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Cranky Business Customers Sound Off on Credit Card Features & Apps

Satisfaction drops among a key customer segment stressed out by COVID. Online and mobile tools come up short. Better communication would help. The post Cranky Business Customers Sound Off on Credit Card Features & Apps appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Credit Cards, Small Business, Finance, Customer Experience, Websites, Digital Banking Strategies, Mobile Channel, Featured Content, Credit Card Features


Uber officially completes Postmates acquisition

Uber today announced the official completion of its Postmates acquisition deal, which it announced originally back in July. The all-stock deal, valued at around $2.65 billion at the time of its disclosure, sees Postmates join Uber, while continuing to operate as a separate service with its own branding and front-end – while some backend operations, including a shared pool of drivers, will merge. Uber confirms it is acquiring Postmates in an all-stock, $2.65B deal Uber detailed some o...
Tags: Startups, TC, Uber, Apps, California, Companies, M&a, Websites, Driver, Postmates, Online Food Ordering, Food Service


How to get Google to crawl your Google Site or other websites and improve your search performance

When Google crawls your website, it catalogues any updates, ensuring your site appears in all relevant search results. mihailomilovanovic/Getty Images To get Google to crawl your Google Site or personal website after you've updated it, you'll need to submit a request. Crawling captures and indexes a site at a particular point in time — ensuring that search engines have the most current version of your site. Google may take a few weeks to crawl your site, but you can check on the status usi...
Tags: Google, Trends, Google Search, Google Analytics, Websites, Google Search Console, Crawling, Tech Insider, Google Sites, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Laptops & Tablets (Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To, Vivian McCall Business Insider, Vivian McCall


How to edit a Google Site and customize your website's appearance

Google Sites makes it easy to design your own website. 10'000 Hours/Getty Images You can edit a Google Site to customize its appearance. Google Sites allows you to add text, images, hyperlinks, YouTube videos, and more to your webpage. You can also add charts, sheets, documents, and slideshows from your Google Drive. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Google Sites is a free tool to make your own website without the help of a developer.You can start from s...
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What is Google Sites? How to use the free website-building tool

Google Sites offers an easy-to-use interface for creating simple websites. Willie B. Thomas/Getty Images Google Sites is a free website builder from Google. You can create websites with collaborators by giving another Google user edit access. Google Sites are compatible with other Google services like Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Google Sites is Google's free and easy-to-use website building tool.While the look or feel of Googl...
Tags: Google, Google Drive, Trends, Websites, Squarespace, Google Account, Tech Insider, Google Home, Google Sites, Google Home Hub, Google Home Wi Fi, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Laptops & Tablets (Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To


How to delete a Google Site if you no longer need the website active, or restore a deleted site

It's easy to delete a Google Site you've created, or restore a site you've deleted. Yiu Yu Hoi/Getty Images You can delete a Google Site in a few simple clicks.  Deleted Google Sites can be restored within 30 days. You can delete and restore both new and classic Google Sites. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Google Sites is an easy-to-use DIY website building tool.With templates for portfolios, projects, events and more, you can use Google Sites...
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How to create a Google Site and easily publish your own custom website

Google Sites makes it easy to create your own website. Westend61/Getty Images You can create a Google Site for personal or business use simply by heading to the Google Sites website. When you create your Google Site, you'll be offered templates to help you bring your site to life, even if you lack web-building skills. Before you publish the Google Site, you'll be asked to choose its URL, or input a URL that you already own. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. ...
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Microsoft brings new shopping tools to its Edge browser

Microsoft announced a few updates to its Edge browser today that are all about shopping. In addition to expanding the price comparison feature the team announced last month, Edge can now also automatically find coupons for you. In addition, the company is launching a new shopping hub in its Bing search engine. The timing here is undoubtedly driven by the holiday shopping season — though this year, it feels like Black Friday-style deals already started weeks ago. Image Credits: Microsoft Th...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Business, Microsoft, Tech, Search Engine, Websites, Bing, Microsoft Bing, Coupon, RetailMeNot, Mass Media


What is a 404 error? How to deal with the web error across sites, or fix one on your own site

It's likely that you've encountered a 404 error before. Maskot/Getty Images A 404 error indicates that the webpage you're trying to reach can't be found. You might see a 404 error because of a problem with the website, because the page was moved or deleted, or because you typed the URL wrong. 404 errors are less common today than they used to be, as websites now strive to automatically redirect visitors away from deleted pages. There are several ways you can try to resolve 404 erro...
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Is your website experienced?

