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As a yoga instructor, having a well-defined content strategy is essential for effectively sharing your knowledge, attracting and retaining students, and building your brand. Here are some steps to develop a content strategy for a yoga instructor: Define your goals:...
A Quick video on how to stop the automatic fullscreen on Zoom meetings whenever someone shares a screen
Hello Mac users ? if in case you want to know how to split view your keynote presentation with a front-facing camera, here’s a quick tutorial on how I do it.
Due to the spike of people using conference call services like Zoom, Facebook recently just launched Messenger Room. Here’s how to use it.
Super quick tutorial on how to turn a desktop version of Facebook into dark mode.
Learn how to market your business without being too pushy and spammy. Here are four ways you can do to promote your business on social media without it being too obvious.
Social media image sizes can be tricky. What will look good on Facebook might not work well on Twitter and vice versa. So here’s a resource that you can bookmark as guide to social media image sizes for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
In both literal and figurative sense, a picture is worth a thousand words. You can, of course, always buy stock photos for affordable prices. But why buy when you can get the same high quality images for free? Here’s a list of sites where you can get them for your personal or even commercial use.
I occasionally have clients asking me to use images on their websites that they pasted on Google Docs. Instead of bugging them to re-upload the images on Google Drive or DropBox, here are simple steps to download those images.