52% of consumers say they’d prefer to make purchases using a digital wallet both online and in a physical store. Does this mean that 2013 could be the year of the digital wallet? If your new year’s resolution includes understanding…

With 10 million confirmed users of Google+, and comScore reporting there were 20 million visitors to Google’s new social platform during its first 21 weeks of existence, it’s safe to say from a pure numbers perspective that Google+ is off…

Here’s the glimpse of my master’s research project. I am planning on surveying Canadian businesses and find out how well Web 2.0 technologies are being used in knowledge management. This is the first several pages of my literature review. The…

The leading cause for website or software application failure is not having a requirements document prepared and shared with everyone attached to the project. Typically, business and functional specifications, along with possible web design guidelines are gathered. What do most…

Almost every Web designer can attest that much of their work is repetitive. We find ourselves completing the same tasks, even if slightly modified, over and over for every Web project. Following a detailed website design and development process can…

Experienced Local SEO’s no doubt already understand the tremendous importance of citations for ranking well in Local Search.  Below are my recommendations for where to acquire citations for Canadian businesses after a qualitative (though fairly extensive) review of Maps.Google.ca results across a…

Excellent advice to those graduating business schools and looking to join workforce. I personally, did not realize that lack of touch with reality is an international plague that haunts business schools across the world. In his talk at Entrepreneurial Thought…

As a marketing tool Twitter gets much more interesting and useful when you can filter out 99 percent of the junk that doesn’t apply to your objectives and focus on the stuff that matters. The basic search.twitter.com functionality is fine…

Interesting case study in Wall Street Journal on use of social media by Dell to generate new business. According to the article Dell estimated that it had generated $6.5 million of business through Twitter activities alone. That would be nice…

Microsoft is in advanced talks to acquire Skype, which revolutionized telephone calls over the Internet, for $8.5 billion, including the assumption of debt, according to people involved in the transaction. A deal is expected to be announced on Tuesday morning,…