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FEATURED ARTICLE — August 26th, 2016

How Cloud Computing Can Boost SEO

Cloud computing is still in its infancy stage, despite the service having been around for quite some time. Not much is known about the platform and there are no clear set rules on how to optimize your business with this service. Even so, it is important to note that cloud computing can help immensely with search engine optimization. Cloud hosting can help even more.

Just recently, cloud hosting has made it to the list of SEO tips you need to succeed online. If you are wondering how this service can optimize your website for search, there are two crucial points you need to understand about the importance of cloud hosting.

1. Improved Page Load Speed

Search engines and, more specifically, Google, have included a website’s load speed to its search algorithm. Although this
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WhatsApp to Share User Info With Facebook

WhatsApp will soon be sharing user data with its parent company, Facebook. The change comes as the social network revamps its privacy policy to enable businesses to communicate directly with users of the platform. “People use our app every day to keep… Read More
Amazon Vehicles

Amazon Debuts Hub to Help Users Buy Right Vehicle

Amazon has debuted a community platform to aid car shoppers in the research and comparison of vehicles. Dubbed Amazon Vehicles, the new hub is described as a “car research destination and automotive community” that offers up information on vehicles,… Read More

Google Adds a Little Fun to Search

Have some spare time? Google Search can help you out. Simply type solitaire or tic-tac-toe in and a playable game will pop up. Both games are available on desktop and in the Google app. “It’s been said solitaire’s roots are in fortune telling. If… Read More

Technology News

Windows 10

Businesses Slow to Adopt Windows 10: Study

Windows 10 may be growing in popularity with the average user, but North American businesses are not feeling the love for Microsoft’s most recent operating system. A study from IT services firm Softchoice has revealed that only 0.75 percent of the… Read More

Prisma Now Available Without Internet Connection

Prisma has enjoyed wild success since the free art app launched in June — and a recent update is sure to increase its popularity. The iOS and Android app that turns ordinary photographs into art is now available in offline mode, meaning you no longer… Read More
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Viasat’s Tom Moore Named New Project Loon Chief

Google’s Project Loon has a new leader. Viasat executive Tom Moore will come on board as Project Loon’s new general manager as of mid-September. He will be replacing Mike Cassidy who has headed up the project for the past four-and-a-half years. Cassidy… Read More

SEO News

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How to Rank Higher in Local Search Results

For any small business, appearing in a local search is crucial to bringing new business through your doors. While word-of-mouth is enough to stir up some new business, it isn’t nearly the same as what a Google recommendation could do for you. But many… Read More

Breathe New Life Into Old Content for SEO Boost

“Content marketing is a commitment, not a campaign.” — Jon Buscall, CEO of Moondog Marketing & Media Content is a foundational cornerstone to SEO. No matter how many SEO tools, tricks and best practices you leverage, you won’t attain significant… Read More

Effective Ways to Relate Content Marketing and SEO

Content marketing is a huge part of SEO so you will discover that it touches almost every aspect of your SEO strategy to some extent. If you understand the relationship between SEO and content marketing, you will be able to use efficient ways to relate… Read More

Social Media News

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Apple Creating iOS App to Push Social Agenda

Apple is reportedly building a video sharing and editing application as the company looks for a foothold in the world of social media. According to Bloomberg, Apple is in the process of testing an app that enables iPhone and iPad users to record video… Read More

Video is King, But for How Long?

Video content is booming. Facebook certainly seems to be mesmerized by the opportunities such content holds, and it has focused its efforts on exploring video’s benefits. Consequently, the social media platform was recently invaded by live videos and… Read More
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Facebook Labelling You as Liberal, Moderate or Conservative

If you live in the U.S., it is likely Facebook has you classified as a liberal, moderate or a conservative. According to a report from The New York Times, Facebook is classifying the accounts of many of its U.S. members, even those who do not participate… Read More


Business & Marketing News


What Yogi-isms Can Teach You About Marketing

It never ceases to amaze me how often business people use oxymoronic statements as part of their marketing philosophy. We often accept this kind of language as normal speech. Take for example “least effort most gained.” Courtesy of Actually,… Read More

Become a Thought Leader for Online Success

In a sea of millions of popular and interesting blogs, how can you possibly make a name for yourself if you’re an online marketer trying to promote your blog. Enter thought leadership. I absolutely love this concept. Neil Patel explained it well on… Read More
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5 Secrets to Creating a Business That Has Longevity

This weekend Daniel and I were invited to the Abbotsford Airshow as a guest of Chef Michael Dicks of Culinary Touch Catering. He was the official caterer of the 8 Chalets there and served more than 5,000 guests during the three-day event. That’s… Read More

Other News


Productivity Advice from the Best Brands in the World

Getting work done on time is critical to success. Old tactics like pressurizing your employees or increasing work hours just don’t cut it anymore. Employees are not any more productive, nor do they perform any better under pressure. Motivated and empowered… Read More
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Google to Punish Mobile Sites With Intrusive Ads Come January

Google plans to penalize mobile websites that permit pop-ups and other intrusive ads that interfere with user experience. Pages that allow such ads, which are known as interstitials, may be ranked lower in its search results beginning early next year. “Pages… Read More

Pinterest Acquires Save-It-For-Later App Instapaper

Pinterest is continuing its acquisition spree with the purchase of bookmarking app Instapaper. The social media site’s purchase of Instapaper will bring the article-saving application’s technology to Pinterest — likely meaning it will be easier… Read More


Advertisement is courtesy of Smashbox Cosmetics, a brand Modiface is partnering with on another upcoming project.  Smashbox is the only beauty brand born out of a legendary photo studio—Smashbox Studios in L.A.— where major photographers, celebrities and makeup artists converge to create iconic images every day.

New Live-Scan Technology Converts Photos Into Augmented Reality Looks

  Toronto, Canada – August 9, 2016 – ModiFace, the leading provider of augmented reality technology for the beauty industry, is today announcing the availability of a new patented Live-Scan technology which can take a 3D live recording of any… Read More
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Why Is SEO Marketing Important for a Startup?

  Dot Com Infoway, one of the leading digital marketing companies in the world, is organizing a webinar, “Why is SEO marketing important for a startup” on Aug. 24. In this millennium of startups, a great idea alone is not enough to sustain any… Read More
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Saas Labs Launches AdLatch With Mission to Help Online Publishers Reduce Revenue Loss Caused by Visitors Using Adblockers

Saas Labs announces the release of AdLatch, software as a service designed to help publishers reclaim revenue lost to Adblockers and analyze the performance of visitors using these devices. Publishers leverage these insights to identify revenue forfeited… Read More

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