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September 20, 2014 By Lotus Abrams for America's Backbone Weekly SMB owners have positive outlook, health insurance offerings, climate change ...Read More »
“Google My Business” App Now Lets Business Owners Respond To Customer Reviews From Their Smartphone By Clip Syndicate Google is rolling out an update to its “Google My Business” mobile application designed to make it easier for business owners to view and respond to customer reviews…and, of course, complaints. ...Read More »
“Google My Business” App Now Lets Business Owners Respond To Customer Reviews From Their Smartphone By Clip Syndicate Google is rolling out an update to its “Google My Business” mobile application designed to make it easier for business owners to view and respond to customer reviews…and, of course, complaints. ...Read More »
Google Fit App Arrives, Poised To Take On Apple's HealthKit By Clip Syndicate Google's competitor to Apple's HealthKit has arrived. The company rolled out its Google Fit app on Tuesday, its fitness tracking dashboard for Android. The app, which connects to your existing Google account, functions as a central dashboard for tracking fitness and health goals. Like HealthKit, Google Fit taps into the sensors in your smartphone to keep tabs on daily activities like steps and active minutes. Users can also manually add exercise and other activities like biking and walking.

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Twitter's User Base Keeps Growing, Particularly On Mobile Devices By Clip Syndicate Twitter's mobile user base is large and growing, but not enough to suit investors. Twitter said it tallied 284 million users who logged into the site at least once a day for its quarter ending September 30. That amounted to a 23 percent rise from the same time a year ago, compared to 24 percent growth in June and a bump of nearly 5 percent from the 271 million tallied in June. ...Read More »
Photographer Documents The Death Of Real-Life Conversation By Clip Syndicate As our smartphones make it easier to connect with people across the globe, they often can make it harder to connect face-to-face. London-based photographer Babycakes Romero doesn't own a smartphone. Instead, he treks along in his beloved city, camera in hand, capturing whatever catches his eye. "As a person dedicated to observation, I just feel I would be missing too much of the world around me if I was staring into the palm of my hand the whole time," he says. In his photo series, Death of a Conversation, Romero captures people connection with their digital devices rather than with each other — a phenomenon he believes is only creating more pain and social awkwardness to the world.

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Twitter Earnings: What To Watch By Clip Syndicate Twitter is scheduled to announce third-quarter earnings after the market closes Monday. The social networking service is expected to continue doubling revenue from a year earlier as it rolls out new forms of advertising. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters on average expect Twitter to record $351.4 million in revenue, compared with $168.6 million reported a year ago. In July, the company had forecast a revenue range between $330 million and $340 million.

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Smart Advice for Your Business Website By Nicole Altavilla for America's Backbone Weekly Discover what information is essential, but often forgotten, when it comes to small-business websites. ...Read More »
Turn Facebook Fans into Customers By Dana Lindahl for America's Backbone Weekly It??s a great platform to reach people on, but how do you translate ??likes?? into actual sales? ...Read More »
Tools That Help Monitor Your Business Performance By Jaimy Ford for America's Backbone Weekly Innovative software to improve how you measure employee output ...Read More »

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