Why Break/Fix Is More Expensive Than Managed Services

When something goes wrong with your vehicle, you probably take it in to be worked on by a mechanic, who can quickly diagnose the problem and take the steps necessary to correct it. Often, the problem isn’t the part itself, but the way that you maintain the car. For example, if you don’t change the oil regularly, the dirty oil will eventually damage the engine, causing more headaches (and a bigger repair bill) than had you just taken the 30 minutes to get the oil changed in the first place.

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5 Qualities that Top Bloggers have in Common

If you’ve started a blog but have yet to grow your readership or make money off of it, it’s time to look at the competition. What makes a blog successful? The best blogs all seem to have a few qualities in common. They’re updated reliably, with unique content and a distinct voice. They are usually aesthetically appealing, easy to navigate, and feature active comment sections. Although every successful blogger may follow his or her own path to success, there are a few qualities that they tend to share.

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5 Ways to Accept Mobile Payments

There are a number of ways you can accept mobile payments for your business. By making it more convenient for your customers to pay, you will be able to boost sales and grow your business.

Adding more payment options for your customers doesn’t have to end up being an accounting nightmare for you, since you can take advantage of your own application integration platform to synchronize data to your accounting software.

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How to Combine SEO & SEM

There are plenty of ways you can market your site, but SEO and SEM are still the two most popular tools to use. Today, you can easily hire an SEO & SEM expert to help you, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t understand the basics of these tools. In this part, we are going to take a look at how SEO and SEM can be combined to work together.

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Enabling Mobile Payments for your Ecommerce Site

How do you use your smartphone? If you’re like many, you may already use it to answer emails, update your website, wake you up in the morning, track your fitness program, and listen to new music. Do you use it as a wallet yet? If not, you probably will soon. Mobile commerce is becoming big business, so it’s essential for savvy ecommerce entrepreneurs to take note.

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A Look Back On Printers Of The Day

I went to buy a new printer last week for my Business, I was actually quite shocked and taken aback from how small they had got and how advanced. There are plenty of articles online about the newest ones and reviews etc. So I thought I would create an article and take a look back over the years of the printer! This may bring back a few memories for us older ones, and for the younger ones, well it may open your eyes to how hard it was for us! That small place where you lay your laptop or desktop computer used to be the space where the printer was, haha!

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Six Things to Do with Your Facebook Page and Why

Every small business owner has a Facebook page. Now what? Some few of them are very adept at sharing and posting and putting up their specials – but most of them are not. But before we go too far into what you should be doing, let’s double down on one point. Your Google+ page may be even more important for SEO and driving traffic than your Facebook page. So do everything below with BOTH your Facebook page and your Google+ page too (even if you’re barely maintaining that Google+ page).

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Internet Security Options to Adopt in 2015

Today, it is hard to imagine day to day life without Internet and computers. More and more people are using digital storage units to keep their valuable information and also share it across online communities. The vastness of the digital world and the multitude of networks that are integral parts of the Internet make security one of the top concerns for both users and network managers.

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