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Maintaining consistency in your customer experience can be difficult when you are trying to scale and grow. Learn practical strategies this week to help you get your team aligned with your expectations.







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your job is to be the best version of yourself and invite others to join you.. 

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In today’s marketplace, most battles are won on the digital frontier; that’s why, our vision has been the same since inception. We have a fearless creative team with a healthy balance of laser-focused strategy. Our marketing services include digital strategy, market research, web design, social media, publicity, and online video production. We want to offer our clients fully integrated solutions to successfully market their businesses on all fronts. #ptag #trucking #transportation #professionals #marketing #smallbusiness

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Editorial: Square gets the attention, but credit cards rule

Lower Manhattan, Pearl Street, the Financial District. A Starbucks with broad windows, great for people watching. Sipping my $5 flavored coffee, I watched a homeless man sit on the sidewalk. I liked him immediately: his sharp gaze and thoughtful expression. When I left, I squatted down next to him and put five bucks in his jar, contributing the cost of my first-world coffee to the man’s case for survival.

We talked. He knew his tech, this man of no possessions, describing his favorite productivity gadgets of the past decade, scorning Apple for form over function. He had been living on the street day and night for two years. My five dollars was “huge,” he said. I knew that was true only microcosmically. He liked cigars. That’s where the cash would go.

Meanwhile, Starbucks had recently cut a deal with Square, one of the hottest startup stories of the season, so that people with five dollars to spend on coffee needn’t pull out a wallet and ponder their privilege.

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It is a little bit quiet here with bags at the moment, because I am building myself a loft bed. I need much more storage space for all my bags, and everything that comes with my business. And I am lucky enough to live in an old building with really high ceilings. And after 8 years of living here, I realised, that the best option would be a loft bed. And I’ll turn the wood from my old bed into a shelf for the living room!
One more day and the bed will be done! Wait for the before and after pictures!

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Lenovo targets businesses with LS2221 and LS2421p monitors, ThinkCentre Edge 71

It’s surprising how many small stores and offices take good care of their shopfront and interior decor, then spoil it by putting a bunch of dusty old PCs and monitors on show amid a jumble of cables. That’s exactly the kind of business Lenovo hopes to entice with its latest range of kit. The 21.5-inch LS2221 and 23.6-inch LS2421p monitors cost $229 and $299 respectively, and come with LED-backlit panels, a claimed “10 million to one” dynamic contrast ratio, and power efficiency that exceeds Energy Star requirements. The larger model has generally better specs, with 300nits of brightness, HDMI out and an inbuilt four-port USB hub to reduce clutter. Meanwhile, the ThinkCentre Edge 71 desktop comes in both tower and SFF versions to suit different locations, and sacrifices “legacy ports” for a cleaner appearance. It should be available from October starting at $369, while the monitors are due this month. Further details in the PR after the break. Read more
Google rolls out NFC-equipped Places business kits, muscles in on location-based territory in Portland
Yelp may be the raconteur of restaurant recommendations and Foursquare the cardinal of check-ins, but Google has an ace up its sleeve: NFC chips. The company’s embedded near-field communications chips into each and every one of these “Recommended on Google Places” window stickers, which you’ll be able to trigger with a shiny new Nexus S – just hold your handset up to the black dot, and voila, your phone gets a “tag.” Google’s now distributing the signs on a trial basis to Portland, Oregon businesses as part of a larger Google Places kit, though it doesn’t explain how (or if) they’ll be able to program the chips. Either way, if you own a hot new joint in Portland, you might as well give it a spin. Find the sign-up form at our more coverage link, or peep a Nexus S doing its thing after the break. Read more
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E430 and E530 go on sale, starting at $459

Lenovo announced a slew of notebooks back at CES in January, so you’ll be forgiven if the ThinkPad Edge E430 and E530 don’t ring a bell. Those names are about to hit closer to home, though, because both models are finally on sale in the US and Asia with a base price of $459. To jog your memory, the 14-inch Edge E430 and 15-inch E530 run Intel Core i3-2350M Sandy Bridge CPUs clocked at 2.3GHz and feature 4GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drives, Intel HD Graphics and a 1366 x 768 displays. Of course, Lenovo lets you customize the processor, storage space and more on its website. Click through to the source links below for the full configuration options.

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