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Lunch & Learn: Why Did I Write the Book on Dental Health!
SIP
Some of you know that I have published a book on the Amazon, I have been asked "What made you write a book on the dental health," so I have decided to give a talk. The talk will also help you with dental hygiene routine to improve your dental health. You can ask me any question if you are thinking of writing your own book. Come and break bread (nan) with me this Friday, April 4th at noon, please RSVP (private room has limited space) at lunch2014apr4.eventbrite.ca

I'm looking forward to meeting you.

Max Haroon
Founder, SIPpost
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3 non-SEO tips for small businesses scared of Google penalties
Search Engine Watch
Google has been making lots of noise of late, penalizing guest blogging network MyBlogGuest, link sellers and buyers, and even marketing firms. As usual, such news was met with much debate, fear, and uncertainty. Small businesses are still struggling to find their place in online marketing. While SEO firms struggle to explain complex topics such as nofollowing links, editorial appropriateness, disavowing links, and reinclusion requests, small business owners already worried about making payroll are losing focus and time.
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Obama health care website stumbles on deadline day
Castanet
The Obama administration's health care website is stumbling on deadline day for sign-ups. Visitors to HealthCare.gov saw messages that the site was down for maintenance. At times the visitors were also directed to a virtual waiting room — a feature designed to ease the strain on the site during periods of heavy use.
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Internet data routinely handed over without a warrant
Toronto Star
The lawful access fight of 2012, which featured then-Public Safety Minister Vic Toews infamously claiming that the public could side with the government or with child pornographers, largely boiled down to public discomfort with warrant-less access to Internet subscriber information. The government claimed that subscriber data such as name, address, and IP address was harmless information akin to data found in the phone book, but few were convinced and the bill was ultimately shelved in the face of widespread opposition.
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Cisco's new $1 billion cloud computing plan is ingenious but risky
Business Insider
Cisco recently dropped a bombshell when it vowed to spend $1 billion to build a brand new cloud service that competes with similar services from Amazon, Google, Microsoft, HP, IBM, VMware, and others. Cisco is calling it the Intercloud. With the Intercloud, Cisco is joining all the other enterprise tech companies who are chasing the cloud market.
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3 non-SEO tips for small businesses scared of Google penalties
Search Engine Watch
Google has been making lots of noise of late, penalizing guest blogging network MyBlogGuest, link sellers and buyers, and even marketing firms. As usual, such news was met with much debate, fear, and uncertainty. Small businesses are still struggling to find their place in online marketing.

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Why internet upload speed in Canada lags behind world average
CBC News
In a busy week, Jeremy Phan might do 10 photo shoots for various business clients, each typically taking about five or six hours and resulting in two to five gigabytes worth of images. But that's only half the job. After processing the photos at home, he spends a seemingly interminable period watching a status bar on his computer inch forward as he uploads his work to clients.

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How to increase your website leads without increasing traffic
Business 2 Community
Most business owners want more traffic, but most don't realize they might not need more traffic. I have talked about this many times on this site, but online marketing comes down to two components: traffic and conversions. If you have an effective website, it should be generating you leads automatically.

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3 easy tips for effective social media marketing
Forbes
You've heard that social media marketing can lead to more loyal customers, more brand recognition, more repeat business, more everything. But successes like these aren't instant or automatic. Effective social media marketing requires a great deal of effort. It isn't easy for small business owners — or anyone — to come up with a steady stream of pithy statements in 140 characters or less.
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Tim Hortons adds nostalgia to menu, crowdsources for past favourites
Global News
What's old is new again. Celebrating 50 years, Tim Hortons is reintroducing past favourites, but they want costumers to help them decide which one they will bring back. Launching is "Bring It Back," an online campaign that will have Canadians vote on which yummy treat of the past 50 years should make a comeback, if only for a limited time.
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How companies can make the most of big data
Tech Page One
Big data technology is allowing more companies to collect vast amounts of information about their customers. But figuring out what to do with that data — while protecting clients' privacy — is becoming a big issue for many businesses. For that reason, companies need to understand their goals before investing in big data, industry experts say.
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Web analytics startup enjoys early success
The Record
A startup founded by two Wilfrid Laurier University business students — Brandon Chow and Andrew Paradi — has won the $25,000 prize at a national business model competition. The first-year students won for Teknically, a startup that turns complex analytics about traffic on the websites of small businesses into simple steps for improving the sites.
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