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CASACOM’S WEEKLY WRAP-UP – OUR TOP COMMUNICATIONS STORIES

Before enjoying the weekend, sit back, relax and read up on how Google has updated its Consumer Barometer, how to navigate jargon and why we must pause before responding to messages: Consumers: Google has updated its Consumer Barometer tool with more consumer information for 2014 and a...

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CASACOM’S WEEKLY WRAP-UP

Press Releases: Many of us have heard countless of times that traditional media (newspapers to television advertising) is dying or that it has died. However, traditional media is still around and has expanded since the arrival of the Internet. In fact, traditional press releases are still...

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Wikipedia: Best Practices to change your company’s page

Wikipedia, a free content Internet encyclopedia that allows anyone to edit pages, has grown in influence over the years. With its 450 million monthly visitors accessing more than 20 billion pages, Wikipedia is the most important reference website, following Google. However, because anyone can edit or...

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OUR WEEKLY COMMUNICATIONS WRAP-UP

Before enjoying the weekend, sit back, relax and read up on how social media is reshaping the news, why young people are more open to brands and how you can get a client in the news through your pitches. Social Media: About 5,000 digital news sector...

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CASACOM’S TOP THREE COMMUNICATIONS STORIES OF THE WEEK

Media: What would you say if there was a tax on YouTube? On Monday, the Ontario government recommended that a new tax should be imposed on YouTube, Netflix and other foreign-owned internet video providers. Kevin Finnerty, the assistant deputy minister for Ontario’s Ministry or Tourism,...

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