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iOS 11 Brings AR to iPhone, Is Your Small Business Ready?

Every iPhone 5s or later, or iPad Air or later is going to be able to run iOS 11 and the new Augmented Reality (AR) feature. If you are a small business, shouldn’t you be making the most of these features? The availability of AR on iOS means instant market penetration. Even though Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is notorious for taking its ...

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How to mute ALL auto-playing audio in your web browser

One of my biggest pet peeves is audio that starts blaring from my computer’s speakers just as soon as I visit a web page. It makes no difference whether its coming from an ad, a cute video or simple background music, if it starts playing on its own, I don’t like it. In fact, I […] The post How to ...

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ISP cuts off rural customers in 13 states

This mobile provider claims to have the largest network in the country, so why is it leaving rural customers high and dry? If you or someone you know lives in these 13 states, you may have no choice but to switch carriers. Trust me, you’re going to want to read and share this!

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How to get a FREE iPhone 8

Is the price of Apple’s new iPhones something you just can’t get over? Then you have to check out this deal! A top mobile carrier is now offering a free iPhone with your trade in. But what’s the catch, and is it really worth it?

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Millennials Not Replacing Older Business Owners, Stats Say

As older entrepreneurs retire, the hope would be that younger generations would step up to replace them. But that doesn’t seem to be the case, as some recent reports have indicated that millennials in particular are starting businesses at lower rates than previous generations. According to Federal Reserve data, the share of people under 30 who own a business has ...

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Florida SBDC Offering Assistance to Small Businesses Impacted by Hurricane Irma

This week, the recovery from devastating Hurricane Irma continues in Florida. Small businesses remain closed or are struggling to re-open. And small business owners are faced with no electricity, limited cell service, damaged or destroyed properties, and limited resources to do anything about it. According to Dun&Bradstreet, 2,111,467 potentially impacted businesses were identified by FEMA across 48 counties in Florida ...

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Are You Keeping Up with Employee Recordkeeping Requirements? You Might be Surprised

Sponsored Post Did you know that employers who don’t file the required Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) reporting forms with the IRS may be subject to a $3 million maximum penalty? That’s enough to keep you up at night! And that’s just one legal requirement. Employers today face a wide range of employee recordkeeping requirements, as this infographic from ComplyRight, a ...

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