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What to Consider When Purchasing a Hot Tub

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

A hot tub can be a large but worthwhile investment, so it’s important to make sure that you get the exact model that you need. Here is a basic outline of the steps you’ll want to take to get the best tub for you and your family. The first consideration is size. Make sure that […]

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Make Sure Your New Hot Tub Fits Your Lifestyle

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

Purchasing a new hot tub is a big decision that typically prompts the buyer to take available space, home setup and price into consideration. One essential aspect of purchasing a hot tub that is often overlooked is finding one that fits into an individual’s lifestyle. Homeowners with Limited Space Space concerns often prompt homeowners to […]

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Engine Build

by MikeBCamaro1! @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

Forum this is my first post so be gentle!!! I have not built an engine in about 30 years. tech has changed but I want your thoughts on my plan for my L82. Engine is an Original 1974 Z28 L82 forged crank hardened rods flat aluminum pistons cast 76cc heads. 9 to 1 CR. My plan is to keep lower end...

Red Shred Bark

by eholman @ Milestone Materials

Red Shred Bark | Availability:  La Crosse, WI | Tomah, WI

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Dak Prescott: 8 Things You Didn't Know About Mississippi State's Quarterback

Dak Prescott: 8 Things You Didn't Know About Mississippi State's Quarterback


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Scottsdale SEO Expert Dishes on the Effects of Curse Words in Content Marketing

by Zack Greenfield @ The Zack Greenfield Company

For the most part, SEO is serious business — but it is important that you inject personality to it as well so you can better connect to your target audience. Studies even show that sporadically sprinkling curse words over content rarely has negative effects; on the contrary, it can actually make content more impactful. A

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110 volt vs. 220 volt Hot Tubs

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

Hot Spring 110 v vs. 220 v conversion. All HotSpring 110 volt spas can be converted to 220 Volt. 110 Spas can run either the heater or the Jet pump, but not both at the same time. If you are in your spa running the jets for more than 30 minutes, you may experience some […]

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Tork Multi Color 1 1/2″

by eholman @ Milestone Materials

Tork Multi Color | Availability: La Crosse, WI | Rochester, MN | Tomah, WI

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Improve Heat Efficiency with Fireplace Inserts

by David Kasten @ Creative Energy

Bay area fireplace owners enjoy watching fires burn and value the ability to closely monitor a fire’s progress. However, most fireplaces allow too much air to enter the chimney. This limits heat efficiency. With the help of a gas or wood insert, any fireplace in San Francisco can become more efficient and useful. A wood-fueled […]

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Scottsdale SEO Experts Share 3 “New” Keyword Tactics

by Zack Greenfield @ The Zack Greenfield Company

If you’re still thinking of SEO solely in terms of on-page keyword strategy, then you’re still stuck in prehistoric SEO (sorry). In fact, in the other extreme, some experts are now saying that keywords absolutely don’t matter even a bit anymore. And you’re not alone. Many local business owners and website owners are still within

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Moon Light Granite 1 1/2″

by eholman @ Milestone Materials

Moon Light Granite | Availability: La Crosse, WI | Tomah, WI

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College Golf Camps™ – BIG 5 – Junior Golf Exposure Camp – Pinehurst, NC 2016 – Girls

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CAMP IS SOLD OUT!!! College Golf Camps is coming back to the “Home of American Golf”, Pinehurst, North Carolina, November [...]

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College Golf Camps™ – BIG 5 – Junior Golf Exposure Camp – Pinehurst, NC 2016 – Girls

by admin @ College Golf Camps™

CAMP IS SOLD OUT!!! College Golf Camps is coming back to the “Home of American Golf”, Pinehurst, North Carolina, November [...]

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Seo Marketing Packages Scio Township, Michigan

by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

#BirmingHelps Paint Creek Center for the Arts

by PCCA @ Paint Creek Center for the Arts

Bank of Ann Arbor’s Birmingham office is donating $75,000 to 15 Oakland County nonprofits and your votes will decide the recipients! Vote early and often—each person can vote once a day, per valid email address. To give your favorite nonprofit (PCCA) a boost, tell your friends to vote. Voting ends midnight, September 24. The Top […]

