You need a mobile site – now!
According to Global Index, 80 percent of internet users worldwide own a smartphone. Now, take a moment to digest that. We still have massive amounts of people living in poverty in the world, in areas with no clean water or accessible healthcare, and yet the number of mobile connections globally has surpassed the world’s population. Technology is changing at an unprecedented speed, which makes the lives of small business owners feel like an endless rollercoaster ride – right when you think you’re on top of things, it becomes yesterday’s news and you’re right back at the beginning of the learning curve again!
Smartphones have been around since 1992, but only became widely adopted in the early 2000s. From the original IBM Simon to Palm and Blackberry to iPhones and many others available in the market today, nobody could precisely predict when mobile devices would take over desktops and ultimately rule the marketing world.
People On The Move - (04/15/15)
Rhonda A. Waskiewicz, OTR, Ed.D., Named Dean of the
College of Health and Education at Husson University
GasBuddy says: Expect a slow, modest decline in retail gas prices through Q2
CHICAGO – Through the first quarter of 2015, retail gasoline prices climbed highest in California and the Great Lakes region, but overall it’s been a subdued climb across the rest of the U.S. with the national average price of gasoline rising 45 cents per gallon since the New Year.
“While California’s average reached a 2015 high point of $3.44 earlier this year, and the Great Lakes states saw spikes due to multiple refinery problems in the Midwest, we believe we may have already seen the 2015 peak for the U.S. when the national average hit $2.47/gal. on March 6,” said Patrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst with GasBuddy.
Eastern Maine Community College & Eastern Maine Development Corporation train former Verso workers to prepare for new jobs
BANGOR — Twelve dislocated workers, including 10 people laid off from the Verso Mill in Bucksport, are being retrained in a customized fine woodworking and cabinetmaking program at Eastern Maine Community College.
The program is the result of a collaborative effort between EMCC, Eastern Maine Development Corporation and Maine Quality Centers to train dislocated workers for fine woodworking careers, primarily in the boatbuilding industry.
Website CMS and Development by Links Online Marketing, LLC, Bangor Maine