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Organize E-Clutter Web Seminar, August 20, 2011

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Do you get frustrated hunting for a specific email or a news article you came across? Perhaps you are an e-hoarder and have a hard time pulling media from your devices and finding a place to put it.

Not to worry! There are many free tools ready and available for you to use! Sign-up now!

Leah D. Gordon will present free online tools, tips and tricks that help you organize your electronic clutter. Learn how to systematically organize your media, decide what to share and what to keep private and how. Participants will learn how to organize electronic clutter such as:

 

  • email
  • contacts
  • bookmarks
  • photos
  • video
  • articles
  • blog posts
  • books
  • music
  • documents
  • tweets and tweeps
  • facebook friends

Tools presented are free to use and online privacy concerns will be taken into account.

Who: E-hoarders, disorganized media consumers and everyone in between

What: Online seminar on organizing electronic clutter

When: 10AM-12PM EST on Saturday, Augutst 20, 2011

Where: Online. A join.me link will be sent to paid registrants prior to the seminar.

Why: Because you need to get organized.

Register: Space limited. Registration closes August 18, 2011 at 5PM

Cost: FREE

Technical requirements:

  • Your computer or device must be running Flash Player 10
  • You must be using one of these browsers: Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9; Firefox 3.6, 4; Chrome 5 or above; Safari 5
  • On an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, make sure you have the free join.me app
  • On an Android device, make sure you have the free join.me app

SIGN ME UP!!

Written by Leah Denise Wyatt

July 24, 2011 at 1:34 am

Google +1 Button Recommends Relevant Web Content

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Bottom line: Adding a +1 button to your content helps users quickly find relevant content from people they know and trust.

You can add a Google +1 button to pages to encourage to users to recommend your page content to their friends and followers when signed into Google.

“+1-ing” content can improve your personal image as well. By clicking the +1 button, you are communicating to your followers and friends content you find to be reputable and credible.

Give it a try!

Written by Leah Denise Wyatt

July 13, 2011 at 5:40 pm