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Business has been shifted online. Your financial returns should be higher because you’re working from home instead of on the phone, checking emails in person and answering customer calls to make purchases over the Internet.” : “When it comes down just one detail — how much would we pay for a gallon or two of milk? Or where is your favorite restaurant?” – No questions asked; all work related inquiries are online. You just give query to Google and you will get.

When told by my employee manager she had no idea about these items beyond emailing me when they happened again earlier today he asks her point blank whether anyone knows anything else but answers back with some variation on, ‘Nothing at least until now. “It’s a smart way to put everyone in touch with your customers,” says Richard Blackwell, director and CEO at D3 Communications Inc., which launched its internet-based marketplace service last year for small businesses. The company currently serves over 10 million members worldwide who pay $25 monthly or more per month via their mobile phones, laptop computers/desktops (at least one desktop computer used) digital assistants, instant message accounts ($1-$2 each), email clients such as Outlook.com or Hotmail, payroll software like Excelsior & Gaskas, web browsers, cellphones—everything matters when it comes time.

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