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Search engines are dedicated to giving searchers authoritative and relevant results. That’s why they’re always refining the algorithms used to rate and rank web pages, and search engines are now penalizing sites packed with too many keywords. That’s right!
How well are search engines reading your web site? Find out with a powerful, yet free, tool called Site:Command.
If your organization does not use SharePoint, which enables sharing of files and file libraries, instruct anyone who wishes to share your templates to open them from a network drive.
As an admin, you may be tasked with helping to set agendas, scheduling and taking minutes. But how much power do you have to keep meetings productive? Plenty. Look for clues in the way meetings work at Google. You may find that not all of these tips are replicable at your office, but it’s a place to start.
Everyone knows it’s now a “best practice” to feature Facebook, Twitter and YouTube tags on your home page. But did you know you should be tagging your offline efforts, too?
Ever come across a file extension that you don’t recognize and you need to know what programs you might have to open it? Fileinfo.com is a great resource.
Innovative software is helping to make dull PowerPoint presentations a thing of the past. Here are three tools to keep handy when you’re creating slides:
How many of your best customers or clients have web sites? If so, you might want to approach them about posting a link to your own web site. Will they do it? Chances are they will.
People become brand loyal about their search engines. The top three—Bing, Google and Yahoo—represent 96% of all search engine usage. However, each one does some things better than the others. Here’s the rundown on narrowing your searches:
Filter out distractions with these writing tools that can temporarily change your on-screen workspace: