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To Do and Forget: Managing the Incomings with Todoist

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Todoist Review I’ve been using Todoist to help me manage my to do list. A key part is being able to capture things so I can forget about them until they are relevant. I am the lucky winner of a life that involves managing or participating in many different projects, and many different styles of projects. I’ve noticed that just keeping track…

Stop Learning and Start Doing

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It’s not often you’ll hear such a barking-style suggestion from me. But I’ve decided that analysis paralysis has taken on a whole new realm in the world of using the internet to grow your small business or entrepreneurial venture. Webinars proliferate. Joint Ventures and VIP Days are hot. You’ve got to know all about lead capture pages. What is happening in your…

Best Practices and Howto for a Twitter Hashtag Chat

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Hashtag chats on Twitter are one of the best ways to meet new people, learn new things (it’s a very dynamic form of crowd-sourcing!), share your experience and build your expertise. They can be a bit overwhelming though until you get a handle on them, so here is a cheat sheet to help you jump in the first time as a pro!…

Why I Rarely Answer My Phone

Increasingly, as a digital native, citizen of the internet, geek girl – call me what you wish – I find myself more and more discerning about how, when, and with whom I use the phone. It is simply another trending practice that all marketers would be wise to note: Interruption of any kind is increasingly irritating and unnecessary in today’s world of…

Should You Monitor Social Media Behavior at Work?

You know that social media has gone mainstream when CNN has cover articles about it and when the NY Times features tools and tips like this, pretty much on a weekly basis: Keeping a Closer Eye on Employees’ Social Networking New software allows companies to automatically monitor how much time employees are spending on social networking sites and what they’re posting when…

The Social Web: Learning to Use a New Tool

The social web is full of free information. Many people forego formal training in favor of copying what they see others’ doing. We sometimes do this ourselves—once you have a strong base of knowledge in a specific area, it is quite reasonable to look at others’ tips or code and be able to reverse engineer them quite successfully to meet your own…