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Five Recruiting Tips

by scott @ HomeSmart

  By: Rob Foglio and Bill Kratz, HomeSmart Realty Advisors Co-owners/Brokers The real estate market is flooded with competing brokerage models vying for agents’ attention. It’s up to the brokers to be able to stay ahead of the competition and set themselves apart by learning what’s important to agents and capitalizing on the best opportunities to capture their eye. Our brokerage, HomeSmart Realty Advisors in Philadelphia, went from zero to 62 agents in five months. Supplementary to the support HomeSmart provides through tools, technology and centralized services, we’re sharing our top five tips to help you recruit to your brokerage. 1. Develop a seductive unique selling proposition. If you’re on the sixth floor of an elevator going down and you’re standing next to a potential recruit, what can you possibly say to them to grab their attention? That’s where your unique selling proposition comes into play. I emphasize the no broker splits aspect of our value proposition in my email signature. It’s B.S. that any REALTOR® should have to pay a percentage of their commission to the brokerage, when they do all the work. The fact that HomeSmart is a 100% commission model is, in itself, a unique selling proposition. We also use: We help REALTORS® to make more money, work fewer hours and finally live the financially-independent lifestyle they dreamed of when they first got started. Test several USPs in your marketing that highlight what agents really want. 2. Consider what agents really want. REALTORS® want to keep as much of their hard-earned commission as possible, work less and have autonomy in their business, so they can spend more time with their family (one of the main reasons why people end up in this business) and live a financially independent lifestyle. We build our brand around what agents really want at the end of the day and that’s where we start the conversation. Then we break it down and explain how we help them accomplish that. It’s not all about tools, technology and support at the beginning – that comes in later. 3. Become omnipresent using social media. Every franchise should have a face. People want to work with other people, not a company. Use a personal Facebook page and when you meet an agent, “friend” them – as many as possible. The more agents you influence, the better chance of recruiting. Without paying for sponsored ads, Facebook acts as a 24/7 networking event. There’s always a conversation taking place with real-time feedback and comments. You can see which agents are discussing pain points in their business and “friend” them. Put social media to work for you. For example, if I post something at 6 a.m. and then go about my day at recruiting appointments and networking events, that post is going to work for me all day long to get engagement, likes and my messages in front of other people. In addition to seeing us at an event or receiving a phone call from our recruiter, agents can go to my Facebook page and see everything I’ve been posting about my business. From there, I get a direct message from the agent saying, “Wow your company seems so great,” or, “That’s what I want to be doing,” and over time, social media begins to really work for you. When posting, once again consider what the agents want. With our messaging, we discuss tools and technology later and instead spend a majority of our time using marketing messages that create a rise in emotion. Think about how to get people angry that they’re working at another brokerage. Post content that will get agents to start realizing that they can do much better at your brokerage by creating an emotion for people to respond to. 4. Host monthly events. If you’re not hosting multiple, ongoing monthly live events with key industry players, you’re committing a recruiting sin and leaving so much opportunity on the table. Our number one recruiting tool is hosting lead generation events like our Ultimate Agent Mastermind. We host this event twice a month to talk about marketing, lead generation, business growth and personal development. We invite our agents and others through mass text messaging, emails and Facebook invitations. Here’s a tip: When you have happy agents, they will be your best cheerleaders and promote you to the other agents at events. We do multiple happy hours on a monthly basis that show we appreciate our REALTORS®. We host our agents and invite others, so we can network across companies in the industry. You may wonder what kind of budget we have for these events and if we’ve seen an ROI on our out-of-office budget. A great way to save money is to have these events paid for by co-sponsors in the industry (mortgage companies, title companies, warranty companies, movers, etc.) All parties pitch in for costs and all benefit by mingling with the same target audience. If you don’t co-sponsor an event, you can select inexpensive vendors and pay yourself. Putting on an event where your happy agents can mingle with real estate professionals from other brokerages, provides you with a recipe for successful recruiting, and in turn, your ROI. 5. Understand pain points/desires of target market. If you’re looking to hire more REALTORS®, you need to get to know more REALTORS®. Gather the insight you’ll need to tap into the mind of any real estate agent. This will enable you to craft marketing messages that recruit for you. Take 15 minutes every day to read up on agent forums, so you know what matters to agents. We suggest you join agent-centric Facebook groups and read comments on Inman articles and other industry publications to see how people really feel about the different real estate topics and trends. Finding time to execute these recruiting tips is half the battle when growing your brokerage. When we asked some of our fellow HomeSmart franchisees what they do to allow them more time to dedicate to recruiting, the overwhelming

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June 2017 Featured Art Market Artist: AMPT Metal Design

by PCCA @ Paint Creek Center for the Arts

AMPT Metal Designs About the Artist AMPT Metal Designs is the product of Aaron Carlson (Clarkston, MI). Carlson crafts each piece using light weight metal and wood- reclaimed whenever possible, and vibrant pops of color. His subject matter ranges from cute kitchen signs, such as “Fresh Market Produce” and “Life’s a Beach”, to more masculine Americana themes, such as “The […]

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New vs. Used Bay Area Hot Tubs

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

Hot tubs offer a pleasant way to relax and soothe muscle aches. When purchasing a hot tub in San Francisco, buyers have two main options. They can choose to buy new models, or purchase used tubs that were previously installed in other homes. Both options offer numerous benefits and a few minor drawbacks. Most new […]

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What You Ought to Find Out About Flagstaff AZ SEO Agency

by Zack Greenfield @ The Zack Greenfield Company

Search engine optimization, usually abbreviated SEO, is efficient and commonly used online marketing system. It can bring much traffic to a website, raise the number of leads you produce, and even increase the level of profits. In simpler terms, SEO is a compilation of diverse techniques you can use to rank your website highly in

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Brown Shred Bark

by eholman @ Milestone Materials

Brown Shred Bark | Availability: La Crosse, WI

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Stop Chasing Unicorns

by scott @ HomeSmart

  How HomeSmart Is Positioning Itself to Be the Ideal Brokerage That’s Real The real estate industry is constantly evolving as more vendors come into play, promising quick and painless transactions without the need for an agent. These disruptors’ claim to fame is their “modern” practice of severing the agent/consumer relationship, but that is not what brokers, agents and consumers want. They desire a modern experience with time- and cost-cutting efficiency and to know that help and support is never more than a text, call or click away. HomeSmart says the search for the ideal brokerage—that’s real—can be called off. The following article is the cover story in the October issue of RISMedia’s Real Estate magazine. The real estate industry’s appetite for disruption is challenging everything known about the business. In the right hands, it’s an exciting excuse to embrace innovation. In the wrong hands, it isolates consumers and agents throughout the industry. Being a disruptor is a claim increasingly made by brokerages and emerging technologies. Opendoor and Zillow Instant Offers have garnered a lot of attention as disruptors. In an effort to get noticed, other companies jumped on the bandwagon. But, when it comes to creating a smooth, beneficial and enjoyable real estate transaction for all parties, HomeSmart CEO Matt Widdows says disruption is the last thing the broker, agent or consumer wants. They want a modern experience, time- and cost-cutting efficiency and to know that help and support is never more than a text, click or call away. The company has been leading the charge to clear the typical brokerage clutter for well over the last decade, providing a business model positioned to thrive in an otherwise uncertain climate. “Through all the market’s uncertainty, HomeSmart’s high-service, low-cost model, enabled by a cohesive software platform and toolset, continues to be the most reliable, high-performing approach that delivers consistency and value,” says Widdows. In this regard, says HomeSmart, the search for the ideal brokerage—that’s real—can be called off. HomeSmart has found a business model to which a growing number of agents and brokers flock. There are nearly 14,000 agents throughout the country, and HomeSmart intends to add another thousand before year’s end. “I think disruption is helping our model in many ways,” says Widdows. “We’re very technology-based already. We’re in a good position moving forward. Companies relying on heavy revenue streams based on agent commissions are going to have a hard time adapting.” Perhaps this is why Keller Williams recently announced it would set aside $1 billion for technology development to combat disruption, suggests Widdows. HomeSmart, which has been running on its proprietary software for more than a decade, is poised to go head-to-head with a disrupted market. “Our motto is that if we have to do it twice, automate it,” says Widdows, adding that technology is not in any position to oust agents from their business if the right model is established. It’s not easy for agents and brokers to recognize the right model. A lack of consistent reporting within the industry is keeping them from accurately comparing what every brokerage offers. The result is a struggle for finding true transparency. An agent may join a company that offers 100 percent commission, thinking they’ll keep all their money, but then they’re hit with fees left and right. Agents are having to learn the hard way that not all brokerages are designed equally. In man versus machine, technology can’t compete with a real estate agent as a local expert. Yes, more than half of buyers found the home they purchased online, according to the National Association of REALTORS®; however, 88 percent of buyers purchased their home through an agent or broker. “I think disruption within the industry that keeps the process personal, but allows the consumer to have more control, influence and information, is a healthy disruption,” says HomeSmart COO and President Ashley Bowers. Unhealthy disruption, Bowers adds, is anything that comes between the agent and consumer. “Buying a home is one of the most stressful things anyone goes through, and is typically the largest investment anyone makes,” says Bowers. “To take out the expert in the process and move into a 100 percent technical or online approach, you lose the non-emotional guidance. Consumers need to have an advocate or expert in their corner who isn’t emotionally tied to the transaction. It’s the service the agent provides well beyond finding a home.” The agent manages transactions from start to finish, and HomeSmart is focused on making it as easy as possible for agents to do their job. More than a quarter of agents and 21 percent of brokers reported spending between $501 and $2,000 on technology between May 2016 and May 2017. At HomeSmart, that number is zero. “Agents will come in because of our fee structure, which includes a lot of value-adds such as technology at no cost,” says Widdows. “At the end of the day, though, agents stay because of our service. It’s the core of who we are.” The trait that HomeSmart says sets its service above the competition is integration. “We’re the first company out there that actually provides a 100 percent end-to-end integrated technology platform,” says Todd Sumney, CMO for HomeSmart. “As a broker or agent, you can put all of your business in one platform. When an agent joins us, they aren’t being nickel-and-dimed with technology costs to support different components of their business.” HomeSmart is a one-stop shop for agents. When they join, they receive access to proprietary software that streamlines the entire buying and selling process. Agents gain access to a dashboard called RealSmart Agent that shares information with their broker counterpart’s dashboard, RealSmart Broker. In addition to saved time on simple data entry, HomeSmart’s model puts operational standards in place for all aspects of the business. For example, teams are expected to process paperwork on transactions within 48 hours. What’s even better? A solitary login to access the entire dashboard. It’s this efficiency that attracted Bryan Brooks, senior vice president of

