Archive for ‘Tea time’

June 5, 2013

Vote for CommunityLinks logo

Thanks to Annie, we have 3 options for the CommunityLinks logo.

Which one do you prefer? Considering our goal – we are a group of volunteers working on bringing communities together, supporting asylum seeker’s children, offering our language knowledge to our adopted country- which logo represents our identity?

We would love to know your opinion, please take few seconds to vote!


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May 13, 2013

Inbound Marketing starts with blogging

Screen shot 2013-05-13 at 06.25.31We all know by now that blogging is the very first and most important step we must take, when we start a new business, need to direct traffic to website and improve SEO (Search Engine Optimisation). It comes right before Social Media presence. Yet only few of us do it.

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May 11, 2013

SwissLinked eBrochure

Screen shot 2013-05-11 at 10.47.44What is SwissLinked, what does it have to offer and why should people join? Our members know it already and here is an easy way to present it to every interested newcomer.

The new eBrochure is easy to browse and ideal to share on different platforms.

Click on the picture or on this link  and enjoy reading!

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April 17, 2013

Ladies First- You are invited to breakfast!

Sorry Gentlemen, this is for ladies only… a breakfast with girlfriends discovering two new  concepts.

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Haldenstrasse 5, 6340 Baar


NUSKIN developed revolutionary non-invasive anti ageing products we all heard about, but only very few have tried it. Would you like to find out if it is really that efficient?

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Susanna Kley has built up her business as a recruiter in Zug during the last 17 years. After many successful years in headhunting she has aimed to fulfil another dream and to build up the eShop, selling lingerie and swimwear to women. She will tell us about the journey, from her vision to a new web business and about the challenges of running two completely different businesses at the same time.

15 places only, book yours asap!


January 31, 2013

How to separate fact and fiction online, and avoid viruses.

One question that I get asked very often is how do I manage to filter the facts from the fiction online?
I guess the quickest answer would be, that as in real life or offline, you never take anything at face value. You must check and double check the sources, specially before you re-post the information yourself.
Very often on FB ( Facebook) I see in my newsfeed, people posting information that doesn’t make sense. A few examples following:
Facebook virus warning
Horses needing homes with a phone number enclosed
Prize offers, share to win a pair of ray-bans
Baby with cancer asking for donations
etc…the list is indeed long….
When in doubt please check some of the following pages to see if it is a hoax:

On twitter, I have had a message from someone stating that this other person was saying bad things about me with a Twitter handle, this is quite common and if you get it, please do not let your curiosity get the best out of you, and just ignore it.
Whenever you get a message, email or tweet from somebody you know with a generic title, that could be a simple as ”look at the picture I took of you” or ”this is for you”, ”look what they are saying about you”, etc…please resist the temptation and do not click on it.
Emails are the best way to spread a virus really fast, so please keep your anti virus software up to date, and read following advice..
Stay alert, it’s a jungle out there, and just because you feel comfortable at home behind the screen, it doesn’t mean that you should let your guard down.
When you get to know the online world well, you do develop a sixth sense, as you do with people in the offline world. It’s a question of practice. If something sounds or looks strange, it probably is, and when in doubt ..don’t click!

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