Why should I buy your product or service? A consumer’s perceived answer to that question is your value proposition. It conveys your product’s unique value and ideally presents it as more desirable than any competitor’s product or service. The ultimate goal, of course, is increased sales conversions.
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They are always outdated, but statistics show the vast, wide open market that Canada offers to online businesses. They demonstrate trends and growth, while providing some road signs to direct us down the right marketing route. We anticipate new Canadian statistics for 2011 to be released in the Fall of 2012, with numbers expected to […]
Canadian businesses can learn a lot from Fortune Global 100 companies about how to use social media and online discussion to promote their brand and engage consumers. Marketers can also watch and learn from Canada’s top public companies that have a strong social media presence. Following is a list of the known social networks that […]
Someone once said that trying to figure out the ROI (Return on Investment) of social media is like trying to figure out the ROI of the telephone. We know it works for Canadian businesses and there are options suitable for any budget, so we don’t believe there’s any great need to put a number on […]
There has never been a better time to do business online in Canada or to target the online Canadian market. According to ComScore’s 2012 statistics, Canadians over the age of 15 continue to lead the world in Internet usage, coming in first place of 11 countries (including the US & China). They spend an average […]