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This week on #Smallbizchat LIVE our show featured three guests, Tech-Life Expert Stephanie Humphrey @techlifesteph, Business Expert Barry Moltz @BarryMoltz and Business Networking Expert Pamela Slim @pamelaslim. I pulled three of the best questions from each of them to share with you. Every third Wed of the month, Smallbizchat LIVE is broadcast on my SmallBizLady Facebook Page, YouTube channel and on Twitter @SmallBizLady. Stephanie Humphrey is a former engineer turned tech-life expert and media personality. She helps people understand how technology makes their lives easier on a variety of media platforms, including The Harry Show, Good Morning America, Home & Family, and Good Day Philadelphia. Stephanie also helps students, parents, and professionals understand how to manage their online brands through her signature seminar ‘Til Death Do You Tweet. For more information www.tildeathdoyoutweet.com. SmallBizLady: I know you are a big fan Adobe document Cloud. Can you tell us how you use Adobe products in your business? Stephanie Humphrey: I use a couple of Adobe products regularly in my business. I work with PDFs all the time and Acrobat DC is invaluable for saving documents & editing pdfs. I was also able to do all my own editing on my online course for Til Death Do You Tweet using Premiere Pro. I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to use and what a professional polish it put on my videos versus other products. SmallBizLady: What are some of your favorite apps to use? Stephanie Humphrey: The Adobe Scan app is super easy to use and helps get rid of a lot of paper. I like the ability to edit in-app and share content via email. Also, Adobe Sign is a no-brainer for any business to handle contracts quickly. SmallBizLady: Can you talk to us about ‘Til Death Do You Tweet? Stephanie Humphrey: None of us are safe when it comes to the damaging effects a negative online reputation can have. Those Snaps, tweets, and Facebook or Instagram posts can follow us around the web for years, compromising our ability to go to school, get a job, and live our lives to their fullest potential. Whether…

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