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  • Creating A Business Commercial: Four Must-Haves

    27 May 2019

    A television commercial is more than just an advertisement. A commercial is also a one-of-a-kind view of your business. Undoubtedly, you want to make a positive impression, but there are some key elements that you must include. Learn what every businesses' commercials must have. Clear Message An effective television commercial must include a clear message. Without a message or theme, the advertisement is nothing more than thirty plus seconds of jabber.

  • Thoughts For A Great Website Design

    15 May 2019

    You've more than likely seen websites that you automatically want to click away from, and you've probably also seen sites you wanted to stay on even if the website wasn't even on the topic you were searching. There is one reason for the different attitudes you would take on these two websites: the design. A badly designed website can detour visitors even if the information they are looking for is there, and a well-laid-out website with a catchy look can get people interested in looking around.

  • Three Ways Junk Car Removal Could Improve Your Property Listing

    11 April 2019

    Over the years, you may be given or have the chance to invest in multiple vehicles, which is why you might find yourself with one or more non-working cars sitting on your property. Unfortunately, if you plan to sell your home, the mere presence of a non-working vehicle could trigger red flags for potential buyers. Here are three ways junk car removal could improve your property listing.    1.    Improve Curb Appeal

  • Five Reasons Every Business Should Be Scanning Their Documents

    13 February 2019

    The world has become inundated with paper. People receive numerous pieces of mail daily. Businesses are drowning in "paperwork." It's like a chess game trying to figure out what to do with all of it, trying to discern what needs to be kept and what needs to be shredded and what needs to go in the recycling heap. Considering people have been relying on computers to conduct business for at least 20 years now, the answer to handling all this paper is surprising simple: convert the paper you need into digital images.