5 Small Business Resources You Might Have Missed


We know you’re busy during the week running your business, so you might not have time to keep up with all the news and insight published day in and day out.

Firmology has you covered with our weekly recap of the small business resources you might have missed the past week, so you can read them at your leisure.

MediaGraph Introduces Notifications and Click Tracking to Measure PR Pitches to Journalists
MediaGraph forces the hand of journalists with new notifications and click tracking, empowering small business owners and PR professionals with information to help craft a finer pitch.

New $199 Acer C7 Google Chromebook Arrives Just in Time For Holidays
Google and Acer introduce the new Acer C7 Chromebook just in time for the holiday shopping season.

LinkedIn Users Can Now Edit Their Profiles Using Mobile App
Mobile business professionals can now edit their LinkedIn profile on the go.

Google+ Hangouts Expanded to Better Accomodate Business Meetings
The latest iteration of Hangouts now includes the ability to invite 15 people, up from a previous limit of 10

Social CRM Nimble Launches Developer Network, App Marketplace and Opens API to Public
Nimble expands social selling opportunities by integrating with existing business sales and marketing tools.

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Written by Philip Nowak

Philip Nowak is the founder of Firmology, a small business news and information media company focused on helping small business owners grow their business through technology and innovation. You can find Philip on Google+Twitter and LinkedIn.

About The Author

Philip Nowak is the founder of Firmology, technology focused news and insight for small businesses and online startups. He honed his entrepreneurial chops while working for his family's Chicago-based window manufacturing business. Philip graduated from Indiana University with a BA in Economics.