Windows announced their Insider Dev Tour for 2019! This news comes in right after the Microsoft Build Developer Conference that occured in Seattle Washington May 6-7, which happens every year. Their statement included their agenda ideas, along with countries that will be participating. Read on: “Agenda varies by location, but you can expect to find developer demo-focused practical sessions with topics such as: Introduction to Microsoft Graph Services Web Development with NodeJS and Microsoft Developer Tools Embedded and IoT Solutions with Microsoft Windows IoT Core Command Line / Terminal and Windows Subsystem for Linux Coding your Future with the Windows Insider Program Desktop Apps with the Microsoft Graph UWP User Interfaces with the latest APIS and OSS libraries Developing with the New Edge Browser Desktop Apps with .NET Core AI Platform / Machine Learning on Windows Progressive Web Apps with the New Edge NET Core 3.0 Build apps for Microsoft Teams with Microsoft Graph and Web Technology The day will start, of course, with a great keynote that covers the best from Microsoft Build.” - Windows Blog They add that if registration is not available right now for you to check back on the blog for the next several days.
Mark your calendars for next month. Apples' Worldwide Developers Conference is right around the corner, and is expected to be filled with a handful of goodness. This year, it's located San Jose, CA, June 3–7, and though tickets have already been cleared out, you can still watch the Keynote. The keynote where Apple will introduce upcoming software and new hardware will include a few upgrades, such as: iOS 13 macOS 10.15 New Music, Podcasts, and Books apps watchOS 6 While Apple hasn't announced when the keynote will start, it usually kicks off at 10 am PDT, so keep a look out.
Having a One Card has many benefits to its name. Along with it being eco-friendly, it also gives your potential clients the choice to reach out to you the way that works best for them. Here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your digital brochure: -Fill out the One Card in its entirety. The more information you have about your company and/or product, the better. -Save your One Card as an app, or "shortcut" on your phone. It gives you quick and easy access when you're wanting to share it with customers. -Share your One Card with your client list by using the "Share" tab on your account dashboard. You can send it through e-mails, texts, social media, or your QR code. -Use your personal URL, located in the "Share" tab, in your e-mail signatures and in your About section of your website. -Make your One Card unique. With the Pro plan, there are 10 available colors to choose from. You can also use your Welcome Video to thank customers for checking out your digital business card. Also, adding testimonials is a great way to show others how past clients have been satisfied with your work. If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're here from 9 am- 5pm CST Monday-Friday!
Mark your calendars for this Monday, May 6th for Microsoft Build 2019. Microsoft's 8th annual developer conference will start off with a student technology competition, followed by a keynote presentation. The event begins at 8 a.m. PT. Watch it here: https://news.microsoft.com/build2019/ This year, according to the website, will focus on "empowering developers of all kinds, from experienced computer scientists to tech beginners with big ideas." Don't miss out.
As much as we hate to see our customers go, we know you wouldn't want to pay for something that isn't working for you. Managing your subscription is quite easy. Simply log in to your One Card account on your computer and click on the "Share" tab (mobile users, click on the "Settings" tab), scroll down until you see the "Manage Subscription" button. There you can see your active status, when your One Card expires, and a "Cancel Subscription" button. Just click on that button and your subscription will automatically be cancelled. You'll receive an email to confirm your recent subscription cancellation. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact us. We're happy to assist you, Monday-Friday 9 am-5 pm CST.
iPhone and One Card Users, please read! Having easy access to your One Card is crucial when it comes to sharing it in person with potential customers. You can simply save your One Card as a shortcut to your iPhone by doing the following 4 steps: 1.) Log into Safari with your mobile 2.) Click on the Bookmark Icon 3.) Click 'Add to Home Screen' (swipe left to find it) 4.) Hit save! (*If you don’t have the “add to homescreen” as an option, swipe left until you see the “more...” and you should see the option add to homescreen.) It's that simple! When customers need your business card when you're face-to-face, click on your One Card shortcut and let your digital business card do the rest. If you still have issues, don't hesitate to contact our customer support team. We'll be happy to help you in any way.
