Two Ways to Claim Your Page on Nextdoor

 

Assuming you are already on Nextdoor and you have connected with your neighborhood, what can you now do to attract clients or customers to your business? As is so often the case, the answer is, “it depends.”

If you need assistance with creating your account and claiming your page on Nextdoor, one call or message to Mousehelp.com will get you the help you need. Brian Rouley at Mousehelp will provide “Compassionate Care for People with Computers” – anything you need from network connections, to printer installations, to how-to instruction, and even writing for your blog or website. Mousehelp.com is your electronic communications support expert. In a world full of noise, get the clarity you need, with Mousehelp Communications Training from mousehelp.com.

It seems if you’ve been recommended, you are more likely to be found when people search Nextdoor. The process of claiming your page allows you to enhance the information people get about you and your business on the Nextdoor website.

For now, here are two ways to “Claim Your Page” on Nextdoor.
Feel free to send feedback on your experience to Mousehelp at Rouzell dot com.
And, if you need the services of a handyman or a business and life coach, you can look up Ken Day or Dr. Simone on DNP.

Note: In the Business page version, I am connected via remote access to Dr. Simone’s computer.
You will only hear my side of the conversation.
There is a long delay – about 30 seconds, starting at 3:15 (suffering in silence, sorry about that) as we wait for Nextdoor to complete the process of verifying her phone number.
You can click past this to 3:47 and pick up the audio portion of the presentation there.
Future recordings will not suffer these maladies!

 

Demo of a SlideShow on a Mobile Phone

If you had to demonstrate how a slideshow looks on a smartphone to someone who does not have a smartphone, how would you do it?
I’m sure I have another way to do this, but this is what came to mind first, so, here it is!

JetPack Sharing

Let’s see how this goes. I’ve used ITTT for sharing, let’s see how JetPack does it.

This post should show up on Fb, Tw, and Google+ – have a look.

Embedded Content Challenge

While I was in the middle of trying to hammer out an introduction to my speech (to be delivered the morning of 9/21), I wound up finding some cool video on Elizabeth Banks’s Twitter account. Shared here for your amusement:

In case you were wondering:  Embedded Content Challenge