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Have you noticed those odd black, square-shaped symbols popping up all over the place lately? They’re called QR codes, and they’re an extremely sophisticated version of the common grocery store barcode. Originally created in Japan to help keep track of car parts, the QR code is quickly becoming a universally recognized interactive marketing strategy

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New ICANN Rules May Change the Face of the Web

Big Internet news this week: ICANN, the group that manages the allocation of domain names and IP addresses, announced it would allow virtually any word to become a top-level domain (TLD).

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Viva le Video Revolucion!

Web video is a medium that is quickly becoming more and more popular for business. Many businesses, however, do not take advantage of web video, despite its ease and convenience. Keep reading for some great ideas on using web video for your business.

Being successful in business is due in large part to your mindset.

Professional skill and connections can take you far, but if you do not have a personable demeanor, you might find success to be out of reach.

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The Wave of the Future?

The tablet industry has seen an impressive amount of growth after Apple introduced their signature iPad in 2010. Subsequently, the tablet market has diversified with assorted iPad alternatives offered by competitors such as Android, Microsoft and also Motorola. However, tablet computers may not be right for everyone. Despite its recent popularity, who’s to say that the iPad won’t go the way of the 8-track? Of course, the choice of whether or not a tablet is right for you is one that should be educated. Before you decide to purchase one of these expensive machines, or even if you are already an owner, think about these pros and cons.

A Few Small Changes Can Improve Your Bottom Line

If you’re like most businesses, you’re looking for ways to increase your market share, improve your cash flow, and lower your expenses. Many of us are dealing with tighter margins and clients who aren’t paying as fast as they used to. It’s a sign of the economic times.

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The Windows 7 calculator brings new, super functionality.

No doubt you have used the nifty little calculator application in Windows: 

Social Media Wednesday: Tools for Brand Monitoring

The rise of social media has brought on a new dilemma for businesses: monitoring your brand name. Customers can quickly and easily say positive or negative things about your business for all to see. If you’re not careful it can cost you a sale, turn off a potential business partnership, or derail your business. We’ll look at three tools you can use to monitor your company’s online brand:


Taking a Screen Shot

No doubt you’ve worked with technical support staff when you’ve had an error on your computer system. Often, error messages can contain a large amount of data and it’s not the easiest thing to relay over the phone.

A few extra minutes doing things smart can avoid days of headaches

This is one question that a lot of people ask and it is one thing that you can test and change to help improve your search engine rankings. Today we’ll look at some the top recommendations for setting up your pages for keyword-targeting. Of course, there is no “perfect formula” but this should get you a pretty good start.

My computer is low on disk space. What is the easiest thing I can do to fix this on my own?

With the growing size of games, multimedia, and documents, many users find themselves frequently low on disk space on their computers. This is particularly true of laptops, which generally have smaller hard drives. What is the easiest, safest, and fastest way to free up disk space on your workstation?

Surge Protectors vs UPS

Many people wonder what the difference is between a surge protector and an uninterruptable power supply (UPS). They’re often unsure of what to purchase for their computers.

Maximizing Your Email Signature

If you have a job then there is a good chance that email is a vital part of your daily life and will be for a long time, despite what Facebook's COO has to say about it.  You're probably sending dozens, maybe even hundreds, of emails each and every day.  But are you using each and every email as a marketing tool?  If not, you should be.

SEO Building Blocks

We're starting a blog series next week that will last the next couple of weeks:  The Building Blocks of SEO.  In this series we'll look at everything from the basics of SEO to how to edit your webpage for the best search engine rankings to more advanced steps like managing your pay-per-click campaign.

How Secure is Your Password?

Securing your online identity is more important now than ever.  Are your email accounts, credit card logins, and and social media accounts secure enough to get past a would-be hacker?

How Secure is Your Password?

Securing your online identity is more important now than ever.  Are your email accounts, credit card logins, and and social media accounts secure enough to get past a would-be hacker?

How to Get Business Handed to You on LinkedIn - Part II

On Thursday we discussed the first five tips on using LinkedIn for business.  Today we look at 7 additional tips to getting business handed to you on LinkedIn.

How to Get Business Handed to You on LinkedIn

LinkedIn… so under appreciated. It’s like the squirrely little brother to the high school sports star. You know the kid – not very athletic, stays home on the weekends, and wears the pocket protector and glasses just like he always has… and like you’d expect him to.

Great Businesses do Business with Amnet

Amnet sends its congratulations to Combat Training Solutions, Summit Technical Solutions, and Bristol Brewery for each winning prestigious small business awards.

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Amnet launches the Extreme Tech Makeover | Enter to win over $25,000 in technology hardware, software, and services

Amnet has happy to announce the launch of the Extreme Tech Makeover for businesses in Colorado Springs and El Paso County.

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