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Google Tools for your Small Business – Part 1

by Sarah Santacroce

This is the first out of two posts about some great Google Tools you can (and should) use for your small business. They are totally free of charge, but not everybody knows about them…Continue reading

How to stay productive while working from home

Working from home is a great opportunity, especially if you have young children. However, it isn’t as always easy as it sounds and presents some major challenges. Being your own boss has a long list of pluses, but it takes some great organizational skills and motivation to stay productive. If you follow these few tips bellow, you should be heading towards success with your business:Continue reading

How Can A Virtual Assistant Help You

Are you or your small business overloaded with administrative tasks?
Does the term “Social Media” give you nightmares?
Is your to do list never ending?
If your answer to the above questions was “yes”, then you should check out this great slide show that demonstrates how a Virtual Assistant can help you. It has been put together by my friend, Sophie Guiziou, who runs her own Virtual Assistance business in Paris, France. Visit her website at: www.optimoffice.frContinue reading

Learn German on Twitter – word by word

Did you ever think about learning a new language ? Why not German ?
You might have German ancestors, taken some classes in high school, have German business contacts or just simple have an interest in that language.Continue reading

What’s the difference between a Virtual Assistant & an Employee ?

Are you or your small business overloaded with administrative tasks?
Is your paperwork taking up precious time?
Is your to do list never ending?
Do you need somebody to streamline your systems to make them more efficient?Continue reading

Firefox Password Manager

After a bit of research since my last post, I’ve now decided to give Firefox’s password tool a try.
Basically it creates a Master Password, behind which all the other passwords and user names are stored. If you would like to see if this is something for you, and you are already using Firefox as your default browser, here is what you have to do:Continue reading

Multilingual Websites with Office Live Small Business

When living in America, the choice of language for your website is pretty easy. English and English. Or, for those who know some Spanish, they might add a Spanish version. But I don’t see that too often either. For Europeans, it gets a bit more complicated ! Continue reading

Happy 2010

A new year has begun. For me and my business an important one. On a personal level the biggest change is probably our move back to Europe sometime in summer 2010. It won’t be easy, not for us adults, but also for our kids who have to learn yet an other language.
On a professional level, I want to officially launch Simplicity Admin Solutions in the 2nd half of 2010. And there is still so much preparation to be done. Since I want to work globally, my website has to be translated to German and French. Only this way can I offer a truly international service. Does anybody have experience with multilingual websites ? I would appreciate your comments below.
And my new year’s resolution is to write at least 1 blog entry every two weeks. Let’s see if I can keep it up.

A very happy, healthy and successful new year to all of you !

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