Why is Evernote growing so quickly?

May 29th, 2014

Are you part of the cult of Evernote? Do you use the popular organizing app to plan meetings, save your favorite Web pages and track of your wedding anniversary date? Do you use the program to store images and videos for work or play? If so, you're far from alone.

How Can You Use Facebook Graph Search in Your Business?

May 27th, 2014

How To Leverage Facebook Graph Search at Your Business

Facebook is at it again, and this time it’s called Facebook Graph Search. This is their attempt to sway their search results from a keyword-based model like Google’s, to one where Facebook can make use of its greatest asset, the social interplay between all of its users.

Security Alert – Here we go again…this time its eBay.

May 23rd, 2014

Although a "small number of employee log-in credentials" between late February and early March were compromised in the recent eBay security breach, and "no evidence of any unauthorized access to financial or credit card information (which is stored separately in encrypted formats) was found," experts are still recommending eBay users update their passwords.

4 Ways to Use #Hashtags in Your Social Media

May 22nd, 2014

Anyone Know the Right Way to Use #Hashtags?

Know exactly what a #Hashtag is? If you’re not a social media expert, and especially Twitter, you might not have a clue what a #hashtag is. No need for that being the case any more. A hashtag is a # paired with a word or phrase to perform a number of functions.

Is your business website missing the essentials?

May 20th, 2014

Is your business’ website turning away potential customers? Are customers logging on to your site just to abandon your online home simply because can’t find what they want? If so, you might need a website upgrade. Remember, the one thing worse than not having a website for your small business is having a website that is actually turning off your visitors.

That Facebook “Other” folder is more important than you think

May 15th, 2014

How many Facebook messages from co-workers, past bosses and friends have you not seen over the years? The number may very well be more than you thought, thanks to Facebook’s mysterious “Other” folder.

The hidden “Other”

New York Times technology columnist David Pogue recently explained the way the “Other” folder works.

Follow these tips to keep your eyes healthy at the office

May 13th, 2014

Does your job demand that you stare at a computer screen for hours at a time? If so, eyestrain may become a serious problem. A newly released story by the everon small-business blog says that workers plugged into their computers can face a host of problems, from watery eyes to headaches, increased sensitivity to light and difficulty focusing.

Don’t slow your meetings with useless tech

May 8th, 2014

Do laptops and smartphones hijack your company meetings? Do employees waste time checking e-messages, tweeting their friends and scanning news headlines as an alternative to paying attention to your plan to boost profits? Well, you’re far from alone.

Your Mother’s Day Idea Cache

May 8th, 2014

We're coming up on Mother's Day (otherwise known as Mother's Day Weekend at my house!) and moms everywhere - along with anyone in your life who fulfills that special role - are likely eagerly anticipating of a weekend of fun, appreciation and relaxation with the ones they love most!

We've compiled a fun repository of Mom-stuff  for you to skim through in plenty of time.

How to Use Facebook Ads to Gather Leads and Sales

May 6th, 2014

Facebook Ads – The Image is the Thing!

Facebook ads are among the fastest, easiest and most effective do-it-yourself platforms for getting traffic to your offers, building prospect lists, and for just about any other purpose you can think of for your website.