Vol 1, #37, November 23, 2009
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Stats show Canadian travelers prefer to compare travel rates through online agencies
Expedia.ca and WestJet top choices for online vacation planning

Canada is home to one national airline (Air Canada), a major regional carrier (Westjet), a few low cost carriers and international competition on international routes. One might expect Canadians to head directly to AirCanada.com to make bookings, however, Hitwise data reveal that Canadians continue to compare deals across carriers, in particular using online travel agencies...bulletRead More

Expedia.ca is Canada's number one pick when it comes to booking travel online.
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How to expand audiences & grow your profits online
Quantivo empowers online media
Quantivo, the leader in on-demand Behavioral Analytics, announced last week that Quantivo for Online Media, a complete behavioral analytics solution that includes 22 of the most critical online media audience behavior insights ... bulletRead More
Beer and wine lovers unite in online community
Leading-edge myNSLC.com launched
Cactus Commerce has announced that Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) has officially launched its new website myNSLC.com. With 160 stores and more than a half billion dollars of sales annually, the NSLC wanted ...bulletRead More
TVO injects literacy into the Twitterverse Author to Tweet new work of fiction
TVO has enlisted award-winning Canadian author Tish Cohen, to inject a literary voice into the emoticon-, acronym-riddled Twitterverse and to show that literacy is alive and well in the digital age. Beginning today, Cohen will tweet her newest work of fiction in its entirety, 140 characters at a time, to support the world premiere of Empire of the Word, airing on TVO starting Wednesday, November 25.The four-part TVO-commissioned epic documentary series depicts the 5,000-year evolution...bulletRead More

This week's top 10 most popular search terms
Results show social media is still top of mind
This week’s Hitwise Canada top 10 list of the most popular search terms shows that social media is still top of mind for many internet users. In fact, seven of the top 10 search terms invloved the popular social media sites Facebook and YouTube. Classifieds site Kijiji also made the list at number five. Yahoo! and dating site Plenty of Fish rounded out the list. The search terms were ranked by the number of clicks logged by Canadian online users for the last twelve weeks ending November 21...bulletRead More

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