I am a trusted adviser. I help you run your business smarter, attract business by using social media and stay in business by keeping your computers and networks working.
That is what I do…I’ve been doing this since 1992. I have a life, a wife and a dog.
I am a public speaker. You can find me presenting:
Use Social Media to Improve Business: Your competitors do…so should you
Make Better Decisions with a SWOT Analysis
Use QR Codes…When the Page is not Big Enough
Use Outlook Rules to Run Your Business and Life Better, and
Internet Freebies to Help You Save Money.
I also help clients use social media to attract business. This includes creating and maintaining a vibrant presence at Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, WordPress (blog) and YouTube. These services are big magnets where potential customers congregate. You need to use these services. Your competitors and customers probably do.
I have been President of Cameron Park Computer Services since 2002 and a computer networking professional since 1992. I help clients use computers, networks and Internet access to run their businesses. People go to work and find their computers work, their Internet access works and their printing works. People are happy, bosses are happy, customers are happy. People get their jobs done and the business prospers.
With this unique package, I am able to go into a business, talk with staff and within 30 minutes, tell you if the business is successful. I can also show you how to find the bad habits and replace them with habits that successful companies embrace. I’m at 530-677-8864 or mark@ cameronparkcomputer.com
Where to find Mark Germanos online
Escape the Cubicle
by Mark Germanos
You set the price! 60140 words.
Published on April 23, 2011. Nonfiction.
How to leave your corporate or government job for something better. Identify what you really want to do, write a business plan, do your SWOT analysis, quit your job professionally and use social media to get your new business up and running. Follow along with Daphne the Dancer as she transforms her career from unfulfilled auditor to self-employed dance teacher.
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