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Internet Listing Services Finding Niche in College Markets

April 10th, 2014

RentSan Marcos, TX: The day has come where students no longer have to search the dreaded Craig’ List posts in order to find a place to live. That means no more SPAM from oversea kings trying to get your bank account number and no more apartment locators trying to steal your business. College students in San Marcos, TX are very thankful for a new Internet start up, StudentRentIt.com.

“Searching for an apartment has never been easy. It’s 2014 and people still dread finding an apartment. That isn’t right.” Brenden Martin, CEO of StudentRentIt, LLC said regarding the search process. He is right, as I look back on my apartment searching days, I vividly remember hating every second of it. The entire weekend was wasted driving around town, dealing with cheesy salesman and never finding exactly what I wanted. Why was it so hard to find an apartment?

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Why Ranking #1 on Google Could be a Bad Thing

April 3rd, 2014

bad-rankIf you read this heading a second time wondering why being #1 on Google could be a bad thing, you have read it correctly.

Every day, organizations turn to SEO companies to manage the search engine optimization of their website and the first statement they make is, “we want to be number one on Google”.  As an SEO agent or consultant, you obviously want to tell your client no problem and give them the reassurance they will be right up there but your answer should be along the lines of, “for what search term do you want to be number one?” Every time you ask your clients this question, the odds are good that they don’t have the answer or if they do, are they necessarily the right terms to be ranking for?

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The Point Of Sale Touch Screen: All That You Need to Know

March 28th, 2014

posThe Concept and Functionality of Epos Touch Screen

Electronic Point of Sale, shortened as EPOS, is a digital touch screen terminal with the ability to access a variety of functions. Physically, it ordinarily appears as a flat screen LSD. In its functionality, an EPOS touch screen resembles many other point of sale terminals by presenting control keys virtually. Just like modern mobile phones and touchpads, the monitor has sensors that are attentive to the user’s contact.

EPOS touch screen systems, which are sometimes termed POS systems or tills, form a platform which can help a business improve the way it is run. By allowing the business manager to have a more efficient grasp on many tasks, they offer an attractive degree of control. Options are twofold: embedded or computer-based.

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Business Directory | Discover B2B

March 22nd, 2014

business partnership - puzzleDiscover B2B is an online business directory for worldwide trade in all industries. Discover B2B directory puts your company and website in front of thousands of customers in your industry shopping for your products and services. Discover B2B Directory is a centralized online directory for small business, corporate businesses, and entrepreneurs and CEO’s, to expand your company and increase sales. Discover B2B directory maintains the largest and most complete database listings of companies around the world.

Buyers link to your website directly, call you or send a detailed RFQ with their specific requirements. We deliver leads and new customers; while you focus on what important’s, growing your business!

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Seven Reasons you need to move to the Cloud

March 22nd, 2014

cloudA decision to move to the cloud can be tough for a small business to make. It can take a lot of software to run a small business, so giving up the boxes and disks can be a difficult and sometimes hard to justify. The most important thing about a move to the cloud is to understand the benefits and the drawbacks.

In this short article we’ll touch on seven reasons your company should already be making the move to the cloud, and what you’ll gain from it. If you’ve enjoyed this article, check out our other article at http://cloudlinkerp.com/?page_id=2, and learn “How to use the Cloud to make it Rain Money.” The title is bold and obnoxious, but we believe that any small business, who hasn’t already started to move to the cloud, is missing out on money their company could be making.

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Parlacom Surpasses 200,000 Simcards and Leads Brazil Communications as M2M Market Booms

March 15th, 2014

m2mBrazil is the sixth-largest economy in the world, creating a significant demand for M2M services. With a growing interest in M2M solutions for sectors like e-health, security, and vehicle tracking, analysts are certain that the M2M market in Brazil will consolidate the high-growth phase, in 2014. Parlacom is well positioned in the market, with more than 200,000 M2M simcards currently managed in Brazil. With thousands of customers relying on the M2M platform, and connectivity with all mobile carriers, Parlacom is now one of the largest M2M companies in the country.

In a world where technology is rapidly changing, only a few companies can rise to the top and showcase a true vision for future connectivity. Parlacom is one of those rare gems with a laser focus on customer satisfaction and the most customized M2M solutions for Brazil’s industries.

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