Whether it's a digital connection or a real connection, every day billions of people connect for the first time. In the business world, making connections is important and will directly shape our career path and successes. Think about a world where Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak never met! The current blog post you are reading may not have even existed considering I'm using a Mac to write it on. What if the founding fathers of the United States of America never connected with each other? What would the world be like? How do you think these history makers first connected? The interesting thing is that in today's world, more and more of these first time connections are happening through social media or other digital forms. This occurrence is growing at a rapid pace with the adoption of smartphones everywhere which is raising some interesting questions and concerns about how successful the use of technology really is for creating real and personal connections. There are so many people who will accept anyone that tries to connect with them on a social network, without even a thought towards establishing a relationship. Don’t get me wrong, if you don’t accept their request, then you will never even have the opportunity to get to know the person. But it comes down to your real intentions and why you are trying to connect with them in the first place. Are you more interested in building your numbers on social media or actually building a connection that matters? More to the point, does "friending" someone on Facebook or gaining another follower on twitter actually constitute a first time connection? I say this because I believe heavily in the potential of digital [...]
5 Ways To Leave A Lasting Impressions Most first impressions are made within the first 15 seconds of meeting someone. This is interesting to me considering that most first time meetings begin with pleasantries and small talk. Imagine meeting a nobel prize winner for the first time without being introduced. To speak with a nobel prize winner would leave a lasting impression, but I doubt they would tell you about that in the first 15 seconds of talking to them. It could be a while into the conversation before they bring it up or, if they are humble, it may not be mentioned at all. My point is simple, the first impression is important but a lasting impression should be the goal. So how do you make a lasting impression? The Greeting It’s simple, if you want to leave a lasting impression, you definitely want to start with an amazing first impression. Now, some people would say to give the person you are meeting a firm hand shake and then look the person right in the eye and say: "hello, my name is…" This is a great place to start, but I think there's more to it than that. For instance, What was the person doing before you walked up? What kind of mood did the person seem to be in? What kind of environment are you meeting the person in? I believe these questions are important because I don’t think there can be a standard greeting that will make a great first impression with every single person that you meet. As a matter of fact, in some cultures it’s completely inappropriate to shake someones hand or even look them in the eyes. Communication [...]
How many times do you meet people that act interested in learning about It Works and then nothing comes of it? The question is, how do you connect with potential customers? This might seem like an obvious question, but a connection is not complete unless your able to communicate. Now you might be thinking, “I do connect with individuals in a conversation on a more personal level”. This is how it should be, because no one cares how much you know till they know how much you care. The type of connection that I’m describing is sharing your contact information in a way that won’t be lost so you can continue the conversation. How many times have you given someone your postcard with your information on it and there was no response back? We both know It’s not that they weren’t interested or even that the postcard was not effective, but it was just easily lost and/or thrown away. Put yourself in their position, in your busy life what would you have done with a postcard from someone you had never met? Imagine if you could instantly share your contact information right to their phone...which then could be instantly saved. Not too mention you could add all of the information from your brochure. Lets not stop there, what about a welcome video, a full bio and all the social networks you utilize to grow your business? How about one step further with having testimonial videos or before and after pictures right on a simple, easy to share, digital business card? Well that is possible! One Card™ is your digital business card that works on all smartphones, tablets and computer with no app required. With It Works [...]
What is your why? Some of you may have heard this question before and you know what your “why” is, others of you may not even know what I mean when I ask this. The word "why" has had a powerful effect on my life; from helping me to make decisions, to causing conflicts in my life that truly made me think about my choices. In the beginning stages of my life the word "why" landed me in timeout, earned me many spankings and began to shape a young mind ready to learn. As a kid I questioned everything, from why I needed to clean my room, to why am I even here? I was never one of those kids that just believed what someone told me to, and it was through asking the question why that I truly came to learn what I believed. It was also through asking "why?" that I learned the power of common sense and the purpose behind why I do what I do. When I ask the question "what is your why?" what do you think about? Maybe something like: Why do I do what I do? Why am I here on this planet? Why did I create my company? Why do I wake up in the morning? My point from the beginning was tied to these kind of questions because I so strongly feel it is important to know why you are doing something. If you don’t have a strong reason WHY you are doing something, then why would keep on doing it? It is really easy to quit something when you don't know why you are doing it. This was a long intro to get to this simple thought: as a business owner your "why" [...]