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Can you tweet your way to a new job?

August 4, 2009
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If you can find Jon Kolbe a job, you’ll win a brand-new high-definition camcorder. It’s not a new game show. Just his plea for help on Twitter. The Boca Raton, Fla., father of two has been without a job for…

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Social Media can open our eyes to the value of physical life

August 4, 2009
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The culture war over social media is raging out of control. In the latest conflagration, Vincent Nichols, the new Archbishop of Westminster, launched a vitriolic attack on the unnaturalness of social media. In America, critics of the social media revolution…

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Winnipeg Twitter Tweets

August 4, 2009
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A new cool website for Winnipeg, www.WinnipegTweets.com If your on Twitter, which most people are nowadays then join the new site through your account. It has the latest on Winnipeg, News, Jobs, Real Estate and everything Manitoba, it even sticks…

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International Business Revue

July 31, 2009
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It is flattering sometimes when your peers write nice things about you, the International Business Revue said “While Jerry Booth’s reputation speaks for itself I would recommend that if anyone has the opportunity to work with Jerry it could prove…

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Search dominance by..?

July 30, 2009
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There must be a new search engine monster out there. In regards to the recent search merger with Yahoo and Microsoft, the following statements were uttered by the respective CEO’s. Carol Bartz “Competition equals innovation. But with one player dominating…

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Yahoo-Microsoft deal

July 30, 2009
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Yahoo has agreed to use Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, on its Internet sites in return for 88 percent of the revenue from search ads for the first half of the 10-year deal announced on Wednesday. The deal is expected to…

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Canadian Online Advertising Surpasses Radio

July 28, 2009
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2008 Canadian Online Advertising Revenue Grows To $1.6 Billion And Surpasses Radio The Interactive Advertising Bureau of Canada (IAB) today announced that Canadian Online Advertising Revenues exceeded budgeted expectations of $1.5 billion, and grew by 29% in 2008 to just…

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The end of SEO?

July 28, 2009
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The end of the world (of SEO) is coming! Or at least, that’s what some recent articles might tell you. Just a couple of erroneous statements I’ve read over the last few days: “Social media (Twitter/Facebook etc) will soon be…

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How to promote your business locally through geotags?

July 27, 2009
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The primary aim of getting your business online is to increase its visibility. A web presence helps in getting your business a global success but only if you make your website visible out of countless number of them flowing on…

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Bargain Price for ITV’s Friends Reunited

July 27, 2009
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Online business executive Peter Dubens could be about to snap up Friends Reunited from ITV for just $24.6 million, a massive $263 million less than what ITV paid for the social networking site just four years ago. In the same…

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