2

Facebook Highs and Unzip Lows

Today has been a day of very little progress 🙁

It started off well – in one evening Wah had helped me get more Likes for my Facebook business page than I’d got in two months for the last one I created. That was the good news….

The bad news was that Mark had sent me some zipped files that I needed to extract, which shouldn’t present any challenge whatsoever. I’ve done it hundreds of times. But everytime I used WinZip (a tool I paid for) I was seeing an error message saying that the file was damaged.

Not a happy bunny!

As part of my coaching I have access to Mark’s Master Mind group, so I posted asking if anyone else was having problems. Seems that no-one was. Trust me to be the only one!

Happily Ian, another group member, suggested trying a free unzip tool (7-Zip) that had worked for him and once I’d installed that, the files unzipped.

Of course, what takes 10 minutes to write about here somehow took up the entire afternoon so I was not a happy bunny. Feeling very much like the lady on the right! Much chocolate was needed to restore equilibrium and sanity.

Still – I’ve ended up the day with some extra likes and a new free unzip tool, so can’t complain too much. Tomorrow’s another day.

(If you want to use the free tool 7-Zip just type “download 7-zip” into Google and you should find a site to give you access.)

 

Please share
Joy
 

I left it too late to plan for a financially secure retirement. Don't make my mistake. Start building an extra income with a part-time (or full-time) business online. Think you don't have time? Can't afford the start-up cost? Can't meet sales targets? The businesses I promote overcome all the problems you may have had with Internet Marketing before. Contact me for free advice (no obligation) on the best fit for your circumstances.

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 2 comments
Angela McCall - February 14, 2013

You know my mac unzip my file automatically and I don’t know what app is that. I’m a little confuse. Why would Mark send you a zip file? For what purpose?

Reply
    Joy Healey - February 14, 2013

    It’s a way to send a lot of files (or just big files) compressed into something smaller and it’s faster – normally. If you have a Mac and it does it automatically don’t worry about it. You have a better solution than mine!!

    Reply

Leave a Reply: