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  • An Introduction to Google+

    July 7, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    This tutorial is intended for people who are planning to create a new Google+ account, or have recently created one. It will only cover the basics. Google+, originally called Google Circles, is a social networking and an ‘authorship’ site that helps users connect or associate everything Google with their name or business. The many things […]

  • Purpose of a Logo & Why Your Logo is Important

    June 10, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    Why spend time and money on a professionally designed logo? “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Your logo is important because it is a complex idea conveyed in a single image. This eloquently and simply describes the purpose of a logo. A logo symbolizes your business in graphic form and is an important part […]

  • Branding, Images, and Graphic Design

    June 3, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    The way your company makes a first impression, is remembered, or perceived rests partly in the decisions you make about your Branding, Images, and Graphic Design choices. Dictionary.com defines Graphic Design as The art or profession of visual communication that combines images, words, and ideas to convey information to an audience, especially to produce a specific […]

  • Facebook Privacy Settings

    May 27, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    This tutorial is intended for all Facebook users. It will cover a few of the core Facebook privacy settings you can review or change in your account. It will not cover how to set up a Facebook account, how to use Facebook on a daily basis, or how to edit your Facebook profile. Once you log-in […]

  • Facebook Security Settings

    May 20, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    This Facebook security settings tutorial is intended for all Facebook users; new or seasoned. It’s important to understand the many settings in Facebook that can be viewed or changed. The number of screens and list of settings is quite immense. Facebook makes changes to their interface often, but the information in this tutorial is current […]

  • Review or Change Several Important Twitter Settings

    May 13, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    The How to Review or Change Several Important Twitter Settings tutorial is intended for all Twitter users. It will cover a few of the more essential settings you can review or change in your Twitter account. It will not cover how to set up a Twitter account initially, the basics of daily Twitter use, or editing […]

  • 5 Pieces of Advice For Mothers Who Run Businesses from Home

    May 6, 2014 | 0 Comments | More

    One writing piece I am very proud of was a guest article I wrote for the Benchmark Email blog. 5 Pieces of Advice for Mothers Who Run Businesses from Home I wish someone had given me advice when I took up the challenge of combining work with children! Evaluate your children's schedule Create realistic goals […]

  • 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

    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

    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 […]

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  • Google+ Hangouts Tutorial

    This Google+ Hangouts tutorial is intended for people who have a Google+ account and who want to know more about Hangouts; especially video Hangouts. As mentioned in our last Tip about Google, Introduction to Google Plus, a Hangout is an online meeting place. There are basically four kinds of Hangouts: New Hangout. This lets you […]

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  • Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation Review

    A large portion of Canada's Anti-Spam Law went into effect on July 1, 2014. Section 6 of the legislation specifically deals with commercial electronic messages, or CEM, which includes email, text, and chat. Chat also applies to direct messages or private chat messages through social media platforms. This law concerns you because it applies to […]

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  • 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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This tutorial is intended for Twitter users who have at least one ‘third-party app’ connected to their Twitter account. Third-party apps are programs developed outside of or apart from the original vendor. Some of the more popular third-party apps in Twitter include: Pinterest, a photo and poster sharing site BlogTalkRadio, a website allowing you to […]

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

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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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Hiring the Perfect Online Business Manager

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Funneling Business into Your Sales Funnel

Funneling Business into Your Sales Funnel

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 […]

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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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