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HomeSmart Paid For My New Car!

by scott @ HomeSmart

  By: Tori Rosenblum At HomeSmart, when we talk to prospective agents or franchise owners, we’re met with questions like: How is that possible? What’s the catch? We get a lot of resistance because people don’t understand how we can do what we do and provide such great value at such a low cost. So, we want to share some stories from agents who’ve made the smart move and as a result, have taken their saved commissions and reinvested them in order to grow their business and enrich their lives. John Douglas, a HomeSmart Realty Group agent from Denver, Colorado, is a great example of this. He’s been an agent for 21 years, heard of HomeSmart from a previous co-worker and decided to make the switch. Read the following Q & A about the positive impact switching to HomeSmart’s 100 percent model made on his life.   Q: How did you hear about HomeSmart? A: Having been in the Colorado Real Estate industry for 21 years, I have seen both the traditional and non-traditional brokerage models in action. I was with a traditional brokerage until 2003 and then came over to my colleague, Brad Smith’s, 100 percent concept company, Home Real Estate. In 2012, Brad acquired the HomeSmart franchise, HomeSmart Realty Group, which was the best thing to ever happen to me professionally. Q: Why did you switch to HomeSmart? A: I decided to make the switch to the 100 percent model thanks to Brad. I knew he was a fine and honest man who had his agents’ best interest at heart. As a HomeSmart franchisee, he provided all the good stuff — things I was not getting from the traditional model. So I decided to make the plunge and went to work for Brad. Q: Where did your commission go? A: Within my first year at HomeSmart, I saved $20,000. I took that money and bought a brand new car with cash! Think about it. That’s $20,000 I saved based off HomeSmart’s commission structure. $20,000 I was used to paying the traditional brokerage every year. After working for many years at a traditional real estate model, it was a breath of fresh air coming over to the 100 percent commission plan. At my previous brokerage we had a split program, plus we paid a desk fee and every couple months there was another fee that was added – we had to pay for our photo copies, this, that and the other. So when I came to the 100 percent concept with Brad, it was like “oh my gosh, I found heaven!” Q: What makes you successful in real estate? A: Having been in the business since 1995, I have built countless relationships through being an agent. One of my greatest successes was when I had five listings on the same block a couple years ago. It was funny because an agent would call me saying, “I’m at the house and can’t get the lock box to work.” And I’d say, “Well, two doors down is the one that you want.” They’d just stop at the first yard sign and be at the wrong house. That’s the power of referrals; one neighbor uses me and the others follow suit. But I’m able to keep them happy thanks to the resources and support given to me at HomeSmart. Q: What’s your favorite thing about HomeSmart? A: I love the automated system, the videos with every listing and the SmartPanel. I can know my status on every file at a glance; it’s just so perfect! In the past, I had to struggle and dig through mounds of paperwork. I’d have stacks at the office, at home and in my car and this keeps my files all together in one place. So I’m grateful for the technology, not to mention, our brokers are so supportive and helpful. You can reach them at any time. The staff does their job and shakes their finger at me every once in awhile because I missed something, but they remain very encouraging and they want us to succeed. I appreciate the positive support and sense of community. I absolutely love HomeSmart and I preach that all the time. In fact, my grandkids are shocked when they see me in anything but a HomeSmart shirt. When it comes down to it, I’m proud to have made the smart move. If you’re a prospective franchisee who’s interested in learning more about the HomeSmart model, visit homesmart.com/franchising. Or, if you’re an agent interested in saving more of the commissions you earn, visit homesmart.com.

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Internet Marketing Pricing Oakland County, Michigan

by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

College Golf Camps™ – BIG 5 – Junior Golf Exposure Camp – Pinehurst, NC 2016 – Boys

by admin @ College Golf Camps™

CAMP IS SOLD OUT!!! College Golf Camps is coming back to the “Home of American Golf”, Pinehurst, North Carolina, November [...]

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Gold Shred Bark

by eholman @ Milestone Materials

Gold Shred Bark | Availability: La Crosse, WI | Tomah, WI

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Side draft roots blower?

by Stovebolter @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

It’s been a long damn time since I’ve been on a forum but I find myself coming to Hotrodders for questions. Amazing how little info I can find in forum and on net for side draft roots blowers. I really don’t want a Maggie or Procharger. No offense but want to bring back my 80’s roots. Pun intended....

