Tips and tricks for managing your business with Google’s solutions
Halloween and businesses on Google+
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Happy Halloween! Has your business done anything special for today? We’ve rounded up some creative ways that businesses have gotten in the spooky spirit using Google+ features to interact with their followers.
: It’s pretty hard not to want a cupcake after looking at these
Food Network’s Google+ page
. Food Network not only shared ideas for decorating desserts, but also a variety of other recipes for Halloween-inspired dishes, all with images. Photos help share your products with customers, especially if you’re in the food business. You can learn more about how to add photos
of its latest episode of Ghost Adventures so followers could get a sneak peek and know when to watch. Videos provide another way to share even more information in an engaging format. Own a boutique? Create a short video showing clothes in your shop and ways to style an outfit. Have an auto repair shop?
Post a clip
of an interview with a customer sharing a positive experience.
Regular posts and sharing content
Scoot & Doodle
created a weekly challenge where they asked users to
draw their Halloween costumes
design and send Halloween e-cards
sketch out plans for pumpkin carvings
. Regular posts keep your followers coming back to your page, and using hashtags (Scoot & Doodle used #weeklychallenge) makes it easy for others to find related content. Sharing photos, videos, or posts created by your customers also lets them feel more connected to your business.
Ask followers questions
Halloween-themed animal trivia
shared information on “creepy” animals
like tarantulas. Posting questions is a great way to not only interact with your followers, but also to get customers engaged in conversations with other customers.
Have a special sale going on at your store? Get the word out by creating a post on Google+.
on its Google+ page to get the word out to even more users. You can even
create different circles
for your followers and
pick who can see your post
, so you can share special deals with your most loyal customers.
You can learn even more about how to use Google+ by visiting the
Posted by Jacinth Sohi, Google and Your Business Blog Team
Take your social strategy to the next level with Learn with Google Hangouts and Webinars
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Over the next few weeks, we’re offering five opportunities to learn more about Google+ for your business. We kick off with a Learn with Google Hangout on Air with bestselling author
on November 5th at 10am PT / 1pm ET. Chris will cover tactics for successful social marketing and discuss his new book, “Google+ for Business: How Google's Social Network Changes Everything.”
RSVP for the Hangout on the
Google+ Event page
Learn Chris’s recipes for how to grow and engage your Google+ community to build your brand and drive your business’s visibility and conversions. Hear about Chris’s own experiences helping companies succeed in their content marketing and social projects. Chris Brogan is a New York Times bestselling author, CEO of Human Business Works, and advises companies on marketing, business strategy, communications and more.
If you have a question for Chris, leave your question as a comment on the
Boost your success with Google+
Want to learn more about using Google+ for your business? Sign up for our
Learn with Google webinars
. Here are some great upcoming webinars to help you get the most out of social for your business:
Social Media Best Practices for a Successful Holiday Season (Wed, Oct 31, 10am PT / 1pm ET)
Social that Adds Up: Performance and Measurement (Thurs, Nov 8, 10am PT / 1pm ET)
Supercharge your Social Media Initiatives with Video (Wed, Nov 14, 10am PT / 1pm ET)
Building a Digital Brand with Google+ (Thurs, Dec 6, 10am PT / 1pm ET)
Posted by the Learn with Google Team
Introducing the new compose in Gmail
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Editor's note: This post has been cross-published from the
. For more ways on how your business can use Gmail efficiently, check out our
Gmail tips post
We're always trying to make Gmail faster and easier to use, so today we're introducing a completely redesigned compose and reply experience that does just that.
How many times have you been writing an email and had to reference something in another message? Saving a draft, opening the old email, and then reopening your draft wastes valuable minutes. The new compose pops up in a window, just like chats (only larger).
This makes it easy to reference any other emails without ever having to close your draft. You can even do a search or keep an eye on new mail as it comes in. And because the compose window works the same way as chats, you can write multiple messages at once and minimize a message to finish it later.
Easier to use
The new compose is designed to let you focus on what's important: your message. The controls are still there when you need them but get out of the way when you don’t. We’ve even added some new features like the ability to easily insert inline images and have more to come.
And, when you add recipients to your message, you'll see profile pictures of your contacts in autocomplete helping you find the right person faster. You can also drag and drop the new address chips between to:, cc: and bcc:. When you’re done adding recipients, the address area collapses automatically to get out of your way.
