There have been a lot of posts lately in my Facebook newsfeed and some of the groups I belong to, from people asking about the best scheduling tools (appointment and social media) and other online marketing tools. In light of that, today’s tip is a roundup of my three favorites. If I could only keep three of the many online marketing tools I use, these would be the three I keep. Even over Skype!
I love tools and apps … technical tools and apps that is. And, this seems to be the time of year when products and services start rolling out their updates. Last week I covered a couple of updates on the social media front. This week I’ll share the latest updates on a couple of my favorite apps, Canva for Work and Beacon.
As speakers and coaches, most of you do a lot of writing. Blog posts, newsletter articles, social media posts, web copy, you name it. Each of us has our own unique way of saying things too, but … how much of what we write does our audience understand?
There was a discussion the other day on Facebook about which messaging app(s) everyone was using, and why. Of course I have my druthers, but the conversation got me thinking about the various messaging apps available today, so I thought what the heck, that sounds like it might make a good blog post!
So, I pulled together 6 messenger apps I thought would be a good representation of what’s out there. I’ve tried all but one of them.
Every now and then I come across an app or resource that just floats my boat to the max. The Send to Kindle plugin for WordPress is one of those little beauties. It’s been around for a while, but it’s still a favorite … and one I use quite frequently.
So many people today have Kindles, and many of us (me included) would prefer to read just about everything on our Kindle. Well now we can.
Terry’s top 9 Browser Extensions!
There are several web browsers to choose from now-a-days, but my web browser of choice is Chrome … and has been for a while. It’s easy to use, but it also has some great browser extensions you can add to make it super easy to do things on the fly.
There are also lots and lots of browser extensions you can add to Chrome (and other browsers) that simplify things and add additional features and functions to enhance your browsing experience.
I had a discussion the other day with a rep for a pretty cool system out there for coaches and consultants. It’s called vCita. vCita is a custom app for websites, social media or email campaigns, and it gives you the ability to capture more web traffic and streamline scheduling and payments.
We’re all busy, and time does = money. And, of course, we all want to save money! In light of that, here are 3 simple business tools to help you do just that; in 3 very different ways.
I’ve tried quite a few mobile scanner apps in the past. I think I’ve probably added and deleted 4 or 5 over the past couple of years. Some have sucked. Some I’ve liked a little. But none have really wowed me.
Until now …
The content marketing 80/20 rule of social media advises sharing online content that is 80% content from other sources, along with 20% of your own content.
But what if you could share the “80%” content from other sources in a way that keeps your business in the forefront of your reader’s minds? What if there was an innovative way to curate relevant articles without completely giving away valuable web traffic that benefits your business?