Spascaping for Summer

by David Kasten @ Creative Energy

  Create an oasis in your backyard for the maximum relaxation and pleasure! To help you get inspired, we’ve created a pinterest board ripe with backyard landscaping ideas just in time for summer! Tips to bear in mind when Spascaping for Summer Start with a non-slip and durable walkway to your hot tub. Brick or […]

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New Opportunity to Earn CFD!

by mbaldwin @ AIFD

Becoming a Certified Floral Designer (CFD®) There are two ways to become an internationally recognized Certified Floral Designer: Attend and […]

Finding The Right SEO Malaysia Consultant

by Alexander Spencer @ White Scanoe

When you step inside the world of online marketing, there is so much ground you need to cover. For a fact, going online and marketing your products and services worldwide is a big step towards the growth of your service. Nevertheless, not every business person who goes on the internet attains what every business owner […]

Yes, Your Local Business Needs to Use Bluetooth Beacons – Google Says So

by Zack Greenfield @ The Zack Greenfield Company

Technology keeps making it better and easier for both customers and businesses, with Bluetooth beacons as one of the coolest innovations in the past couple of years. Location-based marketing is really big and promises to provide a more effective way for businesses like you to reach out and connect with your customers. While it used to be

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Dresser Trap 1 1/2″

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Dresser Trap | Availability: La Crosse, WI | Rochester, MN

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Seo Service Package Birmingham, Michigan

by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

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by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

Support Hurricane Relief Efforts with WolfNet

by Marketing Team @ WolfNet

Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas in late August.  The aftermath left 30,000 people displaced and at least $70 billion in damages. WolfNet is proud to be a part of the Keller Williams family which is headquartered out of Austin, Texas. As a leading provider of websites and responsive IDX, we have been serving KW agents and […]

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Endless Pools Swim Spas: The Endless Features and Benefits

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

Swimming lovers, rejoice! Thanks to Endless Pools, you no longer have to install a traditional lap pool in your home in order to have a private at-home swim experience.  Endless Pools allow you to create your own private swimming oasis at home without costing a fortune or disrupting your property and home. What is an […]

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Chevy 5.7 engine hesitation

by ronrw2b2@gmail.com @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

I have a problem that I haven't run into before. I have a K2500 with a 5.7 TBI engine. It starts fine, has a little miss during idle, and runs good untill it reaches normal operating temperature. When I try to accelerate it hesitates and I'm getting a little backfire through the TBI. After tapping...

Christmas in Maine Raffle

by Danielle at Greater Lowell Chamber @ Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce

Enter for your chance to spend a weekend of your choice in December in York, Maine with 11 of your closest family and friends! This will surely get you in the holiday spirit! The lucky winner will receive: Two-night stay at a luxury home that sleeps 12 in York, Maine […]

3 Signs Your Brokerage Back Office Is Inefficient

by scott @ HomeSmart

  By: Bryan Brooks Have you noticed inefficiencies in your back office? As a broker/owner, it’s critical to assess your brokerage operations objectively, so you can fairly determine whether or not your business is running efficiently. Check out this infographic highlighting three signs your brokerage back office is inefficient. For more information on whether or not your brokerage is running efficiently, read Bryan Brooks’ RISMedia article.   To learn more about the HomeSmart business model and why switching to a HomeSmart franchise could be great for your business, click here or contact Bryan Brooks at bbrooks@hsmove.com.

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Dresser Trap 3/4″

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Dresser Trap | Availability: La Crosse, WI

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GLCC Office Closed TODAY from 11:30am-2:00pm

by Danielle at Greater Lowell Chamber @ Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce office will be closed today from approximately 11:30am-2:00pm. We will be at our mixer at Visiting Angels – everyone is welcome! Lunch Mixer with Visiting Angels Wednesday, March 8th 12:00-1:30pm 111 Chelmsford Street (next to Dunkin Donuts) Chelmsford, MA *** No cost to attend. […]

Tool for cutting rectangles in aluminum dash

by cerial @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

Image: https://preview.ibb.co/geQwvb/dash_mockup.jpg (https://ibb.co/j02y8w) I made a mock up of what I want to do on my dash out of some poster board. The final thing will only have 2 rows of 4 switches. But the height will be the same of the viable rows. It is hard to see. But I have 4...

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Thinking Outside The Box: Attracting Agents with Creativity & Innovation

by scott @ HomeSmart

  By: HomeSmart Realty Advisors Co-owners Bill Kratz and Robert Foglio In today’s competitive real estate industry, with brokerage models vying for agents’ attention, it’s important to continue to stay ahead of the competition. Over time, it’s easy for a brokerage to become stagnant and lose their creative edge that draws agents in, but you can’t lose focus. We spoke to RISMedia about how we’ve managed to grow our agent count dramatically and help our agents succeed thanks to creative flexibility. There are many reasons why brokers struggle to attract agents, but we have three foolproof ways to help you draw positive attention to your brokerage. 1. Educational Classes That Teach Agents How To Market Themselves Provide training classes and workshops that teach agents about marketing and empower them to look at themselves as CEOs of their own business. Along with free education, offer marketing, technology and IT support at no cost, as well as a generous commission structure that helps agents achieve their income and investment goals. At HomeSmart Realty Advisors, our agent count has increased from 12 to 40 in the past six months. We attribute our growth to providing educational mastermind workshops to agents at no charge. 2. Imaginative Marketing Tactics That Makes You Original To generate leads for prospective real estate attorneys, think of clever or catchy ads, promotions or marketing campaigns that are outside of the box. You’ll stand out and be memorable. Our most creative marketing campaign we’ve run was when we mass mailed mini back scratchers with a note that said: “I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine.” It was such a hit, our phone rang off the hook with responses! 3. Innovative Technology That Allows for Creative Flexibility Agents gain much value from technologies like CRMs and transaction management systems, but what many don’t have are end-to-end technologies that speak to one another. Brokers should provide their agents with technology that supports every aspect of the transaction and their business as a whole. We’re able to grow and operate as successfully as we are, in such a short amount of time, because of the value added from HomeSmart’s proprietary technology. Creativity is key to attracting agents and our Marketing Design Center has editable templates for listing presentations, business cards, social media and signs that make branding easy. It’s one of the best systems in the industry and is constantly being updated, so agents are being seen with the best-looking materials out there. It’s crucial to affiliate with a real estate company that allows you to focus on your vision for your brokerage. We strive for our agents to earn more money, while working fewer hours, and this is made possible thanks to the HomeSmart business model and the creative flexibility it allows. Looking for a fresh perspective on how to grow your  brokerage? Or want to learn more about the HomeSmart franchise model? Contact Bryan Brooks at bryan.brooks@hsmove.com or call 800-383-7051 for a consultation.