You’ll also see these same changes when you respond to a message. The reply experience has been designed to fit better inline as part of your conversation -- replies take up much less vertical height, intelligently expand to fit your content, and always keep the recipients and other controls in view no matter how long your message gets.
We're rolling out a preview of the new compose and reply today. After we've added some
over the coming months, we’ll enable it for everyone.
Posted by Phil Sharp, Product Manager
SMB Newbie Hangouts on Air: Increasing Your Business' Video Exposure
Monday, October 29, 2012
: This is our sixth post in a series on SMB Newbie Hangouts on Air, where experts on the AdWords support team are hosting short Hangouts on Air to walk SMBs through AdWords-related topics. Here on the Google and Your Business Blog, we'll be providing a wrap-up of the Hangouts. This particular post is cross-published from the
AdWords Google+ page
Google AdWords Specialists hosted a Hangout on Air last week as the sixth installment of the SMB Newbie Hangouts on Air series.
During the Hangout, we talked about how businesses can expand their video reach by keeping their targeting groups broad and separated by targeting type. We also discussed different video ad formats, which ad formats align with different business goals, and the benefits of linking your YouTube and AdWords accounts.
To watch the full 25-minute Hangout on Air or previous topics, visit the
Google Business YouTube channel
To learn more about how to get started with AdWords, visit our
, check out the
AdWords Community forum
, or call us at 866-2-GOOGLE if you already have an AdWords account.
And remember to tune in to the live stream of our next Hangout on Air at
11 a.m. PDT, Thursday November 8th
, when we discuss one of the top issues you talk to us about: what to do when you can’t see your ad.
Posted by Divya Vishwanath and Courtney Pannell, AdWords Team
10 in 10: Google Plus
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Editor’s note: For the 10th month of the year, we’ll be sharing 10 tips each week for using a different Google product. Our final post features 10 ways your business can get the most out of using Google+. Previously we’ve featured tips on
Businesses getting savvy with social, stay tuned. This week, we’ve got 10 tips on using Google+ for your business, from posts with pizzazz to happening Hangouts. Learn about using features like Circles and Events and pick up some general social media tips, too.
to segment your audience and reach the right people. For example, if you sell sporting equipment, you might have different circles for bicyclists, swimmers, and runners.
, videos, or links to your posts by dragging them directly to the share box. To add a link, drag the icon next to the URL from the address bar to the share box.
Share behind-the-scenes photos. You can can edit your photos directly in Google+ and share animated GIF photos--a great way to draw attention to your page.
Check out the drop-down arrow at the top of Google+ posts. You can
manage the way people interact with your own posts
, like disabling comments or editing your post. You can link to, report abuse, or mute other people’s posts.
Want to add style to your posts and make them more visually appealing? To add italics, use underscores around your words: _ italics_ →
. Asterisks make words bold (* bold* →
), and hyphens will add a strikethrough (- strikethrough - →
Create a posting schedule to post at least once a day. Engage your community with questions and +Mention your community so they feel the love and share your post with more people. Try posting at different times of the day to see what best engages your audience.
to drive foot-traffic to a sale or new product launch, and to drive attendance for your Hangouts. With Events on mobile, guests can RSVP, get directions, and even have their photos and videos uploaded to the Event page if
or Hangouts on Air to have real face-to-face conversations with your followers. Consider behind-the-scenes tours, launch new products in person or simply say thank you to your supporters.
Get creative and stay current with your Google+ banner. We’ve seen some delightful use of animation and fun seasonal banners, too, that keep a page fresh and fun.
Have your whole team help with the page--
by navigating to Pages on the navigation ribbon on the left, hovering over the page, clicking on
, and adding more people there.
Get even more tips on how your business can use Google+ by checking out the
Google+ Your Business page
Posted by the Google+ Team
10 in 10: Google Calendar
Friday, October 19, 2012
Editor’s note: For the 10th month of the year, we’ll be sharing 10 tips each week for using a different Google product. Our third post features 10 ways your business can use Google Calendar. Previously we’ve featured tips on
The daylight hours are getting shorter, but the work day is as busy as ever. If you use Google Calendar to schedule your business’s days, weeks, and months, check out our tips for organizing and using your calendar more efficiently.
