Something you already know can help you with something new you need to know. I have used the colors of the rainbow to organize and prioritize so I get things done. Continue reading How Color Can Help You Get Things Done
Did you know you can track who opens your emails with free software from HubSpot? (I’m referring to email conversations, not a MailChimp mass mailing.) If that doesn’t raise your interest, maybe this story will… Continue reading Track Who Opens Your Emails
We’re living in a time of increased technology where we are able to communicate with one another immediately. Where our words can be out there before we think twice about them. We can tweet, text and generally litter the web with our sound bites. But is it all worth saying? Continue reading Is It Really Worth Saying? (Guest Post)
For this post, I wondered if any studies had been done on personality types and tech tools. I’m not a psychologist, but I do know tech tools, so I started a little digging around and would love your feedback. Continue reading Which eTools Fit Your Myers-Briggs Type?
If you read no further, start making sure the first two words of your email subject line communicate your main message. If possible, even stick to a two-word subject line. Subject lines with a three or more word have an open rate of 15%! Continue reading Are Your eMails Opened? Are They Marked as Spam?
Do you need a social media dashboard? By connecting a dashboard to your social sites, you’ll broadcast your re-tweets, messages, updates, and more, out to cyberspace from one platform and even from multiple devices. The most popular dashboards are Hootsuite and Buffer. Continue reading Do You Need a Social Media Dashboard?