Your Email Habits Are Costing Your Company Money

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You have over 100 unread emails in your inbox, don’t you? It’s OK, you probably think you are the only person drowning in email. See the guy in the next cubicle, yeah, the stinky one. He’s got over 200 unread emails. He doesn’t have a clue either. Company culture is all the buzz right now. […]

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Top 5 Podcasts for Small Business Owners

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Let me tell you how my brain works (as if you wanted to know). The majority of my day is spent running from task to task, meeting to meeting, meal to meal. I am constantly making decisions and by the time I return home to my lovely family a part of me wants to slip […]

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A Lesson on Meeting Small Business Owners in Utah

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At FiddlerStudios we always encourage our clients to have a place in the world of social media. In the last few years Google+ is no doubt becoming more and more important to a small business. Google sort of owns the internet, so if you want to have a healthy presence online you better be playing […]

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Guest Post: Become a Marketing Ninja with Contact Forms

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It seems every website has a contact form but most small business owners don’t give it a second thought. I was recently contacted by a representative from SingleHop that shared with me an interesting infographic about contact forms on websites and how to make them more effective. Below you will find further information about how this […]

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Online Training: 5 Apps for Higher Efficiency

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“There’s an app for that!” How many times have you heard that before? Thousands of apps are being released daily and you, as a business owner, just don’t have time to figure where they fit in your life. Running a small business requires you stay on top of your schedule and squeeze each hour’s worth […]

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An Architecturally Sound Site

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It’s not often you get to design for a designer. Chris Layton & Associates is an architectural firm based in Salt Lake City, UT. They provide full service Architectural and Interior Design, Master Planning and Site Utilization Studies, Program analysis and Space Planning for Commercial Office, Resort and Retail, Industrial and Warehouse, Institutional and Educational, […]

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Let’s Give a Warm Reception to Aspen Landing!

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I’m a sucker for a good love story. The guy gets brave and asks the girl out on a date, the girl falls for the slightly dorky but attractive guy, they get married and live happily ever after. Romantic, no? Well, here’s another story of a match made in heaven. In a serendipitous moment, Aspen Landing […]

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Mobile Websites Will Change Your Life! …Especially for BNI.ca

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You might see a lot of commercials for mobile websites. Many web development companies have been touting such for years now. Oh… I’m sorry, you don’t know what a mobile website is? Let me explain…. (have you been living in a cave?) A few years ago many small businesses were creating a website for desktop […]

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Hello, Spud Pickles.

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Despite what my mother-in-law thinks, Spudpickles.com is a real client. Trust me, we don’t have time to make up creative fake websites. Working as a top-level app developer, Spud Pickles is best known for it’s Ghost Radar app. So if that haunted maze on Halloween night is still giving you the heebie-jeebies, you can download […]

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Finding Harmony with the Choral Society of Durham Website

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When the Durham Choral Society wanted a website update, it was music to our ears. Founded in 1949, the society is comprised of local musicians with an interest in high quality performance. The group has performed the greatest pieces in choral literature, from the classics of Bach and Haydn, to more contemporary works by James […]

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