It started slowly. At first there was just the You’ve Got Mail! alert from AOL. Then our phones started to notify us of text messages, emails, calendar appointments, and tasks. Now they buzz and beep to tell us that we have new likes, plusses, or friends. Everyone wants some attention! But it’s not just alerts
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Artists like El Greco (pictured) were known for creating art with invisible directional cues that caused the viewer’s eye to move through the piece. Your landing page should work in the same way. It should be informative, seamlessly direct the audience to the information they want, and offer something stimulating. In this guest post for Spoutfire,
For all you productivity-hungry business owners, we’ve compiled our top productivity/tech posts filled with our favorite software, gadgets, apps and for small business. If you are looking to use technology to get more done while you are on the go or in the office — these posts are for you! Whether you’re tech savvy or not,
You’ve been working and working and you just can’t seem to get ahead. Up early and working late but you still can’t manage to get your to-do list under control. It’s overwhelming and discouraging. How is it ever going to change? You can feel it — you’re headed for burnout. There’s one small change that
It’s amazing how technologically advanced our businesses have become. Who would have thought 10 years ago that the classic desk phone and desktop computer would become almost obsolete? We have the tools to become more productive and efficient than ever — and every year, they get better and better. But the questions is: Are you
Business owners tend to do everything when they are first starting out. Many times, they don’t have a choice because money is tight. And while business owners should watch their pennies, sometimes they can be penny wise and pound foolish. They waste valuable time doing things they aren’t good at it (so it takes them
Since switching from my spiral notebook to an iPad, I’ve been working to create a workflow that enables me to take notes on my iPad during meetings, and then make use of them everywhere. The iPad is really the perfect meeting companion. I always felt weird taking notes on a laptop — the screen creates