We’ve been writing a lot about Google this week. As we identified a little ways back, search engine optimization is a crucial element of effective marketing for 2021. Today, we want to focus on page experience, which might seem a bit backward. Don’t you have to get people to your site via Google before you worry about their experience? Not anymore. In May, Google provided an update where they highlighted the important role that Page Experience would play in your website’s ranking: Great page ex...
Tags: Google, Marketing, Social Media, Seo, Target Audience, Website, User Experience, Websites, Search Engine Optimization, Don, Website Optimization, Page Experience


We all have to EAT in 2021

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: SEO and showing up on Google are key to your digital marketing success in 2021. To that end, we have another idea to introduce you to — EAT. EAT, or the EAT principle, stands for Expertise, Authoritativeness, and Trustworthiness (or Page Quality). EAT is one of the factors that Google uses in determining your page ranking and how high your website places in their search results. Our friends at SEMRush have noted that following the EAT principle will ...
Tags: Google, Marketing, Seo, Target Audience, Marketing Strategy, Website, Websites, Search Engine Optimization, Digital Marketing, Digital Strategy, Digital Marketing Strategy, Online Strategy, Website Optimization, Web Writing


Digital Wellness Tools Embraced by Financially Stressed Consumers

Fintech apps now face stiffer competition as large financial institutions have upped their game. But will the rest of the industry keep pace? The post Digital Wellness Tools Embraced by Financially Stressed Consumers appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Customer Experience, Mobile Apps, Websites, Fintech, Financial Education, Digital Banking Strategies, Branch Strategies, Mobile Channel, Featured Content, Financial Wellness, Digital Wellness Tools


10 things you need to check on your website

In this blog, we're looking at the instinctive things that we check when we're looking at a website. We'll talk about how you can fix and improve some of those. Some are performance issues and others are SEO issues. We're hoping that this will compliment our previous resources on SEO. [Author: [email protected] (Matthew Stibbe)]
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Websites, Optimisation, Matthew Stibbe


Embrace Evil by Enabling Dark Mode in Every App

If you love staring at the bright, white backgrounds in your various devices’ operating systems, this article is not for you. I can’t stand it, personally. I stare at enough screens during the day that switching over to dark mode is an almost indescribable relief on my eyes. Plus, it’s super goth. Here’s how to set up…Read more...
Tags: Ios, Android, Apps, Windows, Websites, Lifehacks, macOS, Dark Mode


How to save a webpage as a PDF on a Windows computer using the web browser of your choice

Windows users can use any common web browser to save webpages as PDF articles. nortonrsx/Getty Images You can save a webpage as a PDF on a Windows computer using any installed web browser, including Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. To save any webpage as a PDF, you will need to access the browser's Print menu and select "Save as PDF" or "Microsoft Print to PDF" for your printing destination.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. As the saying...
Tags: Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft, Trends, Web Browsers, Windows 10, Websites, Printing, Pdf, Microsoft Windows, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Tech Insider, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Laptops & Tablets (Reference


Spying a pivot to ghost kitchens, Softbank’s second Vision Fund pours $120 million into Ordermark

“We’re building a decentralized ghost kitchen,” is a sentence that could launch a thousand investor calls, and Alex Canter, the chief executive officer behind Ordermark, knows it. The 29 year-old CEO has, indeed, built a decentralized ghost kitchen — and managed to convince Softbank’s latest Vision Fund to invest in a $120 million round for that the company announced today. “We have uncovered an opportunity to help drive more orders into restaurants through this offering we have called Nextbite,...
Tags: Startups, TC, Uber, Chef, Business, Softbank, America, Los Angeles, Chief executive officer, Ceo, Companies, Restaurant, Websites, Wiz Khalifa, East Coast, Denver


Fragomen, a law firm used by Google, confirms data breach

Immigration law firm Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy has confirmed a data breach involving the personal information of current and former Google employees. The New York-based law firm provides companies with employment verification screening services to determine if employees are eligible and authorized to work in the United States. Every company operating in the United States is required to maintain a Form I-9 file on every employee to ensure that they are legally allowed to work and not ...
Tags: Google, Security, California, Attorney General, Tech, Data Breach, United States, Websites, Immigration Law, The New York, Fragomen, Michael McNamara, Fragomen Del Rey Bernsen Loewy


Gowalla is being resurrected as an augmented reality social app

Gowalla is coming back. The startup, which longtime TechCrunch readers will likely recall, was an ambitious consumer social app that excited Silicon Valley investors but ultimately floundered in its quest to take on Foursquare before an eventual in 2011 brought the company’s talent to Facebook. The story certainly seemed destined to end there, but founder Josh Williams tells TechCrunch that he has decided to revive the Gowalla name and build on its ultimate vision by leaning on augmented...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Tech, Software, Williams, Nintendo, Silicon Valley, Websites, Augmented Reality, Foursquare, Operating Systems, TechCrunch, Facebook Apple, Mirage


Wiring your website with the correct colours

Has a website ever elicited a specific emotion from you? Sometimes it doesn’t even have to do with the words or imagery you’re looking at — you just feel a certain way looking at the site. Emotions are powerful. Effective marketing often relies on tapping into an emotional response. And there are many different factors involved in creating the response you’re looking for from your website, including the colours you use. The connection between colours and emotions in websites and design is fascin...
Tags: Marketing, Target Audience, Website, Digital Media, Emotions, Websites, Communications, Branding, Digital Marketing, Digital Marketing Strategy, Communicatto, Digital Media Strategy, Website Optimization, Colour Palette


What are the biggest website trends heading into 2021?

