Posted by Shannon Suetos on February 24, 2010 in POS Systems [ 0 Comments ]
Gift cards may soon be a thing of the past. Target along with other retailers are utilizing text messages in a myriad of ways. Some are using texting to send coupons to their customers, while Target is using texting as a way for customers to show proof of their gift card.
The way you can retrieve your Target gift card on your phone is as … Read More
Posted by Zack Winder on February 23, 2010 in Business News, Phone Systems [ 1 Comment ]
Tech-savvy consumers are constantly looking for the next big thing and for many, it is the next generation wireless network, 4G. Sprint has announced plans to offer phones that can operate on the ultra-fast 4G network by as early as summer 2010. This new system promises speeds 10 times faster than existing networks with improved sound quality. The system is already up and running … Read More
Posted by Samantha Morse on February 22, 2010 in SEO [ 1 Comment ]
Google Caffeine is a project in the works by Google to make their already successful empire have even more of an edge. The project is said to not change the overall face of the Google search engine as its an under the hood architecture change, but to revamp it literally as if it had consumed a large portion of caffeine. This of course will arguably … Read More
Posted by Shannon Suetos on February 17, 2010 in Business Technology [ 0 Comments ]
Microsoft announced on Monday at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona their newest mobile operating system, Windows Phone Series 7. Trying to break away from the stigmata of their previous mobile OS WinMos, Microsoft deliberately stayed away from having the word mobile in the name.
So what features does this OS have? The highlights are as follows,
- Hubs–Containing 6 hubs all together, these hubs
Posted by Romana Mirza on February 17, 2010 in Business Management, Business Valuation, Marketing, Patents and Trademarks, Public Relations [ 0 Comments ]
There’s no better time to build a strong, sustainable brand than when a company is first being established. However, for smaller, single-person businesses, there may be some question as to whether the brand should be based on the individual, or on a company name. This decision should ultimately be based on your vision for the future of the company.
Begin by asking where you’d like … Read More
Posted by David Liu on February 15, 2010 in Business News, Telemarketing [ 0 Comments ]
With cell phones populating the market, advertisers are flooding the web with ways to promote services to their service subscribers.
Sprint’s wireless division has already moved kiosks into movie theaters to provide interactive coupons, where texting a number to Sprint will send an automated bar code back to the phone. Holding the bar code up to the kiosk’s scanner will allow coupons to be printed … Read More
Posted by Shannon Suetos on February 2, 2010 in Business Technology [ 2 Comments ]
Having your company be able to accept credit cards is extremely beneficial. Mainly for the convenience it gives your customers–but what if you are a freelance artist? Or you’re a street vendor? Well thanks to Square, a device that can hook up to an audio jack, it allows you to accept credit cards through many different electronic devices including iPhones, BlackBerrys and desktop computers.… Read More