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11:11am December 24, 2012

Google Helping Latino Businesses Sell Online

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Google is working to expand the number of Latino-owned businesses using their products to sell their products and services online, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.

The company held a seminar sharing how Latino business owners could manage their websites and businesses using Google products in Los Angeles and Miami recently, according to the report. Part of the reason is that Google’s data shows that about ”60% of Latino-owned businesses in California don’t have websites.”

To read the whole article click here.

This post originally appeared in Más Wired.



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