Web Design Spartanburg Offers Web Design And SEO Services To Local Spartanburg/Greenville Businesses – Press Release

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Spartanburg, SC – Businesses nurse the ambition to grow, capture the attention of their target audience, rake in traffic which is converted into sales, and build a higher return on investment over time. While all of these are possible, the existence of fierce competition for the consumer’s attention poses a major problem. At Web Design Spartanburg, the team is focused on helping businesses to navigate and overcome this problem by providing them with the advantages of digital marketing.

As a leading digital marketing agency in the area, the team at Web Design Spartanburg is both experienced and committed to delivering results to each customer. By taking a personalized approach to handling each client’s needs, the team has been able to achieve even the most complex marketing goals in the shortest possible time frame.

Businesses and brands that choose to work with the team at Web Design Spartanburg can rest easy

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Just Eat Takeaway doubled its orders in Canada. It’s coming for the US next

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Just Eat Takeaway.com said on Wednesday that orders in Canada — where it operates as Skip The Dishes — rose by 98% to 23.5 million in the third quarter compared with the same period last year.

Canadians have been used to picking up food from restaurants rather than having it delivered to their homes. But that appears to be changing, encouraged by restrictions imposed during the pandemic and lockdowns that kept people at home.

“We are now transforming that pick-up culture into a delivery culture, that’s why it’s growing so quickly,” Just Eat Takeaway.com’s investor relations manager Joris Wilton told CNN Business, adding that the second quarter had seen similar levels of growth.

A big increase in the selection of meals offered by restaurants also helped, making consumers more likely to order food more often, he said.

Just Eat Takeaway.com, which was formed through a high-stakes merger last year, is
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Kitchen gadgets to get on sale on Amazon right now

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Amazon Prime Day 2020: Keurig coffee makers and other great kitchen gadgets are on sale for Prime Day. (Photo: Keurig)

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Amazon Prime Day is underway and almost gone. While you might be seeing a ton of featured deals on TVs and smart gadgets, Prime Day is about more than just tech—you can find great savings on top-rated cookware sets, air fryers and small appliances too (Just be sure to sign up for a Prime membership to take advantage of all the deals!).

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All sale long, we’ve been combing Amazon’s site to find the best Amazon Prime Day deals for readers. Here are our top find for cooking and kitchen products. If you’re

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Dr. Amber Jamal On A Mission To Build An Empire & Leave A Legacy

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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 14, 2020 / Dr. Amber Jamal became an entrepreneur in a very interesting and non-traditional way. An entrepreneur is a person who is not afraid to experiment or take risks in life. Her journey begins as a physician …

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 14, 2020 / Dr. Amber Jamal became an entrepreneur in a very interesting and non-traditional way. An entrepreneur is a person who is not afraid to experiment or take risks in life. Her journey begins as a physician …

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 14, 2020 / Dr. Amber Jamal became an entrepreneur in a very interesting and non-traditional way. An entrepreneur is a person who is not afraid to experiment or take risks in life. Her journey begins as a physician by training until she found the beauty world and decided that this was

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The stock market is sending signals that a Biden-led blue wave is getting less certain, says one Wall Street strategist

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  • While the polls suggest a blue wave victory is in reach for Democrats this November, the stock market isn’t so sure, according to a note from Evercore ISI.
  • Wall Street strategists have been forecasting that a blue wave would likely be positive for stocks on hopes of a large stimulus deal shortly after the election, which would help spur a surge in value and cyclical stocks.
  • But this week’s rotation out of value and into tech suggests that chances of a blue wave in November are less likely, according to the note.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Wall Street is increasingly expecting a blue wave victory for Democrats this November after the polls close, which would likely lead to the reflation trade: a surge in cyclical and value stocks at the expense of technology and growth stocks.

But recent trading activity in the stock market suggests

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Pluralsight Flow Expands Visibility Into Engineering Workflows With New Delivery Module Tool

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SILICON SLOPES, Utah, Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Pluralsight, Inc. (NASDAQ: PS), the enterprise technology skills platform, today announced the introduction of Delivery Module for Pluralsight Flow, a new tool designed to help engineering teams proactively overcome roadblocks in the software development process and identify improvements to deliver greater value and improve time-to-market. Pluralsight Flow’s Delivery Module is the first tool of its kind to use data from Jira to measure the human interactions that occur during the software development process, so teams can understand how they’re progressing against their goals and identify opportunities to optimize collaboration and their workflow.

“Engineering teams need increased data and visibility into their workflows. Pluralsight Flow delivers these necessary insights, allowing engineers and leaders to see data on the constraints facing their teams

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Virginia Extends Voter Registration Deadline Until Oct. 15 After Website Outage : NPR

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Virginia’s online voter registration system went down on the worst day possible: the last day that residents are allowed to register to vote.

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A federal judge in Richmond has ruled that Virginia must extend online and in-person voter registration until 11:59 p.m. on Oct. 15.

The order comes after a construction project accidentally cut a fiber internet line yesterday that took down several state websites, including the Department of Elections website on the last day of voter registration.

U.S. Judge John A. Gibney Jr. made the ruling early Wednesday morning in a lawsuit brought by several voter rights groups.

“There’s really not a lot of harm to the Commonwealth and the state registrars by extending the period of registration in this case,” Gibney Jr. said in the teleconference hearing, “but there is tremendous harm to the people who want to register to

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How JPMorgan and BlackRock are thinking of playing fund manager M&A

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  • Top brass from JPMorgan and BlackRock, among the firms to kick off earnings season with their results, said Tuesday that they expect more consolidation in the wealth- and asset-management industries.
  • Pressures on money managers have fueled a flurry of acquisitions in those areas this year, and analysts questioned executives about their own deal ambitions, albeit coming from different corners of the market. 
  • JPMorgan boss Jamie Dimon said the bank would be “very interested” in deals in that space, and BlackRock finance chief Gary Shedlin said the firm was focused on targets that could expand its technology, global distribution, and private markets capabilities.
  • Last week, Morgan Stanley said it would buy investment manager Eaton Vance in a deal valued at $7 billion just days after it closed on its E-Trade acquisition. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Top brass at the world’s largest asset manager and largest US bank told

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Zoom launches Zapps, OnZoom as it builds out its ecosystem for developers, content creators

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Zoom is launching Zapps, where apps developers can build within the video conferencing experience, and a new event marketplace called OnZoom aimed at a wide range of content creators with monetization for ticket sales.

Combine the two efforts and it’s clear Zoom is leveraging its scale and popularity to build an ecosystem for a wide range of partners.

Zoom outlined its new efforts during its Zoomtopia virtual customer event. The updates come as Zoom is holding a financial analyst meeting during Zoomtopia. “Zoom has become more than just a video communication platform,” said CEO Eric Yuan during his keynote. “It’s a people-centric platform. Zoom has become a thing you do.”

This year’s Zoomtopia, which is virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is going to get more attention than previous years since Zoom has become the go-to platform for remote work and education. Zoom supports more than 3 trillion annualized meeting

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