Archives for March 2008

5 Ways Twitter Helps Me in Business

I’m not sure when I started using the social networking tool Twitter, but it must have been at least a year ago, in view of the fact that I was posting about it in April last year. At the time I was ambivalent about whether for me it was a distraction or helpful to business. […]

Common Sense Project Planning Sheet

If, like most or all of us solo home business crowd, you sometimes wonder how to keep track of all the cats you are herding, you’ll be interested in this post. My friend, solo marketing diva Shirley George Frazier, has come up with a practical, common sense way to have a project planning sheet that […]

Gmail Spam Filters Seem to be Doing Well

The amount of spam getting into my regular email is annoying enough to make checking my Outlook inbox a less than totally pleasant exercise. Gmail, by contrast, seems to have the spam filtering game down pat. So although I prefer Outlook’s folder system to Gmail’s “conversation” approach to sorting the mail, I have always found […]

Pictures for Blog Post Free with Some Advertising

Bloggers who want to include pictures in their blog posts, without breaching anyone’s copyright and without having to pay for the privilege of using them should take a look at the PicApp service I discovered today, via a Twitter post by Krishna De. They will need to feel ok about having advertisements embedded with the […]

Small Business on Alltop

There is an excellent new resource for anyone who wants to get a quick, interesting overview of current online coverage of their favorite topic. It has various sections, including one devoted to sites focused on Small Business. It’s called Alltop and is the invention of online entrepreneurs Will Mayall, Kathryn Henkens and Guy Kawasaki. It’s […]