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Hi! We are Logikal Code and this is our blog! It's a great spot to keep up-to-date with our latest work, ideas, team musings and what's happening in and around the industry!
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Guest Post – Dial an SEO: 10 Answers to your SEO Questions

June 20, 2017 - SEO, Web

Never has an industry been more plagued by hearsay and rumour than SEO. People rush to declare SEO ‘dead’ and ‘irrelevant’ one day, praising its merits the next. It’s an industry that is often misunderstood, and it also holds some pretty divisive characters. There are…

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Guest Post – 8 Ways Technology is Improving Your Health

May 18, 2017 - Misc., Tech

* We’d like to thank our friends at Positive Health Wellness for sharing this great blog post for us to share with our audience!   We hear all the time about how technology is bad for us. Since the introduction of computers, we spend more time…

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Considerations as CASL Private Right of Action Approaches

February 23, 2017 - Marketing, Social Media, Web

* We’d like to thank our friend, Richard B. Newman of Hinch Newman LLP, for contributing another fantastic blog post and sharing with our audience! “SPAM mail”, what does that even mean? Spam mail is defined as irrelevant or unsuitable information sent via email to a large amount of…

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Blackstone Subject of First CRTC Compliance and Enforcement Decision on CASL

January 3, 2017 - Marketing, Web

* We’d like to thank our friend, Richard B. Newman of Hinch Newman LLP, for contributing another fantastic blog post and sharing with our audience! In the United States, the federal CAN-SPAM Act sets the rules for commercial email, establishes requirements for commercial messages, gives recipients the right to…

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Guest Post – Get the Most Out of Cold Emailing: Why Personal Means Better

November 29, 2016 - Marketing, Web

* We’d like to thank our friend, Andrew Lowen of Next Level Web, for contributing a valuable blog post for us to share with our audience! Do you want to generate more leads for your business? Cold emails could be a great idea. However, how do you get your…

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Guest Post – CRTC Announces Most Recent CASL Compliance Enforcement Decision

October 17, 2016 - Marketing, Web

* We’d like to thank our friend, Richard B. Newman of Hinch Newman LLP, for contributing to another fantastic blog post and sharing with our audience! CASL Background  It is no secret that Canada’s anti-SPAM legislation is extremely restrictive when it comes to commercial electronic messages.  In short, CASL…

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Guest Post – Seventh Circuit Tosses Terms Contained in Scrollable Window

September 21, 2016 - Marketing, Web

* We’d like to thank our new friend, Richard B. Newman of Hinch Newman LLP, for contributing to our blog and sharing with our audience! ** NOTE – While this content is specific to the United States of America, it is still relevant to Canadians as our laws are…

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Who Liked My Facebook Page?

August 15, 2016 - Social Media

It’s great that you’ve set up a Facebook business page in order to connect with your current and prospective clients. You’ve recognized the importance of social media – good for you! We don’t say this in jest, either! Believe it or not, there are many out there who…

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1 Camera, 1 Man, and a Monkey

July 21, 2016 - Misc., Social Media, Web

How many of you remember the story of UK photographer, David J. Slater? For those who don’t, Slater has, for years now, been embroiled in a copyright battle relating to the infamous “monkey selfie”. Back in 2011, he travelled to Indonesia with the intention of capturing the Celebes crested macaque, an old…

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You Might Be an Internet Thief If…

April 7, 2016 - Misc., Web

Freebooting: the practice of stealing online media content – typically video – and re-hosting it on your own channel or platform without permission “Freebooting” is a term that finds its origins from within the YouTube community, a network that traditionally serves as the preferred resource…

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