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Emerson Palomo

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27 10, 2014

Social Media Abuzz as Torontonians Head to the Polls

By |2014-10-27T13:04:10-04:00October 27th, 2014|

It’s October 27, 2014 and it’s elections day all across the Greater Toronto Area. People are flocking to the polls to elect their mayors, councilors, and school board trustees. In Toronto, mayoral candidates John Tory, Doug Ford, and Olivia Chow made their final pitches over the weekend and admitted to having a bright outlook for

16 09, 2014

5 Tips for Better Call To Actions (CTA)

By |2014-09-16T15:34:12-04:00September 16th, 2014|

All websites investing in PPC Adwords Campaigns should have at least one clear “call to action” on each main landing page. This can be as simple as a single button to click or as complex as a multi-field form to fill out. Call to Actions (CTA) are important to have because they add focus to

12 06, 2014

Social Media Enhances World Cup Experience

By |2014-06-12T09:52:10-04:00June 12th, 2014|

There’s no denying, soccer fans are some of the most passionate sports fans in the world.  Even in Canada, where people are known for their love of hockey, social media feeds are littering with soccer posts. Soccer fans post 1.4 times more photos, 1.5 times more videos, and post 2.7 more comments than the average

11 06, 2014

Social Media Prepares for 2014 FIFA World Cup

By |2014-06-11T15:30:09-04:00June 11th, 2014|

Friday marks the start of the most important sports event in the world-FIFA World Cup. The first match, Brazil vs. Croatia, and the opening ceremony will air at 4pm ET. For Brazil, the host, it’s a chance to start off their first tournament on home soil since 1950 on the right foot, and overcome what’s likely

25 04, 2014

Why Canadian Internet Marketing Companies Should Be Prepared For The Upcoming Anti-Spam Law

By |2014-04-25T08:27:19-04:00April 25th, 2014|

As a part of international accords, a new Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) will take effect on July 1, 2014 and will impact the entire email marketing and internet marketing industryin Canada. The CASL applies to any commercial electronic messages sent by companies in Canada from small to medium and large sized organisations, including non-profits and charities (there are some exceptions) as well as international companies doing business in Canada.