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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.
Reasons to have an email newsletter for your writing business

3-Minute Guru: More Gmail Secrets

By Jim Wright | August 16, 2016

Learn a handy trick using Gmail that will allow you to track how companies are using your email address. It just takes a few seconds to master…

3-Minute Guru: Gmail Secrets, Part One

By Jim Wright | July 21, 2016

Learn a little-known fact about your gmail address that can be a big help when it comes to managing your social media accounts.

3-Minute Guru: Tips for Using Little-Known Facebook Features

By Jim Wright | June 21, 2016

Facebook can be a powerful tool when it comes to marketing your business or your client’s. These little-known features help you establish more connections.

3-Minute Guru: Pasting Into WordPress

By Jim Wright | May 17, 2016

WordPress is great because you can create content in your favorite word processor and then paste it to WordPress without losing formatting. Here’s how…

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3-Minute Guru: New WordPress 4.5 Features

By Jim Wright | April 19, 2016

See what new functionality is available to you in WordPress 4.5 from a new way to set your favicon to a quick way to preview your site’s responsiveness.

3 Minute Guru: WordPress Categories

By Jim Wright | March 14, 2016

In this quick how-to video learn how to add and organize categories on your WordPress website and make your site easier for visitors to use.

3-Minute Guru: Adding Links to Your Site

By Jim Wright | February 15, 2016

Adding links to your website helps your visitors find additional information within your site and on other sites. This video shows you how to add links to text on your site.

3-Minute Guru: Searching with Google’s “Site Colon”

By Jim Wright | January 13, 2016

In this how-to video, you’ll learn a neat search trick you can use on Google to narrow and refine your results. Find things from specific sites or even limit your search to .gov or .edu sites. Good stuff!

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