Cool Tech Tools: Cloud Storage

Posted on 20. Jun, 2016 by in iOS Tips, MAC Tip, My Favorite Things, Services, Small Business Tips, Social Networking

Have you ever wished you didn’t have to buy yet another server?  Do you have to delete old files on your hard drive to make room for new ones?  If disk space is an issue in your company, the good news is there may be a better and cheaper way:  cloud storage. You might think […]

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How Pinterest and Instagram Can Make You Money

Posted on 27. Apr, 2016 by in iOS Tips, MAC Tip, Marketing Tips, My Favorite Things, Services, Small Business Tips, Social Networking

There’s a visual side to every business, and Pinterest and Instagram, which are social media applications, can show your customers and prospects what your business looks like form day to day.  Plus, you can have some real fun with it. Pinterest allows people to post graphics to online bulletin boards and share them with others.  […]

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Get Data From Here to There With A ZAP!

Posted on 27. Oct, 2015 by in Services, Small Business Tips, VirtualConnections Newsletter, Website Resource, Windows Resources/Tips

Need to get data from one app to another?   If so, it’s time to check out Zapier. You might be moving data manually from, let’s say, your shopping cart to your CRM or from Evernote to Google Docs, or something like that.  Zapier allows you to automate the process with what they call a Zap.  […]

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What Does the Heartbleed Bug Mean for You and Your Business?

Posted on 16. Apr, 2014 by in VirtualConnections Newsletter

Guest post by Nancy Seeger, Arts Assistance Do You Sell Products or Services on Your Website? What is the Heartbleed bug? Basically it is a vulnerability in the software for open SSL Certificates that leaves it possible for hackers to read your passwords and other protected information. As bugs go this is a biggie. If […]

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3 Web Marketing Strategies You Must Have

Posted on 03. Sep, 2013 by in Misc. Articles, VirtualConnections Newsletter

by Lisa Manyon, Write On Creative While it’s true that you need a website, you also need a strategic marketing plan for your website, a content strategy plan and individual marketing plans for all of your offerings. If you fail to put these strategies in place you will fall into the trap of unrealistic website […]

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Website of the Month: Site 24×7

Posted on 22. Feb, 2013 by in VirtualConnections Newsletter, Website Resource

Site 24×7 is a web infrastructure monitoring service that helps to monitor the up time and performance of your website including online applications and servers. The monitoring is done from 40+ locations across the world providing you a global perspective of your end-user experience.  Notifications are generated via SMS or email to let you know […]

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Client Profile: Write On ~ Creative Writing Services

Posted on 21. Dec, 2012 by in Client Profiles, VirtualConnections Newsletter

Write On ~ Creative Writing, Services, LLC. was born out of the desire to be of authentic service to business owners, entrepreneurs and non-profits. This effort is the brainchild of Lisa Manyon who has spent well over 20 years in the marketing trenches of advertising agencies, radio stations, non-profit organizations and entrepreneurship. Lisa helps entrepreneurs, […]

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Third Hand Vendor Resource: Mary Motz, ProVirtual Solutions

Posted on 26. Apr, 2012 by in Services, VirtualConnections Newsletter

One of the items on my list to tackle recently was revamping my website using a new WordPress theme as well as changing web hosting companies. Well as you all know that task alone can be quite daunting. Lucky for me, I called a fellow colleague Mary Motz of ProVirtual Solutions. I have known Mary […]

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Mac Tip:

Posted on 29. Nov, 2011 by in MAC Tip, VirtualConnections Newsletter

Would you like to see how your website looks on an iPad? Try With more and more tablet users, you may want to be sure your website is tablet friendly.

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