Your network closet is the cave or corner of your office (sometimes under a desk) that houses your main internet and network connections. Here lives your modem, your router, your printer, your scanner, the photocopier, likely a shredder, and a terrifying tangle of cables. Time to shed some light in there and find out what you’re dealing with before disaster strikes. Grab a couple of dry dusting cloths, something to label cables, a digital camera (or smartphone), a pad of paper and pen. Zip ties may come in handy. And a vacuum.
Why not check out the Small Business Community Network (SBCN) most recent YouTube Video, SBCN Small Biz Perspectives.
I host the video chats, as one of the co-founders I want to share as much information as possible to help small business owners, and this is a great way to do it.
In this video SBCN Member Steve Bentley, Northern River Financial is our featured guest and we chat about Business Plans.
Today I want to share a few tips and ideas on the topic of videos for your online content. I am in no way an expert, but having worked on quite a few videos in the past with my business partner husband, Dave Ockwell-Jenner, we have learned quite a lot over the past 10 years.
The Good News
The great news is if you add video to your content you will gain more interest and your audience will probably stay around long enough to read the message you shared.
Misconceptions run rampant in the corporate world about the best sources for computers and hardware. This is especially contentious when the need is critical, as in the laptop died and you need a new one yesterday. It’s tempting to drive over to the nearest electronics store and pick one up right now. Before you do that, here are the benefits of purchasing your business laptop from directly from an IT service provider like Polarverse.
Whatever it is, it’s on your calendar. You’re invited to o a company party, a networking event, a friend’s wedding, or a community group outing. Maybe events like these, the ones that require small talk, bring more anxiety than excitement.
Small businesses are the core of the Canadian economy. Entrepreneurship and creativity have been moving our economy for centuries. In fact, Canada has one of the best grooming environments for start-ups and small businesses. Business owners spend several years building up their business. They invest a significant amount of personal time and capital to grow their companies.
I love all the new technologies, social media opportunities, YouTube, Facebook, Pinterest, to name a few of the amazing resources offering us tools to help us build our business, which in turn can lead to our continued success.
Pink Shirt Day, 22nd February, 2017 to raise awareness about bullying
Today is Wear a Pink Shirt Day in support of raising awareness about bullying.
Diapers, mobile, onsies, home control system? Yes, you read that right. Every new parent should have a home control system on their list of must have items for baby’s arrival. Why? Simple. Home control simplifies and if there’s one thing a new parent desires it’s simplicity.