Tech Day Camp South Shore – Special Offer!

October 1, 2013 | posted in: News and updates | by

Tech Day Camp South Shore Interested in attending the IMS (Inbound Marketing Summit) on October 16-17th at the Hynes Convention Center for FREE??? Next 9 to sign up to Tech Day Camp will get a promo code to attend the event for Free! TECH DAY CAMP: Saturday, Nov 17th 9a-5p Norwell, MA Early booking special of $99 ends Oct..

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Build a BRAND Workshop Goes Digital – Laura Willis

May 22, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Figuring out your brand and keeping it consistent has always been a challenge for small businesses. We the major influence of social media and all the digital platforms it’s become almost impossible. At Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber, Laura Willis from Willis Works Communications gave this great session on branding designed for small..

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Introduction to Agile Development – Barrett Simms

May 20, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Agile Marketing is pretty new and looks like it will take over how we market a lot like how social media has taken over how we communicate and build community around us.  Agile Marketing comes to us from agile software development – the same principles apply, just to marketing development and implementation instead of software..

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What is SEO? – Tricia White

May 17, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

This clip “What is SEO?” is from Tricia Whites’ What is SEO session at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber. Search Engine Optimization has been a huge topic for a long time.  With the drive towards content marketing and social media taking center stage, traditional SEO has started to take a back seat. The..

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Linkedin Company Pages – Kaitlyn Pintarich

May 16, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

This clip “Linkedin Company Pages” is from Kaitlyn Pintarich’s Leveraging Linkedin to Grow Your Business session at Tech Day Camp – United Regional chamber. Linkedin is used by a lot of professionals – but mostly on a personal level. Kaitlyn covers the company pages because there is not as much information out on them. Over..

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How to Write a Great Tweet – Julie Campbell

May 15, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by 1 Comment

This clip “How to Write a Great Tweet” is from Julie Campbell’s Twitter 101 session at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber. Julie’s session was one of the best attended sessions there with lots of great questions and information.  She shared 6 different things to keep in mind for your tweets. How to write..

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Facebook for the Business Professional – Tammy A Jacobsen

May 14, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Facebook is a huge network for sharing information. Here is a video from Tammy Jacobsen’s presentation at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Valley “Facebook for the Business Professional”. If done well it can provide great value to your customers and potential customers.  You can communicate with and interact with them to build relationships. Make..

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Microsoft Office: Tips and Tricks

May 9, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Regardless of what type of computer or tablet you are using, the vast majority of us do use Microsoft Office. Here is a clip on the Format Painter in Microsoft Office from June Bertucci’s “Microsoft Office – Tips & Tricks” at Tech Day Camp United Regional Chamber.  It’s something that I never used, mainly because..

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Increasing Your Social Media Presence

May 6, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

This clip is from Michael T. Sanders “Increasing Your Social Media Presence” at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber. When you are building and growing your social media content, it’s important to be authentic and all of your engagement authentic. There are different ways to approach people and share your message. For example when..

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Content is YOUR Job – Shea Baker

Thing #5 from Shea Baker’s “10 Things to Know Before Starting a Website” at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber. Shea defines content as every bit of text or copy that goes on your website.  There is no magic button that creates content for your site – it all must come from you.  So..

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Twitter 101 for Business – Julia Campbell

April 8, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Julia Campbell gave a great workshop on the basics of Twitter, here are the slides she used for the presentation. If you would like to find more information please visit Julia’s website at www.jcsocialmarketing.com Twitter 101 – Tech Day Camp from The Toolbox, Inc.

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Email Marketing: How to Use Email in Your Sales Process

March 27, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Here are the slides from Bob McCarthy’s presentation on email marketing at Tech Day Camp – Franklin – Spring 2013. A 30-year veteran of direct marketing, Bob is a past president of the New England Direct Marketing Association (NEDMA). He has also taught direct marketing courses at both Bentley College and Merrimack College. If you..

