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  • LinkedIn Settings Communications Tutorial

    LinkedIn Settings Communications Tutorial

    April 8, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    This tutorial is intended for all LinkedIn users; new or seasoned. In our first tutorial in this series, we talked about the Profile area of Privacy & Settings. You can read that tutorial here. This second instalment is about the Communications area of LinkedIn’s Privacy & Settings. Once you log-in to your LinkedIn account, click […]

  • CyberCletch Web Design Services

    CyberCletch Web Design Services

    March 4, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    After several articles on web design, I thought I’d share some of the recent web sites CyberCletch has created.  You’ve probably heard me say that I’m lucky to have the best clients in the world… and these people are included! If you are looking for services in their area of expertise, I have no problem […]

  • Playing Hide & Seek with Contact Info on Your Web Site

    Playing Hide & Seek with Contact Info on Your Web Site

    February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    How many times have you gone to a web site and had to search for contact information? One of the key – but often overlooked – reasons for a website is to make your contact information accessible. Once that potential client is ready to contact you, don’t make them look for your information! Where should […]

  • Playing with Your Call to Action

    Playing with Your Call to Action

    February 18, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    See See, my playmate Come out and play with me And bring your dollies, three Climb up my apple tree. Slide down my rain barrel Into my cellar door And we’ll be jolly friends Forever more, more, more, more, more. Do you remember that old childhood song? I learned it from my Grandmother. I know […]

  • Take Control of Your Web Site

    Take Control of Your Web Site

    February 11, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    We humans have a tendency to pass up our control to those who have more knowledge in certain areas: Doctors, dentists, accountants, and web designers. Although we don’t need to know how to do the surgery, we should have a basic understanding about how the process will go. The same is true with our web […]

  • Becoming Familiar with Your LinkedIn Profile Settings

    Becoming Familiar with Your LinkedIn Profile Settings

    February 4, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    This tutorial is intended for all LinkedIn users; new or seasoned. It’s not about building your personal or business profile (we’ll cover that later). Rather, it is about exploring and perhaps modifying some of the most important behind-the-scenes settings in LinkedIn. Once you log-in to your account, you can find the Account & Settings panel […]

  • Designer Fashion in the Web Site Building World

    Designer Fashion in the Web Site Building World

    January 21, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    Is there a website in your future? Whether you’re web site building for the first time or revamping an existing site, the wonderful world of web design is always evolving and changing. Site designs fall in and out of style just like those cute wedged heels or that colorful bow tie. The huge difference between […]

  • Hiring the Perfect Online Business Manager

    Hiring the Perfect Online Business Manager

    January 14, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    When hiring an Online Business Manager, look for someone with all the skills and temperament of an Air Traffic Controller. You’d be surprised at the number of similarities in job requirements between the two professions! Organization, time management, and communication skills are balanced by the ability to triage tasks in a crisis, stay calm under […]

  • Funneling Business into Your Sales Funnel

    Funneling Business into Your Sales Funnel

    January 7, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    Has your sales funnel sprung any leaks? Are your services (or products) attractive enough to convince a suspect to have a second look, become a prospect, or better yet, committed? Recognizing and acting on every phase of the sales funnel will help stop leaks, and gain you more business. You don’t get to talk to […]

  • Organizing Content Publications

    Organizing Content Publications

    December 17, 2013 | 0 Comments | More

    In past posts we’ve covered: 7 Reasons Why Content Creation is Important How to be Successful at Posting to Your Blog Consistently The Kind of Content We Should Share and How to Repurpose Content From Your Blog In this article, I’m sharing my personal techniques for organizing content publications. When I strategize content for my […]

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  • Video: Stephen Clark on Social Media Relationships & Community Part 2
    Video: Stephen Clark on Social Media Relationships & Community Part 2

    View Part 1 Stephen Clark is well known in Michigan as the evening news anchor at Detroit’s channel 7, WXYZ Action News. He’s also a singer and songwriter and dedicated family man. He’s a master in his profession, and is one of the limited media personalities offered the opportunity to interview a sitting President, and […]

