The CRA has recently become aware of a new scam involving email money transfers. Canadians are reminded that the CRA will only send payments by direct deposit or by cheque, never by email money transfer.
Occasionally, taxpayers may receive, either by telephone, mail, or email, a communication that claims to be from […]
A good article in the Globe & Mail about the Anti-SPAM legislation where the second of three phases become enforceable on Canada Day, July 1, 2014. Be sure you document customer/client consent to email or message to be properly with this legislation.
In three weeks, businesses will be required to obtain consent for sending “commercial […]
Tired of searching and not able to find the thing you know you’ve seen before or know the article your are looking for is on a site but can’t locate it quickly?
Try some of these great tricks and tips from the Huffington Post author Carina Kolodny and improve your Google.
In doing some recent domain searching and research for a client I was reminded of these important suggestions when choosing a domain/website name:
Always when possible keep your domain to a simple combination of words or phase. Noun combinations work well usually.
Easy to pronounce
Consider the linguistics of your domain name because easy or fun things […]
Make sure your digital presence is up to date and relevant. It only takes a little time to update your site headers and social media banners. Don’t let your customers think your delayed updating means you are not open for business.
Now offering support for customers looking for hourly assistance on a “as needed basis”. […]
Branding is everything…
Recently assisted Colden Homes with improving their branding and image consistency between photos, plans, website and printed materials.
Brand consistency plays a critical role in establishing your presence both on and offline.
“Dropbox has been struggling with how to deal with the fact that many users include both personal and business data in their Dropbox, so they’re announcing a redesigned service today. Essentially, Dropbox for Business users now have two separate containers for their data — the personal account is still only accessible by the individual, […]