Because of the manner in which it is shared, dark social links do not contain any referrer data and therefore are hard to track (which means a lot of inbound or direct traffic could actually be coming from dark social).
Maybe you got up late in the morning and forgot your lunch at home? Or perhaps you just want to try something new? Whether you’re in the mood for a sandwich or Asian take-out, my lunch map has got all your lunch cravings covered if you live or work in Centretown. Let’s launch into lunch!… Continue reading Sandy’s Lunch Guide – A map to the best lunches in Centretown
When most people think about facial recognition technology they think of a “1984” or “Minority Report” world with an all-knowing, ever-watchful “Big Brother” presence. If sci-fi has taught us anything, hopefully we will never take facial recognition to that point. Nonetheless, the technology is powerful. In the right hands, it can do great things. What… Continue reading How Facial Recognition and Emotion-Detection Can Change Marketing for the Better
So you’ve done the classroom thing, learned all the theories, passed all your exams and have that exquisitely framed piece of paper hanging on your wall. Now what? These days, it seems networking is the key to landing your first agency job. Being a university grad with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, I can tell… Continue reading Working Your Networking: A guide to engaging your contacts to land your first agency job
Social influencers are the authority in their niche – they are social media superstars ranging from celebrities to industry leaders, to local bloggers. Whether it’s a small local company or a large corporate firm, social influencers have the power to increase your brand’s awareness, conversion and exposure. Most importantly, they provide a personable, trustworthy edge… Continue reading Why Your Brand Needs a Social Influencer
Avec l’arrivée du printemps, nous nous sentons revivre : les manteaux plus légers, les premières terrasses, les sourires qui se font beaucoup plus voyants. Cependant, le printemps signifie aussi la fonte rapide de la neige et les fortes pluies sur les sols encore gelés et saturés d’eau. Sans crier gare, le printemps peut rimer avec… Continue reading Après la pluie… les dégâts?
When your laptop, tablet, or e-reader battery is drained, do you panic? Do you worry nothing will get done as you scramble for an outlet to recharge? With some airlines banning devices (temporarily, we hope), many wonder how they’ll do any work. Believe it or not, there was a time when we got work done… Continue reading Working Unplugged in a Digital World
We spend a minimum of 8 hours a day at work and sometimes we need a little fuel to re-fire our creativity. Yes, we all have our 3 square meals a day. But in between, the inevitable snack cravings hit. What to eat? Many people sitting at their desk have their own go-to options, some… Continue reading Snack Attack: Satisfying Your Munchie Cravings at Work
Although it may seem like the newest wave of technology, virtual reality (VR) dates back to the 1920’s, when the first flight simulator was designed as a training device for pilots. Flash-forward to today and users can simply put on goggles to learn how to surf, experience life in space, or even watch NBA basketball games… Continue reading Virtual Reality or Solitary Confinement?