Showing posts with label Business with mobile. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Business with mobile. Show all posts

Monday, August 3, 2015

Best Free Classified Sites for Ad Posting

Best Free Classified Sites for Ad Posting 

Classified Sites :- is a form of online free advertising system. Classfied sites are two types free and paid so you can and should use both sites to your business and services. If you use the large number of paid and free classified sites then you can easily target the more different groups of people to whom you can advertise. Classified websites can boost your website traffic and this technique use by many webmasters to improve search engine optimization . Classified websites help people to promote small business online. Top high pr sites provides good backlinks that can improve your site rank in search engine results pages (SERP). Using below all free classified sites, you can easily post any type of ad on the internet without paying money(means completely free) & without registration.   - Alexa rank = 42   |  Similarweb rank = 45 world largest classified advertisements service. Carigslist founded by Carig Newmark 1995. According carigslist 60 million visitors use craigslist and 30 billion page views per month.   - Alexa rank = 752   |  Similarweb rank = 559
Backpage is another best classified service. This website is second largest classified site in the world. 3.2 million US monthly users use this site. 120+ employees work in this company.   - Alexa rank = 873   |  Similarweb rank = 843 is most popular in united kingdom. 20% UK audience use this site. was founded by Simon Crookall and Michael Pennington in may 2000. In march 2005 acquired by ebay corporation. this site can be used without registration.   - Alexa rank = 9,930   |  Similarweb rank = 16,615 was founded by ebay inc. in 2005. The world best consumer to consumer corporation, it was founded in 1994 by Pierre Omidyar. 100 million visitors use ebay and 33,500 employees work in this company. Ebay connect sellers and buyers globally.   - Alexa rank = 289   |  Similarweb rank = 1,254 india largest free classified ad posting site. Quikr was developed by Pranay Chulet in june 2008. It more successful in india.   - Alexa rank = 440   |  Similarweb rank = 1,554
OLX - newyork based online classified website. The olx was founded by Alec Oxenford and Fabrice Grinda in may 2006. The second most popular service in india.   - Alexa rank = 4,420   |  Similarweb rank = 7,696
1 million world wide visitors use this service its page rank 7 so its good for backlink. You can use this service without registration (sign up).   - Alexa rank = 6,691   |  Similarweb rank = 9,303 most popular service in the world. It was founded by Craig Donato, Faith Sedlin, Scott Kister and excite.   - Alexa rank = 11,247   |  Similarweb rank = 27,474   - Alexa rank = 29,958   |  Similarweb rank = 185,407

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Google launches Android for Work as it tries to integrate itself deeper into the business world

anks to BYOD, many Android users are already using their Android devices for work. Today, Google finally launched its play for businesses and filled in the gaps about its Android for Work platform strategy.
While Android for Work was announced at Google I/O 2014, director product manager Rajen Sheth shared more details about Google’s plan to make the Android devices you already own ready for a managed IT environment.
gfw device ui 2x 220x418 Google launches Android for Work as it tries to integrate itself deeper into the business worldThe largest news is that there will be two separate environments (personal and work) at the OS level for Android 5.0 (Lollipop) and beyond. But unlike BlackBerry’s secure work environment which has you switch back and forth between profiles, the Android for Work profile is integrated within a user’s personal profile.
Android for Work apps are signified with an app icon with a work badge that looks like a lunch box in an orange circle so users know whether they are launching a personal app or work-related app.
For users on older devices, an Android for Work app for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and later is available that offers many of the same features.
Within that work environment, IT departments can deploy apps and manage work data. This includes a Chrome for Work browser built specifically to work within the security constrains of many companies and allows users to to securely connect a business intranet.
0225 andforworkswitcher 220x391 Google launches Android for Work as it tries to integrate itself deeper into the business worldOutside the launcher, notifications and the app switcher also show the work badge. But while you’re in an Android for Work app, there is nothing that show you’re using a work related app beyond what information is available. For example, if you have Chrome for Work open, it looks just like regular Chrome until you try to do something your IT department doesn’t want you to do.
For the security conscious, the work environment is sandboxed down to the kernel with individual apps also managed based on the whims of the IT department. You can’t copy and paste between a work app and the rest of the phone. Sharing via a Work app is also controlled.
0225 andworkplay 220x350 Google launches Android for Work as it tries to integrate itself deeper into the business worldApp installation is managed as well with the Google Play for Work app. The app, like everything else in Android for Work, is controlled by a company’s enterprise department. The department determines what can be seen and installed via the app.
“Part of security is what’s at the core, but the other part of security is really control,” said Sheth. To that end, a lot of today’s announcement focused on what the IT department manages on these devices.
Google has also lined up partners for today’s launch that include Citrix, SAP, BlackBerry and others on the management side. Samsung, HTC are Motorola are just some of the partners on the device side, with Box, Adobe and Salesforce building apps for the system. Of course, there’s also Google’s own productivity apps.
Today’s launch pits Google against Microsoft in the war for your managed devices. If an IT department has already deployed Google’s email and productivity suite company-wide, it could be a no brainer to upgrade to Android for Work. But it’ll be interesting to see if companies see this more secure Android environment as a last piece of the puzzle that pulls them into the Google-centric work world.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Most Businesses Still Don't Budget for Mobile Technology

The use of mobile technology has likely helped to improve your business in many ways, but are you saving room in your budget for it? Probably not, according to a new study from accounting solutions provider Sage North America.

Businesses in the construction, food and beverage; and manufacturing and distribution industries overwhelmingly agreed that mobile technology has positively impacted their businesses, the study reported. However, the vast majority of those businesses are simply purchasing mobile solutions when they need them, without setting an annual budget for them.
In the manufacturing and distribution sector, 74% of those surveyed said they do not set a budget for mobile technology, even though 51% of business owners in the industry reported using mobile devices and applications to access work-related materials while they're away from the office. In addition, 72% of manufacturing and distribution businesses felt that mobile technology positively impacts customer service.

Seventy-three percent of food and beverage industry businesses also reported that mobile technology positively impacts customer service, but 76% of companies reported not setting a budget for it.
In the construction industry, despite 77% of companies reporting that smartphones have had a positive impact on their organizational productivity, a mere 14% set a budget for mobile technology.
So why aren't more businesses budgeting for mobile technology?
Joe Langner, executive vice president and general manager of mid-market solutions for Sage North America, noted that more than 40% of the businesses they surveyed reported that they have a BYOD (bring your own device) policy in place. Since their expenses in this area are relatively small because they're not providing devices to their employees, many business owners don't feel the need to budget for mobile tech, Langner said.
"[It's] clear that businesses are seeing the productivity gains, proving that it's worthwhile to suggest that companies plan for mobile — whether it's a specific line-item expense or it's an official BYOD policy," Langner said.
The study surveyed businesses in both the United States and Canada.
This article originally published at BusinessNewsDaily here