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How Not To Look Inexperienced When Sending An Email

I thought I would shoot out a short little video today. The quick video talks about how to use the email teaser section in Mailchimp. This is the part of the email people see first in their inbox. Using good description, or a little bride,  may help your open rates. Watch the video below and […]

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Mobile emailing tips

One of the main reasons people are getting a smart phone is to keep up on their email. If the recent Blackberry outage is any indication, people can’t seem to function without mobile email for even a day.

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Which email host is not the best choice

Everyday I see people using an email address their internet service provider (ISP) offers. While there is nothing wrong with the service, a web-based email will give you more features and better flexibility overall. If you have never really thought about why a service like Gmail is a better choice, read on.

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Reply Above the Quoted Email Text in Thunderbird

If you use Mozilla Thunderbird for your desktop email program, you know the default settings can leave a bit to be desired. One of them I really hate is having to manually scroll to the top of the email thread to paste in my signature and start typing. This can be solved in a few […]

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Traveling Freelancers Must-have Mobile Apps

If you are a traveling freelancer, you have different needs than a desk jockey. Contacts, expenses and mobile computing are all handled much differently. Mobile apps are making waves with travelers. Do more with less is the credo of any freelancer. Using multiple devices to perform similar tasks will get really old really quick when […]

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Sunday Reading November 14, 2010

Each Sunday as a part of  weekend blog post routine, I  include a few links to tools or great content I found during the week. I won’t write a lengthy description about the links, but I encourage you give them a read The photo isn’t related to what I am linking to, it is something […]

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Is your Google Account Safe? [Google Tip]

One of the most disastrous things that can happen, is having your account hijacked. For some people, it may not be a big deal, but for the majority of us, it would be like someone breaking into our home and going through our stuff. Google knows how important your email is, so in honor of National Cyber […]

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Must-have Free Apps for Small Businesses Part 1

For those of you starting a business or trying to cut costs, looking for free (open source) or low-cost software can be a daunting task. The amount of technology to sift through can be overwhelming. Would your needs be better met with a mobile application versus a desktop application? Should you go with something web-based so […]

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