We’ve written about how important it is to pump your digital presence up right now. For many people, the most significant piece of that is making sure you have a great website. But website trends change, and staying on top of what’s hot and what’s not is a full-time job. We should know, it’s part of what we do at Communicatto! We’ve been working with a bunch of organizations to tune their websites up for 2021. If that’s on your to-do list, now is the time to act! 99Designs had a good rundown of ...
Tags: Business, Marketing, Website, Websites, Communications, Branding, Digital Marketing, Website Design, Digital Marketing Strategy, Website Optimization, 2021 Website Trends


Shogun raises $35M to help brands take on Amazon with faster and better sites of their own

E-commerce has boomed this year, with more businesses and shoppers than ever before turning to websites and apps as a safer, socially distanced alternative during the current global health pandemic. Today, a startup that has built a platform to help individual companies and brands design better websites is announcing a round of growth funding to help them step up to that challenge with faster and better designed interfaces. Shogun, which lets companies build sites that sit on top of e-commerce b...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Design, Instagram, Scotland, Tech, Glasgow, Websites, Taylor, NICK, Shopify, Accel, Magento, SVP


Use the 1913 Webster's Dictionary When You Need to Define a Word

As a child, I had this bit where I’d attempt to delay my bedtime by asking my mother to read me a story, and then returning with the household copy of the unabridged Webster’s Dictionary after she sent me to pick out a book. (I’d imagine this was a common kid strategy until relatively recently). We had the 1966 versionRead more...
Tags: Websites, Words, Lifehacks, Dictionary, Webster


Manage leads, listings and loans with Townify

The agent operating system Townify combines a practical set of features and emphasizes loan-officer integration to keep agents on track of leads and listings.
Tags: Technology, Opinion, Marketing, Social Media, Radio, Web Apps, Websites, Open House, Select, Real Estate Technology, PROPtech, Lead Nurture, Tech Reviews, Technology Reviews, Home Search, Consumer Search


Bank Website Personality Test: Is Your Site a Dog or a Cat?

Bank and credit union websites are the brand's front door. What do consumers think when they enter? Take this five-question test to find out. The post Bank Website Personality Test: Is Your Site a Dog or a Cat? appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Customer Experience, Websites, Ux, Digital Design, Brand Identity & Design


Google Meet and other Google services go down (Updated)

Google’s engineers aren’t having a good day today. This afternoon, a number of Google services went offline or are barely reachable. These services include Google Meet, Drive, Docs, Analytics, Classroom and Calendar, for example. While Google’s own status dashboards don’t show any issues, we’re seeing reports from around the world from people who aren’t able to reach any of these services. Best we can tell, these issues started around 6pm PT. It’s unusual for this number of Google servi...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Gmail, Analytics, Companies, X, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Websites, Classroom, San Francisco Bay Area, Google Meet, Google Meet Drive Docs Analytics Classroom


HubSpot chatbot considered harmful: results from Articulate's experiment with website chat

Are you considering adding a chatbot to your B2B website? Read this before you do. [Author: [email protected] (Matthew Stibbe)]
Tags: Marketing, Websites, Matthew Stibbe, Lead Capture


Data Reveals a Surprise Driver of CX Satisfaction in Banking

Traditional and direct financial institutions do well with websites and mobile apps but other factors impact loyalty and revenue far more. The post Data Reveals a Surprise Driver of CX Satisfaction in Banking appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Customer Experience, Spotlight, Websites, Loyalty, Online Banking, Digital Banking Strategies, Branch Strategies, Mobile Channel, Featured Content


Research Reveals Path to Improved CX Satisfaction Scores in Banking

Traditional and direct financial institutions do well with websites and mobile apps but other factors impact loyalty and revenue far more. The post Research Reveals Path to Improved CX Satisfaction Scores in Banking appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Customer Experience, Websites, Loyalty, Online Banking, Digital Banking Strategies, Branch Strategies, Mobile Channel, Featured Content


Online Reviews Reveal Blind Spots in Banking Transformation Strategies

Financial marketers must embrace reviews, good or bad, as a key part of the consumer digital journey. Here's how to manage them efficiently. The post Online Reviews Reveal Blind Spots in Banking Transformation Strategies appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Customer Experience, Websites, Reputation, Digital Marketing, Customer Journey, Community & Public Relations


Online Reviews Can Reveal Blind Spots in Banking Transformation

Financial marketers must embrace reviews, good or bad, as a key part of the consumer digital journey. Here's how to manage them efficiently. The post Online Reviews Can Reveal Blind Spots in Banking Transformation appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Finance, Customer Experience, Websites, Reputation, Digital Marketing, Customer Journey, Community & Public Relations