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Beware the SEO Scam Artists

Beware the SEO Scam Artists! If you run a small business like we do, you probably receive countless emails pushing SEO services. Many will make rash promises like "Rank Number 1 on Google!" or "Achieve 1st Place Ranking!" If you're not familiar with these claims, you may be tempted to contact these companies and hire them to assist you. Restrain…

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Your Privacy on the Web

Somebody's Watching You With widespread media attention on topic of domestic spying by the NSA, fear and paranoia are plaguing the interwebs. Beyond the conspiracy theorists, many regular folks are wondering about how to keep their information private and secure. We thought we would share some of the information related to web privacy that is widely available on the web.…

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What’s the Buzz About Google Drive?

There has been a lot of buzz lately about Google Drive, a cloud-based file storage/collaboration product that was released in late April. Google Drive provides up to 5 GB of free storage and up to 25GB for $2.49/month, which make for impressive numbers. Google has positioned this product as a rival to the ever-popular Dropbox, which we've blogged about before.…

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Gmail Calls for International Users

With all the recent talk about Google+ giving Facebook a run for the money, it is interesting to note that Google is now chasing Skype/Microsoft with it's recent announcement that international users can now make phone calls from Gmail. This option has been available for a while for US users, but such an expansion of services to the international market…

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MS Exchange or Google Apps for Your Business?

Small businesses are popping up everywhere. Even in this economy, the office space in the SoMa (South of Market) area in San Francisco is dwindling. Which makes me think that there is a need for reviews on email platforms. If you’re going to start a business of any size, it’s going to need an email service. Since email is a…

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