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Virtual Receptionists

No one wants to speak to a recording when they call up a business’s customer service number.  However, it’s obviously cheaper for business owners to utilize a computer automated system than to pay an actual human, who they have to pay for hours worked, plus sick pay and holidays and breaks and so on.  But there’s a middle ground that business owners would be wise to look into: virtual receptionists.  Virtual receptionists are only paid for actual time worked.  For this reason, a virtual receptionist is far cheaper than hiring an in-house receptionist.  Plus, they eliminate the computer automated system and create a much higher customer satisfaction rate.  Virtual receptionists are the answer to creating a cheaper alternative to the traditional receptionist.  Keep your customers happy, so that they will return for repeat business: Invest in virtual receptionists today.  For more information, check out the infographic below, originally posted by CallRuby.com.

Virtual Receptionists

Free Calls While Travelling

Making free calls while travelling has never been more simple than with KNCTR. Learn some interesting facts about travelling and calling with this informative infographic and make sure you don’t get caught with $23,000 in roaming charges, like one Canadian woman did, in June 2013.  Check out KNCTR and find out how you can make FREE calls back home to the U.S. or Canada, while travelling abroad.

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Elite Security Systems

Most people are fairly content with a password protected computer and single lock front door.  Well, perhaps we are not perfectly content with this level of security, but it tends to be pretty normal for the average person.  So what do the wealthier among us rely on?  What kind of protection do those with elite security systems enjoy?  Learn about the many ways the elite keep safe, with their highly advanced security systems, in the infographic below.  Also, be sure to check out  gavindebecker.com as they are the creators of this infographic and really know their way around security systems. – Ed Hinman

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The Mobile Gaming Boom

Grab your phone and…get gaming?  These days a phone is used for so much more than just making a call.  With the advent of the smartphone, the mobile gaming market has exploded.  And, what may come as a surprise to some folks, is that a majority of these mobile gamers are women.  In fact, they are women over twenty.  So you can no longer complain that your mom isn’t hip to what’s new, and you can’t say girls aren’t gamers either– because women are leading the crowd in the world of mobile gaming.  For more interesting facts and numbers on the rise of mobile gaming, check out the infographic below, brought to you by Jackpot City.

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The Flashlight Terminology Guide

When it comes to choosing the right flashlight, whether it be to keep in your car for those nighttime flat tires or to make your way to the fuse box when the lights go out, it’s important to know how to pick the right one.  The best way to do this is to get familiarized with flashlight terminology, and this infographic can help.  So don’t let yourself get left in the dark, check it out…and for even more information on flashlights and other multi-tools, check out this infographic’s original posting here.

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Flashlight Terminology

RC Models & BLDC Motors

RC models have been used by everyone from the casual child owner of an RC model toy, to the armed forces.  In the past, gas-powered RC vehicles were preferred.  However, thanks to  improvements in brushless DC motors, electric motors may soon be the new norm.  For information on why the BLDC motor is big news in the world of RC models, check out the infographic below.  Also, be sure to check out the original posting, here. RC Models