Every day, people share millions of pictures on all sorts of different social media platforms. Sharing visual content is a great way for people to communicate online, but unfortunately present a challenge for the visually impaired. According to the World Health Organization, 285 million people are estimated to be visually impaired. 246 million who have […]
On March 2nd and 3rd DX3 took place again at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. DX3 is Canada’s largest digital marketing, digital advertising and digital retail conference and trade show. The convention brings together agencies, publishers, brands and retailers for two days of networking and education. From robots that can recognize emotions to VICE releasing […]
If you performed a desktop Google search this week, you would have noticed a significant change to how results are displayed.
As of Friday, February 19, 2016, Google will no longer show text ads in the right sidebar. In their place, there will only be 3 text ads showing above the organic listings and 3 ads […]
In July 2010, we compared Google to the Wild West in our post “The Wild West and Google Places (Local Business Listings) – Google’s Sheriffs Are on Patrol”. In our article, we underlined Google Places as the “wild west” of online marketing because at that time there did not appear to be any concrete rules […]
Online Marketers erroneously believe that Reddit is a social bookmaking site and could be used for link building purposes to help speed up SEO efforts. These practices will more than probably result in you getting banned or filtered by “spam filters” and should be stopped immediately.
As we mentioned in our previous article, A New SEO […]