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 favourites Canadian related posts (in no particular order). Without further ado, here they are – eh.
WebFuel Celebrates Canada Day 2013: What Makes Canada Unique Online
Each year on Canada Day, WebFuel does something BIG. Why? Aside from being proudly Canadian, and wanting to celebrate our heritage, we are an agency that specializes in Search and Digital Marketing in Canada. But when it comes to the online space, what does being Canadian mean? This year we are posting industry-related stats; focussing on Canada. They are what make us unique.
SEO Wednesdays Canada: English & French Websites
English & French language websites are not uncommon in Canada. However there is still a real lack of understanding when it comes to targeting both Anglophone & Francophone audiences with one website.
Digital Strategy Conference Ottawa 2013 Recap
WebFuel was a proud sponsor of the Digital Strategy Conference Ottawa 2013. So… we thought we’d provide a high level overview of the Digital Strategy areas of learning that were reviewed at the Digital Strategy Conference (Ottawa – June 3-5, 2013).
Reaching Canadians Online
WebFuel works with many .CAs. So we thought is would be fitting to invite David Fowler, Director of Marketing and Communications at the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) as a guest blogger. Here are facts about Canadians online and Canada’s domain extension (which turned 25 years old this year).
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.
We invite you to get engaged and comment on your favourite posts, share them with your network, and to let us know what topics you would like to see more of in 2013.,/br>