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Everything You’ve Wanted to Know About Blogging but Were Too Afraid to Ask

If you’ve wanted to write a blog but didn’t know where to start, join Josh Peterson, AIM Marketing Associate on June 4th at 1:00 pm MST for an AIM Webinar that will provide a basic tutorial with the know how you’ll need to build the foundation of an entertaining and lucrative blog.


Register –  Everything You’€™ve Wanted to Know About Blogging but Were Too Afraid to Ask

Spring Cleaning on our website


It’s time for all of us to check those video links. Please note that some of our AIM videos have been updated to show new labels, news updates, or changes in product information. Please check that all the video links on your MyAIMStore site are still working and then if necessary you can make changes accordingly.

We’€™ve also made updates to the Mag-nificence Snapshot and the J.R. Celski Trials to Triumph€ videos.  You can find all the AIM Companies videos on our YouTube channel

Click here to get a list of all available AIM Videos

How to: Create a business card

Whether you want to hand them out, give them away, or drop them in fishbowls to win free lunches, business cards are a business staple. You should get some. Let me show you how.

Using VistaPrint.com for your business printing needs

VistaPrint is a godsend for small business owners because it is fast, cheap, and easy. They can make just about anything – from flyers to postcards to car decals and everything in between. Plus, the more you use them, the more deals they send your way. Try stopping them from emailing you once a week. You can’t! They love you!

Head to VistaPrint.com to check them out. I’ll be using their site for this business card demonstration.

Create a business card – FREE version

Can you guess what Step One is? Ding-ding-ding! VisatPrint.com. That’s correct.

Once you’re on the VistaPrint website, look for a section that says “Business Cards” or “Products.” Go ahead and click on the “Free Business Cards” link because, hey, they’re free.

The next screen contains your business card editor. Step One is for your personal information. Be sure to include the contact information for your AIM business and don’t forget your MyAIMStore address (for instance, https://myaimstore.com/kevanlee).

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