No matter what marketing benchmark data you look at, “content” always plays a leading part in a successful digital marketing strategy.
The value of content marketing for both Business to Business (B2B) and Business to Consumer (B2C) companies has been proven to a point of universal acceptance, yet it is still underutilized in Canadian eCommerce. Using content to its fullest extent and developing a working strategy is even more rare. The holiday season offers plenty of […]
One of the most important reasons Canadian businesses choose WordPress for their domain blog, is the many choices of quality plugins. Plugins can add a vast array of features to your blog, including those that facilitate monetization and overall business success. While there are many free WordPress plugins, it’s important to choose the ones you […]
There isn’t a site online that couldn’t use a little dusting off and reorganization. Spring is a wonderful time to have a close look at yours and do some cleaning. You can start by visiting your website like you would if it belonged to someone else. Better yet, have a friend or two visit and […]
In the new year, most of us are focused on goals. Sometimes it’s good to look back, however, especially if you learn something that will help you in the future. That certainly holds true for making money online, but you don’t have to limit yourself to your own past to benefit from a walk down […]
Affiliate marketing is one of the oldest ways of making money online in Canada and it can be very lucrative if you focus on the right programs. Merchants may have an in-house affiliate program or join networks like Share-A-Sale, where thousands of website owners may partner up with them for a percentage of sales they […]
Online shopping for Halloween is expected to grow in Canada for 2015, if last year’s statistical trends are anything to go by. We spent more than 380 million dollars on candy alone, according to Statistics Canada. You still have time to lure people to your website as consumers become nervous about US shipments arriving too […]
A 2015 Ipsos / Readers Digest poll surveyed Canadians about the most trusted professions. Canadians gave bloggers 3.2 out of 5 on the trust scale. Traditional journalists were given 4.2. The fact that none of us should trust everything we read online almost certainly impacted this number. If Canadians were asked how much they trust […]
Canadian marketers and entrepreneurs embraced affiliate marketing for a number of reasons in 2014. Some are primarily affiliate marketers who use a wide variety of techniques to earn by selling other businesses’ products or services. Others are bloggers who are trying to monetize their blog through affiliate commissions. Those who develop info products (online courses, […]
The 2014 Affiliate and Advertiser Research Report (Global Affiliate Version) conducted by Affiliate Benchmarks has revealed some interesting details. A respectable sample size of 7,339 respondents had their survey answers included in the report. 45% of respondents were from outside the United States (including Canada).