Pittsburgh is the second largest city in Pennsylvania behind Philadelphia, but some would say it is much prettier. It’s located at the confluence of the Ohio, Monogahela and Allegheny Rivers and has 446 bridges making it quite picturesque and known as the “City of Bridges” as well as the “Steel City” for its multitude of more than 300 businesses related to steel. Continue reading →
Being the most populous city in Arizona isn’t easy, but it wasn’t so big when Phoenix was founded in 1867 by Jack Swilling. He saw a potential for farming while he was traveling down the Salt River Valley and the “Valley of the Sun” was born. The name Phoenix was chosen because it was a city which was born from ruins. Continue reading →
The last few months we’ve been working on projects that make everything about the Halloo user experience better. We’re excited to share changes designed to provide you with a better service! Continue reading →
Is your company ready to try a new growth strategy? Consider choosing a toll-free vanity or mnemonic phone number for your organization. By doing this, you will choose a phone number that spells out a phrase or name. It’s powerful because it’s much easier for customers to remember a vanity number than a random string of numbers. Continue reading →
Every growing business experiences the following scenario at some point:
A new advertisement or marketing campaign generates attention and more potential customers start calling, causing the business owner and staff to spend significantly more time on the phone taking orders or answering questions.
An increase in calls can often overwhelm small- and even mid-sized businesses as they try to qualify new leads, or answer general inquiries while still trying to maintain service quality elsewhere. Some hire additional staff, while others rely on the phone company to provide additional lines to manage the workload – but these options carry significantly greater cost than automating inbound calls. Continue reading →
Ever feel that more and more people are not listening to their voicemails? The hustle and bustle of life has gotten so hectic, a businessperson could save 30 minutes a day by erasing every voicemail left during the day! But, if you’re a small-business entrepreneur, erasing is not an option! You need to make sure you’re in contact with your clients and that means listening and responding to your messages. It’s absolutely crucial. Continue reading →
If you could be a god — I mean, a real deity with superpowers, specifically the ability to manage the entire heavens, the clouds, the sun, the moon, the stars, everything — how would you feel? Pretty fantastic, I would think. And that’s pretty plain, too, if you had that power in your very own entrepreneurship.
Don’t you just hate those small flash drives you end up losing somewhere? As a business, it’s always a hassle. They’re just too small, too puny, and too deceiving. So why do we need those pesky flash drives for anyway?