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Connect with travellers in real timeDigital transforms global travel planning Today’s travellers can dream, plan, book and share their travel experiences using devices like smartphones and iPads, anywhere, anytime. “Change and evolving technology is just a part of doing business these days,” said Todd Lucier of Northern Edge Algonquin, an eco-lodge in Algonquin Park. “Our [...]

Blog moved into the Google servers

The move to Google’s storage for blog content is not what is best for me. However it is what is best for Google. The choice is to comply or leave. In this case, I will comply. Since I don’t use any of their Google toys, I don’t see the benefit. Maybe I will make the [...]

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Boomers Mix TV with Their PCs – eMarketer

Boomers Mix TV with Their PCs – eMarketerMy friend DS was telling me yesterday that the first thing he and his wife do when then get home after work, is pet the cat, and then open their laptops. They check their e-mail and surf the web. They put the TV on as background noise.In our [...]

You’ve got to be boisterous to get results

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has built a reality-television empire with his abrasive style, ready arsenal of barbed insults and propensity for four-letter words. It all adds up to great television. But in the case of Kitchen Nightmares, which focuses on Ramsay’s attempts to save failing restaurants, the entertainment is also packed with entrepreneurial insight. “I [...]

Not Bloggin Enough

Clearly I’m not blogging enough. You know what they say? “The Shoemaker’s children have not shoes and the Web Developer has no blog posts”. Must be the seven jobs I’m working on. Sorry for the delay everyone! Today I wanted to remind you to make sure you are backing up your hard drives and using [...]

At the start of my presentation last week to the delegates of the OAAS, I mentioned some marketing publisher sources. These are great resources for information about marketing in the web industry. Here are a few of the web marketing and technology sites that I visit on a daily basis. I find them useful, hopefully [...]

‘Do It Yourself’ part of your website

I presented a seminar topic on web content to delegates of the annual OAAS convention last Friday. Posted here is a copy of the PowerPoint. (which I will apologize for as it is a little dry). Content can be the ‘Do It Yourself’ part of your website. Unlike the other aspects where hiring a professional [...]

Cost cutting measures are being considered all throughout any business that is looking to pull through these economic times. Some might be looking at IT as a place to cut costs, but if your critical communications tools like email and telephony, aren’t reliable and interrupt your operations, the results can dramatically damage your financial outlook! [...]

Final Virus Termination

It appears as though I’ve finally removed the holiday virus from my PC. This post doesn’t have much to do with web marketing except that if I didn’t have a working computer, there wouldn’t be much of anything web from me. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is the best removal tool for this type of infection. If you’ve [...]