“I firmly believe that respect is a lot more important, and a lot greater, than popularity.” – Julius Erving

Las Vegas Women’s Council Tech Tip

October

Alright, you’ve broken down to peer pressure and created accounts on all the important social media sites, now what? That’s easy, you need a report card. Some way to find out if you’re being influential or if anyone is even listening. Solution? Klout.com. Klout takes all your social media site (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, etc) and gives you a score (1-100). This score tells you how influential you are online. Once you set up your social media accounts (it’s a one button set up for most) there’s pretty much nothing else to do. It’s easy and vital if social media is going to be part of your business plan.

“The telephone book is full of facts, but it doesn’t contain a single idea.” – Mortimer Adler

Las Vegas Women’s Council’s Tech Tip

September

Google Places

You’ve seen this red marker before. If you own a Google friendly Android, it may even be a pre-installed app on your phone. What is it? It’s the 21st centuries answer to the antiquated phone book. Make your business be known, make it a Google Place. It’s easy. Go to google places and follow the easy steps up setting up your business listing. Then Google will mail you confirmation (to make sure you’re real). Once you get the postcard in the mail, finish the validation process and you have a Google Maps friendly place of business. Oh and did we mention it’s FREE?

“YouTube is a place for people to share their ideas. If by people you mean 13 year old girls and by ideas you mean how they love the Jonas Brothers.” – Bo Burnham

Las Vegas Women’s Council’s Tech Tip

August

 

 

Video is free and largely, an untapped market. Why not stand out from your competition?

YouTube has 3 billion visitors a day and a large part of those visitors use it as their default search engine for information. Want to know how to knit or change the oil in your car? There’s a step by step video to teach you how. Why not be where you know there’s a largely untapped audience. Be one of the first to record a video on staging your home or walk through your new listing. There are thousands of ways to implement video into your business plan.

What are you waiting for?

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“I hardly ever watch my own work. I just end up picking myself apart! I can’t even stand to hear myself on voicemail. the sound of my own voice is like nails on a chalkboard. The same goes for my records.” – Grey DeLisle

Women’s Council’s April Tech Tip

April

 

Google Voice

Really, the video says it all…

 

 

“By giving people the power to share, we’re making the world more transparent.” – Mark Zuckerberg

Las Vegas Women’s Council’s Tech Tip

March

 

Facebook is a great place to interact with family, friends, and clients. However, if you talk too much about your business or show off that list you’re oh so proud of, you could end up with your account cancelled. The solution?

Create a Facebook Business Page.

A Business is somewhat like a website, except free and extremely user-friendly. (Plus it has the added benefit of being where your clients are.) Start one today and start making friends across the globe.

To create a page, click here.