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July is Canada Month at WebFuel and we’ve decided to take a look at our blog posts over the years and compile a list of our top ten favourite Canadian related posts (in no particular order). Without further adieu, here they are – eh

  1. WebFuel Celebrates Canada Day: Why a Dot Ca?
    It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas…Canada Day! Today marks the 144th birthday of our beautiful nation. Here at WebFuel we are extremely proud to be 100% Canadian. But when it comes to the online space, what does being Canadian mean? We believe that the best way to brand yourself as Canadian online is by using the “Dot Ca”. What do we mean by that? Well let us tell you…no…let us SHOW you! Read more. 

  2. Search Marketing Expo Toronto Recap
    SMX Toronto is a conference held annually for Search Engine and Social Media marketing and professionals of all skill levels and experience. This conference features a star-studded cast of industry experts and pioneers who share their tips, ideas, solutions and insights about marketing in the new digital space. Topics included Search, pay per click campaigns, online reviews, the emergence of mobile and Social Media marketing techniques and best practices. Read more. 

  3. Can Your Business get Found in a Canadian Search?
    Having a web presence is only the first step in getting found in a Search. The next step is appearing in a SERP (Search Engine Results Page) in Google or one of the other major search engines. If you are a Canadian company and/or you are targeting the Canadian market, you will need to get found in a country-specific search. Read more.

  4. Google AdWords and Trade-Mark Laws: From a Canadian Perspective
    Here at WebFuel, we love inviting guest bloggers. Why? Because they bring fresh ideas to the table, while providing great insights from their specific area of expertise. This week we welcome back Lawyer and trade-mark agent Kathryn Szymczyk. In the past Kathryn has blogged for WebFuel aboutGoogle’s new Canadian AdWords policies as well as protecting your brand on the Internet. This week Kathryn will be writing about Google AdWords and trade-mark laws from a Canadian perspective. Read more.

  5. The Art of Marketing Toronto
    Well folks, it’s finally here. The event that I have been waiting for all year: The Art of Marketing Toronto. The amazing lineup of speakers included analytics expert Avinash Kaushik, online marketing pioneer Gary Vaynerchuk, venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki, brand strategist Jeffrey Hayzlett and Columbia University Business professor Dr. Sheena Iyengar. Over 1200 eager marketers file into the magnificent Metro Toronto Convention Centre, creating a great atmosphere. Read more.

  6. Top Ten Social Media Sites of 2010 (Canadian Version)
    As 2010 winds down we look back at which Social Media sites Canadians visit the most. Facebook took home top prize on last year’s list. Where will they stand this year? Which new sites have emerged?  So without further adieu, here is our list of the top ten most visited Social Media sites in Canada in 2010. Read more.

  7. Google’s New Canadian AdWords Policy: From a Legal Perspective
    As a result of litigation in Canada and throughout the rest of the world, Google has recently changed its AdWords policy in Canada to be less restrictive to advertisers. However, using the trademarks of third parties can still result in your advertisements being removed or, possibly, a trademark infringement action against you. As such itis important to be careful when using trademarks registered by third parties in any aspect of your online advertising. 

Google’s New AdWords Trademark Policy for CanadaRead more. 

  8. Movember Canada: The Challenge
    Today is November 1st…or should I say Movember 1st? Yes, that’s right folks! Movember is officially upon us! Movember is an annual charity event in which men grow mustaches to raise awareness and money for men’s health, most notably prostate cancer. A few weeks back I wrote a blog post about how Social Media can be used for Social Good. Movember is another great example of this. Read more.

  9. Targeting Canada, Eh? Google Analytics & Map Overlap
    Google Analytics, Eh? This is the first in a series of posts covering what data to analyze in Google Analytics if you are targeting the Canadian marketplace, starting with Map Overlay. Read more.

  10. Celebrating Canada: Social Media Eh?
    WebFuel believes that Canada will only continue to be a search and Social Media pioneer. The conversation about your brand is happening. Are you listening? Are you engaged? Are you building relationships with your consumers? You should be.We are Canadian. Our clients are Canadian. We specialize in Canadian Search and Social Media. Read more.

Happy Canada Month everyone! Which of these is your favourite of our Canadian posts? We’d love to hear from you!