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Newsletter Archive: 2005
Managers, Want A Killer Edge?

Business, non-profit, government agency and association managers with public relations reporting to them are likely to miss achieving a killer edge when they focus strictly on communications tactics like press releases, special events, broadcast plugs or brochures. On the other hand...

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/1229.html

12.29.05
Pumped For Pay Per Call: Ingenuity At Ingenio

I had an interesting conversation with Marc Barach, Chief Marketing Officer of San Francisco based Ingenio. Ingenio's business is pay per call: a subject I'd heard of, but not something I had any kind of real understanding of. I know a little more about it now though and it's actually quite slick.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/1208.html

12.08.05
What's Your Company's Email Policy?

Does your company have an email policy? Did you even know there was such a thing? Well, there is, and if your company doesn't have one you are not only risking the professional image of your firm, but also risking potential liability issues that may arise from the misuse of your company email system.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/1115.html

11.15.05
Guarantee A Successful Video Or Web Conference

A successful video or web conference can really give a boost to your organization. Online conferencing is now connecting people in a way that was not possible in the pre-Internet era.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/1110_2.html

11.10.05
The First True Alternative to Adobe Acrobat

Forget Adobe Reader and only being able to read PDF documents - Nitro PDF Professional gives you full PDF creation and editing functionality for only $99.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/1110.html

11.10.05
Mailing Made Easy by Pitney Bowes

Office postage just got easier! Free up more of your time. Delegate your mailing needs to the sleek new mailstation™ digital postage meter. Take advantage of an introductory 90 day free trial and $50 in free postage coupons, redeemable after your trial period. Imagine - no more trips to the post office. Just think of the time you will save.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/1031.html

10.31.05
Web And Video Conferencing: Who’s Using This New Technology?

In the mid 1990s a few individuals and companies, seeing the potential of the relatively unknown Internet, took advantage of this new medium and got a head start on everyone else.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/1019.html

10.19.05
StarOffice 8 Ready For Massachusetts Customers

The forthcoming release of version 8 will compete with Microsoft by being more compatible with Office formats while supporting the OpenDocument format.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0926.html

09.26.05
SimplyFired Loser Wins A Cruise
The conspiratorially-named Jim Garrison won SimplyHired's best firing story contest, losing his job over cold pizza. Computer engineering and pizza go together. It's unnatural to suggest a hungry programmer ignore some unloved and unwanted leftover pizza.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0915.html
09.15.05
Ebay Calls Skype, Ready To Buy

Once the focus of a $3 billion News Corp offer, Skype may be picked up by eBay for a similar amount. They said no to Rupert Murdoch. They could be ready to say yes to Meg Whitman. Skype, a provider of VoIP software and services, has been in talks with eBay regarding a potential buyout, the Wall Street Journal said.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0908.html

09.08.05
SimplyFired Loser Wins A Cruise
The conspiratorially-named Jim Garrison won SimplyHired's best firing story contest, losing his job over cold pizza. Computer engineering and pizza go together. It's unnatural to suggest a hungry programmer ignore some unloved and unwanted leftover pizza.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0906.html
09.06.05
Blinkx Bubbles Over, Doubles Partner List

The boys and girls and blinkx said they've added a few new friends to their list, doubling the number of content partners and in the process, adding quite a bit of video content to their already large database.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0831.html

08.31.05
Truth Or Lies? Google Isn't Saying
CNN discussed the real buzz at the Google Dance party held during SES 2005, and learned the truth is out there. In an online article, the news network ran a story about the real action at the Google Dance party. It had nothing to do with beer kegs or one more horrifying karaoke rendition of "Margaritaville

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0822.html
08.22.05
How Do You Protect Your Business From The Loss Of A Key Employee?

Key people are vital to your business. The loss of one or more of your key employees can cause disastrous problems. Sales may be lost. Credit can become more difficult to obtain. Profits may shrink, momentum may be lost, and training a replacement will cost you time and money.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0818.html

08.18.05
Spam Blogs Obscure Real Blogosphere
The total blogosphere has been doubling in size every five months or so for the past couple of years. That's 80,000 new blogs set up everyday. IceRocket's Mark Cuban questions in his blog, though, about how many of these blogs are legit and how to index them.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0817.html
08.17.05
Yahoo! Health Taps Celeb Brain Power For Charity

You've been itching to know what Tom Green has to say about health issues, haven't you? Me neither, but Green is just one among several D-list celebrities who've been tapped to participate in Yahoo!'s latest health blog initiative.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0815.html

08.15.05
An Interview With Wendell Davis Of Meetro. What's Up With Meetro?
Randy: Meetro's cool. I downloaded it and tried it out myself, but most of my readers have never heard of Meetro. Can you summarize what Meetro is for my readers?

