As a business owner, it is great to make a big splash and lots of sales on opening day. But it’s far better to build a business that succeeds over the long term.
If you’re planning on writing a book or an extensive blog series, you’ve probably already realized that you’ll need some help capturing and organizing your thoughts and content. Enter stage left: Evernote.
Evernote is an excellent tool for writers. Keep reading to learn why.
Blogging can be a fun, interesting, entertaining, helpful, and fabulous experience for both bloggers and their readers. But, what blogging often isn’t is quick. It’s usually not a done-in-a-jiffy type of activity. It requires the ability to stay focused when writing because there’s no shortage of people and things that can take you away.
Are you surprised that coffee and productivity go hand in hand? You shouldn’t be!
Coffee is almost sacred within the confines of the office walls. It is a way to lift you out of your slump and a mechanism to chat to the coworker you’ve been eyeing out all summer. It can also be motivator during those moments that you just can’t deal with work any longer.
Evernote is a pretty powerful app that you can use in many ways on both the personal and business fronts. Simply put, Evernote can help you remember everything — but it can do much more.
Is it possible to have “no apps productivity?” Can you really get things done without using apps?
Do you include Calls to Action (CTAs) in all your marketing messages? If you’re not, this is a good time to start. Keep reading to learn why.
Are you just getting your feet wet with Twitter? Or, were you an early adopter who started tweeting and using Twitter as a marketing tool well before anyone even knew what it was? No matter what stage of Twitterhood you’re in, I have a question for you …
Today’s post was written by the Community Outreach Coordinator for HP’s Small Business Solutions.
Small Businesses are now being targeted by hackers more than any other business segment, according to a recent report from cybersecurity firm Symantec. With almost 50% of SMBs experiencing a data breach in 2016, having an understanding of cybersecurity and how potential breaches can affect your business is critical for companies of any size.
Do you have super strong passwords for your digital accounts? Strong, reliable online security measures are a must for modern day entrepreneurs.