This is one of my absolute favourites!
Amazing piece of software to help you to convert voice to text. A piece of Otter.ai is free for up to 600 minutes per month (not 80 minutes). How cool is that!
Use it for notes when you're walking or driving. Use it to transcribe meetings or videos. Use it to dictate blog posts or emails if you don't like typing. It will save you bucket loads of time!
Sometimes you go to write that automated email template and be at a loss for words.
How do you sound like yourself and be personal but also create a template that will be great for the whole database? It's always handy to see what successful companies are doing and this tool gives inspiration in spades!
Check it out: https://www.goodemailcopy.com/
Tina's Tuesday Tech Tip Time :)
Wowsers, that's a lot of alliteration! ;) So this is something that lots of people have messaged me to ask, what I use to make the videos - It's Loom. I love it and use it pretty much every day. It's been my easiest and most effective way to communicate if I have to show anything on my screen.
Trying to explain to a web developer where you wanted something put over email was near impossible until this baby came along.
Need to make a training video for someone on how to do something online? Easy. It's free, it's a google chrome extension, it's awesome. https://www.useloom.com/
Do you ever feel stuck for what to write for your audience? I am totally into creating content worth consuming and this weeks tech tip helps you to do exactly that.
It's always best to create content that your audience is already looking for so that you can add the most value. This is also great to optimise your site for search. Have fun!
Check out https://answerthepublic.com/
I will start out by saying that I am completely a reformed workaholic. I ran my service based business for 13 years and for the last 5 years of that, as the company grew bigger, I fell into the habit of working longer. A normal day became 12 hours at the computer and I had the familiar feeling of a sore neck, sluggish body and tired eyes.
But, it was what I thought I had to do. From a very young age, I always wanted to create something great. Well, lots of great things. I want to serve people and leave the world a little happier. I always thought that if I worked longer and harder, I would get there faster.
This was where I was wrong. By working longer I actually stifled my creativity, I became slower because I was tired and thus, it took me longer to get the same amount of work done.
Once I sold my company and came out of that bubble and realised how deep I was in it (sometimes it’s really hard to see when you’re right in the thick of it), I vowed never to fall into...