It can be frustrating and time consuming to find wholesale product suppliers for your business in Canada, particularly in specialty niches. Whether you’re sourcing supplies to make your own products or stocking your virtual shelves, finding the right supplier is usually a long and involved process. Many factors are involved in the decision, from quality […]
As online businesses become aware of their legal responsibilities in regards to privacy, we’ve received more and more questions about Data Sovereignty. Following are the most frequently asked questions to date.
Recent events have taught us how important it is to have diverse sources of revenue, and a marketing strategy that’s able to pivot with a moment’s notice. Most obvious is the need to use the internet for sales & marketing, but online opportunities go well beyond that. One of those opportunities comes with self-published information […]
You can find digital marketing definitions for most online business terms with a quick search. The toughest part about finding definitions that are specific to affiliate marketing, is the same words can have different meanings depending on what you’re talking about. This glossary will ensure beginners have the right definitions from an affiliate marketer’s perspective.
Instagram‘s billion+ users (well over 15 million in Canada) are proving to be a marketing asset for businesses big and small. With the highest engagement rate of all major social networks, brands need to effectively and efficiently reach users with the best Instagram tools for businesses.
The online income opportunity to get paid for taking surveys in Canada has greatly improved since I first started working online in the 90’s. Back then, only a handful of companies paid people to take surveys and few accepted applicants from this country. As Canadian businesses embrace the power of the Internet, and international businesses […]
When Canadian entrepreneurs go looking for information or inspiration on YouTube, most of what they find has been produced in other countries. When they do find Canadian content on the network, it’s often severely limited or outdated.
Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and a wealth of other social networks facilitate image sharing. Some of the most commonly-shared images are digital posters or ‘memes’, which are basically text added to a photo or other background. Networks like Facebook now facilitate animated gifs that you can customize for your business as well. Shareable images may […]
Aspiring and existing online entrepreneurs need reliable sources of information regarding local business programs, funding, licensing, learning, mentorship, and more for the Canadian province they’re doing business in. Official gateways and non-profit programs provide a starting point for this information.
We all like to think our website content and blog posts are riveting enough to keep visitors coming back for more. If you’re doing your job right, that may be working for you to a certain extent. However, since websites and blogs are built around niches, there is significant potential to addict people to your […]