Technology Training Tuesday: Creating Newsletters & SharePoint Team Sites

Office Dynamics

7 Strategies for Creating E-Newsletters That Get Results. Effective newsletters take a little thought and effort, but the results are worth it! This educational webinar will provide you with valuable information on creating successful e-newsletters for your organization that inform and engage participants. Join Business Management Daily, Wednesday, June 25, for 7 Strategies for Creating E-Newsletters That Get Results and you’ll learn all the nuts and bolts.

The Great Calendar Debate - Paper or Electronic - 21 Experts Weigh.

Productive & Organized

Try This Instead | Main | Be Smart About Using the Telephone » The Great Calendar Debate - Paper or Electronic - 21 Experts Weigh In We are in the home stretch of 2009 -- bring on 2010!!  The reminder and follow-up system can be used for calendar entries, emails and tasks.

Favorite Planning/Calendar Tool - Readers Speak Out

Productive & Organized

Check out this great tool » Favorite Planning/Calendar Tool - Readers Speak Out There are many ways to manage your time and activities.  What is your favorite planning/calendar tool and why? Of all the calendar tools I know, this one handles tasks the best.

How To Do What’s Right With The Rest Of The Year

Productivityist

This calendar year sure goes by fast, doesn’t it? I don’t write much of anything new (including newsletters) and really look at what is left of my plans for the calendar year. The NOW Year™ Calendar is a wall calendar that allows you to plan your year using themes for each day and month, and its minimal design is both elegant and practical. We released the first ever calendar in 2015 and people raved about it.

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Publish a Successful Ezine with these Top 10 Tips

Office Organization Success

Do you know the purpose of your newsletter? I regularly help my clients to implement is a system for getting on track with their newsletter — or stay-in-touch strategy as I like to call it! Articles for Reprint Online Marketing ezine list building system newsletter office systems

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Planner Or Tickler (1-31) File? - How to Use Both For Optimal.

Productive & Organized

How to Use Both For Optimal Professional & Personal Productivity (guest post by Meggin McIntosh) A question that often comes up in workshops as well as on my blog is this one: How do you suggest people use their calendar (planner) in conjunction with the tickler (1-31) files? Sometimes I wonder if I am duplicating my efforts by using a calendar and the tickler files. Sometimes I wonder if I am duplicating my efforts by using a calendar and the tickler files.

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Publish a Successful Ezine with these Top 10 Tips

Office Organization Success

One of the systems I help my clients to implement is a schedule for getting on track with their ezine (electronic newsletter) as it’s so important that you have a systematic stay-in-touch strategy in place and a regular ezine is the perfect medium for achieving this! Create an editorial calendar – this is so that you can plan out in advance what topics you’ll be covering in each issue, and therefore avoid ‘blank screen/page’ syndrome.

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What I’ve Learned From The Productivityist Reader Survey

Productivityist

With that in mind, here’s some of what I’ve concluded based on some of the answers given: You like the bi-weekly newsletter format. An overwhelming majority of you indicated that delivering The Productivityist Newsletter bi-weekly is best, so I’ll keep doing that.

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Remind me

Clutter Coach

Republished by Blog Post Promoter Although I use an electronic calendar, I love to write by hand. Case in point : somehow my calendar reminder to do my newsletter lost its repeat function. This repeat function is the single best reason to use an electronic calendar, in my view. I did have a niggling feeling that it was time to write last Thursday, but since I didn’t see it on my calendar, I ignored it. (I I look at my calendar multiple times a day.

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3 Simple Steps to Taking Time Away from Your Business

Office Organization Success

The solution is simple … you plan it in your calendar. The first step, and most important step, is to actually schedule your time off in your calendar. “I don’t have time for a vacation!”

2015 206

I Know It’s Boring But It’s Important

Office Organization Success

I actually do mine each Monday morning – I have it scheduled in my calendar, and it honestly doesn’t take that long to do. Just some of the things I track: Number of subscribers weekly newsletter was sent to. How many of you track your business stats each week?

