Office Technology

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If you've ever wondered when (and how much) to tip an airport skycap, cab driver, pizza delivery person or furniture delivery person, go online to The Original Tipping Page,

Even in the Internet age, consumers still have a love affair with coupons. And now may be a good time to jump into the growing trend of electronically delivered coupons.

The Federal Trade Commis-sion (FTC) is worried that Web sites aren't abiding by their privacy policies—and it can sue you if you don't follow yours.

If your small business is carrying excess inventory, unused equipment or other idle assets that could be sold, check out eBay's Selling Manager.

You and your employees are likely being buried under an avalanche of unsolicited e-mail. Here are five key steps to foil the spam attack

Need some quick info, but don't have time for a long phone conversation? Make your call just before lunch or just before closing time, when the other person isn't as likely to drag out the conversation.

Standardized replies save you time but can cost you good will. Create templates and common paragraphs that you can pop into an e-mail or letter, then easily personalize. Use these shortcuts:

If you're shopping for cheaper phone service, include companies that sell Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, services to small businesses.

Here are three tips

"Web rings" are basically a linked collection of Web sites with a common theme, industry or product business. The idea behind them: Banding together an assortment of smaller merchants or services can help the entire group compete more effectively online and build Web traffic.

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