MicroBiz

Retail POS Software to Automate Your Store Operations

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About MicroBiz
MicroBiz is easy-to-use retail automation software designed to automate manual tasks that can consume operations at independent retailers. Runs on iPads, Macs and PCs. Access your store system any time, any place. Updates included for free with subscription.
MicroBiz
Retail POS Software to Automate Your Store Operations
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Core Features
POS Software Features
  • Layaway Management
  • Retail Management
  • Sales Tracking
  • Customer Management
  • Dashboard
  • Gift Card Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Invoicing
  • Loyalty Program
  • Order Management
  • Payment Processing
  • Pricing Management
  • Reporting and Analytics
  • Store Management
Discussions
Microblogging emerged over the end of the web 2.0 era, but over the years it has already gained tremendous popularity. The most common microblog is a Twitter account.As per the definition, micro means something extremely small and as the name suggests, Microblogging refers to a very short form of blogs exchanging only small elements of content over social media sites. Mostly Microblogs are in the form of few sentences, short videos or individual images. Microblogging has many benefits over traditional forms of communication like writing. Saves time of developing contentCan drive traffic to your blogsYou can determine the frequency of your postsImportant and urgent information can be published easily to your social communityAllows communicating with your followersCan create engaging content with the use of multimedia elementsBuilding a personal brand identityCreating awareness for your products and servicesBoosting your chances of generating a huge customer baseMicroblogging is also very helpful when it comes to branding. Brands creating the Microblog usually take a specific approach to designing a profile that allows others to identify them from other users and build a unique identity.Microblogs can also be used to promote products. When you have a website with a good product, you can use your microblog to make a good impression on your customers and visitors and to drive targeted traffic to your site. So, what are some good sites for Microblogging? Twitter: The platform is based on the concept of sharing short tweets or texts with a limit of 280 characters. Twitter allows users to add audio, video, links and more along with sharing, liking and retweeting. It is the go-to site for Microblogging brands or individual users. On average, 500 million tweets are posted per day on Twitter which speaks of its popularity.Tumblr: Yet another platform known for short blogs is Tumblr. The site owned by Yahoo has over 496 million blog accounts. One can put up blogs with links, images, GIFs, video, audio tracks and a lot more. Users can also comment on the blogs and reblog other’s blogs.Instagram: This platform has redefined itself from a purely visual to a site allowing brands and users to create compelling videos and other interesting formats for bloggers. It permits a limit of 2,200 characters in the captions. Short video formats like Reels and Carousel of images give microbloggers a room for creativity. Here is how we used the platform to create an interesting overview in the form of a carousel of our blog: Our intensive analysis of Google’s core update 2020. In a nutshell, Microblogs are useful tools that you can use to communicate with your visitors, customers & fans and help promote your products and services.
Microblogging emerged over the end of the web 2.0 era, but over the years it has already gained tremendous popularity. The most common microblog is a Twitter account.As per the definition, micro means something extremely small and as the name suggests, Microblogging refers to a very short form of blogs exchanging only small elements of content over social media sites. Mostly Microblogs are in the form of few sentences, short videos or individual images. Microblogging has many benefits over traditional forms of communication like writing. Saves time of developing contentCan drive traffic to your blogsYou can determine the frequency of your postsImportant and urgent information can be published easily to your social communityAllows communicating with your followersCan create engaging content with the use of multimedia elementsBuilding a personal brand identityCreating awareness for your products and servicesBoosting your chances of generating a huge customer baseMicroblogging is also very helpful when it comes to branding. Brands creating the Microblog usually take a specific approach to designing a profile that allows others to identify them from other users and build a unique identity.Microblogs can also be used to promote products. When you have a website with a good product, you can use your microblog to make a good impression on your customers and visitors and to drive targeted traffic to your site. So, what are some good sites for Microblogging? Twitter: The platform is based on the concept of sharing short tweets or texts with a limit of 280 characters. Twitter allows users to add audio, video, links and more along with sharing, liking and retweeting. It is the go-to site for Microblogging brands or individual users. On average, 500 million tweets are posted per day on Twitter which speaks of its popularity.Tumblr: Yet another platform known for short blogs is Tumblr. The site owned by Yahoo has over 496 million blog accounts. One can put up blogs with links, images, GIFs, video, audio tracks and a lot more. Users can also comment on the blogs and reblog other’s blogs.Instagram: This platform has redefined itself from a purely visual to a site allowing brands and users to create compelling videos and other interesting formats for bloggers. It permits a limit of 2,200 characters in the captions. Short video formats like Reels and Carousel of images give microbloggers a room for creativity. Here is how we used the platform to create an interesting overview in the form of a carousel of our blog: Our intensive analysis of Google’s core update 2020. In a nutshell, Microblogs are useful tools that you can use to communicate with your visitors, customers & fans and help promote your products and services.

Microblogging emerged over the end of the web 2.0 era, but over the years it has already gained tremendous popularity. The most common microblog is a Twitter account.

As per the definition, micro means something extremely small and as the name suggests, Microblogging refers to a very short form of blogs exchanging only small elements of content over social media sites. Mostly Microblogs are in the form of few sentences, short videos or individual images. 

Microblogging has many benefits over traditional forms of communication like writing. 

  • Saves time of developing content
  • Can drive traffic to your blogs
  • You can determine the frequency of your posts
  • Important and urgent information can be published easily to your social community
  • Allows communicating with your followers
  • Can create engaging content with the use of multimedia elements
  • Building a personal brand identity
  • Creating awareness for your products and services
  • Boosting your chances of generating a huge customer base

Microblogging is also very helpful when it comes to branding. Brands creating the Microblog usually take a specific approach to designing a profile that allows others to identify them from other users and build a unique identity.

Microblogs can also be used to promote products. When you have a website with a good product, you can use your microblog to make a good impression on your customers and visitors and to drive targeted traffic to your site. 

So, what are some good sites for Microblogging? 

  • Twitter: The platform is based on the concept of sharing short tweets or texts with a limit of 280 characters. Twitter allows users to add audio, video, links and more along with sharing, liking and retweeting. 
    It is the go-to site for Microblogging brands or individual users. On average, 500 million tweets are posted per day on Twitter which speaks of its popularity.
  • Tumblr: Yet another platform known for short blogs is Tumblr. The site owned by Yahoo has over 496 million blog accounts. One can put up blogs with links, images, GIFs, video, audio tracks and a lot more. Users can also comment on the blogs and reblog other’s blogs.
  • Instagram: This platform has redefined itself from a purely visual to a site allowing brands and users to create compelling videos and other interesting formats for bloggers. It permits a limit of 2,200 characters in the captions. 

    Short video formats like Reels and Carousel of images give microbloggers a room for creativity. Here is how we used the platform to create an interesting overview in the form of a carousel of our blog: Our intensive analysis of Google’s core update 2020. 

In a nutshell, Microblogs are useful tools that you can use to communicate with your visitors, customers & fans and help promote your products and services.

Key Details
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21 Days

Starting Price:

$55/Month

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