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  • NMA - Our Clients: Canadian Blast
    Baseline CMS Development Cascading Style Sheets Overview FAQ Glossary of Terms The Benefits of a Content Management System Home Clients Case Studies Case Studies Canadian Blast Text size Launched January 2010 www canadianblast com Description CIMA formerly CIRPA is the trade organization representing the independent sector of the Canadian music and sound recording industry and the collective voice of independent music in English speaking Canada Project Description Canadian Blast is a pilot project web portal created by NMA for CIMA with the support of the Ontario Media Development Corporation and Canadian Heritage Its purpose is to build a database of Canadian artists for presentation to the international music industry As the database of artists releases and performances grows CIMA is developing and integrating two online communities The first consists of independent business representatives of Canadian artists who are actively exporting Canadian music and the second is the international music buying community The portal will also incorporate an Eblast engine that will allow CIMA staff to manage targeted distribution lists of representatives by filtering their contact information properties The pilot project supports two international music expositions MIDEM in France and South by Southwest in the US Email a friend Print Feedback

    Original URL path: http://www.nma.ca/Page.asp?PageID=122&ContentID=994&SiteNodeID=222 (2014-10-22)
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  • NMA - Our Clients: CNSX Issuers Extranet
    Baseline CMS Development Cascading Style Sheets Overview FAQ Glossary of Terms The Benefits of a Content Management System Home Clients Case Studies Case Studies CNSX Issuers Extranet Text size Name CNSX Canadian National Stock Exchange www cnq ca Description CNSX is an innovative new stock exchange for trading the equity securities of emerging companies Project Description CNSX s unique web based market model matches enhanced disclosure and streamlined issuer regulation with leading edge technology and comprehensive regulatory oversight to meet the needs and characteristics of emerging companies their investors and investment dealers CNSX related bulletins notices and press releases Comprehensive Issuer company information including latest Issuer press releases A virtual Disclosure Hall that ensures the highest visibility standards and regulatory compliance in a streamlined user friendly environment This last feature the Disclosure Hall incorporates an Issuers Extranet for business managers of companies listed on the CNSX Market Once approved for listing on CNSX all Issuers have direct access to manage their company web page in the Disclosure Hall through the use of a secure extranet service For example Issuers maintain an updated list of press releases media announcements capitalization info etc through their extranet connection Email a friend Print Feedback

    Original URL path: http://www.nma.ca/Page.asp?PageID=122&ContentID=996&SiteNodeID=222 (2014-10-22)
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  • NMA - Our Clients: Survey Report 2009: How Associations are Using the Web
    the spring of 2009 Over 275 medium to large sized associations with offices in the GTA were contacted This report is a summary of current trends Please fill out the following form with your contact information to download your a copy of the 2009 Survey Report Note that we do not share your data with any outside party and it is only used for internal marketing purposes You may review

    Original URL path: http://www.nma.ca/Page.asp?PageID=1267&ContentID=1004&SiteNodeID=226 (2014-10-22)
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  • NMA - Our Clients: Survey 0305: Large Associations Web Usage
    to great advantage In total 85 of respondents felt their website was communicating effectively to both their members and to the general public This was true of all associations regardless of the number of members the number of staff or the number of years they ve had a website Website is Communicating Effectively Associations have dedicated a great deal of time and resources to making their website of value to their members Features such as event registration credit card processing member surveys and online newsletters are equally popular with association members and staff The primary benefits of a website are Effective publishing of information to members and to other interested parties Supporting and improving member activities such as events and conferences Enabling association staff to better manage their association s activities Saving time and money At the same time a large majority of respondents indicated they thought their website could be improved This is to be expected as many associations are still coming to terms with how to use make the best use of their website when to make upgrades to their website and what technologies to employ Website Could Be Improved The associations we surveyed have confirmed that the

    Original URL path: http://www.nma.ca/Page.asp?PageID=122&ContentID=661&SiteNodeID=226 (2014-10-22)
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  • NMA - Our Clients: Survey 1104: Medium and Large Association Web Usage
    medium and large sized assocations since September 2004 over 630 small medium and large sized GTA based associations have been contacted Among the types of associations included in the random sample were chambers of commerce as well as professional special interest trade and charitable organizations We found that most associations are using the web effectively but many feel the need to add more interactivity to their sites to satisfy the demands of the public and their members said Vivek Narula NMA s Marketing Manager Below are some of the interesting highlights More than half of the associations have had a website for more than 5 years While more than 85 of associations felt their website is communicating effectively to their members and the general public nearly 76 of respondents on average felt that their website could be improved Among larger associations 55 use some sort of content management system For more details about NMA s Association Website Survey click on the summary reports below About New Media Architects New Media Architects Ltd NMA offers an inexpensive and easy to use product that makes it possible for any company to maintain a professional full featured web site Baseline CMS helps organizations

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  • NMA - Our Clients: Survey 1004: Medium-Sized Associations Web Usage
    advantage Over 90 of respondents felt their website was communicating effectively to both their members and to the general public This was true of all associations regardless of the number of members the number of staff or the number of years they ve had a website Website is Communicating Effectively Associations have dedicated a great deal of time and resources to making their website of value to their members Features such as event registration credit card processing member surveys and online newsletters are equally popular with association members and staff The primary benefits of a website are Effective publishing of information to members and to other interested parties Supporting and improving member activities such as events and conferences Enabling association staff to better manage their association s activities Saving time and money At the same time a great majority of respondents indicated they thought their website could be improved This is to be expected as many associations are still coming to terms with how to use make the best use of their website when to make upgrades to their website and what technologies to employ Website Could Be Improved The associations we surveyed have confirmed that the web has been

    Original URL path: http://www.nma.ca/Page.asp?PageID=122&ContentID=612&SiteNodeID=226 (2014-10-22)
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  • NMA - Our Clients: Survey 0904: Smaller Associations Web Usage
    of respondents felt their website was communicating effectively to both their members and to the general public This was true of all associations regardless of the number of members the number of staff or the number of years they ve had a website Website is Communicating Effectively Associations have dedicated a great deal of time and resources to making their website of value to their members Features such as event registration credit card processing member surveys and online newsletters are equally popular with association members and staff The primary benefits of a website are Effective publishing of information to members and to other interested parties Supporting and improving member activities such as events and conferences Enabling association staff to better manage their association s activities Saving time and money At the same time a majority of respondents indicated they thought their website could be improved This is to be expected as many associations are still coming to terms with how to use make the best use of their website when to make upgrades to their website and what technologies to employ Website Could Be Improved The associations we surveyed have confirmed that the web has been an important part of

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  • NMA - About Us
    WORK case studies Client List Case Studies Reports support Baseline CMS Development Cascading Style Sheets Overview FAQ Glossary of Terms The Benefits of a Content Management System Tracking number 44200 Please click here to report this error or to request support This will send an email to the site administrator U ser Name P assword Forgot My Password Advanced Search About Us Our Approach Our Team Contact Us News and

    Original URL path: http://www.nma.ca/Page.asp?PageID=924&ContentID=984 (2014-10-22)
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