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Remind me

Clutter Coach

by Although I use an electronic calendar, I love to write by hand. Case in point : somehow my calendar reminder to do my newsletter lost its repeat function. This repeat function is the single best reason to use an electronic calendar, in my view. I did have a niggling feeling that it was time to write last Thursday, but since I didn’t see it on my calendar, I ignored it. (I I look at my calendar multiple times a day. So, the newsletter was a week late.

2014 100

Organising your Outlook folders

Practically Perfect PA

I literally wouldn’t know what I was doing without my inbox and calendar organised just so. Move to specific folder: Newsletter subscriptions / RSS feeds. If you are anything like me, you will live your life by Outlook. Sad but true, right?

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Downsize and Organize Your Digital Clutter

Office Dynamics

For instance, all newsletters can be sent to a “newsletters” folder, and emails from colleagues can automatically be sent to a “work” folder. Get out your calendar, and schedule regular recurring dates with yourself to keep your data in order.

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Where Should You Start Building Your Business Online?

Tips From T. Marie

This could include adding photos of your office and whats going on there each week, providing a calendar of community events or creating an online business newsletter that can be compiled and emailed regularly as well.

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5 Strategies to Become Highly Successful and Get More Done

Office Organization Success

Checking Facebook to see what everyone else is doing, before writing their newsletter. Plan your calendar. Block out specific times in your calendar for certain activities. When you manage your calendar in this way you will find your time management issues disappear.

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Annual List Building Plan – Explained In 3 Simple Steps

Office Organization Success

Content Marketing: At the heart of your list building plan is the Content Marketing — this is those articles that you write, send out via your newsletter and/or post to your blog.

2016 141

10 Reminder Systems for You To Consider

Productive & Organized

" BarbMcMahon :  Steph:  I really like Google calendar - nothing fancy, but easy to use and it emails reminders of birthdays, etc. Google tells about their Google Calendar tool in this way: " Organize your schedule and share events with friends.  With

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Organising your Outlook folders

Practically Perfect PA

I literally wouldn’t know what I was doing without my inbox and calendar organised just so. Move to specific folder: Newsletter subscriptions / RSS feeds. If you are anything like me, you will live your life by Outlook. Sad but true, right?

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It's Time to Pre-Order The NOW Year

Productivityist

Newsletter subscribers had a head-start when it came to pre-orders. As of today pre-orders are now available for The NOW Year: A Practical Guide to Calendar Management. My new eBook adds a fifth to the mix: Calendar Management. Why a book on calendar management?

Listen Live 01/11 as Stephanie Talks About #Organizing Myths on.

Productive & Organized

When: January 11, 2011 8:00 pm CST How: Listen on-line (via link above or dial in to (714) 202-9923 Add to your calendar now! When: January 11, 2011 8:00 pm CST How: Listen on-line (via link above or dial in to (714) 202-9923 Add to your calendar now!

2011 137

Boost Productivity by Picking the Best To-do List for You

Productive & Organized

Immediately add that task to your digital calendar or task list, and set a reminder on your calendar closer to the due date. Changing the default view of your e-mail program so that the task or calendar screen shows instead of your in-box helps ensure you never lose sight of your tasks.

2010 137

3 Simple Steps to Taking Time Away from Your Business

Office Organization Success

The first step, and most important step, is to actually schedule your time off in your calendar. Once it’s on your calendar and you can see it you’re unlikely to accidentally schedule in a client call, meeting, or other event that will encroach upon your down time. If you publish an ezine/newsletter on a regular basis just because you’re away on vacation doesn’t mean that your ezine shouldn’t go out… in fact it’s crucial to your business that you do continue with your ezine.

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Customer Service Blogs to check out

Make or Break Moments

Service Untitled By [Well, he never mentions his name so I wont:-)] I would like to add a couple of my favorites that I follow from the Alltop Customer Service Page: Church of the Customer co-authored by Ben McConnell and Jackie Huba The monthly newsletter for Call Center Customer Service by Colin Taylor of The Taylor Reach Group Dennis Snow’s Blog Speaking of Customer Service Do you have a favorite?

