Only a few years later, while business email users were banging their heads in frustration at finding their inboxes overflowing—or worse, that AOL or another program was automatically deleting old emails—Google introduced Gmail, with the novel innovation of unlimited space so users never have to delete another email. Armed with Google's unique algorithm to search through these ever-expanding troves of past emails to ferret out the exact one you are looking for, it has proven to be an invaluable time-saving tool compared to sifting through folders that Microsoft Outlook continues to employ.Add a comment Add a comment
Square Inc. is shipping card readers again. What is Square? The service allows small businesses to create accounts and either key in or swipe customers' credit cards to pay for products and services. Businesses create an account, and once approved, begin accepting payments from credit or debit cards. Square promotes that it does not require a contract, monthly fees or any hidden costs.Add a comment Add a comment
If you are one of the many, many, many people who struggle with search-engine optimization, or SEO, then have no fear, here are some key points to help you out.
Now, there is no perfect SEO to any site. There are a lot of sites that are really good at SEO and have pretty much nailed it, but they can always update and improve it.
When it comes to the SEO leader, Google, it is always changing and improving how SEO works and what changes need to be made. For example, you can't keyword spam anymore (i.e., writing hidden code for a website about Britney Spears that reads "britney spears, britney, spears, pop, rock, roll, dance, dancer, sing, singer" etc. as opposed to simply creating content with natural keywords).
As well, it supposedly doesn't matter if your images have keywords in them (I still add them, anyway).
WEST PALM BEACH (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – NewMediaPlus, headquartered in Las Vegas, Nev., had the news of it obtaining coverage from World Market Media, Inc., broadcast on the side of the NASDAQ building in New York City.
New Media Plus, Inc., reached the agreement with World Market Media, Inc. (WMM), a high-traffic stock market, news-data website providing cutting-edge new media products and services to publicly traded companies worldwide, to begin editorial coverage on NewMediaPlus on Sept. 15.
That same day in Las Vegas, NewMediaPlus, a company that helps small- and mid-sized businesses generate revenue and increase their reach through technology, presented to interested investors at The Fat Cat Club’s Fall Equity Luncheon at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino.
NewMediaPlus also will be presenting at the following Fat Cat Club luncheons:
- Sept. 28 - Maggiano's Little Italy, 21090 Saint Andrews Blvd. Boca Raton, Fla.
- Sept. 29 - Phillips Point Club, 777 S. Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, Fla.
- Oct. 5 – Prego Ristorante, 362 N. Camden Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif.
- Oct. 6 – The Lodge at Torrey Pines, 11480 N. Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, Calif.
The Fat Cat Club is a national angel group of hundreds of highly accredited investors that holds regular equity events to review and invest in early-stage companies and other member-sponsored opportunities. At each meeting, the member-sponsors select between four and eight companies to review and give presenters a forum for a concise but complete presentation of their opportunities, plus a Q&A session.
About New Media Plus, Inc.
NewMediaPlus provides cost-effective social media marketing, online advertising, graphic design, Web development and new media services. The company was established to meet the demands of small- to mid-sized business owners and individuals who want a strong identity or brand and maintain a powerful Internet presence. NewMediaPlus is based in Las Vegas, Nev., and intends to launch additional retail locations throughout the United States and beyond.
Brett H. Pojunis, Founder and CEO
New Media Plus, Inc.
Toll Free: 866.387.5110
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