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MONEY.CA is highly ranked on yahoo google bing and youtube and is popular with social media, Canadian financial consumers and is a favorite of The Advisor Channel. MONEY represents Canadian money at the highest level. MONEY online is the destination place for the average Canadian who needs to make, save and preserve more of their hard earned wealth. We are most proud of the fact that we are a friend of, associated with and are considered a darling business firm focused on Canadian financial literacy. All of our products and services are focused on money, personal finance and financial literacy. While money concentrates on providing a simple line of business in the realm of financial advertising we endeavor to engage and facilitate exchange of knowledge and power with and to Canadian’s.

Our products and services are simple and obvious in nature with a narrow minded aim to provide good, timely and actionable news, information, insight and advice.

Welcome to The MONEY Network and the growing MONEY Vertical that is helping the average Canadian bring up the mean for all the right reasons.

MONEY.CA online with over 10,000 new, unique visitors monthly and growing exponentially.

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The Money Show for Television is on TV 2 times daily, 7 days a week in 4 provinces in Canada with regular ‘same channel – same time’ scheduling.

MONEY is online – in print – in the media – with video – and on television. What more do you want? Let us know how we can improve and how we can get MONEY working for you.

As a continuous theme we are always and connecting the dots between MONEY and the 12 core areas of personal finance.

investments – insurance – mortgages – tax – trust and estate planning – financial planning – credit
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Google admits that advertisers wasted their money on more than half of internet ads

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Online advertising is a fickle thing. It accounts for 20% of the ad industry’s total spending, and over 90% of revenue for the internet giants Google and Facebook. That said, no one seems to have any idea whether it actually works.

That uncertainty reached a new high this week, as Google announced that 56.1% of ads served on the internet are never even “in view”—defined as being on screen for one second or more. That’s a huge number of “impressions” that cost money for advertisers, but are as pointless as a television playing to an empty room.

This is not a big revelation. The web metrics company ComScore reported last year that 46% of online ads are never seen. Spider.io, an ad fraud company acquired by Google in February, has pointed out that a large portion of ads are “viewed” only by robots, revealing that one botnet of 120,000 virus-infected computers viewed ads billions of times, running up the tab for advertisers without offering them the human eyeballs they sought.

Still, the acknowledgement by a heavyweight such as Google that ad viewability is a problem could shake up the industry by delaying possible IPOs of ad companies and requiring new ways for advertisers to gauge the effectiveness of their ads.

The nineteenth-century retailer John Wanamaker famously said, “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted. The trouble is I don’t know which half.” In this case, it’s the obviously the half that pays for ads which are never seen, and now advertisers are looking for new tools to figure out which those are.

It’s worth noting that Google made this acknowledgement of the deficiency of the model it has profited richly from while also offering a new model to advertisers: In July it introduced its Active View product, which measures only viewed ads.

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MONEY a big important and meaningful subject, a lot to cover for anyone in any way shape or form. Where do you start with with a purposefully designed website like MONEY.CA. The money namesake is a great start and “Canadian Money as a focus would be a great place to begin. Not to cover everything and be all to everyone the most common ideas and concepts are central. Personal Finance everyone has it in common, it may be the difference of planning to have money and having to live without it.

Many people may be blessed with wealth and inheritance but good judgment is not often passed down with money. So if you just inherited the farm, won the lottery or are like the most of us and have to use our good judgement and rely on hard work then this is the place for you.

Whether you are a new immigrant to Canada, a student or a seasoned advisor you can still tune in to learn more. MONEY.CA online is on a continuous odyssey of learning, sharing and growing. Canadian Financial Literacy is an important area that needs attention; many have tried and more have talked about and little impact is made and the gaps still grow wider and even more unattainable.

This is Money Canada Limited’s raison d’etre to grow as a smart profitable organization that helps more  Canadian’s succeed in the local economy for a better and higher standard of living for more people sooner. To get involved and donate or contribute or collaborate learn more at money@info.ca or go to money.ca and simply tell others about a grass roots movement set to catch a-fire.

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Me and My Money – Nobody cares about me and my money like I should.

Money; how do you make, save and preserve more of your money? And that is the question of a lifetime. If everyone knew how to make, save and preserve more money and wealth they would have done it.  There are millions of millionaire’s and thousands of billionaire’s in the world so in fact what seems to be an unattainable plateau has been reached several times over.

Everyone has their own circumstances and you have heard every rags to riches story there is including the boring but true philosophy of dynastic wealth that is transferred down to family members that have little or no idea how to make, keep and not lose those hard earned dollars and assets.

If we all started from the same place the world would be even more different than the disparity we have today. Some even have greater penalties like language and skill and greater hardships are faced with business owners having to face bankruptcies and closure.

The difference between success and failure is simple “knowledge is power” if you  know and have timely information and act upon it. Often the difference between the haves and the have nots is understanding the power. the power of you. People, humans, shoppers and tax payers have evolved and most of them can read and do math and with this combined basic to advance financial literacy they try to make, save and preserve more of their hard earned wealth or inherited money.

