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Address Books for Online Contact Management

by robert on September 26, 2012

All KeepandShare accounts now have a significantly improved ‘Address’ application.  New improvements include the ability to add contact ‘fields’ to each address and improved viewing, searching and capacity.  You can import hundreds or thousands of addresses from other systems.

Watch this video to see the new Address application in action:



Keep address books and detailed contact notes online for easy access from any web-connected device.

  • Easy-to-Use: one-click simplicity to create or find contacts.
  • Keep your contacts updated. Easily edit to add or update information.
  • Always up-to-date: organize your contact into online address books that you privately share with your business. They’ll always see the latest version.
  • Detailed notes: keep up to 20 pages of notes on each address.

Learn more by reading a marketing summary and help page.

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Photo blogs let you share your photos with just a few special people or with the whole world. Find out how to make a photo blog work for you!

By now you’re probably familiar with blogging, which is basically an online journal that can be public, private or shared with only a chosen few. So what, then, is a photo blog?

A photo blog is basically an online journal, but is done mostly with photos. In other words, it’s an online photo album with captions, but remember, it’s the photos that do most of the ‘talking.’ Read on to find out how a photo blog can work for you.

Uses for Photo Blogs

Replace Old Photo Albums

With the popularity of digital photography, you don’t have to rely on old-fashioned photo albums as the only way to preserve and share your photos – and you can also eliminate the boxes of photographs that are waiting for the day you have time to put them in albums. Instead, turn to a photo blog as a unique and hassle-free way to both display and store your favorite photos. And when you do want an actual printed photo, you can do it straight from your photo blog!

Travel Diary

Are you a frequent traveler? A photo blog lets you share your travels with whomever you choose! People who aren’t in a position to travel will appreciate your photos from around the country or around the globe, and they’ll also appreciate your commentary on the photos and locale.

Family Photos

Is your extended family spread far and wide? If so, a photo blog lets them share in the special moments of your immediate family’s life. Post photos from school, holidays, sporting events, birthday parties and other special events. Remember, you should be able to choose who can see your photo blog, which is beneficial if you’re not comfortable with the whole world viewing your photos!

Pregnancy & Baby Book 

Why not keep a photo diary of your pregnancy? It’s a beautiful way to preserve memories of your pregnancy and an easy way to share this time with family and friends who live away from you. And then once the baby is born, you can continue your photo blog with photos of the baby as he or she progresses into childhood.

Preserve Memories

A photo blog also serves as a type of storehouse for your favorite photos. Rather than store them yourself, you can rest assured that they are safe and secure on your photo blog. It’s like a Web-based photo album!

Photography Showcase

Whether you’re an amateur or accomplished photographer, a photo blog is a great way to showcase your talent… and you don’t really need any special computer or Web skills to do it. People from all walks of life appreciate fine photography and will enjoy sharing and commenting on your passion.

Instructions

If you’re instructing people how to perform a complicated task, show them with step-by-step photos on a photo blog! Most people grasp instructions more easily when they actually have a visual to follow.

What to Look for in a Photo Blog Hosting Service

There are many online hosting services that make creating a photo blog a piece of cake, but there are some things you should look for:

  • What’s the cost? Many very good hosting services are absolutely FREE, so be sure to weigh all of your options.

  • Can you control access to your photo blog? You should be able to choose whether your photo blog has public access or whether you want to restrict access to only those you choose.

  • How much space will you have for your blog? Most reputable hosting services offer unlimited space.

  • Can your photo blog’s readers post comments? This may not be important to you, but if it is, be sure to check.

  • Is your photo blog password protected? If not, you should probably look for another provider.

There are many ways to put a photo blog to good use. Take the plunge and start one today – you’ll soon discover how convenient,  fun and inspiring they can be!

Try KeepandShare Photo Sharing today!

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Online Calendars: Tools for Managing Your Time

April 9, 2012

Your greatest resource is your time. ~Brian Tracy You’re probably REALLY familiar with this scene: scraps of paper with to-do lists jotted on them, cards with appointment reminders and sticky notes with birthday reminders and practice times scribbled on them. And it’s all jammed in your purse or scattered over your desk. There’s got to [...]

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Printable Calendars: Making Life More Manageable

April 6, 2012

With today’s hectic pace of life, it can be difficult to keep track of who needs to be where at what time,  tasks that need to be done and who’s turn it is to do what. Printable calendars can help you organize your time and make your busy life a little more manageable. Time: no [...]

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Caffeine as a Stress Manager?

April 3, 2012

When I am in a calm and clear mind state, I feel productive.  Feeling productive makes me less stressed.  So I’ll go ahead and claim that a great cup of coffee reduces my stress. Here are two of my favorite ‘coffee tools’ (ahem, stress management tools). Grind It, then Press It The problem with those [...]

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2,000,000 Users. Wow!

April 2, 2012

In early Feburary 2012, we had our 2 millioneth user create an account at KeepandShare! Thank you for referring and telling your friends about KeepandShare. We are building our business one customer at a time, the old fashioned way, trying to provide a great product and letting our users spread the good word to others.

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File Sharing: Your Solution for Working Smarter

March 24, 2012

Do you ever wish there was an easy way to relate the changes you made on a document, presentation or spreadsheet to everyone who needs to know? There is – and it works through file sharing. You might be wondering exactly what file sharing is. Sometimes when people think of file sharing, they think of [...]

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Sample Calendar

December 22, 2011
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5 Ways to Find 5 Extra Minutes Every Day

June 3, 2011

People are always lamenting the lack of time they have, and how they have to spend that time, and how much time seems to be wasted. It seems like there’s never enough time! If you have any of these complaints and are looking for ways to regain your time, here’s a handy list of five [...]

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10 Tricks of Productivity Masters

May 27, 2011

Almost everyone wishes they could get more work done with less time spent working. It might seem a little far-fetched, but small changes can make a big difference. Apply these time-tested productivity tips from productivity masters to get more out of each day. 1. Don’t check your email first thing in the morning. Email can [...]

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