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  • Fixing Group 3 Fax Resolution in iTextSharp

    By on January 17, 2015

    A client was having problems with attachments that we were sending out from their system. They receive faxes from their customers with authorizations that they need to, in turn, send out to doctor’s offices to obtain information. The original files are in tiff format and typically faxed to them. Faxes arrive in either CCITT Group 3 or Group 4 fax

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  • Twitter marketing success tip: You don’t have to follow back

    By on September 3, 2014

    One of the most common pieces of advice shared by so-called “social media marketing experts” about Twitter is to follow as many people as possible. The whole idea is when you follow people, a certain percentage will follow you back. According to this logic, if you follow a huge a number of people, enough will follow you back that you

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  • How to write a blog post in less than 20 minutes

    By on September 2, 2014

    One of the most difficult aspects of business blogging is to properly balance quality with other business considerations like speed, return on effort, and return on investment. In many cases, one of these considerations will take higher priority over the others. It doesn’t have to be that way. The great thing about blogging is that you can focus on one

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  • Does Your Online Business Really Need A Blog?

    By on September 2, 2014

    When it comes to blogging for small businesses, the reaction to this traffic generating activity usually falls into two camps. One the one hand, you have people who get bad flashbacks from midterms in high school or college where they had to sweat out writing a term paper. On the other hand, you have people who are more than willing

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  • Don’t go overboard with your fear of Penguin penalties

    By on September 1, 2014

    Google Penguin really caught the SEO world flat-footed. Overnight, a lot of online business empires started to crumble; thanks to this dreaded update. By tightening up its expectations regarding backlink quality, Google really put the fear in the hearts of many online entrepreneurs regarding how they should link to other websites. After Penguin dropped and the initial carnage cleared up,

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  • “Fake It till You Make It” Doesn’t Work On Social Media

    By on August 31, 2014

    As I have written earlier, the proper of using social media for marketing purposes is to influence niche leaders. Social media is a great platform to reach out to influential people in your niche. This is the best way to use social media. Marketing this way enables your brand to benefit from existing brands on social media. When you get

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  • Effective Social Media Outreach Is A Little Like Haiku

    By on August 30, 2014

    Haiku is a Japanese poetic form that is renowned for its economy of text. We’re talking a very small amount of text, but it packs a lot of meaning. This is why haiku is very popular among poets. Considering how tight its rules are, it’s very easy to filter out great poets from mediocre ones. Haiku is all about packing

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  • The One Question Social Media Engagement Must Always Answer

    By on August 29, 2014

    As we have mentioned in several previous blog posts, social media engagement is the name of the game for contemporary SEO. If you want to get better search results, you need to reach out to potential link sources and media allies through social media. You have to engage people on social media to get on the radar. You have to

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