Google Calendar Android app
manage all your calendars
in one place--including those from your Google accounts and other synced calendars--right from your mobile device.
to make and manage your events quickly. For example, when you’re on your calendar, try typing c to create a new event, d to display your calendar in day view, or n to see the next date range.
Collaborating on events with co-workers using Google Calendar? Pass on the torch and
transfer ownership of the event to the new coordinator
. When you're editing event details, visit the "More Actions" dropdown then click “Change owner.” You'll have the option to send them a note letting them know this change is effective now.
Unclutter your calendar by auto-hiding events once you've declined them, letting you to focus on the more important parts of your day/week/month. Just click the gear icon at the top of any Google Calendar page, go to Calendar settings, and then the General tab. Select "No" in the “Show events you have declined” section and then save.
Tired of the white grid look on your calendar? Add a photo to
personalize your background
Planning on meeting with people in another time zone? Enable the
in Calendar Labs to find a convenient time. Out of town and not by your computer? You can
automatically decline events
during times when you’re busy. Check out other
you can try.
Create a to-do list
that will appear right next to your calendar. You can even assign calendar dates to tasks, and then sort by the due date.
Want to share special events happening at your business with your customers?
Create a separate calendar
embed it on your website
Customize your notification settings
for events. You can choose to get reminders between 5 minutes and 4 weeks before your event, and pick whether you want the reminder delivered as a pop-up notification, email, or text message. You can also add multiple reminders for an event.
Organize your calendar by
color-coding different events or calendars
and make it easier to get an overview of your schedule with a quick glance.
Find even more tips on ways to use Google Calendar by checking out the
Posted by Katherine Gramann, Google Calendar Team
Measure Your Success: Call Reporting Now Available in AdWords Express
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Editor's note: This article is cross-posted from from the
How did you find us?
There's a good reason so many business surveys include this question: understanding how people connect with your business is important. When people search for local businesses on Google, they may want to check out a website, but there's a good chance they'll want to just give you a call. That's why we
call reporting for AdWords customers—to help businesses use search to connect with people over the phone. Now, we're expanding this feature to AdWords Express customers so local businesses can benefit as well. Call reporting allows you to quantify the offline value of your ads by seeing how many phone calls your ads generate.
How search ads can make your phones ring
When you sign up for call reporting, we will replace the phone number in your Google Search ads across desktop, mobile, and tablet with a toll-free Google forwarding number. When customers call this number, we’ll automatically forward the call to your business and report in your dashboard that the call was made. This allows you to keep track of how many calls your ad is generating for your business. You can see it all right in your
AdWords Express dashboard
Okay, I’m in! How can I do this?
To edit your call reporting preferences, go to your
AdWords Express dashboard
. Click the ‘Manage your ads’ tab and you’ll see a checkbox for call reporting. If this is selected, on your dashboard you will see calls in addition to clicks and views for your ad.
Currently, call reporting is available for US businesses using AdWords Express. For more information on how it works, set up, and pricing, please visit the
AdWords Express Help Center
Posted by Venkat Rao, Associate Product Manager, AdWords Express
5 Characteristics of a Healthy Local Google+ Page
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
We know your business’ presence on Google, Google+ and Google Maps is important to you -- it’s important to us, too. Here are some tips and tricks for keeping those pages healthy. Simply sign in to your
for Business account (or
, for the upgraded pages) to make any of the necessary changes to your listing.
Service Area Businesses without Storefronts Must Hide Their Addresses
If you serve customers at their location, we ask that you hide your business’ location on Google Maps. A good test to know if you should be hiding your address: could a customer arrive at your location without an appointment and expect to conduct business? If not, your address should be hidden.
If you operate a service area business without a storefront, you must use Google Places to hide your address. Unfortunately, this feature is not yet supported for local pages made in Google+ with social features.
If you need to specify where you receive mail within your physical address, put a mailbox or suite number on the second address line. Your address may end up looking reformatted in Google Maps, but it’s important that this information on the second address line in your Google Places for Business dashboard for data processing purposes. There’s no need to put any information other than the address and mailbox number when entering your address.
