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Join me at the Toronto Women's Expo
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Join me at the Toronto Women's Expo (men are lovingly invited) to empower your personal and professional lives through educational presentations and exhibitors showcasing merchandise and promotions.

Date; Wednesday January 29, 2014 from 11am – 9pm
Location; Paradise Banquet Hall, 7601 Jane St. Vaughan Ont.
Investment: $25, $40 at the door

Registration and details: www.torontowomensexpo.com

I will showcase my newly launched book and my new program, Life Transformation Institute.

Max Haroon
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SEO essential for sales and marketing
Huffington Post
E-commerce will exceed $1.2 trillion in 2013, according to a new report by eMarketer, and that's just for B2C transactions. The web is THE most important sales and marketing tool. There are only three things that matter in retailing according to age old wisdom: location, location, location. This wisdom still holds true today — only now it also refers to a company's location in Google ranking for keyword searches for its products and services.
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ISPs push for 2-tier Internet based on data caps
Straight.com
Net neutrality has been one of the defining Internet policy issues of the past decade. Starting with early concerns that large telecom and Internet providers would seek to generate increased profits by creating a two-tier Internet with a fast lane (for companies that paid additional fees to deliver their online content quicker) and a slow lane (for everyone else), the issue captured the attention of governments and telecom regulators.
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Crowdsourcing targets Victoria technology sector
Times Colonist
In Victoria, B.C., it's helped fund startup companies filming movies, making food and manufacturing eyeglasses for the developing world. Now Indiegogo has an eye on attracting Victoria's high-tech startups into the world of crowdsourcing. Though crowdsourcing as a means of financing ventures isn't new to the local technology scene, Indiegogo's reach on the Island has tended to stir campaigns in the creative arts rather than tech.
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IBM to spend $1.2 billion to expand cloud services
Reuters Canada
IBM said it will invest more than $1.2 billion to build up to 15 new data centers across five continents to expand its cloud services and reach new clients and markets. The new cloud centers will be in Washington D.C., Mexico City, Dallas, China, Hong Kong, London, Japan, India and Canada, with plans to expand in the Middle East and Africa in 2015.
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U.S. appeals court sets aside Internet neutrality rules
Global News
In a decision that could reshape consumers' access to entertainment, news and other online content, a federal appeals court set aside Federal Communications Commission rules designed to ensure that transmission of all Internet content be treated equally. The anti-discrimination and anti-blocking rules have barred broadband providers from prioritizing some types of Internet traffic over others.
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SEO essential for sales and marketing
Huffington Post
E-commerce will exceed $1.2 trillion in 2013, according to a new report by eMarketer, and that's just for B2C transactions. The web is THE most important sales and marketing tool. There are only three things that matter in retailing according to age old wisdom: location, location, location. This wisdom still holds true today — only now it also refers to a company's location in Google ranking for keyword searches for its products and services.

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Government cloud market worth $18.48 billion by 2018
Market Wire
According to MarketsandMarkets, the movement into the cloud is an evolutionary approach, which requires a shared vision among government organizations and other lines of businesses. Government agencies are readily adopting the cloud strategy, which leads them to pooled visualization from partial virtualization.

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1,000 new domain suffixes set to expand the internet
CBC News
Say goodbye to the days of .com domination. After more than eight years of petitioning, the non-profit group Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has finally won its battle to expand the web's offering of generic top-level domain (gTLD) names.

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8 ways to use web analytics to increase online sales
CIO.com
Just about every online business or business with a website uses an analytics tool to track traffic. However, more often than not, business owners and managers do not take full advantage of the information contained in analytics reports — or they don't know how to. So how should businesses interpret web analytics data — and leverage that information to decrease bounce and exit rates and increase sales on their website?
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Try these alternatives for your landline phone service to save money
Calgary Herald
Landline phone service has been supplanted to some degree by cell phones, but there are some other alternatives that use VoIP (Voice over IP) to offer you a home phone with all the frills at a fraction of the cost of what a traditional vendor charges. Telus, Bell and Rogers all offer home phone service, though they tend to charge $30 or more per line, per month for it, which is expensive when compared to what upstart competitors can do.
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