Canadian Digital Marketing Insights from Sue Sutcliffe, Canadian Digital Marketing Specialist since 1995

February 8th is Safer Internet Day

Safe Internet Day

We’ve been following Safer Internet Day via hashtags #SaferInternetDay and we are very pleased to hear all the conversation around this very important topic. Also pleased to discover a treasure trove of resources – from across the Insafe network of Safer Internet Centres and beyond on Safer Internet Day that we just had to share including:  The Canadian … Continue reading “February 8th is Safer Internet Day”

February is Black History Month ✊🏿

Black History Month

I honour the living history of Black Canadians by remembering the events and ongoing legacy of slavery and segregation; celebrating the contributions and resilience of Black Canadians and challenging anti-Black racism everytime I have the opportunity to do so. My business — World Event Center — also sponsors events that raise Black Canadians up and … Continue reading “February is Black History Month ✊🏿”

January 21, 2021 is Get to Know Your Customers Better

Get To Know Your Customers Day

18 Ways To Get to Know Your Customers Better #GetToKnowYourCustomersDay Today is Get to Know Your Customers Day a holiday that is held on the third Thursday of each quarter (January, April, July, October). Although I suspect this to be a made-up holiday, I agree whole-heartedly that three months is the longest you want to … Continue reading “January 21, 2021 is Get to Know Your Customers Better”

January 17, 2021 is Martin Luther King Jr Day ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿

Martin Luther King Day

Martin Luther King Day is marked every year on the third Monday in January to honour Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK), a Baptist minister and social activist who is known for his contributions to the American civil rights movement in the 1960s. His iconic 1963 speech “I Have a Dream” Speech became one of the … Continue reading “January 17, 2021 is Martin Luther King Jr Day ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿”

What do they mean by Top Level Domain?

Domain Name(s)

Although there are many domain extensions now, prior to the creation of ICANN in 1998, there were only seven generic top-level domains. They are: .com (commercial) administered by Verisign The most popular domain extension by far. .org (organization) administered by Public Interest Registry Intended for use by non-profit organizations but open to anyone .net (network) … Continue reading “What do they mean by Top Level Domain?”