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What is On Your Mind

Thank you for your comments, questions and feedback. As a result, we are writing new blog postings on expanded topics and redesigning our website to serve you better.

In order to plan and provide you with information that’s pertinent to you, I have to have an idea of what you want to know about.

So, have your say!

Just type your comment in the box below to let me know what you are interested in learning more about. If you prefer to keep your comments private, just include a note that you would rather keep your comments private. Let this be your forum to share information and comment.

Alternatively, you may send me an email at April at cyberlifetutor.com and tell me what areas in your business or career which could use the most help.

For those who prefer telephone calls, pick up the phone and call me at (414) 502-7745

Everything is confidential. I just want to know what is on your mind.Thanks.

A Picture is Worth 1K Words

The classic saying says “a picture is worth a 1000 words”. Your online brand includes your picture, avatar or graphic representation. What does your profile¬†picture say about you?

When you post on a blog or website, your picture helps to enforce your message. Do you want to project a professional image? Choose an avatar that complements your message in a professional manner.

You can create your own unique Gravatar image to follow you around from website to website appearing beside your name when you write a comment or post on a blog. Avatars help identify your posts on blogs and web forums, so why not on any site?

Gravatar pluggins are available for WordPress blogs and other websites. You can learn more at the Gravatar website.

You can select different avatars to appear for each email address. Just log into Gravatar and set up your free account. Add each email address you use and confirm by clicking on the email you receive in that account. Log into Gravatar to upload your pictures and images. Select the image you choose for each email account you registered.

Post a comment here and let us see your Gravatar.

Creative Commons License photo credit: erikpaterson