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Short, Snappy Tips and Tricks

In this category, you’ll find our 3-Minute Guru videos – short snippets of tricks, ideas, and tools you can use to make your life easier and your day more rewarding.

3-Minute Guru: A Single Sheet of Paper that Holds Your Whole Brain

By Jim Wright | April 17, 2018

A single online application that can hold your whole brain? That’s a big claim. Check out this quick how-to video to see if Workflowy makes good on its promise…

3-Minute Guru: Microsoft Office Picture Manager

By Jim Wright | February 23, 2018

Editing the size and shape of your images is extra-easy with this tool you may have never heard of… even though you may already own it!

3-Minute Guru: Secure Site

By Jim Wright | November 17, 2017

Google looks at whether or not you have a secure site as part of its ranking algorithm. Not sure how to make your site secure? This video will help.

3-Minute Guru: Adding ReCaptcha to a Contact Form

By Jim Wright | October 24, 2017

Cut down on the unwanted messages that come through your site’s contact form by adding ReCaptcha. It takes only about three minutes to learn to add it.


3-Minute Guru: WordPress Menu Tip

By Jim Wright | September 22, 2017

If you want to make your WordPress drop-down menu clickable, but not the main menu item, there’s an easy way to do that. See how in this video.

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3-Minute Guru: Email Tips

By Jim Wright | June 27, 2017

Have you ever found yourself wondering how to set up a contact form to send to multiple email addresses? Here’s a quick and easy email tip to help.

3-Minute Guru: Finding Royalty-Free Images

By Jim Wright | May 11, 2017

Images are important to you as a web writer, because they make your content more effective. Here’s an easy trick for locating royalty free images on Google.

3-Minute Guru: A Simple Trick for Tracking Headline Length

By Wealthy Web Writer | March 29, 2017

Jim Wright shares an easy trick to show you immediately if your headlines are too long, too short, or just right. Make it easy to track headline length.