The new service from Main Street Hub helps small companies manage their online reputations and presence on Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, Google+, Foursquare and TripAdvisor.
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One of the toughest tasks small restaurants handle is producing professional-looking menus in print and online, but MustHaveMenus helps automate that process.
More than half of small businesses now use mobile credit-card readers -- or plan to do so within 12 months.
The Collaborate.com service was designed for teams that aren't desk-bound, such as real estate agents, automotive dealers or medical clinics.
With eVoice, small businesses can now make it simpler for customers or prospects to initiate a phone conversation.
SiteApps offers a suite of applications specifically meant to help small businesses get a better handle on traffic and visitor metrics -- and then take action to improve them.
Available for both Apple iOS and Google Android, the service boasts more than 7 million users.
ShopSocially lets small retailers embed social apps within an existing Web site, adding another layer of potential interaction.
The bundle includes a high-definition Web camera, speakerphone and four months of the OmniJoin basic service.
The playing field is becoming rather crowded as cloud startups vie for attention among SMBs against venerable offerings from Intuit, Microsoft and Sage.