7 Ways to Improve Your Website For Potential Prospects & Clients

Image courtesy of Stuart Miles at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Your website serves as the first impression of your business online. Potential clients use it to compare your firm to your competitors’ firms. Therefore, it's a best practice to review your website for errors, inconsistencies, and other required changes each year. Below are a few common

2020-02-04T23:37:47-05:00February 4th, 2020|Technology|0 Comments

Is It Time To Create Technology Boundaries At Your Office & Home?

Create technology boundaries. Don't allow technology to get in the way of family time or be the cause of customer disservice. Clearly share technology boundaries with others. Here's a good example: The coaching industry has performed virtually since its inception in the 1980's. We meet with clients via online session calls. Our marketing started with

2020-01-07T02:33:44-05:00January 7th, 2020|Technology|0 Comments

Has Your Internet Router Been Hacked?

In case you've been away for the holiday or didn't know that a warning has been issued in regards to routers being hacked. Specifically the problems could be in the equipment -- your router that you use to access wireless services.    For some of you, it's possible that your modem and router are now the

2018-05-29T11:47:56-04:00May 29th, 2018|Technology|0 Comments

Appointment Schedulers Offer Advisors Increase Productivity

Online appointment scheduling software is both a productivity and client service tool.  It's one way clients and prospects can schedule a convenient and timely call with you.  But remember,  some people prefer to schedule appointments by phone or email while others enjoy using an online scheduler. Scheduler technology provide you (and your team) with a secure and

2019-12-29T20:30:58-05:00March 22nd, 2017|Technology|0 Comments

Free MS Office Training For All!

When you put aside 10 minutes every morning for computer training, in one month, you'll increase your productivity by saving yourself many extra steps, over and over again. Last week I taped a podcast series for an association and learned that the PowerPoint slides I submitted weren’t formatted properly.  Someone at the association fixed them.

2017-03-15T01:54:03-04:00March 12th, 2017|Technology|0 Comments
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