When you don’t know you don’t know and therefore the best advice is you get what you pay for and top dollar paid for advice is one of the best things you can ever do. You may not even take the advice, it may be  a second opinion but to make or save larger amounts of money one realizes you do get what you pay for.

 

 

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MONEY® Canada Limited, a 100% Canadian owned financial media company publishes its eagerly anticipated print offering – MONEY® Magazine.

 MONEY® Magazine is has been in existence for a number of years, and is picking up its momentum now as the Canadian financial markets prepare to enter their busiest time of year. Packed with feature articles from some of Canada’s best financial writers, MONEY® Magazine hopes to capture an audience among both seasoned investors as well as those new to the investing world. Experts in the realm of Canadian Money a most important and meaningful subject matter.

With Financial Literacy as its primary goal, MONEY® Canada Limited is proud to announce this newest edition of MONEY® Magazine. Reached for a comment in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Owner and Publisher, James Dean had this to say about the awaited issue, ‘We’ve worked very hard to provide real journalism, opinion, and insight from some of Canada’s best [writers]… we’ve got something for everyone in the this issue. Real Canadians can learn a great deal from our publication.”

In addition to the great news, reviews, and interviews published for the benefit of the readers, MONEY® Magazine is also pleasing financial advertisers with this new high-gloss, high definition full color magazine. The next issue of MONEY® Magazine comes out in January 2013. Advertisers are encouraged to call MONEY® Advertising for rates and bookings 416-360-0000.

 MONEY® Canada Limited is a publisher of financial content across all media. From websites and magazines, to books, blogs, and broadcast quality video, MONEY® is Canada’s premiere choice for financial services advertising, marketing, and promotion. Canadian Money Magazine and Money Magazine online are synonymous with the MONEY Newsletter and the MONEY Magazine full four color process publication.

More about MONEY® Magazine, can be found at Money.ca

MONEY Online 30 .com Websites that sold for a lot of money

Rank Website Acquired By Price Acquisition Date
1 Aquantive Microsoft $6,333,000,000 13-Aug-2007
2 Broadcast Yahoo! $5,700,000,000 1-Apr-1999
3 Geocities Yahoo! $3,600,000,000 28-May-1999
4 Youtube Google $1,650,000,000 9-Oct-2006
5 Marketing Yahoo! Yahoo! $1,630,000,000 14-Jun-2003
6 Bebo AOL $850,000,000 13-Mar-2008
7 Tell Me Microsoft $800,000,000 14-Mar-2007
8 Club Penguin Disney $700,000,000 1-Aug-2007
9 Right Media Yahoo! $680,000,000 29-Apr-2007
10 Real Media 24/7 WPP $649,000,000 17-May-2007
11 Postini Google $625,000,000 16-Nov-2006
12 MySpace News Corp $580,000,000 18-Jul-2005
13 Adult Friend Finder Penthouse Media Group $500,000,000 11-Dec-2007
14 Mezi Media ValueClick $352,000,000 16-Jul-2007
15 Zimbra Yahoo! $350,000,000 17-Sep-2007
16 Business R.H. Donnelley $345,000,000 26-Jul-2007
17 Blue Lithium Yahoo! $300,000,000 4-Sep-2007
18 Audible Amazon $300,000,000 31-Jan-2008
19 Last FM CBS $280,000,000 30-May-2007
20 Tacoda AOL $275,000,000 24-Jul-2007
21 How Stuff Works Discovery $250,000,000 15-Oct-2007
22 Photo Bucket Fox Interactive $250,000,000 30-May-2007
23 Hitwise Experian $240,000,000 19-Apr-2007
24 Sidestep Kayak $200,000,000 20-Dec-2007
25 Fandango Comcast $200,000,000 11-Apr-2007
26 Web Dialogs IBM $161,000,000 22-Aug-2007
27 Havok Intel $110,000,000 14-Sep-2007
28 Ugo Hearst $100,000,000 24-Jul-2007
29 Feedburner Google $100,000,000 23-May-2007
30 iStock Photo Getty Images, Inc. $50,000,000 9-Feb-2006

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CA money mostly known as Canadian Money – meaning MONEY in Canada. others may think the meaning is for California Money. Just the same it is North America and the dollars although diminished in purchasing power still has significant meaning to those who hold it and to those who want it.

With companies and counties and coutries going bankrupt there is room for an honest online blog that looks at money by itself, in a different province, state or country today the idea of money is more meaningful now than ever before.  It doesn’t matter if you are from California or Canada – lets start with microeconomics and then move on to macroecomomics and include the rest of the world on how to change the economy, invest in the future and generate a higher standard of living for more people and improve the lives of the less fortunate where and when we can.

CA money lets talk about the local economy the news changes and innovations that help people learn and grow as a responsible citenzenry we can pay back with the social currency. Give what you can with what you have: money, information, time, talent or anything you or your company have to be part of the Social Media. MONEY.ca is exactly that at a time where everyone is talking about social media we have figured out what it means and how to get paid for it whilst exchanging and challenging the status quo with there time and money the public is much better served.