Real Location and Phone Number
We don’t accept mail-receiving agencies, like P.O. Boxes or UPS Stores, as business locations. Even if your business normally receives mail like this, please input your actual location into Google Places for Business account. If you do not want to show that address (for example, if that is your home address), there is an option to hide your address and instead specify a general area of service in the Google Places for Business dashboard. The location that you list should be staffed by your business during its operating hours.
Spelling and miscellany
We’re all for keeping your copy fresh, but you should avoid switching 0ut ©hara©ter$. If your listing is in English, keep the letters you use to the standard alphabet, and so on.
And remember, please do not include any URLs in your title, unless it’s actually the name of your business.
If you manage multiple businesses, remember that you are responsible for keeping all of your listings in compliance with our
These are just some common mistakes we often see with business owners’ listings. Please review our guidelines in detail and make sure your listing is as healthy as it can be and ensure that your prospective customers are finding your relevant listing information. If you have additional questions or concerns,
contact our support team
under Fix a Problem.
Posted by Roger Chen, Google+ Local Search Quality
SMB Newbie Hangouts on Air: Driving foot traffic
Friday, October 12, 2012
: This is our fifth post in a series on SMB Newbie Hangouts on Air, where experts on the AdWords support team are hosting short Hangouts on Air to walk SMBs through AdWords-related topics. Here on the Google and Your Business Blog, we'll be providing a wrap-up of the Hangouts. This particular post is cross-published from the
AdWords Google+ page
AdWords Specialists Courtney Pannel, Cassie Shamey, and Steven Ness hosted a Hangout on Air yesterday as the fifth installment of the
SMB Newbie Hangouts on Air
A lot of advertisers are trying to drive visits to their storefront in addition to visitors to their website, so we chatted about AdWords features to help you accomplish that goal. We discussed how to target local users with location targeting and ad scheduling and how to showcase your store location with ad-level and campaign-level location extensions.
To watch the full 25-minute Hangout on Air, visit the Google Business YouTube channel
To learn more about how to get started with AdWords, visit our
, check out the
AdWords Community forum
, or call us at 866-2-GOOGLE if you already have an AdWords account.
And remember to tune in to the live stream of our next Hangout on Air at 11 a.m. PDT, October 25, when we discuss how to optimize your account to drive video exposure.
Courtney Pannel, Cassie Shamey, and Steven Ness, Adwords Team
10 in 10: Google Chrome
Thursday, October 11, 2012
For the 10th month of the year, we’ll be sharing 10 tips each week for using a different Google product. Our second post features 10 ways to get the most out of using Google Chrome. Last week, we featured
Want to get even faster at work? Use Google Chrome shortcuts to start working as fast as you browse the web:
While reading online, have you ever seen a word or phrase that you wanted to learn more about? Next time, just highlight the term(s) and then drag it to your tabstrip to the right or left of your current tab--a new tab will open with search results for the highlighted text. You can also try the
so when you highlight a word the definition will hover over it.
Have a site (or a few) you always keep open, like Gmail or Rdio? You can pin those tabs so that they open the next time you launch Chrome. To
pin a tab
, right-click on it then select “Pin Tab”.
Sign in to Chrome
to access your bookmarks and quickly
sync your tabs
on any of your other gadgets where you’re signed into Chrome. Just go to the “Other devices” menu when you open a new tab to find them. The back and forward buttons will even work, so you can pick up browsing right where you left off.
Try using incognito windows to browse in stealth mode. With
, pages you view won't appear in your browser history or search history, and they won't leave other traces, like cookies, on your computer after you close the incognito window
hide your bookmarks bar
? You can also use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+Shift+B (Windows and Chrome OS) and ⌘-Shift-B (Mac) to toggle the bar on and off.
To save a webpage as a PDF, press Ctrl + p (Mac: Cmd + p) to bring up the print dialogue, then Destination > Change.
Need even more space to browse? You can toggle
with these handy keyboard shortcuts: Fullscreen Key on a Chromebook, F11 on Windows & Linux, and Cmd+Shift+F on a Mac.
close a window
? Just use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+t to open the last tab you closed. Keep using this shortcut to open your previous tabs.
are just a click away. Like a page? Click on the Star next to the omnibox, and the page is automatically bookmarked.
Use apps from the
Chrome Web Store
to do things like get notifications, take notes, edit screenshots, and more.
