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15 Tools to Help Speed Up Your Website

By   /  July 29, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

The speed at which a Website loads is paramount to maintaining a positive user experience and, as we learned last year, has a direct impact on the site’s organic search rankings on Google.

The search giant’s recent beta launch of its Page Speed Servi…

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Only One Month In, Google Plus Shows Promise For Online Marketers

By   /  July 28, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

It may have only launched a mere month ago, but Google Plus is already showing signs of promise to online marketers, especially in its ability to drive traffic to other Websites.

Google’s brand new social product has a long way to go before it poses …

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Google’s AdWords Express Targets Small Businesses

By   /  July 27, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

In its ongoing quest to capture more local ad dollars, Google yesterday announced the launch of AdWords Express, a simplified version of their search advertising platform. This new advertising product aims to streamline the process of purchasing searc…

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Led by LinkedIn, Social Recruiting Continues to Grow [Infographic]

By   /  July 26, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

As anyone who’s hired or been hired for a job in the last few years knows, social media is now a standard fixture of the recruiting process. We’re constantly seeing data come out showing that sites like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook play an increasing…

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What Are the Best Web Tools For Running Your Business? [Infographic]

By   /  July 26, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

best-vendor-logo.pngFor small businesses and startups, the selection of Web-based tools available for things like communication, productivity, finance and IT is seemingly limitless, with new products launching left and right each week.

In a recent survey, business app advice startup BestVendor asked 550 startup executives and managers which tools they most preferred for a variety of business-related functions.

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Some of the results are not terribly shocking: Google Apps owned the email category, Quickbooks was biggest for accounting, Salesforce for CRM and Dropbox for file storage.

The survey drilled a bit deeper into categories like productivity, development, finance and and design and also included a few “hidden gems” you may not have been familiar with.

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Launch an Online Store and Collect Payments Right Now With WePay

By   /  July 25, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

Recognizing what a true pain setting up an eCommerce solution can be for small businesses, a number of startups have launched products that aim to simplify the process. PintPay, Chargify, Recurly and CheddarGetter are a few of the that enable sites to …

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Google Plus Business Profiles Are Coming Q3, Analytics and All

By   /  July 24, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

Companies clamoring to build a presence on Google’s new social network have a few more months to wait. Business profiles are coming to Google Plus around the third quarter of this year, according to a story on VentureBeat.

While Google hasn’t reveale…

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6 Effective Ways to Get More Instagram Followers

By   /  July 22, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

For a service that is only officially available on a single platform (iOS), Instagram sure is doing well. In less than 10 months of existence, it has managed to gain 6 million users, and its growth shows no sign of slowing down.

While using the ser…

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Solution Brief: Optimize Virtualization Performance and Security with vSphere 5.0 and Intel E7 Processors

By   /  July 22, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

vmware_intel_logos.jpgThe value of data center virtualization continues to grow. In this solution brief, we explore how VMware vSphere 5.0 running on the Intel Xeon processor E7 family delivers world-record virtualization performance, while providing breakthrough scalability and high-availability for mission-critical enterprise computing on four-socket, eight-socket, and larger servers.

For more information, view the free solution brief from VMWare and Intel below.

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Solution Brief: VMWare vSphere 5.0 and the Intel Xeon Processor E7 Family

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Find (or Host) a Local Co-Working Space With Loosecubes

By   /  July 20, 2011  /  General, Technology, Web  /  No Comments

Technology may be enabling an increasingly mobile, untethered workforce, but many people still need productive, office-like environments in which to get things done. If working from home or a coffee shop just doesn’t cut it, there’s always the option …

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