Virtual Phone & Virtual Office
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Online Dating Pet Peeves: What to Do to Make Sure You Don't Get a Date
Jun 29, 2015 - Those who have made their way around the online dating communities will tell you that there are less than ideal players in the cyber romance game. These are the people who send obnoxious messages, ask prodding questions or have vague profiles. Some of the most experienced online daters will notic...
How Do You Pay for Your Purchases?
Jun 29, 2015 - When it comes to making purchases, we all have that go-to payment option. Whether it's a debit card, credit card, cash or check, it's the way we prefer to pay for in-person or online purchases. But why do we always reach for that one option? Is it the safest way to pay, or just something [...]
Make Starting a Business Easy with Online Legal Services
Jun 26, 2015 - The process of starting up a new business can often be a strenuous one, especially when it comes to the headache that accompanies the legal services needed for a successful financial future. Before you start selling your products or extending your services, it's a good idea to decide what type of...
How to Avoid Annoying Your Email Marketing Subscribers
Jun 26, 2015 - Email newsletter campaigns have become a crucial and vital part of marketing plans. With so many factors to consider when it comes to creating an effective campaign, from creating good subject lines to sending share-worthy content, it can be a challenge appealing to the masses. While your campaig...
5 Ways to Help You Read More Books
Jun 25, 2015 - As technology advances, it?s making it easier and easier to keep up with some of our favorite hobbies, such as reading. Even though books have become more accessible — after all, you don?t have to carry a paperback book around anymore — Americans are not making time for reading. In fact, the resu...
Make the calls come to you
If you're a small business owner, your office may be your car one day and your kitchen table the next. With virtual phone service, your callers won't know the difference. They'll call one number, and they'll be routed to the number (or numbers) you select: home, office, or cell—all at once, or one after another. You can even set your own business hours so you'll only receive calls when you want them. And with a number to handle your business, your cell phone number remains just for personal use.
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