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Welcome to Saltmedia, a proudly Indigenous-certified, Indigenous-owned marketing agency in Canada! Data Sovereignty We specialize in creating distinctive websites and providing exceptional marketing and communications. Our commitment to data sovereignty is a key part of our service, ensuring that we securely store your data within Canada. Our two private data centers make this possible. These […]
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Successful SEO for B2B involves teaching search engines like Google that your website is the best choice for specific people conducting specific searches.
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Data sovereignty refers to the right of individuals and communities to control and manage their own data. This concept has gained significant attention in recent years, particularly in the context of Indigenous people who have experienced historical mistreatment and oppression by external powers.   Data Sovereignty and Indigenous People in Canada  The importance of data sovereignty […]
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Website optimization means doing the things that will make your website work for your business. Although there are some specifics that will be unique to your business, there are also some key actions that apply to every website. 
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Businesses must be flexible to survive. With internet marketing, that might mean something as small as switching which social media channels you advertise on, or as large as re-doing your entire website to make sure you’re showing up on searches and customers can buy directly from your site.
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People frequently make the decision between two competing companies based on how the website design looks. And when a future client does a Google search and sees your page pop up at the top of their results, they’re far more likely to click on your link and convert to becoming a loyal, paying client.
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On-page SEO (also known as on-site SEO) is all about optimizing individual web pages to improve rankings and traffic.
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Hi all,  This year, World Suicide Prevention Day (#WSPD) falls on Saturday, September 10, 2022. It hits home for me every year.   Suicide is not just about those who die. It’s about those who survive and those who remain. This is my story…  My dad died by suicide when I was in Grade 7. As […]
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Why Build a Data Center in Edmonton? Data storage is created equal, right? Nope! Not at all! Where you store your data matters—especially if you’re a regulated industry, need optimal loading times, or can’t afford a long site outage (to name just a few of the benefits). That’s why Saltmedia undertook the mammoth process of […]
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Are you always worried about making mistakes when you need to write something? Then I’ve got good news for you! Lots of old writing rules just don’t apply anymore. And these business writing tips are all about which rules you can toss! Do you have flashbacks of an old English teacher every time you sit […]
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Follow these SEO tips for your small business: Build a relationship with Google Claim your Google My Business page Have a great user experience (UX) Avoid cheap tricks Put keywords to work Backlinks are fun! Write a good meta description Add alt text to all images Write for humans and search engines Almost every small […]
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Our office will be closed September 30 to Honour the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation The staff and family of Saltmedia and IT Horizons are dedicating this day—and every September 30—to give respect to the Indigenous peoples of Canada and to work towards the necessary goal of truth and reconciliation. We acknowledge that this […]
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Saltmedia Inc operates on the traditional territory of Treaty 8 in what is now known as Grande Prairie. We value the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit who lived and cared for this land long before Canada was founded, and we recognize that it is a privilege to operate our business here.

Our Prince George site operates on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh.

We are grateful to the Elders and Knowledge Keepers who are with us today, and those who’ve gone before us.