Now, what led to Gmail’s growth? Google has a lot of online products which a lot of people use. Earlier you could sign up for a Google account using any e-mail id but now you need a Gmail ID to use any of those Google’s services that requires a registration. Also, Gmail is a spammer’s paradise. I myself get tons of spam mails and most of them comes from Gmail accounts. So, that may also have contributed to Gmail’s sudden surge in growth. … [Read more...] about 13 Hotmail (Now Outlook) Tips & Tricks You Probably Don’t Know
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The first step towards building a good online reputation is that you should always provide correct, relevant and real information about yourself, your business or any kind of product that you want to promote. There is nothing worse than telling lies or bragging about yourself online when you know that internet is filled of experts, and even more of people who know you , your product or your business personally or professionally. If the catch you wrong footed there is a lot of damage control and explaining you will have to do. So it is always better to adopt what the wise one’s have said – honesty is the best policy. … [Read more...] about Online Reputation Management: Evaluating, Protecting & Outsourcing
Yahoo! Mail: Pros and Cons Oh wait, I don’t love Yahoo! Mail. I use my @yahoo.com only to receive spams or to sign up on a website that appears to be spammy. But still, if there is one feature that I like about Yahoo! Mail, it’s the Disposable Addresses (but available for Yahoo! Mail Plus users only). It’s different from “Plus addressing” of Gmail or Outlook.com. Instead of adding a “+tag” after our username Yahoo! allows us to create another base name (call it an alias) and then we can add up to 500 unique tags separated by a “hyphen“. For example, [email protected]; [email protected] instead of [email protected] or [email protected] in case of Outlook.com or Gmail. … [Read more...] about Gmail vs. Hotmail vs. Yahoo! Mail: An Ultimate Comparison
10. Improve Folders I love the concept of Labels in Gmail. I’m Okay with Outlook.com’s Folders & Categories but it’s really absurd as it’s possible to move messages from Sent folder to Inbox (or another folder). I’d expect all my Sent messages in the Sent folder itself no matter what. … [Read more...] about My 18 Suggestions To Outlook.com: Microsoft, Are You Listening?
Include a clear call to action in your videos. A good sales pitch without a clear call to action or asking the users what actions they should take is like throwing away the opportunity. This is very important if you are going for a business promotion, selling a service or product via YouTube. Here are basic tips on call to action: Make it stand out and easy to remember. Tell them clearly what to expect and what all data you'll be needing to provide the service. Be very sure on informing the user on how you'll be using the data. Fulfill user's expectations on the landing page and don't drastically change the response to call to action. Create a series of videos under the same general topic, or how-to videos with different aspects. Customize YouTube for your business and create a loyal audience that comes to you for your expertise. Establish your company as the thought leader in your fiend of expertise. Try to create a plan and schedule making and publishing videos with some regularity. … [Read more...] about Are You Missing Out on These Strategies of Marketing on YouTube?