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Vancouver restaurateurs take on the reign of Yelp

Online reviewing platform Yelp has changed the way we decide where to eat and where to shop—turning everyone and their neighbour into a published critic. But is that a good thing?

Digital | Food & Drink

Why Yellow Pages bought Vancouver and Western Living magazines

Plus, CEO Julien Billot explains why B.C. is a special market for the directory company

Mergers & Acquisitions | Digital

Infographic: Should your business be on Facebook? Instagram?

Yes, you need to be on social media–but no, not all of them

Social Media | Digital | How-To

How local satire website The Syrup Trap became a Facebook star

A bite-sized Vancouver-based humour site is hitting home runs on Facebook

Social Media | Digital
TransLink and Twitter | BCBusiness

At TransLink, tweeting is a full-time job (and that's a good thing)

How Vancouver’s beleaguered transit authority became a Twitter star

Social Media | Research | Lower Mainland
The Lego Movie | BCBusiness

The Lego Movie Sequel to be produced in Vancouver

Plus, the next step on the path to LNG prosperity and fighting false imprisonment in China

Politics & Policy | Legal

The rise of Reddit (and its influence in Vancouver)

The once obscure online forum is playing an increasingly important role in city politics, even business

Social Media | Lower Mainland
Hootsuite's Rob Begg | BCBusiness

How to avoid corporate social media disasters (in 3 steps)

Hootsuite’s Rob Begg lays out the three things every employer needs to know about managing social media

Social Media | How-To
Telus's social media team | BCBusiness

Inside Telus's social media strategy

For faceless telcos like Telus, social media allows for rare one-on-one connections

Social Media | Digital

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