Archive for January, 2012
So the most basic thing any business needs in today’s market is a website. While this isn’t a mandatory thing for certain industries, it is one of the cheapest and easiest ways to get your name out to the public. Simple things as just having an email and a web address on the bottom of a business card. It never hurts to send updates about your business to prospective clients and emails won’t cost you a penny. Using social networking sites is another way to get the word out about your business as well, and posting pictures and updates from these types of sites is a friendlier way to show the world that your business is growing and active instead of the usual spam that might turn your clientele away. One last tip is to look around for blogs that share an interest with your business. Send the blogger a message telling them you want to work with them, and you’ll find that this will benefit the both of you as the writer will have more material to work with and you get to reach out with his or her audience. Remember, a bit of marketing goes a long way!
Imagine downloading entire albums of your favorite recording artist at super-fast broadband speeds and streaming entire episodes of your favorite show in no time flat. Then, suddenly imagine that you’re doing this outdoors, in a park with nothing more than a laptop and a handy, portable USB modem.
It’s called 4G broadband internet and it’s going to redefine the way you look at mobile internet for the rest of your life. Sites all across the internet like www.clearwireinternet.com are already talking about it. With 4G, there are no more elusive hotspots. Areas as large as cities can be saturated in signal making the search for a hotspot in any 4G-supported city a thing of the past.
This kind of coverage means you can literally use the internet anywhere in the city and the speeds are consistent, as well. With 4G, you get wireless speeds that are on par with home broadband connections, which means you no longer have to wait until you get home or establish a wired connection when it comes to some more in-depth browsing.
In fact, with 4G, you may never need to go home at all. Not when you can literally take the internet with you.
Primo Programs is innovation at its best, PRIMO is short for PRogram Installation MOnitor and is the latest version of software. This software is windows 7 ready and is a powerful library for CD, DVD, and is blu-ray disc ready. Primo has full support for the latest burning devices. Primo contains several programs and also monitors changes on your system, though the main utilization is its software application.
PRIMO’s size has been slightly reduced to 7.38 MB and has a new drag and drop icon, making it easier to manage the application. Other features include a password protection feature for restricted reading, editing and printing. It also provides the ability to optimize PDF output and the ability to add information to converted PDF files.
PRIMO has a free download tool for high quality conversion to PDF. Reviews state that PRIMO takes the hassle out of PDF reading and writing, is easy to use and integrates well with other desktop software. It is an overall good product that makes it easy to transfer wordpad documents into a PDF file immediately.
Primo comes highly recommended with reviews stating that it works wonderfully for creating PDF files and is free. Primo has a 5 out of 5 star rating.