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in Tips - 02 Apr, 2021
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Most website developers prefer to focus on writing good quality code and creating features that they often overlook the usability of the product and user experience. They tend to assume that if users are provided with relevant information about the product, they would have an edge over the competitors. Nowadays, you won’t stand out from […]

in Customer Feedback - 22 Mar, 2021
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Global tech firms in Australia recently launched a new practice code, aimed at fighting back against disinformation on the internet following pressure from the country’s government. The group behind this code, DIGI, represents big names like Google, Microsoft, and Twitter. The group agreed to the code, which will cover a range of actions on their […]

in Customer Feedback - 22 Mar, 2021
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Many online businesses fail to get the traffic they need because they do not have an effective SEO strategy. Customers cannot find the website so that potential sales are missed. Of course, there are other marketing strategies that can effectively promote a business but what drives the most traffic to a site in organic search. […]

in Software - 05 Mar, 2021
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Businesses have specific and complex issues to deal with. While off-the-shelf software might work, it might not be a perfect fit for the organization’s needs. That’s where custom software development comes in. It’s designing software for a specific group or set of users, with specific design decisions, features, and functions. This software, being designed specifically […]

in River - 03 Mar, 2021
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Legal firms in Canada, like MyDefence.ca, might have to learn how to deal with natural locations’ legal rights, as Quebec is trying out a new environmental strategy that may soon spread. Northern Quebec legally declared Cote-Nord’s Magpie River a person, with approval coming from two resolutions, one from the local Innu council, with the other […]

in Business - 27 Feb, 2021
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When the coronavirus pandemic hit North America, cross-border traffic between the United States and Canada dropped significantly; however, it is now returning to near-normal levels. This is a sign that economic recovery is in the midst. Trucking is one of the indicators that the economic malaise is soon over. The latest data on cross-border traffic […]

in Customer Feedback - 07 Feb, 2021
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2020’s been a challenging year for industries across the world, and digital marketing, in spite of the growth it’s seen, is no exception. People have looked to 2021 with a bit of optimism though, hoping that things will change. Google UK’s higher-ups had their own ideas for what 2021 might hold for the digital marketing […]

in Customer Feedback - 05 Feb, 2021
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SEO or search engine optimization plays an important role in digital marketing. While the exact search volume in Google is relatively unknown, it is assumed that the number is overwhelmingly huge. With SEO as a key part of the marketing arsenal, it is crucial to help the search engine find, crawl and index your website […]

in AMERICA'S - 25 Jan, 2021
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Artists and illustrators like Rabinky Art aim to have their art featured on stamps, as the little things are a great medium, both for the artists that make them and the subjects that are featured on them. Stamps are collectible, and can be easily passed on to others while also sending useful or special things; […]

in Customer Feedback - 09 Dec, 2020
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Customer reviews are unquestionably important to people’s lives. An example is a digital agency that believes that the kingkong.com.au review left by clients is a source of important information about the company. People have to be allowed to freely share their experiences so that other consumers can make a confident decision. The restaurant industry has been hit […]