We all need to be aware that there are business risks we need to be responsive to. Restoring a website isn’t particularly a daily task, but in case a website breaks, it is invaluable when you know how to get it back running in easy steps.
Trello’s Power-Up feature isn’t well known, yet. But it does have some potential to ease your workload if you know how to use it right. In this post I am having a closer look at some of the Power-Ups, and I show you a few ways how they could work for the projects you store or maintain in Trello.
A Trello Power-Up is like an add-on inside Trello, that connects to another web application and helps you to save time by enhancing your workflow. In this article I am introducing the internal and 3rd-party Power-Ups that Trello offers to all its users now.
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As a coach or therapist you would love a system where your clients can go and schedule appointments, and that tracks your hours and creates invoices on its own. – But how do you set up such a system and what is there to be considered?
When your computer’s hard drive runs out of space, you are forced to ponder your options. Moving your data into the cloud is one option? But is it a good one?
When you run an online business you want to place one (or more) subscription form(s) on your homepage to get (and stay) in touch with your prospects and clients. With a website on Weebly you need a little workaround to add such a form. Find out how to that in this tutorial.
I bet you have come across some blog posts whose titles made you click immediately. Now as you are sitting there and pondering about your next headline, you wish you could come up with something similarly intriguing. – Let me help you in this article to find some new ways how to achieve exactly that.
Learn the basics of website builders and how they compare. Find out whether they might be the right platform for your business website. I am also answering the question what they can do for your business – and what they cannot do.
You aren’t much of a techie. But you are quite clear on what you want to do … but don’t have much of a clue on how to get started?
This article doesn’t deal so much with the technical intricacies when you want to start and don’t know how, it rather reveals some of the (side-) steps you have to take before you actually can start running.