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The 2015 Global Petroleum Show Ushers in New Era of Oil and Gas Pie

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We are all aware of what is going on in the oil and gas industry and how it is has the ability to affect almost every aspect of our day-to-day lives. Through every struggle we find opportunity. As the Calgary Herald reported last week: The theme of next week’s Global Petroleum Show […]

Eleven Essentials to Fiscal Excellence for Entrepreneurs

When you’re an entrepreneur, you’re passionate about many things. Your products. Your clients. Your website. And, of course, you like to make money. However, it’s unlikely that you’re passionate about your financial management. It IS important, of course, and the sooner you get your head wrapped around fiscal excellence, the […]

Has Google’s Panda Kicked Your Organic SEO Ass?

In a kind of reverse SEO optimization alternate-reality that continuously shifts with hazy patterns, Google’s Panda update has significantly affected many companies PageRank either by bumping them down off the coveted page 1 and 2 of Google SEO search results for their most sacred keywords or by increasing their Google search […]

Eleven Essentials for Salespeople

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The role of a Salesperson has changed dramatically. Internet savvy buyers are more knowledgeable about their problems and your products than ever before. Insight selling, features vs. benefits vs. value, handling objections are all part of this quick Slideshare presentation that gives you eleven thoughts to ponder to get your […]

8 Predictions for the new Canada Anti-Spam Law (CASL)

“We Kindly Request Your Consent To Opt-In To Our Mailing List” — Like everyone in our fair country of Canada, my inbox is currently inundated with corporate emails that have a subject line requesting permission to receive electronic communications.  The reason?  Canada’s new anti-spam law  looms like fireworks: CASL begins next […]

Where’s the "Don’t Like" button?

Facebook, like most companies, is in a constant state of evolution / innovation with their software platform. Understanding user needs is vital in any successful evolution, and if you wonder why Facebook (and so many others) get it “wrong” from time to time, you just have to ask yourself “who’s […]

Eleven Essentials For Communicators

A communicator is a person who communicates, esp. one skilled at conveying information, ideas, or policy to the public. In most organizations, this falls into the realm of marketers, who are responsible for colours, logos, images and copy. But, I would argue that everyone can be and should be an effective communicator. A […]

The Art and Science of Marketing

The modern CMO is a special breed that can perfectly balance the art and science of marketing, making it seem almost magical. Marketing seems to be one of those subjects about which opinions are constantly divided. Even members of the marketing profession often articulate differing views – not about the […]

Getting Started with your Digital Brand

Establishing how you “appear online” and quantifying it for business management purposes is the first step of a journey in web excellence. The Digital Brand Audit creates a starting “Point A” framework that gives all stakeholders common ground for discussion and decisions as to what “Point B” is for your online […]

10 Tips To Prepare for Canada’s New Anti-Spam Law (CASL) Starting July 1, 2014

It’s no longer business as usual for companies wanting to market to Canadians. Earlier this week, the government of Canada announced that it will be bringing Bill-28 into law on July 1, 2014, with full effect starting on Jan 1, 2015. Any company sending electronic communications will need to comply with Canada’s […]