Category Archives: Writing

How to make iFrames auto-resize to 100% height based on content

Do you need to ensure your iframe’s height is always set to 100% of the height of the content you are embedding? If so, keep on reading. This page contains freely-usable code for responsive iFrames. iFrame height will adjust based … Continue reading

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How we did it: Top Tasks analysis on the LexisNexis website

Introduction Have you ever wondered if your website is truly helping your visitors accomplish their goals? It is usually challenging to find out. Often, the opinions of your coworkers, managers, and complaining customers are the ones you hear the loudest. … Continue reading

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Default field mappings (Pardot and Salesforce integration)

Here are some notes about the initial sync that occurs between Pardot and Salesforce (SFDC). When you first enable and validate the Salesforce Connector in Pardot, a synch will begin automatically. You will not have a chance to define how … Continue reading

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Search keywords n-gram analysis tool

This is an n-gram analysis tool for search keywords from Google Webmaster Console. Simply copy the query and frequency (of clicks, or impressions) into the “Input field”. What makes this tool unique is that it takes into account the weighed … Continue reading

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[video] Online marketing tips for small businesses

On August 31st, 2017 I was invited to present to the StartUp Here Toronto community. I spoke about online marketing tips for new businesses. A recording of the presentation is available below:

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Electrical bill for 100 Wellesley St. East – Toronto, Canada

How much can a renter expect to pay for electricity in Downtown Toronto? Back in January 2016, my pregnant wife and I moved in to a new 2 bedroom apartment at 100 Wellesley St. East in Toronto. Soon after, we … Continue reading

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Creating a Choropleth with Google Maps and GeoJSON

This tutorial will teach you how to create a choropleth map that can be posted on a website. A choropleth map – also known as a heatmap – allows you to divide a map into geographical areas, and give each area a color … Continue reading

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