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Experts in LOCAL online Marketing, since 1999 
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About Us

Local Marketing since 1999

We’ve been doing LOCAL Web Marketing. Exclusively. Since 1999. Over Twenty Years Experience. Here is our story.

TransCanada FoundLocally Inc has built and constantly updates a chain of 30 locally-focused community information websites coast-to-coast across Canada, with an integrated submit-your-business directory. Our helps Canada travel consumers and businesses. Our sites attract  several million web-savvy visitors a year. was founded in 1999 to combine a community information portal with a local business directory. Started in Calgary, it now covers Canada coast-to-coast. We help LOCAL businesses reach LOCAL consumers. And we help help LOCAL companies to compete against global competitors aided by global portals.

Mark Ruthenberg created affordable internet marketing opportunities for small business and community organizations across Canada. 

Building YOUR Traffic

With “Word of Mouse” & Word of Mouth

Our Local Directories

Be FOUND by close-by consumer

Our Business Model is unique.

The directories provide FREE LISTINGS for local businesses, and accept display ads form larger, national companies. For example, the local travel agents pay nothing, but the airlines’ buy national advertising, the local car dealers pay nothing, but national automotive companies advertise on our site  (see Alberta Venture, October 2007).

WE TEST every marketing hypothesis with our OWN web marketing for our own website. With our traffic levels we can actually MEASURE statistically significant changes (or lack of) to PROVE A METHOD. We don’t “drink the koolaid” on unproven “fads”.

Local Search

Be found by neighbourhood and on maps

  • Local  Directories (help consumers find YOU)
  • Local SEO (help improve your website on Google)
  • Local Search (multiply ways to be featured & found)
  • Local Advertising (ways to move ahead of the queue)
  • Work with local Web Marketers & SEO Professional
  • Be where Google, Bing, Siri and Alexa look for “local”
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