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Best SEO strategy for beginners
The Next Women
If you have a new website chances are that you're trying to get traffic for it and if you're trying to get traffic, you've probably already heard about Search Engine Optimization (SEO). If you're new to it then SEO can seem extremely complicated and trying to research how to do it yourself can leave you lost in a bunch of technical jargon that makes your brain hurt.
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Canada's anti-spam law coming into force next year
Global News
It will be another six months before Canada's new anti-spam law begins to come into force, following its passage three years ago. Industry Minister James Moore says most of Bill C-28 will be the law of the land as of July 1, 2014. Experts say the delay in enacting the law was the result of intense lobbying by industry players, who tried to generate fear and uncertainty about its effects.
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Can social media make us more productive
Financial Post
Conventional thinking might indicate that allowing employees to access Facebook, surf Twitter or watch YouTube videos would have a negative impact on a company's productivity, but the opposite may in fact be true. It wasn't long ago that it was standard practice in offices to block access to social networking and instant messaging applications based on the assumption that any time employees spent using those technologies was time when they wouldn't be doing their job.
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Apple acquires social media analytics firm Topsy Labs reportedly for over $200 million
TNW News
Apple has purchased the social media analytics firm Topsy Labs for more than $200 million. Apple confirmed the deal with us, but didn't mention any further details. According to an Apple spokesperson: "Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans."
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Wynne's crowdsourced platform has potential
The Globe and Mail
The numbers, Steven Del Duca boasts, are "off the charts." By the Liberal MPP's count, a total of 12,533 Ontarians participated this fall in his party's online effort to crowdsource platform planks. Among them, they offered 1,701 policy suggestions, commented on each other's contributions 10,069 times, and registered approximately 116,000 votes for or against the various ideas.
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Best SEO strategy for beginners
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A better Internet for the visually impaired
Ottawa Citizen
Beginning Jan. 1, 2014, new rules in Ontario come into effect aiming to improve online access to information for people with vision and mobility impairments. Other governments in Canada should follow suit. But there are two significant challenges.

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Social media to be monitored by federal government
Toronto Star
Big Brother is watching you — on just about every social-media platform you can imagine. Tweets, public Facebook posts and YouTube videos could soon be subject to round-the-clock scrutiny by the federal government.

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U.S. HealthCare.gov website faces new tests as traffic builds
Reuters Canada
President Barack Obama and his HealthCare.gov website face another critical test, as Americans who have been unable to enroll in health coverage under Obamacare rush to a site that continues to face challenges. A day after the administration said it met its weekend deadline for making HealthCare.gov operate smoothly for most users, networks of volunteer organizations are expected to resume enrollment activities.
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Google takes on Amazon by cutting cloud service prices
IBN Live
Google will lower prices on cloud services as the search giant gears up to take on Amazon.com, International Business Machines and Microsoft in the fast-growing market of Internet services for corporations. Google outlined key features and pricing for "Compute Engine," part of a broader service that vies with Amazon's AWS in providing storage and computing power to corporate clients as inhouse datacenters are gradually phased out.
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