Here are some cool resources that can get you in contact with the right people at a company without playing hide-and-seek on their website!
Josh Nicholas, writing at Lifehacker, suggests some apps to give you access to notes, emails and other forms of communication to stay on top of things back at the office.
If you are a PowerPoint power user, it may seem a bit disconcerting to move to Google Slides, but most of the tools you use are in there, just in different places than you’re used to finding them.
Whether you need to move people or packages, working with aggregators such as these can net you a great deal.
Nathan McAlone, writing at Business Insider Australia, suggests apps and other additions to make Google’s Gmail even easier to use and more helpful.
Most of us are always looking for new ways to get through our to-do lists and make the most of each day. Christina Desmarais at Inc.com has come up with a list of seven digital tools to help you do just that.
LinkedIn is a powerful tool for connecting with prospects and hiring new employees. But for many, unlocking its potential is a challenge. Here are some of the best tips.
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With social media being perhaps the most popular way to connect with customers and build brand awareness, advice on how best to use it comes from every direction. However, here are four pieces of advice you can probably ignore.
Often quoted expert Jeff Bullas names these three social media management apps among his top 17 for 2016.