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Growth in the mutual fund industry has slowed down substantially, and for dealers to succeed in the highly competitive industry, they must focus on improving their technology, back office and financial planning support offerings, a recent study suggests.

Chuck Grace, a lecturer at the Richard Ivey School of Business and a management consultant with Fusion Consulting, presented results on Monday of a recent study by Fusion Consulting, a firm that focuses on investment fund distribution in Canada.

The study, completed in June, surveyed 12 mutual fund dealers and 20,000 advisors, covering 70% of the assets governed by the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada.

It found that advisors were largely satisfied with their dealers’ offerings in the areas of products, support, compensation, compliance and stability. These are all critically important offerings, most of which are correlated with asset growth and distribution network growth, and firms must continue to keep advisors satisfied in these areas to survive in the industry, according to Grace.

“You’ve just got to have it to keep up,” he said, speaking at the Univeris 2010 Summit in Toronto.

The advisors surveyed were less impressed with their dealers’ technology, front office and back office offerings.

“Technology, back office and front office appear to be the weak part of the equation,” Grace said. “The advisors are saying they’re not getting all the value they need from those three areas.”

On the front office side, he said advisors are particularly unimpressed with financial planning support from their dealers.  “No one’s doing a great job on financial planning,” he said. “No one’s delivering a lot of value or executing, and you’re all doing it the same way.”

He noted that many dealers leave the financial planning process up to advisors, in an effort to provide each advisor with flexibility in their approach. But advisors are now asking for more support.

This is one area where dealers should innovate to set themselves apart, according to Grace. “There’s an opportunity to differentiate your practice, your dealership and your advisors in the marketplace.”

Fund industry slows down

Differentiation in the industry has become critical as growth as slowed down. Fusion’s study found that mutual fund dealers experienced very little growth in net sales, distribution network growth and market share growth in the 12 months ending June 30th.

“Top line growth has stalled, and I don’t see it changing,” Grace said. “I don’t see double-digit top-line growth in your futures – not within the existing mutual fund dealership model.”

He said investment returns will decline in the years ahead, which will limit asset growth for the industry.

“Assets are going to be pretty flat by the standards that some of us grew up with in the 80s and 90s.”

Growth in the industry’s distribution network has also slowed down. And with many advisors preparing to retire in the next few years, the distribution base could begin to shrink.

Grace pointed out that the only dealers that experienced growth in their advisor networks in the past year were firms that hire rookie advisors.

“If you’re looking to grow your firm on the backs of seasoned veterans, I can’t find any evidence that it’s working,” he said.

In order for dealers to grow in this challenging environment, Grace said they should look beyond mutual funds to stocks, exchange traded funds, insurance and other products.

“If you want to grow your top line, you’re going to have to get out from underneath mutual funds,” he said. “If you don’t have access to it all, you’ve handcuffed yourself to a 2% industry. You’ve got to get beyond that if you want to see some double-digit change in your business.”

Megan Harman

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MONEY MATTERS – Bonuses Reign as Top Employee Reward, CFOs Say

TORONTO, March 2 /CNW/ – Despite lean budgets for many businesses today, most financial executives say cash is king in recognizing their teams’ hard work. Thirty-four per cent of chief financial officers (CFOs) interviewed for the Accountemps survey cited bonuses as the most effective way to acknowledge a job well done. Another 28 per cent of CFOs, however, indicated that they do not reward employees after major projects.

The survey was developed by Accountemps, the world’s first and largest specialized staffing service for temporary accounting, finance and bookkeeping professionals. It was conducted by an independent research firm and includes responses from more than 270 CFOs from a stratified random sample of Canadian companies with more than 20 employees.

CFOs were asked, “Which of the following do you feel is most effective in rewarding your accounting team after major projects?” Their responses:

    Bonus  ..................................................       34%
    Time off  ...............................................       15%
    Departmental lunch or social gathering  .................       11%
    Tickets to sporting or entertainment events  ............        8%
    Do not reward  ..........................................       28%
    Don't know/no answer  ...................................        3%
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                                                                    99%(*)
    ((*) Survey does not equal 100 due to rounding)

“Offering bonuses for a job well done can be an effective way to motivate and retain employees,” said Kathryn Bolt, president of Accountemps’ Canadian operations. “For those workers taxed with additional responsibilities as a result of staff cutbacks, offering recognition demonstrates that their contributions are valued.”

Bolt acknowledged that bonuses may not be feasible for some firms. “While some companies may be challenged in offering compensation-based rewards, investing in budget-friendly recognition programs will help motivate staff and protect companies from the threat of employees leaving as the economy improves.”

About the Survey

The Canadian study was developed by Accountemps, a division of Robert Half International and the world’s first and largest specialized staffing service for temporary accounting, finance and bookkeeping professionals. It was conducted by an independent research firm and is based on more than 270 telephone interviews with CFOs from a random sample of Canadian companies with 20 or more employees.

About Accountemps

Accountemps has more than 360 offices worldwide and offers online job search services at www.accountemps.com. Follow Accountemps for workplace news at twitter.com/accountemps.

For further information: Kristie Perrotte, (416) 350-2330, kristie.perrotte@rhi.com