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admin posted this in TipDrop on November 21st, 2012

Don't forget to use your Email Signature for Free Advertising and Promotion

A big part of your business comes from your email so it makes sense to advertise your products and/or services with every email that you send out. You can do this by having an email signature or ‘Signature Tag’ in your email. Outlook and most email clients (including outlook.com) allow you to set up your ‘Sig Tag’ so it is automatically added to each and every email going out, including replies and forwards. We often add our Facebook or LinkedIn tag in the signature – but why not make it more productive and advertise your

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Royston posted this in decision making on September 28th, 2010

The Ten Commandments in Risk Reduction

Risk reduction in decision making comes down to two main considerations: Increasing our knowledge of the problem by such techniques as soft systems engineering, SODA or any of the many tools that enable us to gain a foothold on the nature of the issue and dealing with the uncertainly of the risk. Here is a simple approach that puts some rigour in our thinking when it comes to breaking down a complex problem and deciding what to do

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roymogg posted this in Green Living on December 13th, 2009

Planning a Green Christmas

The song tells of a white Christmas, but that refers to the weather and the Christmasy atmosphere that snow can bring. Planning for a green Christmas is all about being environmentally active and aware while saving money as well. In times of economic uncertainty that must surely be a good thing. And of course, if the weather brings a little bit of white covering too, then that makes a green Christmas

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Royston posted this in computers on December 12th, 2009

Dealing With The Loss Of Data

Data loss is something that can be very traumatic. Whether it’s a business with important files and documents, or an individual with precious pictures and videos, losing data can be a very traumatic and stressful situation. If you’ve never experienced hard drive failure or losing data before, it can indeed be a situation where you find yourself wondering what to

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Royston posted this in computers on December 11th, 2009

Computer Diagnostic Tools

The diagnostics that are associated with computers can help to identify any problem or failure that computers show when they are having problems. Diagnostics are used to test out the computer system, which includes both the BIOS and memory, software, and even the hardware that is attached to the

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Royston posted this in Copywriting on November 19th, 2009

How to Write a Compelling Special Report

Writing a special report, or ―white paper, as it’s commonly called, is a fantastic strategy for creating leads for your business. A simple ten to twenty page document that people can request from your website will create a strong desire for people wanting to do business with you. Writing a special report isn’t complicated. In fact, even if you don’t like writing, you can easily and quickly write a report by following these seven

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Royston posted this in Networking on November 3rd, 2009

Ad-hoc or Access Point – Network Structures Explained.

What happens to many people is that they’re just about to buy some wireless equipment, and then they have a sudden realisation — they have no idea how their network layout is going to work with a wireless connection. Well, there are a few things you need to think about when you decide how you’re going to connect up your computers with all that great new wireless

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admin posted this in TipDrop on November 2nd, 2009

5 tips on how to go green at work

Every business, small or large, should be thinking of how to go green at work in order to save money and the environment at the same time. Workers can be wasteful at work. Sometimes it’s because they are not paying for their carelessness, or maybe because their boss doesn’t care either. Knowing how to go green at work, at least a little bit, is invaluable. We should all be doing it and we can easily do it

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Royston posted this in TipDrop on August 22nd, 2009

Folksonomies – new tagging strategies to share content

A new consumer phenomenon is called “tagging” or “folksonomies” (short for folks and taxonomy). Tagging is powerful because consumers are creating an organizational structure for online content. Folksonomies not only enable people to file away content under tags, but, even better, share it with others by filing it under a global taxonomy that they

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