Are disorganized shared files bugging you? Try this (February 2022 Newsletter)


Do you struggle with keeping organized the google docs/sheets that are shared with you? Did you know you can create shortcuts to them anywhere in your folders? Watch the video in this article.

Impactful thought/tip for the month

Do you struggle with keeping organized the google docs/sheets that are shared with you?

Did you know you can create shortcuts to them anywhere in your folders?

Watch this very short video Dave created on how to create a shortcut to a document (or folder) that is shared with you, and do it anywhere in your folder structure:

Keep your content FRESH and FUN this month

Keep your social media marketing updated! Here are some Fresh and Fun ideas that you can post about this March!

LOCALiQ posted another calendar full of wacky and fun holidays that can spark inspiration!

Can't wait to see what you'll post this month! Don't be shy and get postin'!

How to make stunning graphics/memes without Photoshop!

It's essential for all businesses, and entrepreneurs, to have at least some basic knowledge on how to create STUNNING images/graphics to promote their services/products.

But what if you don't have an in-house graphic designer who knows how to use photoshop? Well, free image editors are available now. And they are amazing! (Especially Canva).

Not only are they Free, but you also don't have to install a program on your local computer. Everything is browser and cloud-based.

Okay. But what if you're still clueless about using the most basic online editors? Don't worry, we got ya! Here's a handy guide to let you in in all the basics of Canva.

1. Create a Canva account if you don’t have one. You can create an account with an email or simply log in with your Gmail account.

2. Choose your design type (or determine your custom size). Canva offers hundreds of premade templates that you can use as is... or use as a base for your design. They have everything from business cards to Slides, and more!

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LinkedIn: phishing scams increase 232%

Phishing attacks impersonating emails from LinkedIn have grown 232% since the start of February, according to cybersecurity firm Egress.

The company released a report about cybercriminals using display name spoofing and stylized HTML templates to socially engineer victims into clicking on phishing links in Outlook 365 and then entering their credentials into suspicious websites. When the phishing links are clicked, the victim gets redirected to a website that harvests their LinkedIn log-in credentials. Scary Stuff!

So how can you protect yourself from these scams? If you're on a PC/MAC, take extreme caution and hover over links before clicking them to see if the are valid. (The link is usually displayed on the lower left corner of the browser screen).
- Important! You've got to really study the link, because it's easy for someone to use a version of the domain. Instead of "" it could be "" where they replace the first i with l, and the casual observer would miss it.
- If you're on mobile, check messages directly on the app. Even on desktop, go to the site directly without clickin on the link.

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