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New LOCAL Megamenus- Updated

Menus and Movies updates to FoundLocally.com

We have made a couple of small changes to the FoundLocally sites: We continue to speed up the site finding small ways to make it faster We have updated the LOCAL  megamenu for each community, particularly the Recreation and Business sections. We have updated the way we handle movie listings. Since theatres (small theatres as well as the chains) now…

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Vancouver FoundLocally With New Responsive Design

We’ve updated FoundLocally.com!

Yes, we've updated all of the FoundLocally.com websites, a process which took over a month to programming, testing, debugging (it's MUCH trickier than anyone thinks, with all the "moving parts"), and optimization (page speed load times have been tripled over the past week, and we will keep tweaking!). By way of background, we have been responsive since 2015, and added…

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TransCanadaHighway Home Page-desktop

We’ve Updated Trans-Canada Highway.com

Yes, we’ve updated our TransCanadaHighway.com travel information website, used by travellers in, around, and across Canada to plan their vacation, get updates on weather, traffic, and construction while on the road, as well as discover things to see and do, attractions,  and find accommodation of all types on their way across Canada. As we explore various interfaces, and watch user interactions, on…

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We’ve updated MovingInCanada.com

Yes, we've updated our MovingInCanada.com real estate and relocation website, used by home shoppers to decide where to move next, immigrants to decide where in Canada they prefer to live, and by realtors, movers, and relocation professionals across Canada to reach those audiences. As we explore various interfaces, and watch user interactions, on both our sites and client websites, we learn…

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Facebook-Google-Tax Change (National Post)

National Post: Senate urges Liberals to reconsider tax deductions for ads on Google, Facebook

Ads in Canadian-owned newspapers and magazines are only 100 per cent deductible if the issue has more than 80 per cent original content. A Senate committee wants the government to revisit a tax rule that entices companies to advertise on foreign online platforms like Google and Facebook, spending that it says is “hobbling Canada’s already declining news industry.” The Standing…

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We’ve updated our Marketing website

We've been working hard in the webspace since 1999 (and Mark Ruthenberg our founder, since  1995), and realize we can ALWAYS get better! The new site tells a better story and About Us, and better showcases our 20 years of Internet experience and our Webmarketing & SEO services using megamenus, all with a very consistent look, branding, and message! Starting…

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Epoch Times Article-Simple Tax Fix Could Help Rescue Canada’s Ailing Newspaper Industry, Says Union Head

Simple Tax Fix Could Help Rescue Canada’s Ailing Newspaper Industry, Says Union Head

90 percent of the $5.6 billion spent by Canadian companies on digital ads went to foreign web platforms By Jared Gnam, Special to The Epoch Times "This means Canadian companies are buying their ads on Google and Facebook, with their huge readership, instead of on Canadian-owned sites. This loophole, says Morse, is funnelling millions in advertising revenue away from Canadian online…

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Popular Links Menu Moved

We MOVED our Popular Links menu to the left

We received a great suggestion from  a friend and mentor, Jeff Nelson, of Calgary's Anduro Marketing and Mx3 Metrics. He asked "why not move that menu to the left?" ... where it would be  more obvious, and in the line of sight. We use to have  the Popular Links menu in the right column for desktop browsers, and put it with…

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