Improve Your Office Productivity With Twitter Chat Tips





There are lots of ways to improve productivity in the office. That’s whether you work as a solopreneur from home or with employees from a traditional office.

Last week in a Twitter chat, “Enabling Small Business Efficiencies: How to Improve Your Office Productivity,” members of the small business community had much to say on the subject.

The chat featured Ramon Ray, technology evangelist and publisher of SmallBizTechnology.com @RamonRay, and Anita Campbell, founder and publisher at Small Business Trends @smallbiztrends.

Also involved in the event were members of the HP for Small Business team @HP_SmallBiz, the sponsor for this event.

From better organization to employing cloud and wireless technology, there are many ways to create a more productive office environment.

Here are some of the high points starting with how small business owners are working to make their businesses more efficient.



And here are some of the greatest challenges small business owners face on the productivity front.





Small business owners also talked about some of the technology they are already using.

 



They also talked about the most recent productivity improvements they’ve implemented.

And finally they talked about printers.

Check out the rest of the chat at #HPProductivity.

Please note that Anita and Ramon are being compensated by HP to participate on this Twitter chat and share their expertise.
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Shawn Hessinger - Editor


Shawn Hessinger Shawn Hessinger is the Executive Editor for Small Business Trends. A professional journalist with more than a decade of experience in the traditional newspaper business, he has another 10 years of experience in digital media for trade publications and news sites. Shawn has served as a beat reporter, columnist, editorial writer, bureau chief and eventually managing editor with responsibility for nine weekly newspapers, the Berks Mont Newspapers.

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  1. Aira Bongco

    Have to agree with small talks. At the beginning, it seems that it would not take as much time but soon, you’ll find that you are taking so much time.

  2. I agree on that point, time is priceless so you can do everything which saves it and then spend saved time on more important things.

  3. Martin Lindeskog

    Shawn: I enjoyed the #HPproductivity chat very much! I look forward to the next one! 🙂

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