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Understanding B2B Buyer Behavior

B2B buyer activity and research peaks at different times of the year, week, and day. Software Advice conducted a study gathering data from six million unique visitors to their site. Their goal was to discover when B2B buyers perform research on the web, when they convert on a website, and when you can get them…

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Outlook: Syncing your email on more than one computer

Reposted and Edited on 2/20/2012. As there are several ways to get your email, I am often asked by my customers about getting their email downloaded to their desktop, laptop, and even a mobile device. POP3: The problem with POP3 sharing is that you are essentially downloading the same email 2 or 3 times; and…

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Can’t send SMTP Email?

If you are having problems sending email using your own mailserver, make sure that your ISP has not blocked your domain’s IP or SMTP port 25. Recently, Comcast has done just that. I’ve had a flurry of issues and have had to make changes to my client’s outgoing settings in their Outlook. There are various…

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Add Email to Outlook

Add or remove an e-mail account In Outlook, select Tools / Account Settings. On the Email tab, click the New button. Check the “Manually configure server settings or additional server types” checkbox. Click the Next button. Click the Internet E-mail button. Click the Next button. In the appropriate boxes, type the information given to you…

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Computer Tip: Copying your error message

When you get an error message, sometimes it may be too long to copy on paper to send to your tech support. A solution would be to press to copy the message the to past the error alert into your email message. If the picture is too big, press (Ctl) (Print Screen) at the same…

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Don’t use AOL for business e-mail

I know it can be a great tool for novice users, but AOL should not be used for your business e-mail for the following reasons: if you have an e-commerce website, you could be missing out on customer orders. The last round of spam related limits placed by AOL has disallowed many emails with generic…

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Managing Your E-mail

Are you getting deluged with the constant questions? Mostly questions that you routinely have asked in prior emails to other customers? There are several options that you could use. (1) Incorporate a Frequently Asked Questions section in your websites. (2) Hire more first-level employees to handle customer questions and inquiries. (3) My favorite, since I…

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