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Backbone Connect Business Internet Access Service
backboneconnect.co.uk/business-internet-access.html
2013-04-24 13:25:09

Backbone Connect specialise in high performance Business Internet Access Solutions for businesses across the UK and Europe. We don't work with domestic users so our network remains uncongested and optimised for our business customers – that is optimised for data, WAN, VoIP and Video traffic.


Backbone Connect ensure their client will have have the benefit of highly resilient Business Internet Connectivity backed by industry-leading service level agreements.
2013-04-24 13:25:09
David Brodycommented on an excerpt
Indeed, its very nice to have this when my kids grow up so i can protect them from every harmful thing :)
2013-04-24 13:24:00
This is a novel idea, like the concept.
2013-04-24 13:04:31
David Brodycommented on an excerpt
Conversion Rate Optimization in SEO Industry
assistedreputation.com/
2013-03-05 07:33:14
Assisted Reputation is a results driven UK based SEO company, with a particular focus on brand protection and promotion. Our experienced London based SEO consultants work with a variety of businesses and organisations to best promote them through a range on online mediums. Our team have worked with a variety of clients ranging from start-up’s to international enterprises.
Adopting SEO services in order to gain relevant targeted traffic to a website is only half the battle, in order to generate a positive ROI and convert these targeted leads into paying customers they must be converted by an engaging and informative website.
2013-03-05 07:33:14
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Twitter kills Android, iPhone and AIR desktop apps for TweetDeck | Internet & Media - CNET News
news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57572483-93/twitter-kills-android-iphone-and-air-desktop-apps-for-tweetdeck/
2013-03-05 07:32:10
Twitter is shutting down the TweetDeck apps for
Android and iPhone, as well as axing the Adobe AIR desktop version, the company announced today through the TweetDeck blog.
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