I get a lot of questions from my Mom, who is as NON-Technical as you get. She loves being on the computer though. So, this article contains tips that I have provided for her over the years about just basic maintenance for your computer explained in a way that you understand what’s being done and why. This article is geared toward Windows 2000 users, but the same concepts apply to Windows XP or even Windows 98.
Once that was set up, Outlook would receive mail from my regular mail server like always, but send it through the new SMTP relay. As far as anyone else would be able to tell, nothing had changed (my email address was the same before and after), but now I would be able to send from anywhere on Earth that had an Internet connection.
Mistake 2: Failing to Have a Real Phone Number for Your Business: Your clients will try to contact you through your number to know the details of the products that you offer. If your phone number doesn’t work at that time, you will surely loose that customer. Your small business should have a dedicated phone line with voicemail. Do not use your cell phone as your main business line. Also, please do not use those answering machines that come with the phone. No matter what you do, the message will never sound professional.
FTC: this is a rather new suggestion but if you are selling your own or an affiliate product, you need to have an FTC statement. In short, this says that you are selling and are receiving all or part of the payment. Again, do a search for this and you should find some good examples to use.
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Then along comes little Johnny with a face full of pimples and a slingshot in his back pocket and an IQ well below 100. Johnny decides: “Nuh, don’t want this stuff no more.” So he hits the SPAM button and jets off on his skateboard with a can of spray paint in his hand looking for a wall to deface with his tag.
After much time, hunting and creating our home is really coming together and reflecting a personal style that is truly our own. It’s something my husband and I have created together. We have interesting conversation pieces and many fun and interesting stories about the history of the item, “The Hunt,” or how we stumbled across it. Don’t get us started on our adventures in refinishing furniture!