With No-Coding-Needed Tools, It’s a Snap chads Fri, 07/01/2022 - 13:11
Software users have a growing raft of tools they can use to automate the everyday tasks they perform and free up more time to be more creative and innovative on the job. All of these automation tools work on an easy trigger-then-action format, which enable users with no coding skills to get the programs they use to work together more efficiently, often in five minutes or less.
Company Reports That Write Themselves chads Fri, 07/01/2022 - 12:50
Legions of workers stumped by company charts and graphs that make no sense to them can take heart: A new, dirt-cheap artificial intelligence (AI) software tool from Microsoft enables you to trigger a text explanation of a chart or graph with just one mouse click.
Video Conferencing for Power Users chads Sun, 05/01/2022 - 10:42
Given that remote work is expected to become a permanent component of business culture moving forward, you’ll want to be sure you’re using video meeting software that’s a perfect fit for your company.
Free Social-Media Marketing Tools chads Tue, 03/01/2022 - 12:41
Businesses looking to engage customers on social media without adding another expense to their marketing budgets are in luck: There are plenty of pro-grade social-media marketing tools you can use that are absolutely free—forever.
In the Crosshairs chads Tue, 03/01/2022 - 12:28
Businesses are discovering the hard way that websites forgetting to accommodate disabled people are targets for usability lawsuits. The great irony underscoring the trend is that scores of service providers can quickly analyze your website for a few hundred dollars and advise—point for point—how to safeguard it against such a lawsuit.
Doubling Down on Ransomware Protection chads Tue, 03/01/2022 - 12:08
As the threat of ransomware reached new heights in 2021, many businesses have doubled down on their defense against the scourge—making sure they’ve done everything they can to avoid becoming its next victim. Indeed, successful ransomware attacks on key infrastructure and supply lines in the United States have proven so visceral this year that they’ve triggered an executive order from President Joe Biden, nudging all U.S. businesses to get serious about ransomware protection.
Need Help With Online Reviews? chads Wed, 12/01/2021 - 11:17
Businesses looking to quickly beef up the number of reviews that appear about them on the major review websites—as well as on their own digital properties—are in luck. There are currently dozens of service providers vying for a chance to significantly increase the number of positive reviews your business enjoys online.
Google Analytics 4 chads Wed, 12/01/2021 - 10:01
While many businesses took a wait-and-see approach when Google released a major upgrade to its analytics software last fall—Google Analytics 4—now is a good time to begin experimenting with the latest version. The free software offers businesses a powerful way to analyze and improve on how visitors are interacting with their websites. It has been put through its paces since its release, and any kinks with the code appear to have been worked out.
Death by Cookie chads Wed, 12/01/2021 - 09:43
Companies that rely on ad tech companies to post ads for their goods and services across the web will need a new plan in 2022, when support for that technology mostly disappears. Essentially, Google is warning businesses that its widely popular Chrome browser will no longer support the technology needed to make those ad placements—known as third-party cookies—beginning next year.
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