“I will put this in the form of a resolution in the very next opportunity that we have to call our people back into special session and, absolutely, we will vote, without any question, to open our arms and welcome,” said Gov. Justice.
Research from web services comparison site Website Planet found businesses with bad grammar and spelling mistakes on their websites will lose almost double the number of potential customers than those with typo-free sites.
On Wednesday Gov. Justice, and the broadband panel, held a roundtable to discuss the new strategy that is expected to bring high-speed internet to roughly 200,000 households and businesses across the mountain state.