You can learn even more tips for using Google Chrome by checking out the
Chrome’s Google+ page
Jacky Hayward, Google Chrome Team
Case Study: Scoot & Doodle Sparks Creativity With Their Google+ Hangout App
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
The Google+ Developers Blog
San Francisco-based startup
Scoot & Doodle
brings people face-to-face in a shared online play space in real time. Scoot & Doodle chose to launch their first product as a Google+ Hangout app, and since launching built a user base of 100,000+, achieved strong engagement with returning users averaging 28 minutes per session, and increased their Google+ followers to nearly 900,000.
Scoot & Doodle chose to launch their first product as a Google+ Hangout app because the platform offered advantages to gain traction in the crowded, competitive online social space. Those advantages included:
Access to 400 million highly engaged Google+ users already connected through
Circles, Gmail, YouTube, and Calendar
Easy, streamlined discovery of Scoot & Doodle on Google+, through viral channels such as Notifications
Quality, strength, and reach of face-to-face on hangouts, which let Scoot & Doodle users connect, create, and collaborate with up to nine people, simultaneously, worldwide
Relatively simple development in the Hangouts API, they went from concept to launch in just three months
Scoot & Doodle has seen extremely high engagement with its product in Hangouts. The average visitor spends 22 minutes per session, and returning users spend 28 minutes per session. They’ve also found their users are engaging in ways they hadn’t expected, like anime artists collaborating daily with each other and with Japanese writers to create and design characters for online games. Also, students from junior high school to college use the app to illustrate, collaborate, discuss, and solve problems for their class work; for fun breaks, they doodle and play Pictionary-like games together.
“We’re seeing users engage with the product in creative, diverse ways. As a result, Scoot & Doodle has captured far more user communities than we initially envisioned,” says Patty Chang, company cofounder and product lead. “Scoot & Doodle on Google+ Hangouts has pushed the bounds of how we look at our product and where we’re going with it.”
Scoot & Doodle has identified new uses for its product from its followers, and connects with them regularly in hangouts and via Google+. The company also conducts focus groups using Hangouts. Its latest features—talk bubbles, stamps, and scrapbook—arose from discussions between users and customer reps on Google+.
We think Scoot & Doodle is a good example of a company who has built a strong audience on Google+ through its use of Circles, content rich posts, interactive Hangouts, and creative promotions. These promotions have focused primarily on community building and engagement, with good results from encouraging users to create with the app, then share and engage with others in their Circles.
Scoot & Doodle on Google+
and download the full case study
. To learn more about Google+ Hangout apps, visit:
, Product Marketing Manager, Google+
Help Desk Hangouts: Chrome for Business
Friday, October 5, 2012
Each week on the Google+ Your Business page, we’re putting you in touch with Googlers and users who can help you as a business owner get the most out of our products and features.
In our latest Help Desk Hangout On Air, we chatted with the Chrome team, who gave us 11 reasons to use Chrome at work. We learned about productivity on the web and the power of web apps, and we chatted about how Chrome reaches the lightning speeds it does. We got a tour of how businesses can tweak and customize Chrome to fit their needs, and we also answered your questions, live, during the Hangout.
Miss the event? You can watch the whole thing on the Google and Your Business YouTube channel.
Check out the video description on the YouTube page for a minute-by-minute breakdown.
Some of the questions we answered during the Hangout:
Can I configure Chrome to fit my needs as a business? How would I do so?
Sure. We’ve built an MSI installer for
Chrome for business
to make the transition easier. You can manage
easily using our pre-built templates, too. We don’t recommend it, but you can
turn off auto-updates
, too. Aside from these special business tools, Chrome comes with all of its standard
Can I still have the benefits of using Chrome (like speed, security) on an older computer?
Definitely. We think Chrome’s speed and security are particularly noticeable on older computers, in fact. Give it a try!
How is Chrome a more secure browser?
Sandboxing on Chrome adds an extra layer of protection between your computers and malicious websites that try to install unwanted programs or take your personal information. Chrome also protects you against what may be malicious websites by displaying clear warnings. Keeping up with auto-updates helps keep your browser prepared to
keep your computer safe
Help Desk Hangouts are hosted on the Google+ Your Business page every other Wednesday. Don’t miss our next Hangout at 11a.m. PDT on Wednesday, October 17. Look for the topic announcement on the Google+ Your Business page.
