Given Up Protecting Our Privacy?
By Michael Geist. In recent years, it has become fashionable to argue that Canadians no longer care about their privacy. Supporters of this position note that millions of people voluntarily post personal information and photos about themselves...
- Posted June 5, 2014
Harrison Mills Launches Tourism Website
The community of Harrison Mills has launched a new destination brand strategy and website to differentiate the emerging tourist hotspot. When asked what separated Harrison Mills from other communities, local residents and businesses felt that its heritage...
- Posted June 4, 2014