In this issue…
- Upcoming Events
- A Word From Rhonda
- Mobile Security In Small Business Today
- VA Monthly Tips
- Current Industry Trends: Google+ Now Has Embed a Post Feature
- Software Pick: WordPress Has A Built In Spam Blocker
Upcoming Events / Offers
Network AFTER WORK Cincinnati
Cincinnati at Mynt
Where: 511 Walnut St, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Cost: Register before 11/11 = $10 / Regular price = $12 / At Door = $15
When: Wednesday, November 13th, 6 – 9 pm
A word from Rhonda…
To speak with intention … this is what I want to do. I so need to work on this area of my life. In my personal relationships as well as my business relationships. I tell my self time and time again that I will do it right next time and then next time comes and I cannot believe how I ramble on. Sometimes … most times, my ramblings are random and mean nothing. Other times … many times, my ramblings are nervous and are either an indication that I’m in a situation that makes me nervous or something is lurking beneath the surface that I need to get off my chest or deal with.
Mobile Security In Small Business Today
Everyone is uber connected to the internet today whether it be for personal reasons or business, everywhere you look someone will be using some sort of mobile device to shop, stay connected to friends and family, colleagues, associates, etc. You depend on your mobile devices to practically run your life. Read more …
VA Monthly Tips
Be Interactive on Social Media
Take a few minutes a day to interact with your followers. I know it can seem like there isn’t enough time in the day sometimes, but if you want to build a following being interactive is a great way to encourage others to follow you. Read more….
EYE ON IT
Current Industry Trends: Google+ Now Has Embed A Post Feature
Similar to Twitter’s and Facebook’s embed a post feature Google+ now has one. Making sharing content within your website’s blog or pages easy to do. Read more….
Software Pick: WordPress Has A Built In Spam Blocker
Spam has become a huge issue across the board for virtually any platform. With all the spam there must be a way to control it. What most people don’t realize is that WordPress has it’s own built in spam blocker and they go out and pay for spam blocker plugins. Those paid for plugins might be needed if you’re site is huge, but if you are the average WordPress website owner chances are you don’t need something that robust. If you are looking for an affordable option that is easy to use then why not give WordPress’ already built in spam blocker a try, which works great. Read more….