Vol 2, #15, April 13, 2010
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Flightnetwork.com's Price Pager program empowers Canadian consumers

Canada's first airfare price alert system emails customers when fares drop

FlightNetwork.com, one of Canada’s highest volume online travel sales sites (second only to Expedia in Canada), today, further established their commitment to deliver the lowest airfare prices online by launching the Price Pager Program on their Canadian website...bulletRead More

Flightnetwork.com is now delivering airfare specials right to your inbox.
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Microsoft Canada opens online MSN store
Purchase Microsoft products online
Convenience is now a click away when it comes to purchasing Microsoft products online. April 8 marked the launch of Microsoft Canada’s online MS Store at... bulletRead More
Colloquy unveils dramatic web redesign
Includes expert-based loyalty blog
COLLOQUY, a global provider of loyalty publishing, education and research, is now giving its readers even more timely coverage of trends, program launches ...bulletRead More
Kids looking out for kids on new website
Internet safety campaign launched in Canada
A new online Internet safety Public Service Announcement campaign created by Canadian youth for Canadian youth launched last week. Covering a wide range of important issues such as cyberbullying, sharing personal information and stranger danger, the short vignettes were created by members of Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada as part of the CanTech Digital Arts Contest sponsored by Microsoft...bulletRead More

Twitter chatter may predict movie success, study
"Tweet rate" may equal box office take
The rate of chatter on Twitter can be used to accurately predict how well a movie will perform at the box office, researchers at HP Labs have found. The researchers examined 2.89 million tweets from 1.2 million users that related to 24 different movies released over a three-month period from November 2009 to February 2010. They got their data by crawlingthe hourly feed data from Twitter...bulletRead More

Text in tips to Toronto Crime Stoppers
Campaign launched to promote new service
Toronto Crime Stoppers has launched its first campaign to promote its text-in tips service. Crime Stoppers had long been a phone-in service offering anonymity to those reporting crimes to a toll-free number. The service also now allows for online tips at its website. After soft-launching the text-in service last year, Lorne Simon , chair of Toronto Crime Stoppers, said the time had come for mass-market...bulletRead More

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