ComScore has released it’s 2013 Digital Future in Focus statistics, including social media use in Canada by citizens and businesses. It’s packed with useful information for Canadians marketing online. We’re covering it in segments over the next week, enhanced by tips and guidance for how to utilize this information in 2013. This series begins with […]
If you’re marketing to Canadian Moms, the social Web is where you should be, according to the “Canadian Digital Mom 2012 Report” published this month by Mom Central Consulting. The survey indicates the most popular activity for online Canadian Moms is social networking and related online activities.
Eventbrite is a very popular global event management portal with which you can create, share, and join any event. You can create an organizer profile, offer tickets (free, sale or donation), and even design an affiliate program for your specific event. They offer a free trial if you’d like to give it a whirl.
Affiliate marketers and ezine publishers have been using URL shortening tools for more than a decade. They can cloak affiliate links to prevent commission hijacking or affiliate bypassing. Shortened URL’s also prevent broken links in e-mail from line character limits. With the advent of character-limited social media, they’ve taken on a new role of lowering […]
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 […]
The latest Twitter study from Semiocast indicates that the social media network reached half a billion accounts last month, lead by the US. Japan remains one of the most active countries, although growth has slowed.