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  • Video: Stephen Clark on Social Media Relationships & Community Part 1
    Video: Stephen Clark on Social Media Relationships & Community Part 1

    Stephen Clark is well known in Michigan as the evening news anchor at Detroit’s channel 7, WXYZ Action News. He’s also a singer and songwriter and dedicated family man. He’s a master in his profession, and is one of the limited media personalities offered the opportunity to interview a sitting President, and yet his “down […]

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  • Video: Speaking to be Heard with Jim Carr
    Video: Speaking to be Heard with Jim Carr

    Jim Carr has been a long time teacher of the Radio Production program at Seneca College in Toronto Ontario. He began his career working for a video road show, then as a young entrepreneur purchased and operated his own mobile recording studio. He worked as a DJ and voice over talent before settling into his […]

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Are You a Team Player? Looking for a New Team Member

Are You a Team Player? Looking for a New Team Member

CyberCletch is expanding! I am looking for the ideal Virtual Assistant candidate who is prepared to take some tasks off my plate so I can focus on key areas in the business.  Initially this is a subcontracting task oriented position but has the potential to move into a full-time project management position in the future. […]

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Happy New Year from CyberCletch!

Happy New Year from CyberCletch!

I have always loved New Year’s Eve. Many years ago, our house was the place the be on New Year’s Eve. Our guests would stay for days because they’d travel long distances to help us celebrate the incoming year. Intermittently over the decades, I’ve created a journal entry on New Year’s Day, updating myself on […]

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Happy Holidays! #Gratitude

Happy Holidays! #Gratitude

The other day I handed a gift to a 7 year old and he promptly told me he didn’t like what I gave him, and then went on to explain what I should have given him instead. Even though I was taken aback by his poor manners and lack of gratitude, I couldn’t help but […]

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How to Repurpose Content from Your Blog

How to Repurpose Content from Your Blog

And you thought you just needed to write a couple of blog posts! In truth, blog posts are fabulous pieces of marketing information that create a starting block for so many additional options for information dissemination. String several blog posts on complimentary topics together to create an industry report. Add even more blog posts and […]

December 10, 2013 | 0 Comments More
How to be Successful at Posting to Your Blog Consistently

How to be Successful at Posting to Your Blog Consistently

Good intentions are not enough. They’ve never put an onion in the soup yet. Sonya Levien (screenwriter) I have many good intentions. Eating less, exercising more, blogging consistently. However, none of these things came to fruition simply from my intent. I have to develop a plan and work it regularly. I prefer to be “inspired” […]

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Giving Thanks & The Thank You Economy

Giving Thanks & The Thank You Economy

For those of us living in the USA, this coming weekend is Thanksgiving, but I’ll be back in Canada helping my mother (Thanksgiving was last month in Canada). Although I won’t be cooking turkey or having a large family dinner, I don’t need those things to remember to be grateful. I consider my blessings daily; […]

November 27, 2013 | 0 Comments More
What Kind of Content Should I Share?

What Kind of Content Should I Share?

So many entrepreneurs are so ensconced in the day-to-day activities of their business, it’s near difficult for them to slow down and do the planning required to create a solid content strategy. So often I hear them ask, “What kind of content should I share?” I’m sure you’re no different. You’re wondering if sharing all […]

November 26, 2013 | 0 Comments More
7 Reasons Why Content Creation is Important

7 Reasons Why Content Creation is Important

You keep hearing people buzzwords like  “Content is King!”,  content strategy, content marketing, and you wonder if all the hype means something. It does. The marketing environment is changing and those changes are being driven by consumers. Their time is valuable and if they are spending time being pitched to – you – the marketer […]

November 19, 2013 | 1 Comment More
Using Boilerplate Text as Templates in Word

Using Boilerplate Text as Templates in Word

Back in the 1980s and 1990s, when I used to make a pretty good living as a document and/or word processing expert, we had all sorts of nifty ways to create ‘boilerplate’ text. Boilerplates are anything from snippets of documents to full-blown, fill-in-the-blanks letters. They can be created simply, by saving blocks of text, or […]

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