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What is Dropbox
DropBox is a file hosting tool that allows you to store and share your files online. With DropBox, sharing your files is easy. You just need to create your personal profile, which is free, and install the app on your PC. Moreover, if you don’t want to download the program on your PC, you can log in with your username and password and start uploading any type of file on specific folders in cloud. By doing so, you’ll receive a special link that you can share with everyone you want.
Benefits of using Dropbox
DropBox uses a Smart Sync technology that allows you to store your files into a folder on your PC. When you modify the content of a folder, the Smart Sync automatically keeps your shared folders up-to-date.
Why should I use Dropbox
Thanks to DropBox, you and your team can access to your shared folders and files wherever you are, 24/7. DropBox is a great solution also for creating a backup of your important files when you have a limited space on your PC. DropBox is also available for smartphone and tablets. You just need to download the free app and login with your username and password.
What is Google Shopping Actions
Google Shopping Actions is a program launched by Google that offers online sellers (distributors, retailers, brands) the ability to sell their products more efficiently. Product catalogs are simultaneously available on Google's search platform as standard search results on desktop or mobile devices and soon also on Google Assistant via voice prompt results.
Benefits of using Google Shopping Actions
Google Shopping Actions offers online visitors a more vertical shopping experience: they can browse product catalogs, read product information such as availability, colors, prices, delivery terms and make a purchase with a simple tap, as long as they have previously registered the payment information in their Google Play account.
Why should I use Google Shopping Actions
For retailers, Google Shopping Action uses a cost-per-sale (CPS) model instead of the cost-per-click (PPC) or advertising cost (CMP) model.
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