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Lots of ways to do this, including many that I'm sure I don't know about. One place to start would be to research local search volume for "Sushi", "Sushi restaurant(s)", and related phrases -- both in Canada and within comparable regions outside of Canada (especially the USA). You'd want to pay...

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Google Analytics is the best free tool out there for this. Make sure that you are focusing your report on conversions - how many/what percentage of website visitors are taking action (filling out a form, buying a product, etc.). If you're interested in paying for help, you should check out Moz ...

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Hi: Sounds like you have a potential solution to offer to the marketplace. Or is it a service that clients can plug into existing processes? It's great that you've developed the requisitie experience and skills, but whether you're offering a solution or service, you now need to spin your thinking...

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I would start with google analytics. If you configure it correctly you can get quite far down the line for free. Once you start seeing revenue and need more detail you can move over to one of the more premium or paid for systems.

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Good morning, this is a loaded question. Try breaking it down into a few more strategic questions relevant to your current development stage. Or give one of us a call, there are experts here like myself who have worked with startups on your similar market and or might know how to tackle your curr...

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There are few online tools which allows you to analyze competitor ad space. I would suggest 2 tools SEMrush.com and Adgooroo.com.Both tools will provide very specific information about their organic search, paid search, backlinks, display advertising, top keywords, and main competitors. There a...

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Hi: To start, think concentric circles: * At the core, you have those you know well in the space—individuals who will take your call, most likely be your first customers and, hopefully, will be your champions. * Next ring out, you have acquaintances—people you have met briefly at conferences, i...

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The best way to learn is by starting a company yourself. This could be anything from a web development company, e-commerce or even a lemonade stand! The second best way to learn is to work closely with another entrepreneur, either at a startup or as an assistant to the CEO/executive. It's import...

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