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How To: Make DIY professional business cards

Business cards are one of the most effective ways of networking with professionals, and making good ones without breaking the bank is hard to figure. This video will show you how to make your own professional looking business cards at home and use them to improve your career.

How To: Organize social networking profiles with free software

Gigafide explains that with so many different social networking sites, it is hard to keep information up to date on all of them. He first introduces TweetDeck, an amazing desktop application that allows a user to update information for their Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and LinkedIn accounts. If you don't want to go through the hassle of installing TweetDeck on your computer, there is HootSuite, a web application that allows you to do this and if you're interested in keeping track of much more...

How To: Begin using Twitter

Brian explains us how to use Twitter, one of the best social media networks out there. One thing to notice is that Twitter allows you to send text messages up to 140 characters. In the right corner you can see you account name and your avatar which can be changed from the settings menu. Twitter allows you to follow people and be followed by people. Basically when you follow people you will be able to see messages they post and when people follow you, they will see what you post. Twitter is a ...

How To: Sign up and set up a Twitter account

In this tutorial, we learn how to sign up and set up a Twitter account. Twitter is a social networking site where you have 140 characters to tell your friends how you are feeling, what you are doing, or talk to them! You can follow people and other people can follow you. You can choose who follows you, which will create and strengthen online relationships. You can even get business referrals from this! Just by getting yourself out there, this is a great tool. To sign up, you will simply go to...

How To: Work with offline files and folders in Windows Vista

Never again will being out of the office mean you are out of luck when it comes to working with your files. Thanks to the Offline Files and Folders feature in Windows Vista Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions, you'll have access to documents, even when you aren't connected to the network. For more on how to work with offline files and folders in Microsoft Windows Vista, watch this video tutorial.

How To: Upload video to Facebook to promote a realty business

Facebook is an awesome free online resource that is connected to billions of people around the world. These days, you won't meet many people who do not have a Facebook account. As a real estate agent, you can take advantage of social networking to promote your business and share your listings. By posting on Facebook and creating a page for your business, you gain free advertising to thousands of local buyers. Check out this tutorial and learn how to start uploading videos to Facebook to promo...

How To: Define a business model and use it to improve business

Having cohesive vision for your business and sticking to it is one of the most important parts of growing a successful business. This video features small business owners describing how they were able to develop their businesses by having the vision to focus on profitable aspects of said businesses. This has allowed each of them to flourish as entrepreneurs.

How To: Start a business

In a bad economy, starting your own business is hard, even if you know everything about a business plan. And lots of people have ideas to start a business, but starting a successful business takes more than a good idea, it takes planning.

How To: Write your own business plan

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to write their own business plan. This video provides several options for viewers to decide from to write a business plan. Users may choose to purchase a business plan software for $50-$65, take a business plan course for $75-$500 or hire a consultant for $1000,-$5000. Business course plans are usually located at college campuses. It is not recommended to hire a consultant as it is very expensive and you will ne the one giving the consultant the infor...

How To: Start your own business

There's nothing better than being your own boss some say. If you are ready for the risks and the work, take your passion to the next level and start your own business. Learn how to start your own business with help from this video.

How To: Use business card examples in Microsoft Word: Mac 2008

Need to make a homemade business card for you new company. Maybe you're about to take freelancing to the next level, a more professional level. Well, Word 2008 for Mac allows you to make your very own, personal business cards, and they give you tons of pre-formatted templates to choose from. You just have to supply the ink and paper. The Microsoft Office for Mac team shows you just how to find and use business card templates in this how-to video.

How To: Write an executive summary

An executive summary is one of the most important parts of your business career, because it's the first thing investors will look at. Placed at the beginning of a business plan, the executive summary is the hook that lures investors into wanting to learn more about your business. See how to write one in the best way possible.

How To: Landscape the entrance area to a business

When customers come to your place of business, you want them to feel welcome and comfortable. In this video tutorial, Dave of Growing Wisdom discusses design principles to keep in mind when you're redoing the entryway to your business. For more and better information, and to get started redoing the entrance to your own business establishment, watch this landscaper's guide.

How To: Solve rate-of-change business math problems in Excel

As you might guess, one of the domains in which Microsoft Excel really excels is business math. Brush up on the stuff for your next or current job with this how-to. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, YouTube's ExcelIsFun, the 30th installment in his "Excel Business Math" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to solve business math word problems that involve rate of change (increase or decrease).

How To: Perform the dime in a bottle bar trick

Bar tricks, gotta love em. This is an easy trick that's hard for someone to win unless they know the secret. Place a small coin on a business card and the business card on a bottle. Now remove the business so that the coin falls into the bottle. business card trick. Unless you know this business card trick it is very hard to figure out. Make a bet and you can win with this business card trick.

How To: Dress business casual for men

Business casual is a popular style for men in modern business environments, but it's very difficult to pin down. How casual can I go? How businessy is too businessy? Watch this video to learn how business casual works and how you can rock it yourself.

How To: Understand financial statements to improve business

Do you own a small business, but find yourself unable to understand the intricacies of your financial statements? You are not alone. This video features a small business coach explaining some of the intricacies of financial statements. The tips provided here should help you better understand your financial statements and use the information gleaned therein to improve the profitability of your business.

How To: Provide great customer service to your customers

In a bad economic environment, providing a great customer service experience is even more important than normal. Word of that great experience will spread via Twitter and Youtube, helping your business attract buzz without requiring it to spend cash on marketing. This video features a business technology expert explaining how to create a "wow" experience for your customers and use the ability to do so to improve your business.

How To: Solve rate/percent increase/decrease problems in Excel

As you might guess, one of the domains in which Microsoft Excel really excels is business math. Brush up on the stuff for your next or current job with this how-to. In this tutorial from everyone's favorite digital spreadsheet guru, YouTube's ExcelIsFun, the 32nd installment in his "Excel Business Math" series of free video lessons, you'll learn how to solve increase and decrease (Rate and Percentage) applied business math word problems.

How To: Make a small business card-sized box

Sometimes you find ideas from the most unlikely objects. This video gives proof. Here are easy instructions for making a small box to hold business cards, ATC's (artist trading cards), gift cards, etc. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to make a small business card-sized box out of an old Orbit gum package.

How To: Approach innovation practically at work

Innovation is a lightning bolt that every company would like to bottle. Doing so in a corporate environment is nearly impossible. This video features a business expert outlining some tips for managing innovation and innovative ideas in your business, nurturing those ideas into profitable new services or products that your business can offer. It includes defining roles for different people involved in the innovation process and what steps to take in the innovation process.

How To: Create animated business cards in Flash CS4

See how to build and animate a business card in Flash. The idea is that, when the user clicks the business card, it flips over and diplays information on the back and, when it is clicked again, it flips back over and displays the front again. This clip covers how to use the Motion Editor to tween using the 3D rotation tools in Flash CS4 as well as scripting the button to react to a click only when in a certain position. See how to create a simple nav bar when working in Adobe Flash CS4. Wheth...

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