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Reputation.com, a complete Online Reputation Management (ORM) platform, is accelerating its category momentum with the acquisition of SIM Partners, “whose proven Directory Management technology deepens and augments Reputation.com’s own capabilities,” a provided announcement notes.
So how does it work?
Reputation.com’s SaaS platform now helps organizations with dozens or thousands of locations and professionals provide robust and intuitive search capabilities for consumers, by powering find-a-doctor directories for healthcare, dealer locators for automotive, and location finders for retail, restaurants, hospitality, and other industries.
The stakes are high. Eighty-two percent of smartphone users turn to search to find local businesses according to Google, and 77 percent start their search for a healthcare provider online, according to Pew Research. Robust Directory Management tools are essential to ensure that websites and third-party directories are easily searchable and always reflect correct addresses, phone numbers, hours of operation and other critical information for every location, consistently, across any device.
We’re told that Reputation.com’s acquisition of SIM Partners is important because it creates the first and only platform that covers the entire span of consumer experience for location-based enterprises on the web, by integrating:
- Business listings, directories and location finders
- Review management
- Customer surveys
- Operational analytics
- Social media management
- Mobile customer engagement
- A broad array of digital advertising services
“The customer experience begins before anyone walks in the door,” said Reputation.com Founder and Executive Chairman Michael Fertik. “And it persists long after the visit, across the web on social media and review sites. For too long, location-based enterprises and large healthcare organizations have cobbled together fragmented tools to manage customer experience on the web. The days of disconnected point solutions are done.”
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The Apple-owned Shazam service has updated its app for the first time since the aquisition, and has added lyric syncing in real-time to a played song, better search results display, and an all-new track menu providing access to all the information the service has.
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The Android TV ecosystem currently consists of the SHIELD and some other things no one buys. There may soon be another Android TV device worth picking up. The Stream+ from Channel Master is up for pre-order, and it ships later this month. This is an Android TV box, but it also has built-in dual TV tuners and DVR functionality.
The hardware looks like a slightly warped Google Home that was cut in half.
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Apple is continuing work on advanced haptic feedback technologies, with the latest development outlined in a patent application describing methods of dynamically attracting or repelling a cover glass depending on user input.
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Google has been slowly but surely updating its latest couple of communications apps: Allo and Duo. However, the latest news comes in the form of integrating Duo into more apps so that Google’s Duo Video calling service can be activated at the tap of a button without even opening the app. With the latest versions of the Google Pixel’s Phone app, Contacts app, and Android Messages app (13.0, 2.1, and 2.6 respectively), and as seen on the Google Pixel 2, you’ll be able to see a video icon next to a contact’s name who is already using Duo. You’ll see this icon in the call history window, next…
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A photo taken during construction of Apple’s Steve Jobs Theater reveals the comfy leather seats media and employees will be enjoying in less than a week, when company executives are expected to take the stage to unveil a host of new products.
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