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Chevy 5.7 engine hesitation

by ronrw2b2@gmail.com @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

I have a problem that I haven't run into before. I have a K2500 with a 5.7 TBI engine. It starts fine, has a little miss during idle, and runs good untill it reaches normal operating temperature. When I try to accelerate it hesitates and I'm getting a little backfire through the TBI. After tapping...

Real Estate Trends for 2017

by Marketing Team @ WolfNet

Tracking real estate trends is the realtor’s secret weapon for strategizing their sales process. Knowing what to expect gives you the advantage of communicating more clearly what your buyers and sellers can expect in the upcoming season. Setting realistic goals can also help you budget and forecast what your potential earnings could be by the […]

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Nominate a Business/Organization for Member of the Year!

by Danielle at Greater Lowell Chamber @ Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce

In true Greater Lowell Chamber fashion, we’ve decided to add something new and exciting to our 23rd Annual Membership Meeting – our 1st Annual Member of the Year Award! Please take a minute or two to nominate a business or organization that demonstrates some or all of the following: Commitment to […]

Breakfast with Secretary Jay Ash

by Danielle at Greater Lowell Chamber @ Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce

We are thrilled that Secretary of Housing and Economic Development, Jay Ash, will be joining us and we hope you will too! Thank you to our premier sponsor Trinity EMS! Tuesday, July 25, 2017 Middlesex Community College Cowan Center, Cafeteria 33 Kearney Square Lowell, MA 01852 7:30-8:00am – Networking 8:00-9:00am – […]

Best 7 Photographers in Prescott, AZ

Best 7 Photographers in Prescott, AZ


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Choose The Right SEO Consultant For Your Company

by Alexander Spencer @ White Scanoe

As soon as you step inside the world of online marketing, there is so much ground you need to cover. For a fact, going online and marketing your products and services globally is a huge step to the development of your organisation. Nevertheless, not every business owner who goes online achieves what every businessman desires […]

Seo Package Pricing Allendale Charter Township, Michigan

by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

Wood Chips

by eholman @ Milestone Materials

Wood Chips | Availability:  Tomah, WI

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Prescott SEO - The Zack Greenfield Company

Prescott SEO - The Zack Greenfield Company


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How to Recruit Successful, Reliable Agents to Your Brokerage

by scott @ HomeSmart

  Recruiting agents to your brokerage isn’t just about quantity, but quality. It is important to understand who would be best to hire and what it takes to recruit such agents. HomeSmart Customer Relations Director Angel Chambers, provides foolproof recruiting tips in a commentary with RISMedia. By: Angel Chambers Recruiting agents to a 100-percent brokerage model is twofold: agent count is crucial to grow and be sustainable; however, it’s obviously important to ensure you’re bringing quality agents on board. Know Who to Hire When recruiting to your brokerage, look for agents who are actively conducting real estate. Although 100-percent models are a good fit for part-time agents or people looking to invest in a new career, for the model to be sustainable, you should have agents who are producing at least one transaction per month. From an ethical standpoint, advise your recruiters to conduct background checks on their agents and teach their franchisees how to do a public search. It’s important to hire ethical people who represent your brand properly and can protect the reputation of the company. Provide a Marketing Plan A marketing plan that provides a clear roadmap to successful recruiting is key to a growing brokerage, yet so many franchisors don’t offer one. Equip each franchise with an extensive marketing plan that tells them exactly what they need to do to successfully recruit and market in their area. Beyond that, further break down the structure of the department as far as who handles the cold-calling/prospecting activities versus who handles the warm leads and involvement in the community. Understand Marketing vs. Prospecting Be sure your recruiters understand they are prospecting for agents, not necessarily marketing to them. This helps define the importance of consistency in their efforts. In order to prospect successfully, research models both similar and different to yours. For example, as a transaction-based model, HomeSmart knows we’re more appealing to those in a traditional brokerage. This is because there’s value in what we offer, especially with our commission structure. Agents at a traditional brokerage recognize the value of our 100-percent model, making it difficult to justify the structure they’re in. The marketing plan should also highlight some of the other pain points that may not be obvious. Traditional Model Pain Points Commission split – Agents ask themselves why they give away between 30 and 50 percent of their earnings when they could keep 100 percent and have the transaction fee in place. Cost of tools, technology and training – Agents find they could receive all of this at no additional cost when they join our brokerage. Lack of support – Brokers and admins at traditional brokerages wear every hat. We have a dedicated department for each agent need. Transaction-Based Model Pain Points Sacrificing support – If in a similar model to one that’s transaction-based, agents might have low fees or the 100-percent commission structure, while sacrificing that for support, tools and technology. More fees – Agents typically need to outsource tools and technology, which means they’re not only incurring more fees, but also using more systems, which is inconvenient. Listen to Agents People get caught up in trying to promote their company, and, as a result, they end up missing the target of what’s important to that individual agent. Take a unique step in order to be aware of an agent’s wants and needs. Send out a questionnaire that tells you the three most important items to the agent before you even meet with them. After that, hone in on how your company provides solutions to those pain points. Round out the efforts by speaking to the entire value proposition of your unique model. The goal of your company’s model should be to provide the training, support and tools to help agents be the definition of their own success. A strong real estate model is plug and play. If you provide agents everything they need to be successful, then it’s just a matter of applying those tools and being consistent with those efforts. For more information, please visit HomeSmart.com/YesYouCan.

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Scottsdale SEO Experts Share Tips on Optimizing Site Architecture

by Zack Greenfield @ The Zack Greenfield Company

What makes great web design, well, great? If you remove the different elements of web design, from the graphics and images to the white space and kerning, you can tell that a website is well-designed and well-built if it has a solid site architecture. Why is website architecture important? According to a Scottsdale SEO expert,

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Your Body Heals in Water [Infographic]

by David Kasten @ Creative Energy

How Does Water Do a Body Good? Water is one of the most natural and familiar things on this earth. Not only are our bodies around 60% water but 71% of the earth’s surface is covered in it. It should come as no surprise then that water does a body good- inside and out. Unleash […]

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What fuel pump is on this 327?

by Vetteman61 @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

Hello, My dad's '61 Corvette has a 327. From the numbers on the block, it appears to be a mid 60's 327. We know very little about the fuel pump that is on the car now, however none of the replacement fuel pumps we can find look the same. Can anyone determine by the pictures below what we have...

