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Broadband’s Future in Canada

Canada's media monopolies face a different future now that ISPs will be able to offer innovative subscription packages following the recent CRTC...

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London Should Redefine What ‘High Speed’ Means

London (my home town) and other areas should breath a sigh of relief now that the high-speed rail initiative has been deemed uneconomic. Read more to find out...

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Zenith Optimedia Ad Spend Data

Ad spend will continue to increase, at least as far as a new survey from Zenith Optimedia is...

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Rogers launches propaghanda campaign

Rogers Communications has launched a propaghanda campaign designed to encourage Canadians to tell elected officials to not do anything productive with the wireless spectrum and to let Rogers sit on...

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Funny Facebook Figures

Optimization for the Client or for Facebook? I’m working on a campaign for a client and recently prepared some reports on the level of activity. As I reviewed the stats,...

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Google +1 vs Facebook Like

How are users finding you and sharing your site with other friends and...

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SHOME Swim and Google Non-Profit Program

I’ve finally incorporated the “SHOME Swim Challenge” with the Government of Ontario as a non-profit and I’ve started to set up the next steps with respect to promotion and structure...

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Facebook Frustrating Users, Faciliating Facial Factoids

Is Facebook limiting user's access in order to collect data about other users? Please post your comments with this article, as I'd like to...

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The Mobile Movement

Google research identifies a number of results with respect to mobile usage and user...

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How ‘Free’ Is Google’s Free AdWords Consulting Service?

Is Google's new starter program helping clients stay in it for the long-term or is it setting a bad precedent for over-management of campaigns? In this article, I do...

 
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