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Yay, PayCycle!


Ever wondered where your paycheck comes from? I mean, actually comes from? How its calculated and tracked? Printed? Deposited? How taxes are paid on it? Chances are, theres a hardworking soul in your organization who tangles with payroll software...
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Keyword Research-Blogging for Longtail Keywords


Blogs are excellent tools for capturing strong longtail keywords. The incidental nature of blog posts and the broad topics covered draw longtail searches like flies to honey. This phenomenon, popping attractive keywords into my blog analytics, got...
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Adding search power to public data


Earthquakes are not the only thing that can shake Silicon Valley. After the dot-com bubble burst back in 2000 the unemployment rate ofSanta Clara county went up to 9.1%. During the last couple of months, it has gone up again: ...
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The Cloud is Falling


Yes, the cloud is falling. And on-premise software executives are lining up to explain to us why the cloud computing era is distant and the promise of SaaS and PaaS is false. I will let you decide after reading this post by Vinnie and the original...
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For Technology Decision-Making, Who's in Charge?


It used to be that the people who bought technology and equipment for contact centers were professionals in the art of running those centers -- they were people with some kind of direct telecom or operations experience. Those days are long gone....
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Headlines-Using Twitter to Test Headlines


Twitter is a great way to test your headlines and short copy effectiveness. Hundreds of followers and a 140 characters maximum makes for a powerful marketing test environment. Twitter is a quick and efficient way to see if your headlines convert...
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