07Sep
By: Keith Holloway On: September 07, 2016 In: Articles & News Comments: 0
20Jun
By: Martin Millican On: June 20, 2016 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

The shift in control began gradually enough not to notice. At first, the web browser provided access to mostly static websites. The next big shift came when Google provided easy access to all the information on the web and used that position to disrupt advertising. Apple shifted control further...

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18May
By: Keith Holloway On: May 18, 2016 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

How many automated marketing software products does your team use? Seven? 15? 32? Not sure? If you’re like most CMOs and CEOs, your mind likely started with your Customer Relationship Management (CRM) tool, then your e-commerce system, your Content Management System (CMS), social media, email marketing, marketing automation, programmatic...

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02May
By: Shiv Narayanan On: May 02, 2016 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

By Shiv Narayanan, Wild Apricot One of the biggest corporate acquisitions of 2015 was LinkedIn’s $1.5 billion purchase of Lynda.com — the online education giant offering courses and training to foster the development of a wide range of professional skills. The scope of the Lynda.com acquisition isn’t surprising, as...

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27Jan
By: Mark Hendriske On: January 27, 2016 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

One of the oldest travel companies in Canada, Brewster Travel has been based in Banff, Alberta for more than a century. We now serve over 1.4 million customers each year in Banff and the Canadian Rockies through our four major lines of business: travel planning, transportation, hospitality and attractions....

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10Sep
By: Keith Holloway On: September 10, 2015 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

In the weeks and days leading up to the implementation of the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) last summer, millions of consent-request emails were sent out by a vast array of businesses seeking “Express Consent” from Canadians to continue receiving ‘commercial electronic messages’ (CEMs) from the senders. The reality is...

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By: Martin Millican On: July 20, 2015 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

Last year, the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) went into effect, which means this year many valid email addresses will become off limits, not only for spammers but for businesses, too. It is generally understood that businesses and organizations have three years to upgrade their existing email contacts from implied...

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By: Keith Holloway On: April 30, 2015 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

In the weeks and days leading up to the implementation of the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) this past summer, millions of consent-request emails were sent out by a vast array of companies, non-profit organizations and associations seeking “Express Consent” from Canadians to continue receiving ‘commercial electronic messages’ (CEMs) from...

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By: Keith Holloway On: July 17, 2014 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

Integrated upgrade to Envoke Email ‘pay-as-you-go’ hosted email marketing platform TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Jul 4, 2014) – Envoke.com, a Toronto-based service provider and developer of permission-based automated marketing solutions for more than a decade, today launched new CASL software features for its hosted email marketing platform to improve permission...

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By: barry On: January 08, 2013 In: Articles & News Comments: 0

This is the first in a series of posts on Canada’s new Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). Are you ready for Canada’s new anti-spam law?  Bill C-28 – passed in December 2010 – is expected to come into effect later this year.  While the exact date has not yet been announced,...

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