Snoop Dogg Releases Cannabis Line in Colorado

This week, famous rapper and cannabis aficionado Snoop Dogg signed a deal partnering with the LivWell chain of legal cannabis dispensaries in Colorado to begin selling his own series of Snoop branded marijuana strains. According the media representatives present at the release party, Snoop was a gracious host and gladly partook of his own positively reviewed strains…

Cannabis Businesses, Keep Your Password Secure!

In our experience, the number one way people get hacked is by simply having a bad password. There are a number of tools available to hackers that can make it very easy to “guess” a password. Once someone obtains your password, they may have access to any of your online data including private personal information and financial records…

Oregon: Next State to Legalize Weed

Marijuana became legal in Oregon on Wednesday — but recreational pot shops won’t open there for three months or longer. The Legislature is on track to approve temporary legal weed sales through the existing medical marijuana dispensary system, beginning Oct. 1. With the vote last fall, the state became the fourth to legalize weed, after Colorado, Washington and Alaska…

New Cannabis Edibles Rules Roll Out This Week

Starting as of Monday, February 1st of this year, Colorado’s State Marijuana Enforcement division released its new rules regarding packaging and labeling for cannabis edibles. While part of the resolution has been a campaign geared toward personal responsibility via the form of billboards advertising to keep “adult and prescription” products locked away from children, a new labeling restriction policy hopes to aid in preventing serious cannabis edible mix-ups…

5 Reasons to Update Your Cannabis Business’ Web Presence

If you don’t have a cannabis website, you could potentially be missing out on connecting with 60% of your potential customers. Having a social media presence helps tremendously as well. However, simply having a couple of social media accounts doesnt compare to having a website work as your central hub…