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If you are in Toronto and available on June 12 then join me for lunch at a lunch-buffet to welcome spring. I have booked a small room so that you can network and practice your pitch in private. Details and registration are at https://lunch2014jun12.eventbrite.ca

Max Haroon | President
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Start-up SEO: How to get the ball rolling on a limited budget
Huffington Post
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be a complete nightmare if you are a new startup. The majority of new startups know that SEO contributes to online success but many do not fully understand how to develop an effective SEO strategy. SEO companies from every corner of the world constantly contact new startups, promising the same outcome: top rankings in the search results.
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RCMP use of data may spark probe
The Chronicle Herald
Canada's privacy watchdog is considering a formal review into the RCMP's use of Canadians' personal data gleaned from telecom and Internet companies without a warrant. The potential review comes after the Mounties admitted to Parliament in April that they do not track how often requests are made for "basic subscriber information" from telecom and Internet service providers.
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Is social media the latest frontier in organ donation?
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Like most web-savvy Canadians, she has a website and a Facebook page promoting her cause. But Christine Kristen's social media footprint is all about saving her life. The 43-year-old mother of two has kidney disease and the wait list for a deceased donor is up to eight years. She's taking her fate into her own hands to appeal to the rest of the world online.
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How to use the new Google Analytics
PC Advisor
If you have a website or blog, it's vital that you know how many visitors you have, which pages they like best, whether they stop and browse or move on to another site, whether they are Apple Mac or Windows PC users, if they use a tablet or smartphone, and so on. This information will influence the next web page or blog post you put on the site. You can analyse the web server logs, but fiddling around in the admin section of your website control panel is not easy, and you couldn’t give access to someone else.
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Start-up SEO: How to get the ball rolling on a limited budget
Huffington Post
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Microsoft ends official support for Windows XP
CBC News
Windows XP users will no longer get security patches and other technical support from Microsoft, unless they're part of an exclusive group of governments and businesses — including Canada's federal government — paying for custom support. Microsoft has released its final official security patch for the 12-year-old operating system and is officially ending support for XP.

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How to combine your SEO and content marketing for explosive results
Search Engine Journal
Over the past year, headlines have been flying around telling the story of "content marketing is replacing SEO" or "SEO is dead, content marketing has taken over." In many situations, the two are made out to be total rivals — who will win: content marketing or SEO?

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Developing practises in cloud computing
Computing
Just as the market for cloud-based services is fast developing, so too is the understanding of "best practice" regarding the contract terms to underpin them. From a mishmash of inappropriate adaptations of non-cloud contracts and overly aggressive supplier standard terms, a discernible trend has become apparent as to what "good" looks like in the context of cloud contracts.
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How to drive more traffic to your website
Business 2 Community
Facebook has become a bit of hassle for brands lately, to the point that some are even shutting down their pages, deeming it unworthy of their time and energy. Organic reach is on the decline. Estimates show the percentage of followers who see a company's organic, unpaid posts is in the single digits. The social network is prodding companies to buy paid ads instead, which some ad buyers claim doesn't have a great return on investment.
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Apple pumps another 60 million e-reading devices into market
Digital Book World
Another quarter, another avalanche of revenue and profit from one of the world’s most admired tech companies, Apple. While the company’s $45.6 billion in revenue and $10.2 billion in profit were of interest to Wall Street, publishers should be more interested in the 16 million iPads and nearly 44 million iPhones the company sold last quarter. Each one is a potential ebook reading device.
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How crowdsourcing can help solve medical cases
Bloomberg
CrowdMed CEO Jared Heyman and Bloomberg's Cory Johnson discuss the medical diagnostic site that harnesses the wisdom of crowds. They speak on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart."
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