I won’t spend much time commenting on how I haven’t posted anything since last October. Let’s just all agree that it’s embarrassing and move on, shall we? Instead, I’ll just jump in and give the people (maybe a handful out there!) what they want, which is an update on the renovation at my library obviously. The … Continue reading Renovation Update
I just finished presenting the latest Business Bytes program at mpow, during which something really encouraging happened. Towards the end of my presentation, I asked people if they were finding the presentation helpful (introducing the concept of video marketing and YouTube). They were mostly nodding their heads yes, but when I asked a followup question … Continue reading What Do Small Businesses Need?
As I mentioned in an earlier post, I’m working on a new series of classes called “Business Bytes.” The basic idea is to help local business owners learn more about ways to use technology and the internet. Tonight, I taught the very first one in the series, providing an introduction to Google Places and the … Continue reading Business Bytes, It’s Personal
One of the new initiatives I’m working on lately is a series of workshops for local businesses focusing on how to use technology and social media. We’re calling it “Business Bytes” and the first few workshops will teach business owners how to claim their business on Google, set up a Facebook page for their business, … Continue reading Business Bytes