How To Print Canvas Photos Online

by Alexander Spencer @ White Scanoe

Canvas picture have been for centuries a costly, unreachable product for the vast majority of individuals. Oil painting pictures, household pictures and landscape required the hiring of an artist to produce a long-term prominent memory. The new digital age has actually changed this. Digital photography along with digital printing transformation have actually made canvas image […]

Is Your Technology Supporting Compliance or Putting You at Risk?

by scott @ HomeSmart

  HomeSmart Phoenix Designated Broker, Trudy Moore, discusses the importance of brokerages using an online transaction management system for regulatory review and risk reduction. See the full RISMedia article below. By: Trudy Moore In today’s litigious society, brokerages need to be using an online transaction management system for regulatory review and risk reduction. Whether your brokerage uses a proprietary system or pays to use one like SkySlope, you should be using a system that can manage mass amounts of emails and files of paperwork.   Depending on the location of your brokerage, associations and departments of real estate have different requirements. If you’re a large brokerage, you need to be careful of what it is that you require in each file. If you require too much, you’re setting yourself up for failure—it will be challenging to collect and verify each document. You should have a system in place that allows you to require a certain amount of standard documents in each sale file that the brokerage has to fulfill every single time. Every transaction can vary. For example, if you represent the buyer, include the buyer advisory; if there’s sewer or septic, include that disclosure. Use a system that allows flexibility with each particular transaction. From a risk management standpoint, brokerages should use everyday tasks to inform and educate agents. A system that notifies the agent when he/she misses a document in a purchase contract and sends the agent what they’re missing, and why they need it, acts as an educational tool. At HomeSmart, our system has a feature called Quick Codes that allows the brokerage to enter a shortcut, which sends a particular consistent message every time, which is very important when you’re with a large brokerage. Quick Codes provides the broker with the ability to quickly and effectively notify the agent of what they’re missing and why it’s necessary. Use contract review as an education tool—agents will know not to make the same errors again. It is important to have systems and processes in place, like Quick Codes, that drive compliance. When a broker applies for errors and omissions (E&O) insurance, the insurer checks to see if the brokerage’s files are compliant and is looking to see what processes are in place to ensure regulatory protocol is followed. The systems make it easier for the insurance broker, who shops the marketplace, to apply on their behalf. Something we do to ensure risk reduction is offer agents a zero E&O insurance deductible if they have four required documents in file: State Approved Contract, Seller Property Disclosure Statement, proof they offered the buyer a home warranty and the Buyer Inspection Notice Seller Response Form (B.I.N.S.R.). This special offer gives our agents reason to double check their files and make sure the documents are filled out correctly. As a result, our E&O claim is incredibly low. Tech, people and process reduce risk. If your systems provide access to paperwork online and make processes efficient for brokers so they can spend more time responding to agents; your brokers are responsive and pick up the phone immediately to answer agent questions; and agents have the ability to self-service, then you minimize risk and maximize compliance. Complying with the regulatory boards is easy with a system that allows brokers and agents to find what they need, reproduce it, or save and print. Is your brokerage doing what it can to support compliance? For more information, please visit HomeSmart.com/YesYouCan. Trudy Moore, a licensee in Arizona for 33 years, is the Designated Broker at HomeSmart. In her role, she leads a team of Managing Brokers, oversees 5,800+ licensees and teaches continuing education classes. For more information about joining HomeSmart as an agent, visit Homesmart.com/join, or visit HomeSmart.com/Franchising for franchising opportunities.

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15-Minute Soak to Better Nights Sleep

by David Kasten @ Creative Energy

Spending time in a hot tub before going to bed can lead to a deeper and more peaceful sleep. The National Sleep Foundation found that about 132 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, like insomnia, more than one night a week. Lack of sleep can leave you feeling nervous, groggy and depressed or cause erratic […]

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Electric Fireplaces: Great for Summer!

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

If you think that summer is an odd time to consider a fireplace purchase, think again! Electric fireplaces provide all of the coziness and atmosphere of a real crackling fireplace while emitting minimal amounts of heat. An electric Bay Area fireplace is the perfect accompaniment to a mild evening—even in the summer. An electric fireplace […]

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What is a seo Company Byron Township, Michigan

by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

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2017 Abstract Exhibition

by PCCA @ Paint Creek Center for the Arts

Opening Saturday, September 23, 2017 Gallery Talk 4:00-5:00PM | Reception 5:00-7:00PM Exhibition Viewing Dates: 9/23/17 — 10/21/17 Join us in the upstairs gallery September 23rd for the unveiling of our latest show- Abstract! This diverse collection of 2-D and 3-D work will take you on a thoughtful journey of how the artistic mind perceives through the use […]

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4 Keys to Winning Every Buyer or Seller Presentation