Posted by Posted by Jade Wang, Google+ Local community manager
Help Desk Hangouts On Air
Win Moments that Matter with Learn with Google Webinars
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Editor's note: This post is cross-published from the
Inside AdWords blog
As we’re nearing the end of 2012, we’ve all got business goals to meet. Some of you might even be prepping for your busiest season. Today, we’re announcing our next series of
Learn with Google webinars
, which will arm you with the tools you need to get the most out of your holiday ad dollars. We’ve got a special series on remarketing as well as a few holiday-specific strategies to help you navigate the season successfully. Over the next couple of months, 20 webinars will teach you tips and how-to’s to help make the web work for your business.
Check out the full schedule of webinars below:
Drive Traffic to your Locations with your Online Campaigns
TrueView Video Advertising Strategies for the Holidays
Understanding your App Users with Google Analytics
Real-Time Insights with Google Consumer Surveys
Remarketing Series: Getting Started with Remarketing
TrueView Video Advertising for Agencies
Social Media Best Practices for a Successful Holiday Season
Optimizing TrueView Video Ad Campaigns
Attribution Modeling for Digital Success
YouTube Analytics for Advertisers
Remarketing Series: YouTube and Video Remarketing
How to Make your Google+ Marketing More Accountable
Getting Started with Google Tag Manager
Supercharge your Social Media Initiatives with Video
Remarketing Series: Getting Started with the New Remarketing Tag
Remarketing Series: Getting Started with Similar Audiences
New Research: How to Win on the Third Screen
Capturing the Full Value of Mobile with Click-to-Call and Call Metrics
Building a Digital Brand with Google+
Remarketing Series: Remarketing with Google Analytics
All webinars are at 10 PT/ 1 ET.
to register for any of the sessions and to access past webinars on-demand. You can also stay up-to-date on the schedule by adding our
Learn with Google Webinar calendar
to your own Google calendar to automatically see upcoming webinars.
Learn with Google is a program to help businesses succeed through winning moments that matter, enabling better decisions and constantly innovating. We hope that you’ll use these best practices and how-to’s to maximize the impact of digital and grow your business. We’re looking forward to seeing you at an upcoming session!
Posted by Erin Molnar, Marketing Coordinator
10 in 10: Gmail
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Editor’s note: For the 10th month of the year, we’ll be sharing 10 tips each week for using a different Google product. Our first post features 10 ways to get the most out of using Gmail.
Is your inbox piling up like fall leaves outside? While they won’t help with raking, these Gmail tips will let you organize, clean up, and more efficiently manage your email.
Find all the
you can use by typing ? when you’re in your Gmail inbox.
Add color and organization to your inbox with different colored
stars or exclamation points
Use "in: anywhere" to search all folders, inboxes, Spam, and Trash when you’re looking for a message.
Keep unauthorized users out of your account by using
, which adds an extra layer of security when you’re signing in.
to organize your labels into groups that you can collapse and expand.
to customize your inbox or be festive for the seasons. Choose a stock option or upload your own photo by just clicking Themes under the gear icon.
when you’re out of town so people who email you don’t wonder why you haven’t responded to a message.
Lists and notifications clogging your inbox? Sort them as they arrive with "
Filter messages like this
Manage multiple email accounts? Use Gmail to
send mail "from" your other email addresses
while only being signed into one.
Customize how you
like Archive and Mark Spam by picking icons or text.
Want even more tips for using Gmail? Check out the
Google Apps Learning Center
Gmail’s Google+ page
Posted by Kathleen Chen, Gmail Team
Google's Economic Impact Across the Country
Monday, October 1, 2012
Through Google's search and advertising programs, businesses find customers, publishers earn money from their content and nonprofits solicit donations and volunteers. These tools are how Google makes money, and they’re how millions of other businesses do, too. In fact, in 2011, Google’s search and advertising tools helped provide $80 billion of economic activity for 1.8 million advertisers, website publishers, and nonprofits across the U.S. You can see Google's economic impact in each state on
Google's Economic Impact site
, along with the stories of local businesses who have used Google to help grow their businesses.
Posted by the Google and Your Business Blog Team
Economic Impact Report
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