Reprinted with permission from JN Software Consulting March 2013 Newsletter
Have you ever had a friend show you an email and ask, "Hey do you think this is spam?" Spammers have gotten smarter, using real company logos and website addresses to come across as a legitimate email. Here are a few simple tips that can help you identify something as spam.
Just because a link says it's going to a certain site, doesn't mean it is. HTML allows for links to display one thing but take you somewhere else. In Outlook, when you place your mouse over a link (without clicking), a little box will appear showing you the real link address. If it's something else than is shown, it's best not to click on it.
With so many voices on social media, from angsty teenagers to big brand marketers, it’s easy to get drowned out in all the noise. So how do you add your own unique thumbprint that attracts the right people to your profile?
It all starts with being truly thoughtful about the content you post, and how you choose to share it. Remember, it’s not just about getting your business noticed in a newsfeed once—it’s about getting people to want to come to your page to experience the real connection and value YOU offer. And they’ll do this when they resonate with your style and your mission, and truly trust in your expertise and insights.
Below are four habits you should put into practice to get noticed by your ideal market and build trust, rapport, and long-term client relationships (and that means more revenues too!).
Reprinted from JN Software Consulting February 2013 Newsletter
The first question to ask when buying new technology is not, "which model should I buy?" Each type of technology has a variety of other questions you should ask yourself first about how and why you plan to use it. Below are some buying guides which can help you understand what is best to buy for your situation. Rather than simply reviewing different devices, these guides will help you analyse your needs and make you an informed buyer.