Let’s face it, everyone hates spam. (Except spammers.) Blog spam has been a huge problem for bloggers since the invention of blogs, and it’s not going away…in fact it’s getting worse, and now has expanded to include comment spam, trackback spam, and user registration spam.
Spam is a reputation and security problem for website owners. The worst kind, and most prolific, is automated comment spam that comes from bots. There are quite a few solutions out there, but most of them either don’t work effectively, or annoy users by using CAPTCHA’s or challenge questions. This article covers my experiences dealing with this issue … Continue reading
As of July 1, 2014, Canada’s Anti-spam legislation Section 6 came into effect. Section 6 of CASL relates to the sending of commercial electronic messages (CEMs). If you are sending a CEM to an electronic address, then you need to comply with three requirements …
(1) obtain consent,
(2) provide identification information, and
(3) provide an unsubscribe mechanism.
How do I know if Canada’s Anti-spam legislation applies to my business or organization? Continue reading
Have you had issues getting your map in the correct location in Google maps?
Have you wondered why you cannot control the Write a Review feature on your Google map location?
Have you wondered why other businesses are listed on a Google map on the first page of local search results?
Do something great for your business today and sign up for a FREE listing in Google Places for Business. Continue reading
In my previous two articles I laid the ground work for my 2013 series, which will focus on SMART Websites. SMART websites were defined in my previous two articles as those that reflect web development best practices, in that they are Strategic & Sustainable, Measurable, Attractive and Accessible, provide ROI, and are Targeted. Continue reading
Recently I was introduced by a colleague, as bringing “disruptive technologies” to our area. In giving this more consideration, I realized that this has been an underlying theme for InfoLink projects over the years. Opportunities (and risks) lie in challenging the status quo. When leading firms fail – it is often because they are not sustaining innovations.
A Tried and True Recipe for Success
Tourism packaging has traditionally been defined as a pre-arranged travel plan that includes more than one element of travel. For example, an air and hotel travel plan bundled together for one rate would be considered a “package”. Continue reading
Take some initial steps to boost your visibility and watch your traffic grow!
In the highly competitive world of web based business, visibility is vital. If your prospective customers don’t know who or where you are, you might as well not have bothered. A well-planned, well designed and carefully populated website offers great potential for boosting your business visibility. But even after your perfect site is launched, there remains a lot to do! The care and feeding of your website is critically important to its ongoing success. Continue reading
Aren’t all websites good for business? Not necessarily.
Last issue I wrote Part 1 on “business S.M.A.R.T.“ websites and why a well-thought-out and engaging website is important for business success on the web.
“Business S.M.A.R.T.” is a term used to describe websites that meet or exceed best practices and criteria that contribute to success on the web. Continue reading
Are you preparing for the end of the world? Or are you too busy with Christmas plans? Our advice is to enjoy the season like there’s no Tamaya!! (actually, that’s our advice for every single day of the year).
Merry Christmas, Happy & Prosperous New Year!
P.S. If the world ends on December 21, the laugh will be on us
Does your website perform well for your business? Is it generating inquiries from qualified leads? Can you find your website in Google? Before you push the panic button, read further. There are simple things that you can do to help promote your website, without spending a whole lot of time and money … Continue reading