It's that time of year again. It's time to spring clean your small business. This means cleaning your workspace and business, of course. But it also means getting more organized in general and freshening things up. A recent Twitter chat looked at how to clean up, get organized and start running your business smarter. And it drew enough attention to make #SMBspringclean the #1 trending topic on Twitter for the evening. Spring Clean Your Small Business Below are just a few of the tweets from small business leaders about how to straighten up and organize your business from paper to digital files. But you will also read ideas for shaking things up and bringing in new ideas to make your business better. Read excerpts from our spring cleaning Twitter chat below, presented by FedEx Office (@FedExOffice on Twitter). \u00a0For the full chat transcript, please see the PDF here. Q2:What is your best tip for organizing digital documents?#SMBSpringClean \u2014 FedEx Office (@FedExOffice) April 12, 2013 A2. I am attempting evernote for that#SMBSpringClean \u2014 ItzJenna (@ItzJenna) April 12, 2013 A2:Organize digital files into folders. Some claim this is no longer necessary with desktop search \u2013 I disagree.#SMBSpringClean \u2014 Anita Campbell (@smallbiztrends) April 12, 2013 A2: File names for every project and client. #SMBSpringClean \u2014 leahsinger (@leahs_thoughts) April 12, 2013 A2 Make sure filenames are descriptive so you can ID them at a glance. #SMBSpringClean \u2014 Small Biz Marketing (@MarcREnriquez) April 12, 2013 Q4: What\u2019s your best tip for conquering/organizing paper files in your office? #smallbiz #SMBSpringClean \u2014 FedEx Office (@FedExOffice) April 12, 2013 Scan to existing PC "folders", encrypt w/ password all that need it and shred the documents.Backup offsight nightly.#SMBSpringClean \u2014 BusAlliesGroup LLC (@BusAlliesGroupL) April 12, 2013 Use a label maker for neatness, buy different color files, different color pendaflex, plan first, create index, act last #SMBSpringClean \u2014 JaneAnderson (@JaneAnderson) April 12, 2013 @fedexoffice a5: review them 4 current info, look at changing formats, styles/fonts 2 go with the times.not too wordy #SMBSpringClean \u2014 lifespondering by AS (@lifespondering) April 12, 2013 A5: Start by changing year. Move on to updating offers & promos #SMBSpringClean \u2014 Robert Brady (@robert_brady) April 12, 2013 @fedexoffice: Q5: Have someone who has never seen them before take a look at them & give you their thoughts#SMBSpringClean #smallbiz \u2014 Geek Dad (@GeekDad248) April 12, 2013 Disclosure: FedEx Office compensated me to participate as a small business expert during the FedEx Office Tweet Chat program and write this post. The ideas in this blog post are mine and not ideas or advice from FedEx Office.