Choosing the right small business phone system for your business can be critical to your success. Luckily, a free virtual phone system can be yours with Halloo. The Halloo Free Plan offers numerous features that can’t be found with other free small business tools. Advantages of choosing Halloo include: Continue reading
PBX or private branch exchange is a sophisticated phone system that allows switching of internal lines, and is commonly used in business. A limited number of external phone lines are shared amongst those users in the business. Local lines provide a private telephone network within the business. Using a PBX allows a business to save money by investing in a limited number of external lines instead of one for every user. Continue reading
Seattle may be known for its lush evergreen forests, steady drizzle and soothing view of Mt. Rainier on the horizon. But that doesn’t mean it’s a sleepy town.
The country’s coffee capital has plenty of nightlife, culture and shopping at Pioneer Square, an historic district known for its Renaissance Revival architecture. Continue reading
Spam is a relatively new term that has come about since the dawn of the Internet age, or for about the past 20 years. It is essentially the sending of the same message to a number of Internet users who have not chosen to receive it. While there are many ways to reach your audience, sending unsolicited messages to them by email or by any method of communications is not an effective one. Continue reading
Home of the Boston Tea Party and American Revolution, Bostonians have a long history of doing business their way.
But over the centuries the city has shifted its emphasis from unfair taxation to innovation and sophistication.
Boston ranks third in the nation for its pedestrian-friendly nature and its transportation system known as The T, the nickname for its efficient subway and mass transit. It also offers Boston Commons, the country’s oldest park. Where else can you ride a Swan Boat on your lunch break? Continue reading
SMS is the acronym for short message service, but today it is most commonly known as text messaging. Essentially a telephone keypad or an on-screen keyboard is used in order to type a message. The user then hits send and the message is almost instantly received by the cellular phone it is destined for. A short message service center is the intermediary to the transmission of these messages. Continue reading