Networking online, through social media channels, email, and LinkedIn, is something everyone I know does pretty well. After all, you can take all the time you like to compose your pitches and online networking comes without the stress and anxiety that often accompanies face-to-face interaction. But by no means should online networking be the only kind you do! There are certain things that can only get done when meeting and pitching someone in person.
In this episode of the Digital Cafe, I offer my best 6 tips for pitching at events and conferences. For even more in-depth tips, you should read this post on AT&T’s Networking Exchange about Human Networking. Read More
In Mario’s latest Small Biz Go Mobile podcast, he talks about using a portable dual monitor and offers tons of tips about how they can be used.
Although we’re doing more with our smartphones and tablets, for the ultimate in mobile productivity most of us still our laptop. While mobile apps can provide many of the tools we need to work, for some tasks there is simply no equivalent to fully featured software. On top of my preference for an actual keyboard to write on, I personally depend on several outstanding apps every day that provide professional features not yet present on mobile devices, including Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, and Apple’s Final Cut Pro. While similar or alternative apps certainly exist for these, including Apple’s Pages and iMovie and Adobe’s Photoshop Touch, these often lack key features only available on the desktop.
With a workflow that involves heavy multitasking, simultaneously working on writing, video and images while sharing on the web, social media and via email, there is no alternative for a good laptop computer. So check this out: what if you had two screens to work with while on the go? On a desktop with dual monitors, you can have twice as many windows open, be looking at twice the amount of data without switching apps. Wouldn’t that be great on the go? With a USB dual monitor solution like the 720p Cinq, you can replicate that desktop experience while on the go.
Like this tip? Want to hear more? Check out Mario’s Small Biz Go Mobile podcast today.
Everyone knows that Evernote is one of my favorite apps. But on today’s episode of the Small Biz Go Mobile podcast for AT&T, I tech you how to take your Evernote account and step it up to the next level! Want to know my secrets? Head on over to AT&T’s Small Business site and listen to my lastest podcast.
On today’s episode of the Small Biz Go Mobile podcast for AT&T, I teach you how to combine Apple’s digital assistant Siri with one of my favorite mobile apps, Evernote. I’m a serious Evernote user, but sometimes I don’t want to have to type out what I’m thinking, I just want to dictate it! So what I do is use Siri to take down my thoughts and automatically email them to my Evernote email address. Want to know how to set this up for yourself? Head on over to AT&T’s Small Business site and listen to my lastest podcast.
In the latest entry to my Small Biz Go Mobile podcast for AT&T, I make a few tech predictions for 2012 in small business. My #1 is that we’re going to see a ton more about the cloud. While I don’t like the term, cloud and data storage are taking over. Want to hear my full thoughts and predictions? You can listen to this podcast over on AT&T’s Small Business site.