For desktop users, the expanded web app (web.phone.com) allows a user to process messages, faxes and more from a laptop at home or any location. The new offering utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) to match relevant phone numbers and domain names, helping businesses make their phone number more memorable. “This offering is a unique business communications tool for today’s always-on, mobile professional,” said Web.com Group CEO and President, Sharon Rowlands. “We’re always hunting for new ways to simplify life for our customers so providing the ability to address both business and personal calls on a single device was an easy decision once we started looking closely at it. We’re thrilled to be able to partner with Phone.com, a forward-thinking company that shares our obsession with supporting small business owners and entrepreneurs.” “We’re excited about the opportunity to forge a partnership with Web.com,” said Phone.com CEO, Ari Rabban.
“Our talented teams have worked together to craft a solution that is ideal for Web.com and Network Solutions customers. Remote work is a crucial aspect of today’s business landscape and we are proud to offer a solution that lets users connect from the mobile devices they love while maintaining professionalism and brand identity.” Phone by Web.com is easy to install and customers can cancel anytime; unlike traditional phone numbers, there is no contract and no long-term commitment required. For more information visit the partnership program . Tags: 25314, Lola's Charleston WV, Natural & Fresh Food, Restaurant Review, Vintage Hot Spot, Vintage Indie. Vintage Hot Spot Interview & Tour: Black Bear Vintage & Handmade Brooklyn, NY. Vintage Indie is pelased to welcome co owners Michelle Ferrara and Julia Duncan-Roitman with an inside look at their store Black Bear Vintage & Handmade. Do you offer vintage or handmade items in your store? Cat and Dog pillows, by our very own Julia Duncan-Roitman. Is shopping indie and small businesses important to you?
Tags: Black Bear Vintage & Handmade, Brooklyn NY, Handmade, Indie, Store Tour, Vintage, Vintage, VintageIndie. Vintage Hot Spot: Logan Antique Mall Logan, Ohio (Hocking Hills) During our recent stay in Hocking Hills, it just so happened after leaving a very delicious restaurant (more on that later) we stumbled upon a sign that read antique mall. With the rainy weather and our love for antiques and vintage it was a perfect surprise. For the next three hours, yes you read that right, three hours , we strolled the packed isles of the Logan Antique Mall. The front porch, as long as the building was full of flea market priced goods. The familiar smell of well loved treasures and worn edges on many pieces of furniture and glassware made for a super fun treasure hunt for hubbs and me. Isle after isle we took our time as our eyes gazed on some fantastic finds. Vintage and Antique cameras were plenty at this store. A very full glass case of all kinds of flashlights. I've never seen so many antique flashlights all in one place. It was $90.00 a little out of my price range for our kitchen phone. Although this picture doesn't do the mall justice, it is very well lit and organized. For information and hours visit the Logan Antique Mall Website. Tags: Antiques, Collectibles, Flea Market, Hocking Hills, Hocking Hills Ohio, Logan Antique Mall, Vintage Hot Spot, Vintage Shopping, VintageIndie. Vintage Hot Spot: Tour & Interview Sweet Things Vintage Texarkana, AR. We are so excited to be sharing with you a tour of Sweet Things Vintage Antique Mall filled to the brim with vintage goodies and authentic antiques. Please help me welcome Becky Sweet, owner of Sweet Things Vintage. Front of the store showing one of our local historic homes across the street. I started business in January of 2005 and quickly directed my focus on Vintage Costume Jewelry. In my former career I was a stock broker and financial advisor and worked teaching State Employees how to invest for retirement. It never would have occurred to me then that antiques can be a nice investment. I moved back to my home town of Texarkana in August of 2006 when my daughter started college, to be closer to my parents who had just retired from the electronics business after 40 years. We have 6000 square foot, most of which is showrooms. Mom got interested in my Jewelry business after I moved back and started helping me almost daily. She especially enjoyed our road trips when we would go hunting for new stock. May 8th of 2008, we opened Sweet Things Vintage in the old store building as an antique mall.
After we'd been open a year, Dad retired a second time. he had been a full time volunteer at a local homeless shelter after deciding that retirement wasn't much fun sitting on the couch! And, since then he has joined Mom & I and has become our "picker" going to estate and garage sales, auctions and responding to newspaper ads. He is still learning, but brings in some wonderful things for us to sell. One of the best things for me about the store is spending time doing something fun with my parents. We are located at the corner of East 7th and Pecan at 620 E. We are open 4 days a week from 10-5 Wednesday through Saturday.
Our online stores are, of course, open 7 days a week and 24 hours a day for your shopping pleasure! This vendor is in her 70's and has been doing this for a very long time, so has a great eye!