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Starting a new Venture with the Fort McMurray Urban Market

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Everyone talks about SEO, but what is it exactly?

Imagine just launching a website today and you're waiting for people to visit. Chances are, you're probably not going to get many visitors out of the blue. That's where SEO comes in. When you hire an SEO professional to conduct some work on your website, they'll be doing a lot of work in the background that you may not see, but a lot of it is in the actual coding of the website. People think th

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Learning Marketing Platforms with Winston!

My name is Winston Macpherson! I'm going to tell you a little story about my relationship with Google AdWords. In 2003 I decided to start learning about ad platforms and I discovered there was a better way to sell products over eBay at that time. I stayed the course and learned many new platforms and the way people seemed to gravitate towards ads. A few years had gone by and I learned that e

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Quispamsis and Rothesay growth rate catching up to Saint John

Author: Connell Smith · CBC News Saint John's suburban neighbours in the Kennebecasis Valley are closing in on the city when it comes to growth. Over the past year, the two communities posted a combined $112 million increase in assessment while much larger Saint John showed a $126 million increase. That amounts to a 4.1 percent increase for Quispamsis, where Mayor Gary Clark says the tow

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