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How a BBC Interview Turned into a Viral Video

You can spend years building an (online) reputation and it can all be destroyed in the blink of an eye. Or, you can become larger than life. Do you think we are exaggerating? Let me refresh your memory with a recent interview by the BBC that went viral.

Professor Robert E. Kelly, East Asia expert, was […]

April 7th, 2017|Digital Marketing, Reputation Management|

5 Yelp Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

Our digital marketing agency in Toronto which specializes in online reputation management has come up with 5 tips to help you successfully promote your small business on Yelp.

If you are a small business owner who markets products and services to consumers rather than businesses, then you really should consider registering an account with Yelp.

It’s one […]

March 10th, 2017|Reputation Management, Social Media Marketing, Yelp|

Social Media Release – Facebook’s Express Wifi

Facebook never gives up! Even after the government of India tried to ban Facebook’s Free Basics  program, the most popular social media platform didn’t change its mind. They simply changed their strategy. The purpose of Facebook’s Free Basics program in India was to offer customers unlimited access to internet services. The Indian government felt this […]

March 2nd, 2017|Digital Media Marketing, Facebook, Social Media|

5 Ways To Upgrade Your SEO Back Linking Strategy

Before April 2012, one could easily buy their rankings way up to the first page of Google. All you had to do was find the right websites and directories that would be willing to back link to your site. Well, that time is long gone. The Google Penguin Spam Filter is now part of Google’s […]

How Social Media and the Ice Bucket Challenge Contributed to a Breakthrough in ALS Research

Many of us remember the summer of 2014 as the summer of the Ice Bucket Challenge; an enormously effective social media marketing campaign created to raise money and awareness for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).
Our social media feeds were flooded with friends and celebrities drenched in ice cold water. The public embraced the idea of making […]

The Top 5 Tech Innovations You Will See In The (Near) Future

Our Digital Marketing Company in Toronto has compiled a list of the 5 most popular tech gadgets according to social media.
Today’s top tech gadgets gain popularity faster in the digital age due to the power of social media marketing. It would take a lot longer 10 years ago with traditional marketing and Word of Mouth […]

5 Tips to Improve Your LinkedIn Brand Presence in 2017

LinkedIn can be a practical tool for any business to grow their network and build brand recognition. As with any other social network, LinkedIn requires inimitable ways to become successful. Our social media marketing agency in Toronto has compiled 5 simple tips that will positively impact your LinkedIn brand presence in 2017.
1. Use your page […]

Top Keyword Research Tools for SEO: 2016 Edition

Keyword research is at the core of digital marketing. Whether it is used for SEO, PPC (Google Adwords), or content marketing, you cannot succeed in any initiatives without doing the proper keyword research first. If you are not bidding on or using the right keywords, you are not serving the right content to the right […]

December 6th, 2016|Search Engine Optimization|

How Social Media Marketing Has Influenced the 2016 U.S. Elections

Trumps’ way of rephrasing things has generated enormous exposure. His entire campaign is built around controversy; something that suits social media. Content that is likely to be shared. Where Trump has over 12 million followers on Twitter, Hillary Clinton only has a ‘mere’ 9.3 million. The question is; does this mean Trump has an advantage […]

November 18th, 2016|Social Media Marketing|

How Social Media Turned A Royal Family Meet And Greet Into A Twitter ‘Roast’

Premier Clark’s son Hamish’s reputation blooper would have gone unnoticed 20 years ago.

It’s not every day you meet the British Royal family and it’s not hard to imagine someone being nervous. That’s exactly what happened to the British Columbia’s Premier Christy Clark’s 16-year-old son, Hamish. What was supposed to be an airport meet and greet […]

November 18th, 2016|Reputation Management|