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The ultimate entrepreneur's SEO checklist for 2014
Search Engine Watch
For entrepreneurs looking to swim with the SEO sharks; think of this business rule: Always ask yourself how someone could preempt your products or service. How can they put you out of business? Is it price? Is it service? Is it SEO? Is it social? That's an inspired lesson that Dallas Mavericks owner and "Shark Tank" co-host Mark Cuban shares in his book "How to Win at the Sport of Business."
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Study: iOS leads Android in U.S., Canada mobile Internet traffic share
NDTV Gadgets
In North America (Canada and the U.S.), Windows Phone now accounts for the third largest share in mobile Web traffic, overtaking BlackBerry for the first time, according to a report by mobile ad network Chitika. The top spot remains a contest between iOS and Android, at 53.1 per cent and 44.5 per cent of all mobile Web traffic respectively, with Windows Phone accounting for only one per cent of traffic, ahead of BlackBerry's 0.8 per cent.
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U.S. proposal opens door to an Internet fast lane
The Globe and Mail
The fight over the free flow of traffic across the Internet is about to get ugly. Recently, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission moved ahead with a draft rule that would permit broadband providers to sell faster use of their infrastructure to content companies. The rule could herald the start of a transformation of the Internet landscape, a terrain that is increasingly prized by telecommunications companies, technology firms and content providers alike.
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European court: Google must honour requests to delete links
Toronto Star
People should have some say over the results that pop up when they conduct a vanity search online, Europe's highest court said. In a landmark decision, The Court of Justice of the European Union said Google must listen and sometimes comply when individuals ask the Internet search giant to remove links to newspaper articles or websites containing personal information.
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Is crowdsourcing the future of scientific research?
Science Blog
Most scientists like to collaborate, at least with other scientists. However, that scenario is starting to change thanks to something called crowdsourcing, a term first coined in 2006 that basically means groups of people coming together to solve a common problem. The concept is now moving into the realm of science, where scientists and "normal" people are coming together to advance scientific endeavors. A Michigan State University scholar is looking at it a bit more closely to see if it truly is the future of research.
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The ultimate entrepreneur's SEO checklist for 2014
Search Engine Watch
For entrepreneurs looking to swim with the SEO sharks; think of this business rule: Always ask yourself how someone could preempt your products or service. How can they put you out of business? Is it price? Is it service? Is it SEO? Is it social? That's an inspired lesson that Dallas Mavericks owner and "Shark Tank" co-host Mark Cuban shares in his book "How to Win at the Sport of Business."

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Microsoft ends official support for Windows XP
CBC News
Windows XP users will no longer get security patches and other technical support from Microsoft, unless they're part of an exclusive group of governments and businesses — including Canada's federal government — paying for custom support. Microsoft has released its final official security patch for the 12-year-old operating system and is officially ending support for XP.

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How to combine your SEO and content marketing for explosive results
Search Engine Journal
Over the past year, headlines have been flying around telling the story of "content marketing is replacing SEO" or "SEO is dead, content marketing has taken over." In many situations, the two are made out to be total rivals — who will win: content marketing or SEO?

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Social drives 34 per cent of mobile Web traffic, 17 per cent of desktop traffic
Poynter
Nearly four in five news and entertainment sites are optimized for mobile devices, according to a new report by Web analytics firm Quantcast. And those sites see an average off 33 per cent of their overall traffic come from mobile devices, while sites that aren't mobile-optimized see an average of 28 per cent of traffic from mobile. That correlation could have big implications for social media strategy, too, as Quantcast found that social accounted for 34 per cent of mobile referrals, twice as much as social accounted for on desktop.
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Need an eMarketing strategy? Business students are here to help
Soo Today
Do you own or operate a business in Sault Ste. Marie, ON, and need an Internet marketing strategy? Algoma U students will once again be working with local businesses to develop and enhance their Internet presence through websites, eMarketing strategies, or via social media. As part of the ADMN4937 course, "Marketing on the Internet", students will examine the integration of the Internet in an organization's marketing strategy.
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