Google’s New Canadian ‘Think Insights’ for Businesses and Marketers ©

Google recently launched a Canadian version of its Think Insights portal for digital marketers and businesses in this country.  The concept is built around targeted market insights, organization and inspiration.  The portal compiles research, data, information, case studies, interviews, news, and tools for Canadian businesses and marketers.  The US version has been around since 2011 […]

Economical Hiring – A Marketing Assistant Can Manage Your Online Presence ©

Statistics show Canadian small and micro businesses are missing out on lucrative online opportunities to grow their business.  From eCommerce to blogging and social media, many small business owners, the self-employed, sales professionals, authors, etc., are simply not equipped to go there.  They’re often not in the position to hire someone with a degree, yet […]

Most Anticipated Internet Business Book Releases: 2nd half of 2013

In January, we brought you The Most anticipated Internet Business Book Releases of 2013 for the first half of the year. The post includes instructions for searching Amazon for upcoming releases to pre-order, allowing us to get our hands on the latest information before it becomes obsolete. Knowing what’s coming also allows us to select […]

Canadian Business Technology, Internet and eCommerce Statistics ©

Canadian Business Technology, Internet and eCommerce Statistics ©

Statistics Canada has released its Digital Technology and Internet Use statistics for 2012.  This is the first update of similar statistical data since 2007. The statistics are based on a sample of approximately 17,000 private Canadian enterprises of all sizes. The survey classifies business size as small (0-19 employees), medium (20-99 employees) and large (100+ […]

Canadian Book / eBook Sales Statistics ©

Selling eBooks and other electronic publications can be a lucrative online business in itself, or as part of a niche business. Virtually everyone has advanced expertise in something and often a business can be built around that knowledge. Blogs provide the perfect foundation for niche publications, but there’s also potential for them in niche retail. […]

Save Hundreds in Business Expenses with this Credit Card Strategy ©

Canadian small or home-based businesses can utilize their personal credit card rewards (points, cash-back, etc.) to offset many common business expenses. The concept isn’t new, but the ability to strategically plan it is. We’ve discovered a new, free tool that makes it simple for Canadians to compare credit card reward programs and find the most […]

Best Alternatives to Google Affiliate Network for Canadians ©

Canadian merchants (advertisers) and affiliate publishers will be left with one less option when Google Affiliate Network closes on July 31, 2013.  It’s not the heartbreak the Internet is making it out to be, considering the number of options available.  The choices can be overwhelming, however, so we’ve decided to share our  top affiliate network […]

Help for the 54% of Canadian Small Businesses Without a Website (Statistics) ©

I can’t say I’m surprised, but I’m still shocked at the results of RBC’s 2013 survey of Canadian small businesses. Only 46% of those surveyed have a website, and 48% of those websites aren’t equipped for eCommerce. It’s statistics like these that motivated us to develop this website. It’s clear that Canadian businesses need a […]

Internet and Tech Companies Top List of Canada’s Most Influential Brands (Statistics)

Results of an Ipsos Reid / Institute of Communication Agency poll indicates Canadians are heavily influenced by Internet and Tech companies.  Five of their top 10 choices fell into these categories, including the top four.  That’s fabulous news for existing Canadian web-based businesses and future ‘netpreneurs’.

Monday Motivation: Make Money While You Sleep (With Digi-poster)

If there is one claim that has perpetuated through my many years in online business, it’s the “make money while you sleep” claim.  It’s true that I make money while I sleep, but it didn’t happen overnight (so to speak) and I still work hard for that money.