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It’s Not that Small


Google which is known as the search giant engine with a market cap of about $ 124 billion, introduced the Google Small Business Network, an initiative designed to communicate small business’s interests.
Since Google have already proven its ability to get all sorts of things done, this development actually is promising. The corporation can collect more support or at least more media coverage than most small business companies have.
The sites small business network plans to tackle a number of important technology policy issues, which are on an increase of broadband access and preserving an open Internet. It likewise opened a dialogue between small business owners about issues that affects their online business. So with a bias towards Web-related matters, think about how Google could lend a hand to the small business owners allowing them to share their thoughts and giving them access on the network’s business.
The American Recovery and reinvestment Act, signed into law by President Obama last February, sets aside $7 billion to increase access to high-speed Internet or broadband for the 20 million Americans who lived in underserved areas. Through the expansion of broadband access and preservation of an open platform, small business in America have the ability to reach all consumers at an affordable cost and can compete with their business competitors all around the world.
Well then, if you are a small business owner and wants to join Google’s small business and learn more of its initiative, all you have to do is visit Google’s site and find out how you can be part of it.
According to the Small Business network website, Google advised those small business owners by asking congress to make sure that the stimulus grants go to recipients who will build new broadband networks and provide access to an open Internet.