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The Internet has changed the world in so many ways. Life has become a lot easier, and services have become way cheaper. And if you’re somebody hoping to simplify some aspects of life to make way for things that matter more – family and relationships (for most, at least) – here are three sites that aspire to do just that:
Air travel has dramatically cheapened over the last decade, thanks to the emergence of low-cost airfare and online ticketing sites. As a result, however, many airlines had to close. Nowadays, competition between surviving airlines is so tough most of them had to resort to keeping their best deals to their own corporate sites or third-party websites they have exclusive contracts with, instead of price-comparison websites. This is to ensure they don’t lose sales to other airlines.
In turn, the consumer looking to find the best deal had to go from one airline website to another, one ticketing site to the next, one flight site to another and so on. If time isn’t on your side, you just might not find the cheapest possible airfare.
Well, believe it or not, JetRadar.com is on your side. JetRadar is a search engine that thoroughly checks 728 airlines and hundreds of flight sites for the cheapest airfare offers and makes the data available for public use. Cheapest airfare. One-stop portal. What more can you ask for?
Efficiency in the workplace is a trait every business owner values, and well, for good reasons. That is why a lot of companies use CRM, social intranets and other online tools to enhance the productivity of their employees. So far, if there’s any remarkable downside to most of these tools, it is the cost of implementing them.
Bitrix24.com, a cloud-based social intranet and CRM platform, is here to provide a solution to the cost problem. Bitrix24.com is available for free for small companies comprised of just about 12 employees or less. The package comes with a CRM, real-time streaming, activity planner, sales funnel, work diary and other essential business features. For companies with a total headcount of more than 12 employees, monthly subscription starts at $99.
Naming a business is an important process. Once a business is named, every marketing and advertising agenda revolves around the name. It is imperative, therefore, that careful consideration be given to a business name. On the domain arena, lots and lots – yes, we’re talking millions here – of domains have already been registered that finding the best domain for a website can be extremely challenging, if not expensive if you’re to hire a branding agency.
PickyDomains.com is a crowdsourcing site with a population of over 50,000 contributors. To start receiving suggestions, register as a client, deposit $50 for a name or domain (or $75 for a slogan), specify your naming needs, then sit back, relax and wait for the suggestions to start coming in. Now here’s something branding agencies just wouldn’t be willing to offer you: If none of the suggestions meet your needs, you can ask for a refund.
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