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Business Telephone Message Scripts

An effective voice mail message is actually a well crafted script. Although you will have to substitute certain words such as the name of the person, you can actually  create a script which comes across as confident. An effective script… Continue Reading →

Top 6 Business Card Design Mistakes

There are two points in time when your business card will be of most use to people you give it to: When you first give it to them. First impressions are an opportunity that people give you to make a… Continue Reading →

Changing Your Facebook Profile Photo

Changing your profile photo on Facebook is pretty easy but the option is a little hidden. Start by editing the photo. I’ve made some photo editing tips available to help you optimize the quality of your profile photo. Once you… Continue Reading →

Business Plan to get Financing

A good business plan should set out how much money you want and what you are going to do with it. Naturally, in order to be considered for a loan or a grant, the lender also needs feel safe about… Continue Reading →

Hosting a live business event (courses, seminars, classes)

Check out your local library. Many offer space for free or for a small charge. For example, at the time of this writing, the local library here charges $75 for 4 hours on a pay-as-you-go for profit basis but will… Continue Reading →

Do You Have a Mailing List Yet?

Do you have a mailing list? If not, you should be including this as part of your businesses marketing strategy. It’s a great way to keep in touch with clients and to keep you in mind. You can even tag… Continue Reading →

Making the Transition from Office and Visio 2003 to 2010

On this page… Classic menus Show/Hide the Office Ribbon Training and Support File Compatibility Multiple Versions, Same Computer Additional Information Moving from Microsoft Office 2003 or earlier to Office or Visio 2007, 2010 or 2013 can be overwhelming at first…. Continue Reading →

Hiring a Webmaster

So, you’ve decided to hire a webmaster. Before you hire the first guy who walks though your door, here are some things you should consider when preparing the statement of work: Number of Required Resources: Realistically, will one person be… Continue Reading →

Make a Powerpoint Presentation Deck Automatically Run When You Double Click on It

To make a deck automatically start playing when you double click on it, simply save it a PowerPoint Show (.ppsx or .pps) instead of a PowerPoint Presentation (.pptx or pps). For older .ppt files, you can use is to just rename… Continue Reading →

PowerPoint 2010 Tip: Removing Speakers Notes / Comments / Annotations

Here is a quick tip on how to easily remove speakers notes in Powerpoint. This new feature was not available in previous versions (maybe in 2007). Back then, each note had to be removed manually. Here are the 5 easy… Continue Reading →

Interpersonal Skills That Can Change Your Life

Want to improve your relationship with your spouse, children, employer, employees, customers, strangers or even yourself? It’s not complicated. Stop focusing on yourself! Start seeing things from their perspective. The following are the cornerstone interpersonal skills to master that can change your… Continue Reading →

Promote Your Church Using Social Media – Facebook, Twitter, QR Codes, Email, SMS

The church is one of the most socially connecting groups of people in the world. They meet each week, sometimes even twice a week and are connected through all forms of social connections such as email, telephone, mail, social networks,… Continue Reading →

Microsoft Word Numbering Explained

Here are some excellent references for figuring out outline numbering styles in MS Word. The third link below by Shauna Kelly really helped me out and helped me stabilise outline numbering so it would stop breaking. Word Numbering FAQ Automatic Numbering… Continue Reading →

Conducting Interviews

The purpose of an interview is to assess the skills, experience, and cultural fit of your potential employee. These articles will help you prepare to conduct an effective interview: Interview Tips and Interview Techniques — This page includes lots of… Continue Reading →

Some Interesting Web Stats – As of February 2012

I compiled some interesting world stats recently and here is what I found: Most Popular Search Engines For most of the countries on our priority market list, Google is BY FAR the most popular search engine. However there are three… Continue Reading →

WCAG 2.0 – The 4 POUR Principles and 12 Guidelines

Over the past few years, the issue of accessibility on the web has been heating up. Companies all around the world are being sued because their website is not accessible to everyone. In 2009, the Word Wide Web Consortium (W3C),… Continue Reading →

10 Simple Content Creation Strategies

Where do you get your inspiration when writing articles for your newsletter, your blog or even for publication on websites? Here are a few of my favourite content creation strategies I use when the proverbial idea well runs dry. Have you… Continue Reading →

Creating Your Profile Photo for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+

You’ve decided to join the Social Media revolution — Welcome dear friend! So how do you make a profile photo that will look good? The secret is to ALWAYS work with a copy of the original photo! Photography & Cropping Quick… Continue Reading →

Increasing Traffic to Your Website

So, you’ve got your shiny new website up. Congratulations! However the analytics show that almost nobody is visiting your website. You are monitoring traffic to your website, aren’t you? If not, add Google Analytics to your website. If you aren’t… Continue Reading →

Creating Groups in MailChimp

If you don’t already have a MailChimp account and at least one list setup, go through Step-by-Step to Your First Email Campaign first. How do you determine who in your mailing list has signed up for what? What if you only want… Continue Reading →

MailChimp – Step-by-Step to Your First Email Campaign

MailChimp is a popular email campaign services, especially for people starting up because you can use it for free for up to 2,000 subscribers to send out a total of 12,000 emails per month. It has all the features you’ll likely… Continue Reading →

Microsoft Office Macro Security

Using Templates with Macros Getting macros to work can be a problem if you want to distribute templates or documents which contain macros using an intranet, email, or want to be able to store such files in more than two… Continue Reading →

Excel UDF – Get URL Hyperlink Address

Need to get the hyperlink from a cell in Excel? This can be especially helpful after you’ve cut and pasted a list of links from a webpage into or opened a webpage in Excel. You can easily do this by… Continue Reading →

Secret Services for Online Marketing of Your Business Website

Directory Submission Submit Edge ($) Email and Newsletter Campaign Send automated emails to your mailing list. Includes templates that are easy to fill as well as more advanced features. Enable people to subscribe and unsubscribe from your mailing list. Some… Continue Reading →

Online Manuals

Here is a list of useful manuals Content Management Systems (CMS) / Websites Website Baker WordPress Programming Languages CSS HTML Javascript PHP vbScript

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