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A growing number of Canadian businesses are recognizing the importance of having a website, even if they don’t conduct digital transactions. Having an online presence provides information and reassurance to consumers in this country and around the world. In fact, six in ten Canadians are more likely to do business with companies who have a […]
Recent events have emphasized the importance of having multiple sources of revenue, but it’s always been a strategy used by the most profitable online businesses. Some revenue models have become so diverse, they can be customized for most online businesses in any niche.
Opening your website to the public will be one of the most nerve-wracking steps you’ll take, as you launch your business online. It’s easy to forget something critical, especially if the world of online business is new to you or if you’re doing most of the website work yourself. Even if your website is being […]
You require two services to publish a website on the internet: domain registration (through a registrar) and website hosting (the company that stores your website data and makes it available to the public). You can get both through the website host you choose, or might even be able to register your domain free of charge […]
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 […]
Brands are looking for influencers and micro-influencers, from bloggers to Instagram and YouTube stars. The demand (and budget) for influencer marketing grows every year, and it’s already a multi-billion dollar industry.
An increasing number of Canadians are turning to online business as an income option while they’re unemployed, or to supplement a lower-paying job until they find a better one. Many do well enough to never go back to a conventional workplace.
There is something about any “members only” scenario that instantly intrigues people. They’re lured by the idea of something superior or exclusive and being a part of an elite community. That desire can pull people back to your website time and time again.
As Canadian entrepreneurs embrace third-party product fulfillment, drop shipping and print-on-demand (POD), the call for domestic fulfillment options has grown louder. Similar to the classic drop shipping model, print-on-demand means that wholesale items are made-to-order at the request of an online merchant, and then delivered directly to their customer.