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If you are suffering from writer’s block and are struggling to come up with blog ideas, Marsha Friedman, a public relations expert with 25 years’ experience developing publicity strategies for celebrities and corporations offers this advice.
Twitter is a great way to connect with customers, build your brand, and promote your products and services. Just make sure you aren’t communicating the wrong message.
Email remains the go-to office form of communication, but a new generation of platforms might fit the bill to offer a better way to communicate.
Q. When should I create a page, and when should I create a subsite?
You can easily create an organization chart using the Hierarchy SmartArt diagrams, but you can also make it interactive in PowerPoint using called actions.
Facebook has become a staple in both our business and our personal lives, but how to get the most from Facebook is not always obvious.
If you’re a small business, the first thing you do to set up your marketing and branding is register a domain, and then you create a homepage. But what if this model is outdated?
Need help navigating Outlook? Use these shortcuts.
Check out these handy sites to view your Internet reputation. All of the sites offer more services but allow you to perform a search free.
There are many good reasons to reverse engineer an Excel workbook. Let’s take a look at how to decode the structure of a workbook. Then, we’ll see how to demystify tricky formulas. Finally, we’ll take a peek at how to reveal workbook linkage to other workbooks.