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Hurricane Preparedness Checklist for Businesses

Download your free printable checklist that can help your business and staff prepare for a natural disaster!
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5 Reasons Why Your Wi-Fi Isn't Working (And How to Fix It!)

The Internet has been around for almost 30 years and it's now as crucial to many of us as electricity. And since the start of wi-fi in 1997, we've become even more dependent upon our need for access to the World Wide Web. You use your wireless Internet connection for both personal and professional projects, and it's super important that it stays working fast and reliably, right?
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How VoIP can Improve Your Retail Call Handling

When customers shop in your store, they usually aren’t thinking about your phones. That changes when your phones are ringing off the hook and your staff is either ignoring the noise or is too busy talking on the phone to pay attention to the massive line of people at the registers! What can be done to fix these situations? One of the first things to do is switch to VoIP. Here are some big ways VoIP can improve retail call handling and lower costs:
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Another Top 7 Small Business Trends on the Rise

Small businesses are often going against large firms or fighting to get attention in the marketplace. They have to provide the best services at the lowest prices in order to gain the upper hand. The main way to do so is to take advantage of technology, flexibility and innovation. There are a few tech trends that smaller companies are taking advantage of to make sure that they continue to grow.
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Top Six Small Business Trends On the Rise: From Automation to Innovative Technology Usage

Small businesses continue to experience challenges to keep their heads above water in a time when they’re still competing with big corporations. While stories continue in the press about how small businesses have made a comeback in recent years, the only way to stay ahead is through technology.
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We Know How VoIP Can Improve Your Small Businesses

One of the issues that affects many small business offices is how much time gets wasted on answering phone calls. This problem isn't always the lack of efficiency of the employees, especially if they are accustomed to sophisticated phone systems. It could be that your small business has not invested enough in a sensible phone system. It's time to consider how VoIP can improve your small business communications without breaking the bank.
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Top 6 Small Business Trends on the Rise: Marketing in 2017

The small business industry is continuously growing. In fact, 28 million small businesses in America account for 54% of U.S sales. Most small businesses are looking for new ways to grow and improve the overall success of their business, specifically through new ways of marketing. Effective marketing strengthens your business's position in a competitive market, improves your business's visibility, and helps to increase revenue. With that said, we're going to provide you with 6 small business trends on the rise in Marketing in 2017:
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How VoIP Can Improve Small Businesses: Streamline Customer Service with Better Clarity

The pain points of the retail industry are many, and you're probably finding new ones every year that you try to solve. Some are perhaps glaringly obvious, yet you fear making changes, only because switching to new technology takes too much downtime.
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How VoIP Can Improve Small Businesses: Steps Toward Making the Changeover

As someone who works in the retail industry, you're likely seeing many of your competitors using new technologies you figure you'll need eventually. One of those is VoIP (or Voice over Internet Protocol) technology that digitizes your phone system. It's an effective escape from the burden of standard telephone service and receiving expensive bills.
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VoIP Solutions For Retailers: Streamlined Workflow During Holiday Season

There are many types of retail environments, yet, generally, these are physical store fronts interacting with consumers face-to-face. Many retailers also have an online presence, in order to capitalize on the increase in online shopping (esp. during the holidays).