Amy Wigginton

Reads of the Week – Jan 29th

rp_weekly-news-roundup-5214_1377_616018_0_14095852_500-300x225.jpg We know you’re busy, so we pulled together the most interesting reads of the week including treadmill desks, top 10 Android TV apps and those amazingly-expensive Super Bowl ads. Feel free to add your own favorites that we may have missed in the comments....

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Mark Pickart

6 Simple Steps to Foolproof Your Invoices

Ole Timey InvoiceOne of the most common things I hear small-business owners complain about is invoicing. The complaints range from how much time it takes to manage and track the invoices to frustrations from trying to get paid on time. This concern impacts small and medium business owners across many industries and a recent survey reported SMBs spend over 6 hours each month simply sending, reviewing, and responding to requests related...

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Lisa Hephner

Have Your Passwords Been Compromised? Find Out Here.

pwnedIn an ideal world, companies would notify you directly if there is even a possibility that your account credentials have been compromised, so that you can take action to protect yourself. Of course, your very first step should be to change your password for the compromised account, as well as for any other accounts that use the same User Id or email address and the same or a similar password. Unfortunately,...

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Lisa Hephner

The Art and Economics of Delegating: Help for the Small Business Superhero

sbmanSmall business owners are superheroes! Ask a small business owner how many hats she wears and you’re likely to get an earful. However, no matter how much you can do, you probably can’t do everything required to effectively run and grow a small business all by yourself. And, you probably don’t want to. Luckily, there are highly talented people out there who do have great...

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Lisa Hephner

Getting It Out: 4 Tips for Extracting Content from PowerPoint, YouTube, Acrobat, & other Files and Online Sources.

File Extraction FUnnelHave you ever been frustrated by receiving a presentation or document from which you can’t copy a picture or video? Have you ever wanted to grab a YouTube video and use it, or a small piece of it, in an off-line presentation? Have you ever screamed at Google Maps because it won’t print the map view exactly as you have it on screen? If so, then read...

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