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Pinterest for the Small Business and Nonprofits – Julia Campbell

March 26, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

The surveys we’ve received raved about Julia Campbell’s presentation on “Pinterest for the Small Business and Nonprofits” at Tech Day Camp March 13, 2013.  Here are the slides from the presentation.  If you would like to find more information please visit Julia’s website at www.jcsocialmarketing.com Tech day camp pinterest for business from The Toolbox, Inc.

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Bring Your Camera!

March 21, 2013 | posted in: News and updates | by

If you are planning to attend Ed Nute’s Take a Wicked Good Picture!, be sure to bring your camera!  Ed will not only help you understand how to take a great picture, but will also help you work with what you own! Even if you are not planning to take this workshop, bring your camera..

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There’s an App for That?

March 19, 2013 | posted in: News and updates | by

So we woke up to more snow – again.  This time we figured we we should get some help, so we got Techie out on the snow blower…we figured there should be an app for that. We think eventually there will be an app, but in the meantime there are several apps that can really..

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*Keynote: Win-win marketing: Designing a Marketing Strategy that Makes Sense (Dollars and Cents) for You and Makes Customers Happy Too

March 18, 2013 | posted in: 2013 Franklin Workshops | by

Do you want to attract more clients?  Dor you want to sell more products?  Of course you do!  It’s one of those things that keeps small business owners awake at night. But at the other end of the equation, your prospective customer isn’t awake at night thinking about how they will work with you.  They..

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B-PC – RX – Maintenance and Security

March 18, 2013 | posted in: 2013 Franklin Workshops | by

It’s a well-known fact that PC’s are wonderful tools, they are the life blood of our business. But in order to keep them running properly and to protect the valuable data we store on them, we need to follow some simple precautions. This workshop takes a look at some cost-effective ways to keep your internet-connected PC running..

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Tech Day Camp Early Booking ends March 17th

March 15, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Uncategorized | by

Just a quick reminder that early booking for the United Regional Chamber’s Tech Day Camp at Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School ends Sunday, March 17th. We have a great line up of 36 workshops, 28 expert workshop leaders and lunch is included.  This will be the best opportunity in the area to learn great..

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United Regional Chamber Athena Awards

March 15, 2013 | posted in: News and updates | by

We had a great time at the United Regional Chamber’s Athena awards! Great people and conversations and it was all topped of with this awesome dessert…just an added bonus. Massachusetts State Representative Elizabeth Poirier gave a fabulous keynote about working as a woman in the State House and the challenges women face that are different..

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The Toolbox Inc at the Athena Awards

March 13, 2013 | posted in: News and updates | by

Thursday March 14 from 11am-2pm at the Highland Country Club (104 Mechanic Street, Attleboro), the Toolbox Inc and Tech Day Camp will be at the Athena Awards. Athena’s mission is to: Supporting, developing and honoring women leaders Inspiring women to achieve their full potential Creating balance in leadership worldwide Come join us for lunch and..

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New Pinterest Analytic Tool

March 12, 2013 | posted in: News and updates | by

Another day, another change in the technology we use to build our businesses…Today, Pinterest rolled a new analytic tool. The first feature, which shows data on how many people have pinned from a site, how views each pin has, and how many users have visited a site from Pinterest, is available for free today for companies..

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iPad Keyboard Shortcuts – Dave Caulo

March 11, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

If you are like most people, getting used to a touch keyboard is really challenging after using a traditional keyboard all your life.  Here is a clip from a Toolbox Marketing Breakfast with Dave Caulo teaching Tips and Tricks for the ipad.  Basically in this short video Dave explains that there are 3 keyboards on..

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Maybe You Knew Facebook Yesterday….

March 8, 2013 | posted in: News and updates | by

Maybe you knew facebook yesterday…Today facebook announced plans for new ways to filter the news feed. Great. At the Toolbox we maintain that technology changes so quickly that it is nearly impossible to keep up with it.  Here is a quote from a Techcrunch article: “Why is Facebook adding new streams? Because we are information..

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SM – Increasing Your Social Media Presence Through Collaborative Tools

Amongst a sea of competitors, increasing user engagement is a difficult and time consuming process. Through the right planning, effort and choosing the unique strategy to fit your needs,a company or individual can steadily build the foundation of a social media presence through the art of collaborative tools. Experience the session increasing your social media..

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