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Mobile Google Docs Editing Available

I have always wondered why the Android devices lacked total syncing with Google applications. I would have thought Blogger, Docs, Tasks and many other would have worked right out of the gate. Recently Google Docs was upgraded so it can be edited within a mobile browser. Right now there are only a few supported browsers. […]

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Google Docs Gets an Upgrade [Google Docs]

Google Docs is a great free option for a freelancer or small business. Using Google Docs will save on initial costs when you are first starting up, as well as allowing you sharing and collaboration features not readily available with other office suites. Over the life of this site, you have probably noticed I like […]

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Finding Work Via The Internet

With all of the companies making the jump into social media, it is natural for them to start tweeting job openings. Doing this will reach far more potential employment candidates than a newspaper ad or an application on their site. Many companies are finally seeing the benefits of social media, both cost and the community […]

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Get Ready for the Mobile Web Revolution [Google Analytics]

If you haven’t noticed, I have been talking more about mobile web, mobile marketing and smart phones. This is because there is an inevitable fact looming. Everything is moving to the mobile web. This means you will need to start to track this segment of your web site traffic. The mobile web analytics are really […]

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Get To Know Your Smart Phone [Smartphone Tip]

You can always learn something about how to use your smart phones. I thought I would pass along some good reading material from others instead of regurgitating it back into a post or two. There are Blackberry, Windows Mobile and Android links listed. Do any of you use Nokia smart phones?

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Hands Off Analytics Alerts [Google Tip]

If you have a website, you probably check the stats of your site. If you start to see and increase in your traffic, it can be addictive to have your analytics site open so you can click refresh every 5 minutes. Checking your site analytics page can be a big distraction. What if you could […]

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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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Handling Too Much Information

In the age of information over-abundance, it is very hard to keep a balance of feeling informed and feeling like you are missing out. With a show of hands who has information overload? Okay, now how many of you are doing something about it? As you can see by the imaginary number of hands, there […]

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Making Videos on Your Site Searchable

If you surf the web, you know how many videos are out there. But have you ever thought how these videos get so popular? Well for starters, they need to be able to be found in the search engines be people like yourself. Google recently started a series on helping your videos get found on […]

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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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