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0812.html
08.12.05
Google Insider Cutts Into Blogging

One of Google's software engineers, Matt Cutts, has a blog up and running. The latest post has a great personal reply to someone questioning him on why their site wasn't showing up on the engine. Cutts gives a lengthy reply as to why that was, and it didn't look good for the site operator.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0811.html

08.11.05
Fully Featured, Quick and Sophisticated PHP Editor
Fully featured, quick and sophisticated Rapid PHP editor is fully featured, quick and sophisticated PHP editor that extends far beyond the essentials of regular PHP editing environments. Convenient features enable you to instantly create, edit and test not only PHP, but also HTML, XHTML, CSS...

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0520.html
05.20.05
Growing Your Business With Your Marketing Priorities

None of us have enough time in the day to get everything done, but small business owners and entrepreneurs like you are particularly pressed. You wear so many hats; there is a seemingly infinite list of tasks to accomplish each day, from providing services to clients, managing product distribution and delivery, to keeping accounting in order.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0414.html

04.14.05
Out Recruit The Competition
We hear from our clients that they "hope the candidate takes the job." Hiring a candidate shouldn't be a guessing game. After you interview a candidate thoroughly, and spend a great deal of time and money getting them through the process, you should not have to worry about "landing them."

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0331.html
03.31.05
Try a FREE 30-day version of WordPerfect Office 12
Offering word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and address book applications, WordPerfect Office 12 is an excellent “other Office” alternative to higher priced office productivity suites. Compatible with popular file formats such as Microsoft® Office, PDF, HTML and XML, it helps streamline your workflow. Versatile and easy to use, it’s an office suite that translates into great value!

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0329.html
03.29.05
PR Tips For Your Business: Should We Issue A Press Release?
Question: Why should your business issue a press release? Answer: because you have something to say, you want to say it in public and a press release encourages the press to say it for you. And because you want to show your business in a favourable light from the outset and begin the longer-term process of building awareness and understanding of your product or service.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0324.html
03.24.05
Winning At Business With Your Marketing Game Plan
Stuart from Colorado had talked to a number of marketing firms and gotten estimates for designing and printing his marketing materials and building a web site for his business producing promotional cds.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0317.html
03.17.05
Make More Money With Marketing Metrics
Do you know how effective each of your individual marketing tactics is? Many small business owners market in a vacuum. They spend money on brochures, advertisements and web sites with no real way to tie specific results to specific endeavors.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0315.html
03.15.05
Effective List Management Can Save You Big
So far you have been following my advice and mailing to the same list more than once. At some point you find lists that will produce returns continually, but you notice that you are receiving more returns than when you started mailing to those lists.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0310.html
03.10.05
Save over $170 with the WordPerfect Small Business Bundle
Offering word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and address book applications, WordPerfect Office 12 is an excellent “other Office” alternative to higher priced office productivity suites. Compatible with popular file formats such as Microsoft® Office, PDF, HTML and XML, it helps streamline your workflow.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0309.html
03.09.05
Powerful Web Content Management System
Xitex WebContent M1 the powerful web content management system allowing you to manage your entire web site online any time required. Xitex WebContent M1 makes it much easier to add pages, change and update your web site content online.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0225.html
02.25.05
Understanding Work Teams
In the last fifteen years, organizational structure has undergone a shift from the individual climb up the corporate ladder to an increasing emphasis on work teams and groups.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0224.html
02.24.05
Email Etiquette...
When dealing with people/businesses on the Internet, it will benefit you to remember the following tips. They are all based on my own experiences but I am sure they apply to every online business:

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0127.html
01.27.05
All Businesses Should Consider Outsourcing
Businesses of all kinds can and do benefit from the tool of outsourcing every day. Businesses large and small have been outsourcing every day projects for many years.

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0120.html
01.20.05
How To Build A Business Ethics Program
Recent corporate financial scandals have highlighted the importance of business ethics and legal compliance. Yet a recent National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD) survey of 280 corporate CEOs and directors found that "only one of three directors felt that they were highly effective in ensuring legal compliance".

http://www.insideoffice.com/2005/0107.html
01.07.05
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