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After a few months of testing, Google+ pages are available. You can now create public pages for brands, products, local businesses and more by going to Create a Page. Although it looks like regular user profiles, but there are differences: Pages can’t add people to circles until the page is added first or mentioned. Pages can be made for a ...


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Using email group is one option but if you want to be able to Send As you might need a shared mailbox. I'm not completely sure but I don't think you can configure Send As from a group. If you are using Premier edition, you can create a shared mailbox and then give each user access to that account. They will be able to then open that mailbox from their ...


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You definitely cannot go past CoTweet! They compete directly with HootSuite. Features include: Multiple Accounts and Multiple Users Monitor Keywords and Trends On Duty Notifications Conversation Threading Click Tracking Tweet Scheduling Multi-Account Posting Message Archive CoTweet is used by some of the biggest brands, including Microsoft, McDonalds, ...


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No, unless the owner wants to do it there is no way that you could claim another username. just find another name, for example mybusinessofficial or anything else. It may be helpful to read the YouTube's username trademark policy. Problem is, they're probably not infringing your trademark, as you may know, just using a name doesn't infringe a trademark, ...


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HootSuite springs to mind, there are social management tools from SalesForce as well. Although personally I would use TweetDeck and if you want to keep it in-sync between machines, create a login with them.


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Paypal is likely to be perceived as an indicator that you have a very small business or aren't serious about your business, or else you'd have a real credit card merchant account. You should be aware that Paypal can behave arbitrarily with respect to freezing your funds, closing your account, refunding customers, and generally acting like they can do ...


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I was going to say Google Checkout but as of this writing it's only available in the US and UK. I looked around a bit more and found http://skipjack.com/ http://www.beanstream.com/public/index.asp Those appear to be valid as PayPal alternatives in Canada..?


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You could try PaperTofu which easily and quickly get you a printable flyer.


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Concerning the keywords I'd classify your use case as basically a work log, which for obvious reasons usually runs under the name of time tracking, plus some kind of reporting and/or billing respectively invoicing, and maybe a hint of project management, though the latter is usually aimed at more complex scenarios (a respective app might still cover your ...


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A while ago I was listening to a podcast, and this site came up: http://www.getabstract.com/. I believe it is exactly what you are after :) Tap into a world of expert knowledge: More than 5,000 summaries – 10 times more than others. Get to the main points of the book fast! Save countless hours. Instant access and multiple formats 24/7: PDF, Audio, ...


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There are a number of web applications which will validate an XML document against a particular schema. http://tools.decisionsoft.com/schemaValidate/ http://www.xmlvalidation.com/ http://www.xmlme.com/Validator.aspx http://www.xmlforasp.net/SchemaValidator.aspx I think it's a case of picking and using the tool which has the interface that you like the ...


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I would recommend using GrexIt (http://grexit.com) shared labels for this purpose. This exactly fits yours workflow as you've described. You share a Gmail label in your shop@example.com's account with other employees. Whenever a new email arrives in shop@example.com's account, it will automatically get shared and start showing up in other employees Gmail. ...


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Hat tip to Gajus Kuizinas who has clarified this for me. You may not utilize Facebook Payments to sell virtual currency or other stored-value item that can be used outside of the app where the transaction was completed. In short, no: Facebook Payments cannot be used for digital downloads.


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These are place labels and appear based on the prominence of the listing. It isn't something that can be controlled since prominence is part of the ranking algorithm for local. That said, part of the prominence factors for a given location include density. Maps only shows one place label per location, if at all. The most prominent listing is then ...


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You can add your place to Google maps by using Google's Map Maker tool. There is a step by step guide (with pictures) here that looks comprehensive.


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I think that playlists are your friend. You can create one playlist with business videos and another with private videos. If you want to present your business videos you can for example show them like this: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC286668637A5EEF5&feature=mh_lolz on youtube


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You can find in Flowchart Menu and in Texts and images Menu If still you unable to find these options, You can draw your specific image in paint and you can import the file to your draw.io with the library name File -> New Library Once you added your library you can able to use this image in your BPMN diagram. Hope this helps


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If you have a data field (Merge field) in your current list that can be used to identify the people who want to be in the beta you can just segment the list and send it to those people. Also you cant have duplication of emails as Mailchimp checks and updates the existing user. Hope this helps if not then I can explain some more once at work (and I can ...


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It could be for a number of reasons: There is a specific guidelines for this, check them and make sure everything is okay. Sometimes it can take more then 3 weeks, wait a little longer.. Every Google place must have a street address, so if you didn't mentioned it, this is the problem. Google My Business is the new dashboard where you manage your business ...


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Thanks to Omne I may have found a way to get the username back. The YouTube Username Policy states the following: Username Squatting In general, users are expected to be active members within the YouTube community. If an account is found to be overly inactive, the account may be reclaimed by YouTube without notice. Inactivity may be considered ...


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Someone (a flesh-and-blood person) needs to own the business/fan page. If you don't want to be that someone any more, then you need to find someone else who is going to take on the role. They need to "Like" the page. Then you use your current personal profile to edit the Page and make them an administrator. And lastly they use their personal profile to ...


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Got an answer from support at MailChimp. It looks like it has to be done manually as there is no way to segment on whether someone has been sent a campaign -- only if they have opened it. Here's the blurb from MailChimp... We checked out the segmenting options and it looks like there's an option for date added is after a certain campaign was sent, ...


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Businesses can't add friends because that's how Pages work. You can only import a list of emails so that people get notified of the page. Facebook should be showing you the option to do so on the Getting Started tab.


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I think you can use Google checkout for your site, they provide at a small fee on transactions. Hope this helps. visit https://checkout.google.com/seller/experience.html for more info


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You can make shop@example.com a group that is made up of any set of other email addresses. I have this setup in exactly this way for my contact email address. Google documentation


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The most dependable place I've used is StubHub. It's owned by eBay, and they insure your purchase to make sure the tickets come in time, and if the seller does not follow through, your money is returned to you. The only downside is they charge a 10% fee on top of the listed ticket price when you purchase, so if the tickets are expensive, it could end up ...


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You might try something like MailChimp or MadMimi In both cases they are for email campaigns, however they have WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) tools that make it fairly easy for users to create mailers. You could then Save out or take a screen capture of the resulting mailer. I believe they may have export options as well.


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Doesn't Vista Print offer services like this?



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