by scott @ HomeSmart

  In today’s market, with inventory down, agents need to make sure to pick up every listing they can. HomeSmart has designed a solution, flexible enough to customize on the go, with answers to any questions a seller may have about how the agent intends to sell their home and information about HomeSmart and our practices. Our digital and printed listing presentation has everything agents need to wow in the first meeting. Those who master our listing presentation turn appointments into success and income for themselves and the brokerage, and build a long list of happy clients. HomeSmart Chief Marketing Officer Todd Sumney, discusses the importance of a top of the line listing presentation in a commentary with RISMedia. By: Todd Sumney There is one thing that every successful real estate agent must master to be successful: his or her presentation. Convincing buyers and sellers to hire you instead of someone else requires skill, attention to detail and finesse. And if you can’t convince the customer to hire you, the rest of your real estate skills don’t matter and never even come into the picture. So what are the keys to winning the appointment and getting hired by your customer? In my fifteen years of working with agents, I have seen that there are four things that have shown themselves to be the keys to winning a buyer or seller presentation. Those who master these four items turn appointments into success and income, and build a long list of happy clients. Step 1: Prepare ahead of time. The biggest requirement in my experience is preparation. Preparation does not have to mean a lot of prep time before every appointment. As a matter of fact, pre-planning and preparation can enable you to be ready with a killer presentation in less than 15 minutes when you get that last-minute call from the customer. If you aspire to be a top-performing agent, you must have the following prepared and ready to go at a moment’s notice: 10 pre-printed presentations to sellers 10 pre-printed presentations to buyers An electronic presentation in PowerPoint, Keynote or PDF Once this is completed, all you have to do is grab your pre-prepared master presentation, add in the CMA, and run out the door to your next successful appointment. Step 2: Win with volume. For most of our customers, buying or selling a home is the most expensive purchase they will ever make. They need assurance that you are knowledgeable, prepared, and professional—and they need information to set them at ease. Time and time again, I’ve seen agents that come in to a presentation with a larger volume of information (i.e., more pages of information) interpreted to be more professional and trustworthy by the consumer, while those who come in with a “big personality” and only a few pages printed out are interpreted to be arrogant, not as prepared and less professional. Now that doesn’t mean you go over every bit of information with the customer in the appointment. When you show up with and leave behind a thick 60-120-page presentation behind, the customer will compare you against your competition—and let’s just say volume or more pages usually wins. At HomeSmart, our master presentations are 60 pages before the CMA and testimonials; agent marketing and partner info is even put into the presentation. The bottom line: more preparation and creating more pages, is a big key to success. Step 3: Customize your presentation in the driveway. With the advancements in iPads, tablets and digital cameras, there is no excuse for not walking through the customer’s front door with a listing presentation customized with the photo of your client’s current home. At HomeSmart, we teach agents to open up their presentation in PowerPoint or Keynote on the street in front of the potential listing, take a photo with their iPad or tablet, insert the new photo, customize the text/name on page one, and walk in with a custom presentation with the customer’s name and photo of their home. Presenting your customer with a customized listing presentation shows professionalism, marketing skills, and attention to detail—and it’s easy to do, even if you only have 15 minutes’ notice. Step 4: Leave a print copy behind. Even though the electronic and iPad/tablet versions of a presentation have a “wow” factor and present you as a cutting-edge, technically-savvy agent, customers tell me that they still prefer a printed version, and they prefer that you leave that printed version behind. They want to read every page to absorb as much knowledge and information as possible, and they want to compare you against the other agents that they are going to or have interviewed. In surveying top agents, I’ve found that most of the top producers use a combination of both electronic and print, but if they can only use one of the two; they will use a printed presentation. Don’t take the lazy path. Take the time to print your presentation out and put it in a beautiful printed folder. Action Item: Block out two hours from 8 to 10 a.m. every day to prepare your master presentations and pre-print them. Do this until you have these four key items completed and mastered. (For those of you at HomeSmart, we have them already done for you—just download them and order them pre-printed from the Marketing Design Center.) For more information about joining HomeSmart as an agent, please visit HomeSmart.com/join.

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Marine timing curve

by meborder @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

Curious about the timing curve on my boat.... It is powered by a pre-vortec 4.3L v6 which wears a 2-jet carburetor and a prestolite distributor. I upgraded the ignition with a pertronix igniter 2 and a MSD blaster 2 coil (which matched the performance requirements of the igniter 2) so...

Tool for cutting rectangles in aluminum dash

by cerial @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

Image: https://preview.ibb.co/geQwvb/dash_mockup.jpg (https://ibb.co/j02y8w) I made a mock up of what I want to do on my dash out of some poster board. The final thing will only have 2 rows of 4 switches. But the height will be the same of the viable rows. It is hard to see. But I have 4...

SilkBalance Skin Care

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

SilkBalance Basics SilkBalance uses a unique formula that is simple to use and cleans your bay area hot tub while keeping your skin moisturized. It is scent-free, contains no known allergens and is environmentally friendly. In addition, SilkBalance does not have the chemical smell of most other hot tub water treatments, and it does not […]

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Seo Marketing Packages Jackson County, Michigan

by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

Tips for Landscaping Around Your Hot Tub

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

Hot tubs in the San Francisco bay area are a great way to keep yourself healthy and relaxed. But for the best relaxation experience as well as the best way to optimize the value of your hot tub, the right landscaping is essential. Start with a non-slip and durable walkway to your hot tub. Brick […]

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Moon Light Granite 1″

by eholman @ Milestone Materials

Moon Light Granite | Availability: La Crosse, WI | Tomah, WI

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Seo Co Frenchtown Township, Michigan

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  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

TEN THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

by zstroot @ Mills Gymnastics USA

Despite over 8 weeks of construction delays and ongoing equipment delivery delays; we have opened the new space. Thanks goes to our friends, team kids, booster club parents, and our staff for amazing help and efforts! Although our new space is open, it is far from complete. Renovations will continue. We have added 55 new parking spaces on the west side (backside) of the building. Please Check out and start using the new west entrance. […]

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Marine timing curve

by meborder @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

Curious about the timing curve on my boat.... It is powered by a pre-vortec 4.3L v6 which wears a 2-jet carburetor and a prestolite distributor. I upgraded the ignition with a pertronix igniter 2 and a MSD blaster 2 coil (which matched the performance requirements of the igniter 2) so...

Seo Company Packages Macomb County, Michigan

by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

Natural Shred Bark

by eholman @ Milestone Materials

Natural Shred Bark | Availability:  La Crosse, WI

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Should Your Flagstaff SEO Agency Be Generating Organic or Paid Traffic?

by Zack Greenfield @ The Zack Greenfield Company

This is a question that business owners have to deal with when they are thinking about an SEO strategy. In order to know which one you should go with it is important to understand the difference between organic traffic and paid traffic. Organic traffic is the kind that you generate by actually doing SEO. You

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Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton

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Ivy League Junior Golf Camps Princeton BIG 5 Trump National Doral, Miami, Florida, West Lake Village, Los Angeles, California and [...]

