As a freelancer or business owner, you want an easy way to keep track of your business expenses for the year. For this reason, Gmail labels makes a lot of sense, you just put all of your receipts in a Gmail label.
The problem is that when it’s time to print these emails out, you have to open EACH email and print each one seperately. Not anymore, thanks to Gmail Print All For Chrome:
“Gmail Print All for Chrome is here to help you quickly export messages right to a Google Doc that you can print, save as a pdf, share with others, or store in a way that works for you. Built to be simple to use, all you do is add messages to a gmail label and run Print All from your Chrome Apps screen. This will create a Document in Google Drive containing the content from your messages.
Each conversation thread gets a page of its own with the subject at the top, the number of messages in the thread and messages organized by the date.“
3D printing is going to open the door for a growing number of very lucrative business opportunities in the coming years. It’s truly mind boggling to think about how it could drastically change the current global supply chain.
Now is the perfect time to figure out how you’re going to profit from the 3D printing revolution!
“A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.” -Wayne Getzky
“If you add dots (.) between the letters of your Gmail username, sending an message to the new username will get forwarded to your original email (which is without or with only 1 dot.)
It doesn’t matter how many dots you’ll add between your username, all of the emails sent will go to your original email. Gmail provides another great explanation:
Gmail doesn’t recognize dots as characters within usernames, you can add or remove the dots from a Gmail address without changing the actual destination address; they’ll all go to your inbox, and only yours. In short:
“The small business world just doesn’t get the love that it deserves. Salesforce.com and the other giants sell to big enterprise customers that need a far different set of tools than their small-business counterparts. The gap is creating an opportunity for companies like Reamaze, which takes an approach that combines CRM with customer support.
Co-Founder Lu Wang says the touch has to be a bit different with small businesses. Small businesses do not talk about CRM but rather about how to keep customers happy, how to get new ones and how to keep that business flowing in the 24-hour, seven-day-a-week Internet world that we live in. He said they designed the service for people who have no clue what an ‘instance’ is or ‘virtualization’ means or whatever developer/enterprise lingo it may be…” [Continue Reading]
Before jumping in to buy that blog, I undertook some due diligence research on both the owner and the blog itself. Doing your homework before you purchase may help you to avoid disappointment down the track.
So before I made an offer on the blog, I researched a few things:
the owner of the blog
the site’s traffic stats
the blog’s monetization history.
Knowing more about the seller
Knowing more about the seller is really important task before you make an offer, or can even calculate how much the blog is worth. It’s especially important if you are…” [Continue Reading]
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