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.
Apple first announced Business Chat at last June's WWDC, a new way for customers to communicate with companies. While Business Chat did not arrive with the initial release of iOS 11, Apple promised it would roll out in beta for version 11.3. Now that iOS 11.3 is officially here, companies can start offering customer service in a whole new way.
Part of the process to answer the topic question is to discover the answer to three other questions, which are: (1) Who am I? (2) Who do I want to help? (3) How do I want to help?
Business cards are a great way to keep tabs on the contacts we network with. So why shouldn't our smartphones make them even more useful? Enter Google Lens, which will help you save, search, and expand on the contact information found on all of the business cards you've collected.
Innovation Congress starts tomorrow, but its creator, Jason Keath, spoke to Next Reality today about the future of augmented reality.
I wonder if Best Buy has any Note 3's for sale?? When trying to figure out when something is in stock, we usually either check online or call the store to talk to someone. If certain products are out of stock the process might be tedious, with having to find phone numbers and calling several stores.
This video will show you how to stop Facebook comments in your post. This is useful to prevent spam comment or scam in a business page. Watch the video and Follow all the steps. Employ the technique in your Facebook account.
With the announcement of Google Glass Enterprise Edition last week, a literal behemoth entered the arena of companies serving augmented reality solutions to business customers. While Google Glass, with the backing of Alphabet, has the potential to be a disruptor, the field already has a number of players who have been in the game.
Perhaps in tribute to the season premiere of Game of Thrones, Google Glass is demonstrating that what is dead may never die, as Alphabet's X (formerly Googlex) has revealed that the Enterprise Edition of the smart glasses are now available to businesses.
In today's world of ordering food from your PC or hailing a cab with an app, it almost seems archaic when we have to actually use our vocal cords to contact a local business. It sure would be nice if we didn't have to use our smartphones as, well, you know...phones.
The Google Phone app is one of the best dialers for Android today, especially with all of the unique and exciting features it brings to the table. Unfortunately, without owning a Pixel phone, you are unable to officially download the app, making a modified version your only option. However, this version of Google Phone is missing a few key features, such as spam protection and business search.
Mobile augmented reality pioneer Blippar has now completed its fall from hopeful AR startup to the immersive computing history books.
After building its business on virtual reality, Jaunt is leaving the technology behind to focus on building tools for creating augmented reality content.
It's certain that the release of Apple's ARKit is going to be game changing for businesses. This demo video was created by YouTube user hdsenevi who used the ARKit to create a simple bar chart. The chart has adjustable settings, allowing the user to make each bar larger or smaller and change their colors. Not only that, but there is an "animate" option.
If you're on the hunt for a profitable side-gig, or even a completely new way to to make money, you'll want to take a look at Upwork, a leading freelancing platform that connects skilled freelancers with clients from all over the world.
News: Vuzix Launches Program Allowing Consumers to Order Blade AR Smartglasses Along with Business & Developer Customers
After Vuzix's scorching hot week at CES, the future of AR is so bright, we have to wear (smart) shades. Luckily, Vuzix is making it easier for consumers to grab a pair.
News: This Is How Big Business, Cities & Native American Tribes Are Leveraging the Power of AR via DAQRI Headsets
While the mainstream consumer market waits for cool augmented glasses to arrive from Magic Leap, or maybe even Snap Inc. (Spectacles 2.0??), AR headset maker DAQRI and its business customers are finding new, money-saving and time-saving use cases for the technology today.
Market Reality: Business Position Themselves in Augmented Reality Market with Hires and Joint Ventures
Augmented reality sells, but who's buying? Over the past week, two companies made executive hires to capitalize on the growth of augmented reality as a service to sell to other businesses. Meanwhile, two companies joined forces to offer augmented reality tools to headset makers and content providers.
When it comes to applying augmented reality to various business functions, as the saying goes, there's more than one way to skin a cat.
Following up on a preview of the deal we reported during last week's CES, Dell has officially announced the details around its role as the first company to resell the Meta 2 augmented reality headset.
A new survey shows that the majority of companies have an interest in using augmented reality, though adoption remains low. Meanwhile, two companies with support roles in the augmented reality industry are seeing positive financial results.
Market Reality: Magic Leap Gets New Cash & NBA Deal, AR Supplier's Apple Rumor, & HoloLens Gets into Rental Business
While the company is adamant that the Magic Leap One: Creator Edition will ship this year, currently, it seems its CEO is more interested in striking deals with content partners than releasing details about the headset.
Augmented reality can be used to fascinate and entertain, but it can be applied in the workplace. While companies on the entertainment end received their votes of confidence via funding, two companies working with enterprises demonstrated their worth by teaming up to pursue customers.
We continue to field stories underscoring the strong trends of Investment in augmented reality in various sectors. This week, one company strengthens their offerings to the enterprise sector, while two other companies capitalize on the promise presented by augmented reality to consumers – specifically, in gaming.
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...
In this tutorial, Brian from TruTricks shows us an example of what Facebook can do to promote your business! One of the best ways to do this is to do micro giveaways on your Facebook. You don't have to give away something big, just something small that gives people incentive to post on your page and become a fan of your business! You will be able to see what people are posting on the page as well as everyone that is entered in your contest. This giveaway has given all the fans reason to parti...
If you're looking to start a retirement plan for your employees, this how to from the IRS is a great, informative video. Everyone knows that keeping great employees is essential to staying competitive and growing in today's business world. Find out how to start a retirement plan to keep those great workers right there where they are.
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...
Sure, you've probably seen a million YouTube videos that feature the impressive schemes of 2,000-sided modular origami balls that seem to defy gravity as well as patience. But sometimes the simplist origami craft is the most striking.
This incredible video breaks down the basic business letter into easy steps, going over some of the most key points in creating an effective business letter: make it straight, and too the point, non-confusing, and easy to read.
This is a cool optical illusion that makes your business card appear to be blank on both sides but then you print color onto it with your hand. A magical way to hand out your business card.
Follow these instructions to apply mascara using a business card with no smudge. What you need:
Dad works and has worked hard his entire life to make sure you always got what you wanted, whether it was that My Little Pony collector's set you desired at age 7 or a poster of Robbert Pattinson to put above your bed when you were a little older.
Learn how avoid getting drunk and look like you are drinking while still staying sober. Avoid getting drunk at business meetings with a client who wants to booze it up. This is a great set of instructions from Burn Notice resident ex spy Michael Weston.
For this mini-show we show you how to make a floppy disk cable business card holder and a cassette tape wallet.
Tim and Kevin meet up/hang out & talk their talk. They discuss buying domain names, choosing business names, starting companies, and selling books by their color. These two entrepreneurs have lots to teach us about selling ideas and making profitable businesses.
This is a simple trick that can amaze, and only requires about a 1/2 hour of solid practice, more or less.
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.
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.