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Riding the A.I. Wave: Transforming Website Content Generation

Hey there, fellow content creators! Have you ever found yourself staring at a blank screen, grappling with writer’s block, and wishing for a magic wand to conjure up engaging website content? Well, guess what? The future is now, and it comes in the form of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) revolutionizing the way we generate website content. As a content creator navigating the ever-evolving digital landscape, I’ve witnessed firsthand the game-changing impact of A.I. on content generation. Gone are the days of…

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The Crucial Role of Keyword Research in Content Strategy

In the vast and dynamic realm of digital content, one term that consistently takes center stage is “keyword research.” It’s not just a buzzword; it’s a powerful compass guiding content creators through the labyrinth of the internet. As someone deeply immersed in the world of online content, I can’t stress enough the importance of meticulous keyword research and how it can make or break your digital presence. At its core, keyword research is the art and science of identifying the…

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Loving My WordPress Install Out of the Grave

I love WordPress. Like, more than the average user. When I started my code-monkey journey as a 20 year old starry eyed *nix acolyte I had ZERO respect for any platform which generated content. I was all “If you can’t code, get out of the business”. That was dumb. Probably no one needs to hear this anymore, but I’m not exactly doling out advice here, just telling my story. See, I didn’t have YouTube tutorials to teach me CSS or…

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Does Facebook Penalize your Brand for Mentioning COVID?

This is a sticky one. I was a little nervous about even posting it, because I might get a taste of FB jail, but whatever, I’ll roll the dice. It seems that Facebook is super concerned about misinformation these days and I don’t blame them. Society is basically using the instruments of social media to regulate each other so it stands to reason that Meta’s flagship platform is being scrutinized. The Jury is not exactly “in” on this conversation but…

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The Intersection of AI and Social Media

The advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has begun to dramatically reshape various aspects of our lives, with social media being one of the most influential domains. This blog post explores how AI is likely to influence social media, delving into the potential benefits, challenges, and implications for users and businesses alike. From personalized content to ethical considerations, we’ll uncover the multifaceted impact AI is poised to have on the digital social landscape. AI’s most noticeable impact on social media is…

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The Scary Cat and Optimal Load-Times!

Our imaginations are wild!  I have an Aunt on Facebook who loves to share a really weird “Sticker”. It’s this cat with psycho eyes who puts his thumb up and glares.  The eyes are really scary.  The word “GOOD” appears above his head.  I think Facebook put it up for people to use ironically, but of course, my Aunt just uses it.  The horror show I am describing is pictured below.   I get a kick out of this thing,…

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Facebook’s Weird New Privacy Request

I have said it many times… I’ve even written it before .  I don’t expect much privacy when I swim with the sharks (Google and Facebook).  I think we all feel the same.  Not knowing exactly which data they are collecting, or how they plan to use it is discomforting.  Every time I use “voice to text”, I wonder if Google is creating an enormous backlog of recordings.  Maybe, one day, I’ll get an email that says I owe Google…

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What is Re-Marketing?

Web design has a lot of buzz words. So many, that I sometimes feel kind of grossed out after listening to the leaders in this industry talk.  There is something so phony about the way a 21 year old sounds saying “mockup” or “brand”.  I find that as developers become a little older, they become less annoying to listen to.  Some of my favorite podcasters and writers are the  experts who don’t jump to the buzz words.  Plain English is really…

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Bike Theft and Fundraiser on Central Ave

The Canadian Mental Health Association is downtown in Prince Albert, raising funds and promoting Mental Health Week, with their #GetLoud campaign.  So if you’re working in the downtown area, have $3.50 in your pocket then come out and support this local and national organization. They’re serving up BBQ at 1320 Central Ave, Prince Albert, SK S6V 4W3.   Also, the police were involved in a disagreement over a bicycle, right next to the Fundraiser, which, if I’m honest, is the…

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Canadian Mental Health Week Kicks off in Prince Albert!

  It’s noon hour on Central Avenue, in Prince Albert.  While most of us are heading out to lunch, a group of people can be heard, chanting, in the street.  They’re loud, really loud.  Hard to ignore, so I run up to the edge of the roof-top parkade and look down to see more than twenty people, stopped at a crosswalk, in front of the Canada Building.  They have signs, but only one which I can read.  It says “End…

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