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Much to the delight of IT administrators, Dropbox just launched a new version of its cloud storage and file sharing service, Dropbox for Teams. While more than 45 million people already use Dropbox individually, now businesses can take advantage of new administrative controls, centralized billing, phone support and a whopping 1,000 GB of storage.
If you’re starting a new venture, chances are you know how important landing pages are. (A landing page is a targeted page, other than your home page, which brings users to the specific information or product they may be looking for, or is particularly suited to them.) Taking users right to what interests them helps with conversion, improves quality scores for your ads, and raises search engine ranking too. The drawback, of course, is that creating landing pages creates extra work.
If you regularly buy stuff from Amazon, eBay and other online stores, you know that you need to hang on to receipts and tracking numbers, but it’s always a bit of drudgery to cut and paste and save receipts, and then search through your email or account info for that tracking number when an item doesn’t arrive on time. Slice, a free service currently in beta, makes this process painless by automatically grabbing receipts and tracking numbers that turn up in your email and assembling them in one place.
Grovo, an Internet education and training platform that helps people discover and learn to use Web sites faster than fumbling around on them on their own, just launched a redesigned site. Want to figure out how to use Twitter for your business, or make the most of Google Analytics? There are Grovo tutorials that cover those topics, plus loads of others. Grovo’s content library currently features over 1,000 lessons and provides education for nearly 100 leading sites.
Square, the mobile-payment technology, may soon be available at Wal-Mart stores nationwide, giving the company, which was founded by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, access to new markets. Square Inc. provides the mobile credit card reader and other technology necessary to make credit card payments via mobile devices.