Microsoft Excel vs. Google Sheets: Which works better for business?

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Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets are the two best-known spreadsheet applications available today. Both are polished and very useful — so much so that it’s easy to cling to the application you’re currently using without learning how the other has improved over the years. If you (or your business) chose one spreadsheet app and rejected the other years ago, there may be good reasons to reconsider.

To find out where Excel and Google Sheets stand today, both individually and compared to each other, I tested them by trying out the most common tasks users perform, including starting a new spreadsheet, inputting data and formulas, formatting cells, c…
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Online Reviews Can Either Make Or Break Your Business (Infographic)

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Online reviews help us decide where/what to eat, what to watch, what to buy and what to sell. They have become an integral part of who we are as a consumers and business owners. They have a huge impact on how well businesses do or don’t do. They have become the go-to way to make […]

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L-Card Pro – An App that may Spell the End for Paper Business Cards

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OrangeTreeApps, LLC today announces L-Card Pro 1.1, an update to their popular business app for iOS and Android devices. L-Card Pro offers eco-friendly, affordable, electronic business cards on the go. L-Card Pro was specifically designed to help professionals network seamlessly through QR code electronic business card sharing, while also allowing users to connect with contacts directly from their business cards and categorize them according to their personal needs….
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Top 10 best business apps for iPhone

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When Apple launched the game-changing iPhone, many people in the business world – including Microsoft's CEO at the time, Steve Ballmer – sneered at it. It didn't have a keyboard, was expensive, and didn't even have 3G in its original form. A lot has changed since then, and the numerous updates and tweaks that Apple has made and apps that have been released have turned it into the perfect on-the-go smartphone for business.

The App Store is the main driver behind the surge in productivity on Apple's mobile devices, but it has become very crowded – more than 2 million iPhone apps at the last count – and finding exactly the right apps can …
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How this CEO created a thriving business by being your ‘outsourced CMO’


Companies outsource various aspects of their business, from payroll to marketing. But why aren’t there more outlets to outsource marketing not just as a service from an agency, but at the highest, most strategic level? Enter Hawke Media. Launched by Erik Huberman three years ago, today Hawke Media is turning heads as Santa Monica’s first fully outsourced CMO. Its aim is to manage marketing for companies in real time without the overhead, contracts, and run around. From the beginning, Huberman operated Hawke on a month-to-month model with every service offered a la carte. This al…
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B2B Black Friday 2017: everything you need to know about business deals

 

Don't think that Black Friday is a purely consumer-focused event. Increasingly over the past few years, startups, micro-enterprises and small businesses have benefited from the massive price cuts that happen around this period.

This could save them thousands of Pounds off products and services they would normally have bought anyway; savings are often amplified by the sheer number of employees that benefit from price cuts.

That’s a massive boost to the bottom line and profitability; Black Friday is not restricted to Friday 24 (yes that's when it happens in 2017). Amazon, which popularised the concept in the US, has already confirmed that Black Frid…
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Symantec Explores Selling Web Certificates Business

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Cybersecurity firm Symantec is considering selling its website certification business, in a deal that could fetch more than $ 1 billion and extricate it from a feud with Alphabet’s Google, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. From a report: Google said in March that it was investigating Symantec’s failure to properly validate its certificates, which confirm that websites can be trusted. Symantec has called Google’s claims “exaggerated and misleading.” Symantec is in talks with a small number of companies and private equity firms about the potential sale, three sources said, asking not to be identified because the matter is confidential. There is no certainty that a deal will occur, t…
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Jawbone Going Out of Business as CEO Moves on to New ‘Jawbone Health Hub’ Startup

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In May of last year, speaker and fitness tracker company Jawbone ended production of its fitness trackers and started seeking a buyer for its speaker business, leading to speculation that the company was going out of business.

Jawbone denied claims that it was shutting down and planned to pivot to medical products for direct sale to clinical practitioners, but that may not have panned out, as The Information reports that the business is officially shutting down.


Jawbone has reportedly started liquidat…
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