Category: Tips and Tricks

Create a Privacy Policy for your Website

Create a Privacy Policy for your Website

It is that time again to review our privacy policy, here are a few of our tips, and an example privacy policy. According to guest blogger Johnathan L. Ezor in a Bloomberg Business blog post stated that, “One of the biggest concerns among visitors to Web sites is how their personal information is going to […]

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Adding a Flickr Widget to a WordPress Blog

Adding a Flickr Widget to a WordPress Blog

Today I was working on a new blog over at PPTClasses.com and I wanted to highlight some content by using photos. I wanted to take advantage of the latest news that Flickr increased the size allocation for files, Flickr is Biggr. All I wanted to do was put some thumbnails in the footer of the […]

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Creating an infographic based on your resume

Visualize.me infographic Over on LinkedIn in one of my favorite groups Knowledge Management Experts, one of the members shared with the KM community an infographic creation tool called Vizualize.me. This is a slick personal marketing tool that allows professionals to visually show off ones skills and experience in a quick way. You may not be familiar with […]

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Unit Cycle dictates knowledge management posture

Where your unit is in the Army Forces Generation cycle dictates how it approaches knowledge management activities. For example, when you begin a cycle, usually at the conclusion of an operation or deployment, knowledge workers gather observations and best practices, archive and catalog good ideas and best practices, and finally improve processes that did not […]

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Adding your Company Profile to LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a great professional network of business people, and is one Social Media service that I laughingly call the Facebook of Professionals. As most are discovering LinkeIn is a great place to network and build or strengthen your business connections. But what some small businesses may not be aware of is the ability (and […]

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Optimize your site for Google search

Do you have a website or a presence on the web that you want to make sure is optimized for Google? Well, look no more, Google provides webmaster’s some basic guidelines on their Webmaster Support page, but Search Engine Optimization is a huge industry where a small business owner must tread lightly. According to the 2010 Encyclopedia […]

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Quickly deleting a cached Google link

We here at Topsarge are doing some repair work on a site that had what was believed to be a protected area that wasn’t, and sensitive data was crawled and reported by Google in search results. Getting the document offline is the simple part, but Google has a memory with its cache and quick view […]

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When your bad news goes viral

Last week I was leading a training session to an eclectic group on damage control in the social sphere where I was talking to the attendees about the importance of formulating a plan and getting management buy-in before troubles happen. If not, the risk of a knee-jerk response, especially by non-internet savvy types, or a […]

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Facebook Changes to affect Business Pages

Facebook is fast becoming the de-facto standard for internet marketing and as a customer relations platform for companies and brands. However, changes announced by Facebook in August 2010 will go in to affect this month and those changes will likely affect the current and future Fan pages that most businesses use.   A common technique […]

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