Monthly Archives: March 2014

Southeastern Admin Receives Award from Change 4 Georgia

Thank you Change 4 Georgia for presenting Southeastern Admin with this award!   Change 4 Georgia is a great student-led organization that assists our troops and their families here in Georgia and overseas!    Read more about it at  http://change4georgia.org/.

Lora Zibman |  www.SoutheasternAdmin.com   |   770-609-0904770-609-0904

2014 C4G

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How To Create Linked In “Company” Sites

Creating a company website for your business inside Linked In is another great way to detail the actual products and services your company offers without writing lengthy descriptions on your Profile Page.  I created my Linked In website and added several virtual administrative assistant services that Southeastern Admin can offer to businesses in Cumming, Alpharetta, Dawsonville and nationwide.  I hope that you will “follow” my company in Linked In.

Get started by using this link:   http://business.linkedin.com/marketing-solutions/company-pages/get-started.html#

Thank you to Irene Doehring of Creative Graphic Design for sharing this tool, as well as other useful information.   I can’t tell you how great it is to have such a knowledgeable network of professionals on my side.

Lora Zibman |  www.Southeastern Admin.com   |   770-609-0904770-609-0904

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The New Google Map Application Stinks – Here’s A Work Around

If you’re like me, you frequently use Google Maps to plan out trips with multiple stops.   The old Google Maps made it easy to change your routing and rearrange stops.  The new Google Maps is horrible for planning multiple stop trips.   I’ve never liked MapQuest as it is is excruciating slow, and rearranging stops takes forever.

If you liked Google Maps the way it was before, here is a work around to get back to what they are now calling Classic Maps.  If you look at the below screenshot, you will see a tiny question mark icon at the bottom right.  If you click on the icon, you can “return to Google Classic Maps”.   You will have to answer a survey of why you do not like the new version, but it is well worth answering, as maybe they will allow you to choose which version you’d prefer in the future without doing an internet search on another map application.

Hope this saves you some time and headache.

Lora Zibman |  www.Southeastern Admin.com   |   770-609-0904770-609-0904

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