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It’s easy to think that just because your Facebook page has more than 1,000 fans that you’re doing well in the social media world. That might be so, but there is no way to know just from the number of fans, followers or connections.
Social networks are all about sharing: news, images, accomplishments, questions, recommendations and of-the-moment nuggets of information. Here’s a humorous (and accurate) take on the difference between social media tools:
Once you’ve mastered the basics in Outlook, don’t stop there. There’s more than one way to move items onto your Outlook 2007-2010 calendar. Depending on where you are in Outlook when you decide to make a calendar entry, this task could be only a click or two away.
Q. How do you create a project folder and then make tasks under that folder?
Q. How can I work with multiple time zones in Outlook?
Beyond simple pie charts, bar and column charts, you can create an additional layer of information in your Excel charts. Two such techniques are a secondary axis and trendlines.
Meet anywhere at anytime with an Internet connection and one of these great tools. All offer a free trial.
You love the idea of using the iPad for business, but will it really work? Here are some of the best apps to help you make the transition:
Next time you need to send a fax, use your smartphone. Fax apps allow you to take a photo of a document, crop it, spruce it up and then send it out.
Hold a mobile device at eye level to avoid “text neck.” Dr. Dean Fishman adopted the phrase after seeing a huge influx of younger patients visiting his chiropractor facility ... Avoid writing redundant combinations that give readers a sense of “deja vu all over again” ...