April, 2015 Magazine – Marketing Tuesday, Mar 31 2015 

Consider including in your marketing plan forward action, of some type (website/blog/social media post, personal or broadcast email, etc.), every week (or every day).

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Electronic Magazine – December 2014 v13#12: Computer Aid Thursday, Dec 11 2014 

New to building web pages and email stationary? Be careful with using symbols. If the person on the other end doesn’t have the font your symbol is in, it will substitute characters and may make your page look strange. While symbols are faster to load than graphics, perhaps a diamond, scroll, etc. would be a good design idea.

E-Magazine Volume 12 Issue 3: Marketing Tuesday, Mar 5 2013 

Lost our marketing pages on the GCI website? They’ve moved to http://www.gregathcompany.com/service/marketing

August 2006, V5#8: Computer Saturday, Dec 27 2008 

Does it seem like every document or web page you open has smaller text then the last? If your mouse of choice has a wheel (“wheel mouse”), you may be in luck. In at least Microsoft Word and Internet Explorer, this trick works like a dream (most of the time): When you want to see the text larger on a page or document you are viewing, be sure your mouse pointer is somewhere on the “page” in question, hold down your control key and move your wheel away from you (while holding the mouse still). This should zoom the text in direct relation to how far you move the wheel. The reverse is true if moving the wheel toward you. Try this in your favorite program – it might work there too!