With every new technology out there, there’s some adjustment: basic statement of fact. This is especially true of the latest rage we’re seeing everywhere with all the SkyDrives, Google Drives, and online file syncing going on — the basic terminology is known as “cloud computing.”
One of the few good things about a down economy is that, in the event of actually needing to hire people, you will likely have no shortage of resumes to look through. One ad in the local paper might generate over 500 respondents. Sortbox, however, looks to make the process much easier.
I have to admit: changing the name of a brand usually revamps the marketing and advertising. Google knows this. Obviously. Just look at the Google search engine! The logo changes every once in a while, and sometimes they get pretty creative.
Trover, a mobile discovery app, has proved a little quiet in terms of its rollout and operation. But that silence doesn’t relieve the need to be involved, lest another valuable marketing corridor be lost.
Part of the problem with technology these days is a lot seems to get obsolete in favor of more advanced versions. Think Terminator here. Yes, we loved Arnold, but let’s face it: the T-1000 kicked his tail to kingdom come. Because the T-1000 was more advanced.
When it comes to moving around in the course of a small business’ every day efforts, finding parking can be one of the most daunting tasks there is. QuickPay looks to make that a lot simpler with a little help from mobile devices.
The concept of mobile payments is steadily gaining ground in business. Small business owners will be increasingly under the gun to have the necessary infrastructure in play to take that field on, and LevelUp will prove to be one more potential app for small business to handle in the form of LevelUp.
Small businesses run, on at least one level or another, on mobile devices. And as such, having easy access to those devices is more important than ever. Battery Boost Magic looks to give mobile devices a lot more life with some easy battery management tools.
City Chatter is another in a growing series of mobile social local apps, and that in turn provides another potential source of promotion for a small business. But will City Chatter be worth paying attention to?