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Top Three Things That Customers Want to See on Your Website

These days, there is a myriad of different ways to use the internet for marketing your company. The internet offers plenty of avenues to reach your customers (and catch potential customers), so not taking advantage of everything it has to offer means your marketing strategies are weak and behind on the times. If you already […]

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Is TV or Online Advertising More Effective?

What’s the most effective way of advertising your business? You want to get your name out there, sure, but what’s the more effective way to do it: TV or Internet marketing? There are a number of different TV commercial advertising and online marketing strategies, and your best bet is to contact a media planning group […]

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How to Market Your Business in the Digital Age

Advertising these days is just not what it used to be. Now, it’s much less Don Draper glamour and much more related to the knowledge and use of technology. If you’re behind on the times and don’t know how to market your company in the digital age, here are some helpful tips to get you […]

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The Importance of Having Vehicle Camera Systems in Local Police Agency Cars

The recent police shooting in Ferguson, MO has pinned the general public against local police agencies as the two sides are in disagreement about whether or not the officer’s actions were justified. Citizens all over the country, but especially local residents of Ferguson, were particularly outraged when local police released a surveillance video showing the […]

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How Different Countries Handle the Threat of Online Piracy

Americans are used to a country with relative lax rules regarding internet usage. There is very little access barred, even if the sites in question are privy to illegal actions. In the U.S., a site is typically accessible until a court rules that the website itself is engaging in impermissionable behavior: at this point, the […]

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There’s a New Social Media Aggregator In Town

Nowadays, people are using their smartphones to tweet, post, update, snap, and hashtag. With so many different things going on in social media it can be pretty hard to keep track of everything our friends, family, and favorite brands are doing. However, one social media marketing agency is now helping companies simplify the brand development […]

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POS Systems are Smart Investments for Pharmacy Owners

Point of Sale systems are becoming increasingly necessary for retailers, but can they help your pharmacy? The simple answer is yes. Point of sale systems condense several functions into one combined unit that can process sales reports, organize data, and monitor inventory. Some can even act as time-clocks for employees or methods of communication between […]

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Improve Your Business with New Point of Sale Equipment

The United States point of sale equipment development industry generates an estimated $1 billion of revenue every year and employs an estimated 4,653. Currently comprised of an estimated 47 software companies, this sector of technological industry is continuing to expand: from 2009 to 2014, the POS software development industry grew by an estimated 3.3% annually. […]

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Is Your Marketing Campaign Failing to Generate Interest in Your Brand Online?

93% of all online experiences begin with a search engine, and that statistic only looks to be going up as time goes on. Subsequently, learning to get yourself noticed in search engine result pages, particularly those owned by Google, is incredibly important if you want to earn a portion of the $1.5 trillion eMarketer estimates […]

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IT Consulting Company Slated to Come to Indiana, Bringing New Economic Opportunity

Thanks to the promise of training grants and millions of dollars worth in tax credits, Systems in Motion, a California-based IT consulting firm, has agreed to expand its company and start operations in both Carmel and Kokomo. This expansion is anticipated to create approximately 400 “high-wage” jobs by 2017. Indiana has been eager to land […]

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