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In the Clouds

In the Clouds

Increasingly, our data is being directly saved in or backed up to the cloud. More and more applications are cloud-based. Arguments concerning cloud-computing, pro and con, abound. But one thing is for certain: it’s convenient. There’s a long list of what cloud-computing offers right now. For the purposes of this article, we’ll focus on a […]

May 14, 2013 | 0 Comments More
NFC – Smart for Smartphones

NFC – Smart for Smartphones

In last week’s post, we introduced you to QR codes, and pointed the way so you can create your own. Very recently, another very promising piece of technology has been making the rounds: it’s called Near Field Communication (NFC), and in short, it allows data to be exchanged by touching two devices together or placing […]

May 7, 2013 | 0 Comments More
Marketing in Code

Marketing in Code

Marketing surveys have shown an increasing awareness in the use of QR codes; this is the truest among Smartphone users. One such survey, courtesy of comScore, Inc., shows the following statistics: “European smartphone users scanning QR codes via their devices grew by 96 percent in the past year to 17.4 million users for the three […]

April 30, 2013 | 0 Comments More
Responsive Web Sites: Do You See What I See?

Responsive Web Sites: Do You See What I See?

With the advent of modern tablet and Smartphone computing, it’s more important than ever to employ responsive web design. In a nutshell, the term means website and blogsite pages that are designed to be viewed on different platforms, and using different hardware. The old fashioned way (this doesn’t mean a long time ago in this […]

March 26, 2013 | 0 Comments More
What’s Your Timeline? Facebook Updates Coming Soon

What’s Your Timeline? Facebook Updates Coming Soon

Facebook: a love/hate relationship! At times, we’re preoccupied by it. Other times, we swear off it. Most of the time, we visit it regularly. Well, the good folks at Facebook just announced a major change to … the Timeline. It first happened in New Zealand. Now it’s ‘time’ for the rest of us! Rethinking the […]

March 12, 2013 | 0 Comments More
The Modern Edge of Web Design

The Modern Edge of Web Design

Since the advent of the modern Web, with the credit for that almost solely attributable to Sir Tim Burners-Lee, there have been five versions of HTML, one of the core languages that continues to power most websites. The most recent version, HTML5, is the new standard for this markup language. It allows for a new […]

March 5, 2013 | 0 Comments More
Picture This: Why Using Images on Your Blog is Important

Picture This: Why Using Images on Your Blog is Important

If you have a business, there’s the expectation that you’ll have a Web presence. If you have a Web presence, and a healthy social media presence to go with it, there’s every chance you already blog. If you blog, the old adage that “a picture is worth a thousand words” applies here. There are numerous […]

February 19, 2013 | 2 Comments More
Do It With Heart

Do It With Heart

Why are we so obsessed with love? And yet… it seems so elusive. One person’s love is not another’s. This is a universal wisdom; no two love’s should be the same. It seems we have to work hard to find the perfect match and yet… we really don’t. So many of us don’t know how […]

February 12, 2013 | 0 Comments More
Podcast About the Virtual Assistance Industry – Is it for YOU?

Podcast About the Virtual Assistance Industry – Is it for YOU?

Last week I had the honor of joining Carmen Carrozza of Carrozza Associates on his Forward Motion podcast. Carmen and I talked about the Virtual Assistance industry, how I got into the business, what CyberCletch does, most importantly, how a virtual assistant can benefit you. You can download Carmen’s podcasts straight from his @MyForwardMotion twitter […]

February 7, 2013 | 0 Comments More
Why Is That Web Page Great (Or Awful)?

Why Is That Web Page Great (Or Awful)?

Ever been to a website where the bells & whistles, graphics, or ‘special effects’ actually added to—rather than detracted from—the whole user experience (UX)? How about one where the colors just didn’t mix, or where you ended up with a dead link? Sometimes websites offer far too much glitz, and far too little substance, or […]

February 5, 2013 | 0 Comments More