some 2017-2019 copywritten articles

Winterizing Your Plumbing

November 4, 2020 ·  With November around the corner, have your remembered to protect your home from dropping temperatures and cold snaps? Water expands when it freezes. Ice forming in your plumbing can spell disaster. A frozen pipe can crack. Here is the bare minimum to do: Turn off outdoor faucets from inside. Disconnect hoses. If…
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Mobile Marketing Business Strategy for 2017

Posted on May 10, 2017 Well into 2017, this is a perfect time to review your small business current marketing strategies and renew your marketing efforts! Whether you have all the time and money in the world or are stretched for time and on a shoe string budget, we have several marketing tactics you can implement…
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Remote Employees, the Millennium Workforce Trend

Posted on May 17, 2017 As the world is changing, business trends for are anticipated to continue to cater and mold to the ideas of the new millennial led workforce, who according to Forbes, will comprise 75% of the workforce by 2025, (only 8 years from now). Remote work continues to soar as technologies, video conferencing…
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Wise Design Choices for Business Cards

Posted on June 4, 2017  Even in the digital age, your business card is a powerful first impression tool for networking, acquiring clients and introducing your business. Your business card is the face of your company. Presented the right way, a business card allows people to quickly remember who you are and what you offer. Tips…
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Etiquette of Japanese Business Cards: Meishi

Posted on June 9, 2017 Expectations of Your Card Foreigners are expected to come with their own bilingual business cards, meaning theses cards have two languages on them, your native language on one side with Japanese on the other. Invest only in high quality business cards. They are considered a reflection on you and your image.…
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Using Amazon’s World Domination as a Small Business

Posted on June 26, 2017  In 2014 Amazon was the starting point for 44 percent of consumers searching for products and the trend is still growing. Amazon has invested heavily in advanced algorithmic recommendation capabilities which personalize everyone’s shopping experience.  The effect is a whopping 75 percent of consumers feel no other online retailer can personalize…
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Social Media Posting Clues for Business

Posted on July 24, 2017  Using Social Media in Business A poll conducted by Emarketer.com found that: 73% of Business Owners say that finding time to write quality material for social media is one of their top challenges. There is good news for them though as Brad Semp, social media professor at Kennesaw State University of…
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Rock That Gmail!

Posted on August 7, 2017  Using Gmail for either personal or business communications? You need all the bells and whistles! Gmail Features You Probably Know About Besides the fabulous integration with other free Google services: Google+, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Hangouts and YouTube, Gmail naturally allows PDF viewing within an email, and includes access to Google Docs where you can edit,…
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Funneling Down to Your Real Target Audience

Posted on September 15, 2017  Using Research and Statistics to Find Target Groups Looking at housing trends in a random segment of Atlanta can reveal much about the target audience of a secondary industry. From Real Estate Statistics, we can take a random month and see the following: To a Realtor, depending on how many Realtors…
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Factors Motivating Millennials to Buy Homes

Posted on October 12, 2017  Reasons Millennials are Buying Homes…Number 3 Will Surprise You! A Harris Poll conducted on behalf of SunTrust Bank polled 18 to 36 year old’s who had just purchased their first home. The average age of the Millennial buyer was 29.4 with an average FICO score of 724. The loans were primarily conventional loan…
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A History of Silver as Protecting Health

Posted on October 17, 2017  Ancient cultures believed silver would keep them healthy. To prevent spoilage, the Roman Empire stored wine in silver urns. Hippocrates taught the use of silver to support healing. Early American settlers tossed silver coins into wells and barrels of water believing it would make it safe to drink. Dairy farmers used silver pails to collect milk;…
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Trends to Consider When Investing in a New Home

osted on October 18, 2017 Looking to buy a new home? Chances are you fall into several categories. Professionals preferring a home needing little or no work Creatives wanting to invest sweat equity and money over time New Trends Updated Kitchen and Bath Remodeling kitchens and baths is one of the more expensive things to…
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