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Telebit.com Money Matters new website.

This is the first post with our new website using Software as a Service by Moscom.com. Please bear with me as I continue to update the contents and template for our official Money Matters website and using our new domain name Telebit.com.

Why Telebit.com domain name?
It is hard to get a domain name for a website either you use it for personal or business. It just happens that Telebit.com is available for me to acquire, a short version of "Tell a bit" combining technology and sharing to become Telebit.com. I believe the keyword tele+bit brings a unique combination of technology (tele worker, work from home or remote worker) plus bit for information, where the focus of our website is to discuss how to use Cloud Computing technology to save money, Software as a Service (SaaS), Teleworkers, work from home, how to make money online, tips and guide and other money matters related ideas. Other information will come in organic way, it will evolve over time and make the necessary growth needed to reach our readers.

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