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Haddonfield, NJSouth Jersey SEO by CyberGnarus, one of the leading SEO companies in the country, is proud to announce that their President Carol Harkins was recently quoted in an article discussing ‘Changing with the Times.’ The report, which appeared in South Jersey Biz Magazine, discusses how technology has helped many businesses to survive and even thrive during the pandemic. 

In the article, Carol, who is an expert in digital media services, talks about the ever-growing importance of good internet presence and visibility. Before the pandemic struck, the vast majority of businesses could survive with their face to face customers, and many may have mistakenly believed that the internet did not apply to their business or industry. However, when the pandemic struck, and there was no longer any face to face customers, those businesses who had online visibility flourished, while those without it struggled

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New York and New Jersey joined a handful of other states in launching contact tracing apps for COVID-19.



a woman holding a cell phone: People with masks walking while looking at their phones.


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People with masks walking while looking at their phones.

On Thursday (Oct. 1), the two states each launched their own contact tracing apps called “COVID Alert NY” and “COVID Alert NJ,” respectively. These apps, which keep users’ identities anonymous, are based on a new technology developed by Google and Apple. They use bluetooth to connect to nearby phones and alert users if they’ve been in close contact with someone who has been infected with the coronavirus. 

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From the very start of the pandemic, contact tracing has been an important part of helping to stop the spread of the virus. Contact tracing involves identifying people with COVID-19, figuring out who they came in close contact with, and notifying all of those people so that they can

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Residents of New York and some surrounding states can now use their smartphones to track whether they have come close to someone with the coronavirus.

New York and New Jersey on Thursday released apps that use new technology from Apple and Google that detects nearby phones and can notify people if they spent time with someone who was later tested positive for the virus.

New York and New Jersey are the latest states to enable its residents to use the technology, joining at least 13 other states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wyoming.

Residents of those states can turn on so-called exposure notifications in their phones’ settings. Depending on the phone, people might have to download an app run by their state.

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York said on Thursday that the technology would work with the

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