AZVAs Podcast 3: Prepping to Attend Industry Events

Loosely Speaking

You can be the subject of one of our interviews or sponsor an upcoming month of AZVAs newsletter & podcast.Â

2010 141

Using The 4 Laws Of Simplicity To Streamline Projects

Simple Productivity Blog

In this series, we have already talked about applying it to “stuff” , as well as calendars , task lists and reference material. Calendars (look for things with due dates, or events that need to be prepared for. Example: I had taken on a role in my church’s communication team to produce the newsletter while I was webmaster there. I wasn’t interested in producing a newsletter, or doing any of the things that went along with it.

2013 144

19 Tips for Managing Your Email Even When You Don't Want To.

Productive & Organized

Our organization uses Google Apps for our e-mail, calendar and cloud solution. Controlling email is hard but if you take a look at the emails that come to your in-box every day - how many of those are from email marketing, rss feeds, newsletters, coupons, etc.

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Today’s Admin Needs to Become a Mobile Office Pro

Office Dynamics

Apps for file access, e-mail, calendar, password protection, word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, virtual meetings, news, weather and travel are examples of key productivity tools mobile devices should have installed.

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Planning for 2013: Dreams and Roadmaps for 2013

Simple Productivity Blog

They are on my calendar. They are on my calendar. I can tell you how many blog posts I will write, how many newsletters I will send, and how many guest posts I will do. Why My Calendar Is So Important. This is the first year I have used the Neu Year calendar. I love this calendar because I can see the whole year at once, and it’s laminated so I can change my mind.

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Why You Need to Delegate More

Dumb Little Man

At work, if you’re always the person who sends the e-newsletter to clients, you’re stopping your colleagues from learning something new. Let’s say that writing and sending a short e-newsletter takes you an hour; it might take you two or three hours to go through the process in detail with a colleague. Try planning ahead: handle today’s newsletter yourself, but block out some time in your calendar to train a colleague on the process well in advance of next month’s newsletter. #2:

2012 159

Be Smart About Using the Telephone

Productive & Organized

Work With Stephanie « The Great Calendar Debate - Paper or Electronic - 21 Experts Weigh In | Main | Want a Paper Planner for 2010? Work With Stephanie | Contact Copyright 2007-2010 Calahan Solutions, Inc. -- All Rights Reserved Want to use my content in your ezine, newsletter or blog?

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Master the Art of Re-purposing Your Work and You'll Save Multiple Hours - 50 Ideas To Get You Started

Productive & Organized

Some of those become blog posts, newsletter articles, parts of books. These kernels of wisdom are the perfect prompts to expand into blog posts, newsletter articles, ebooks and presentations. Blog posts and articles can turn into: ebooks, presentations, calendar/tip-of-the-day.

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12 Business Productivity Tools They Can Not Live Without.

Productive & Organized

Schedule = Success My favorite is: There is no tool more useful to me than an electronic calendar (Outlook, ACT, Thunderbird, Google, it doesn't matter what brand.) Productive & Organized Home Contribute to P&O! Archive Network with Steph Is This You?

2011 184

Answering Your Phone: Is it You or Memorex?

Make or Break Moments

The same is true with your company newsletter- turn the spotlight on different departments so customers can get an inside look at the people who help make your business happen.

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Automate Your Business! Top 5 Automation Tools

Office Organization Success

sending out your newsletter) but the danger with this is that you are running two different databases and at some point it will become cumbersome and may even start to become unmanageable. It works with both Outlook and Google calendars.

2013 144

Sell What the Customer Wants – Not What You Want to Sell

Make or Break Moments

Today I received the monthly newsletter from the local Sandler Sales franchise: The Ruby Group.

2010 130

Home Depot Puts Customers First? » Make or Break Moments

Make or Break Moments

Here’s a link to my monthly newsletter where I talk more about Putting Customers First.

2010 130

Virtual Assistant Training – VAClassroom Summer Skill Camp 2010.

Andrea Kalli

Effective Tactics for Creating a Winning Online Newsletter/ Ezine for You or Your Clients.

2010 141

Virtual Assistant Training – VAClassroom Summer Skill Camp 2010

Andrea Kalli

Effective Tactics for Creating a Winning Online Newsletter/ Ezine for You or Your Clients.

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Building on your skills

Loosely Speaking

Subscribe to AZ VA Connections , the AZVAs newsletter, by sending an email request to ktcosmos@LooseEnds.net.

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