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Internet, Toll Free NumbersIt isn't just cloud storage and sharing tech like Dropbox killer Transporter that's reshaping the business landscape: Internet speeds and innovative local government programs aimed at attracting workers and businesses are set to have a major impact too…

toll free number 800 toll free number, emergency toll free numbersDid you know that the state of Kansas has over 7,000 miles of railroad track? So what happens when an accident occurs? You may think that calling 911 is the best option for immediate assistance, but that may take time and redirection before connecting to the proper channels. You may be surprised that sometimes a toll free number can work better for quick services.

Vanity Number, Toll Free NumberYou know you need a great vanity toll free number but who do you get it from?

There are many options out there today, but like any other necessary service for your business, not all vendors are equal. As one of the most important elements of your brand and operations this is certainly not one of those items you can afford to have a weak business partner in.

 

Toll free 800 number prefixes include 800, 888, 877, 866, and 855. These multiple prefixes exist due to increasing toll free 800 number demands, allowing callers and businesses to connect at no charge to the customer or client, a courtesy of the business.

The 800 number prefix was first introduced in 1967, and it functioned as the sole toll-free area code for businesses, services, and charities for nearly thirty years. That was until the FCC introduced the 888 number prefix in 1996 as the Internet added new Domain Name Systems. The other prefixes followed thereafter.

 

BrandingWhat is branding, what makes a brand, and why do you need one today?

A brand is an identifying name or feature which differentiates a company or item from others sellers and products. Some of the most significant branding examples today include Apple, McDonalds, and Starbucks.

This goes back to branding cattle and even before that. Some other early examples of branding include colored packaging in Britain and watermarks on paper in Italy. Some early adopters from the industrial revolution include Campbell's Soup, Quaker Oats, Coca-Cola, and Kellogg's Cereal.