Work and Culture


Blue Mountain Fitness and Yoga Launch Their Website

Blue Mountain Fitness and Yoga Launch Their Website
30 Mar 2012

Jessica Carson, owner and operator of Blue Mountain Fitness and Yoga, came to us in late 2011 with an urgent need for an online presence. She needed a working website and she needed it fast. Her brand new business delivers both indoor and outdoor activities as well as personal and group training sessions. Blue Mountain Fitness and Yoga offers a full range of exercise and...

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Quench Buggy: A Website That Works

Quench Buggy: A Website That Works
23 Mar 2012

Have you ever heard of Quench Buggy, the mobile water solution for outdoor festivals and events? Before long you’ll be seeing them in person as they ramp up their services and provide water for concerts and festivals all over North America. What Quench Buggy Does What Quench Buggy does is simple yet remarkable. Their water stations provide a safe, clean and mobile drinking water solution...

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Turn Your Info Into Downloadable Content

Turn Your Info Into Downloadable Content
22 Mar 2012

How much time do you spend creating content for your online business presence? Whether you’re building an effective website, managing a blog or giving away insider information through your social media accounts, one thing remains common. It’s a lot of hard work to keep new content flowing. With all that effort, it’s important that you get the most out of your materials. Using that info...

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Dragon’s Den winner Fresh Gear website launched!

19 Dec 2011

We’re excited to announce the launch of Fresh Gear Meaford, the winners of the 2011 Meaford Dragon’s Den. In October, Jamie and Grant Murray of Meaford Ontario won top prize in front of local businesses, friends and family. Included in their prize was a website design package donated by Canopy Media. The package included a full website that featured a full content management system, website...

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Just moved in, but it already feels like home

13 Oct 2011

So we’ve unpacked our boxes, set up our stations, connected with the meter man, the gas man, and everything else that relates to moving. It’s official. We’ve set up a new shop in downtown Collingwood (for our clients outside the province, that’s still Ontario). High ceilings, bright lighting, great location – we feel right at home here already. It’s been a great year for us...

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GShift Article: Turning Online Metrics into a Campaign

GShift Article: Turning Online Metrics into a Campaign
12 Oct 2011

For a long time you’ve been hearing how important it is to track the visitors to your site, where they came from, and how they behave while they’re there. Some people call it online metrics while others call it analytics. Regardless of the name the numbers are identical. So now that you have all those glorious graphs, numbers and tracking software in place just what...

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Google Documents… You Complete Me

Google Documents… You Complete Me
04 Oct 2011

What is it about Google Documents that makes it so darned appealing? Is it the the ability to sign in from any computer to see your creations, the ease of use or the features and functions of the outstanding online office suite? The answer is simple. All of the above and more. Almost every facet of Canopy Media’s daily operations is ‘touched’ by Google Documents...

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Why we use HostPapa: Award-Winning Hosting Service

Why we use HostPapa: Award-Winning Hosting Service
27 Sep 2011

You can’t have a website without some form of hosting. Larger businesses occasionally manage this themselves, but for most of us an outsourced hosting plan is cheaper and has less headaches. Generally, it’s simply not worth it to host on your own servers. Choosing a hosting service can be tricky. With multiple hosting services and providers operating across the globe today it’s tough to filter...

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What is a site map?

What is a site map?
16 Sep 2011

So, what is a site map? A site map is a list of all main topic areas of a website, as well as sub-topics, if applicable. This serves as a guide as to what content will be on the average site, and is essential to developing a consistent, easy to understand navigational system. The end-user of the website (aka your customer) must be kept in...

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