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Michigan Man Arrested For Armed Robbery

Michigan Man Arrested For Armed Robbery


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Hydromassage Health Benefits

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

If you’re looking into Bay Area hot tubs but haven’t made a purchase yet, wait no more! It’s time to relax and enjoy the health benefits of hydromassage. Hot tub jets provide hydromassage, which can benefit both the body and mind. Massage and hydromassage are well-known relaxation aides. Hydromassage is especially suited for sore muscles […]

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The Practical Magic of Hyper-local Content for Real Estate

by scott @ HomeSmart

  By Heather Sittig Jackson, Relola CEO What matters most? Your annual transactions. Your website. Your Facebook followers. Your testimonials. It’s a trick question, really. All these things are important to showcase as you build your personal real estate brand. But, they aren’t the most important things to buyers and sellers. Buyers and sellers put one other factor above all of those: your local expertise. In the Zillow Group’s Report on Consumer Trends, 82 percent of homeowners said local expertise matters most of all. That means your prospects want to know what you know. They want your understanding of market data, yes, but they really want broader context about your local area. How has the community changed? What does business look like in your area? How have the demographics shifted? What new plans are in place for residential construction? What kind of changes are people making to their homes? Write about the listings you visit, whether they’re yours or not. Whether you took a buyer through the property or visited as part of a caravan, you’ve probably seen anywhere from one to ten homes this week alone. And, if you did have a buyer with you, you were probably explaining all about the area, how the house was upgraded or maybe what opportunities you envisioned for the home or the area. Everything you said was hyper-local and it was pure gold. So now imagine that you can capture that content in order to share it with other buyers! It sounds magical, but it’s actually very practical. Buyers rely on your expertise as they look at listings. Sellers want to know you know the area and the marketplace inside and out. That’s where Relola comes in. After you preview a property, take a moment and open the Relola app to create an Insight– our version of a mini-blog post. Use our simple prompts to capture your thoughts on the listing. You can type them or even use your talk-to-text feature. Then you publish and the platform broadcasts your Insight to your social channels. Your Insight is then also added to your interactive map, creating a comprehensive snapshot of your local expertise. You know who else cares about local? Google. I hear this from so many agents: How do I enhance my site? How do I get found by Google? And Google has the answer: create the right content for the right people. Give them something to find when they search for your area. And, even better, give them content to engage with when they find you! But that might be easier said than done. Creating hyper-local content isn’t just about your state, or even your city. It’s about what’s outside your front door. It’s about what you see and do everyday. And it’s about your unique, one-of-a-kind, truly authentic experience as a real estate professional. Write about neighborhood features that make your community unique. Where do you like to go for coffee? When is that new gallery opening? Why did that one bank become a restaurant? How hot is that playground in the summer sun? Which deli delivers on Fridays? You know the details that make a community come alive, whether or not your prospect already lives there. Here’s how Relola can help. With the Relola app, you can put those neighborhood features into context, adding pins to your interactive map that you share on your Facebook business page and website. Connect with your trusted service providers. So much of your local expertise is tied to what you know, but also who you know. And you know the people your clients and prospects need to know: The painter who does meticulous work, the lender that makes house calls, the dog walker who has the magic touch. Those references are another way you’re valuable to your local community, and Relola helps you capture your network with the Reloladex. This tool lets you add the trusted service providers you recommend already– only with a simple-to-use tool that you can embed in your Facebook business page and website. Hyper-local content is the mandate of local real estate professionals. But, you’re busy in the business of real estate. Our goal is to help make creating that content as painless as possible, helping you create, share and celebrate your expertise in a beautiful way. For more information, visit homesmart.relola.com.

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Seo Company Packages Monroe, Michigan

by marketingadmin @ Midwest Marketing Online

  Search engine optimization is crucial but search engine optimization has a price. Search engine optimization is supposed to be the most significant method that provides you a good idea to market your business online and also let’s you pay attention to your target customers completely irrespective of location of your company. Search engine optimization …

Fire Pits: Everything You Need to Know

by Creative Energy @ Creative Energy

Summer is here! As we transition from spring and start to savor the warmer weather, many of us turn our attention to the outdoors. You might start seriously planning a summer vacation, camping trip, or how to maximize the outdoor oasis closest to you: Your backyard. One of the hottest backyard trends is the elegant and […]

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University of Central Florida – Emily Marron – Junior Golf Exposure Camp – Girls – 12.16.17

by College Golf Camps @ College Golf Camps™

  Registration Begins: September 1, 2017 Entry Deadline: December 1, 2017 Camp Fee: $225.00 Deposit: $225.00 Open To: Open to [...]

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2017 Downtown Rochester Fall Gallery Stroll

by PCCA @ Paint Creek Center for the Arts

Save the date! Friday, October 20, 2017 from 5:30-8:30PM! Local business owners and galleries in downtown Rochester will host artist galleries and reception for one night only. Don’t miss out on this biannual Rochester tradition!

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Coming Soon to Creative Energy – Endless Pools

by David Kasten @ Creative Energy

All the benefits of traditional swimming pools, and more, in a fraction of the space! The backyard swimming pool will forever be a fixture of fun and entertainment for generations of kids and adults. But for many of us, access to a swimming pool is difficult. We resign ourselves to monthly gym fees, over-chlorinated waters, […]

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What fuel pump is on this 327?

by Vetteman61 @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

Hello, My dad's '61 Corvette has a 327. From the numbers on the block, it appears to be a mid 60's 327. We know very little about the fuel pump that is on the car now, however none of the replacement fuel pumps we can find look the same. Can anyone determine by the pictures below what we have...

Side draft roots blower?

by Stovebolter @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

It’s been a long damn time since I’ve been on a forum but I find myself coming to Hotrodders for questions. Amazing how little info I can find in forum and on net for side draft roots blowers. I really don’t want a Maggie or Procharger. No offense but want to bring back my 80’s roots. Pun intended....

An Outside Perspective: 3 Lessons the Real Estate Industry Can Learn About Consistency

by scott @ HomeSmart

  HomeSmart Founder & CEO Matt Widdows speaks to the importance of consistency in the real estate industry in a RISMedia commentary. Read the full article below. By: Matt Widdows Long-standing national and global real estate brands have done a good job of making their logos instantly recognizable to consumers from one city to the next. However, while the brand might be unified visually, the customer experience is often disjointed and inconsistent. This inconsistency primarily results from individual brokerage operations working off of ad hoc technology that doesn’t unify the broker, agent and consumer experience into a single system. Without seamless technology and tools to build strong operational processes on top of, it’s impossible to create a consistent experience that delivers service, value and innovation. Consumer brands in other industries have spent billions of dollars, placing constant focus on the creation of a seamless and consistent customer experience. Here are three lessons we can learn from their example. Lesson One: How Nordstrom Provides Consistent Service Widely known for excellent customer service, Nordstrom achieves this by consciously hiring top salespeople, motivating employees and embracing a company culture of servicing their customers. They have flexible return policies and encourage cross-brand shopping through technology applications that provide customers options for when and how they purchase. Real estate brokers should follow Nordstrom’s lead by going to great lengths to serve their customers. Service needs to be the No. 1 priority of a brokerage. Your brokerage’s technology needs to track every touchpoint and collect data that provides real-time insights into how you’re performing. Those insights need to get put into action through the introduction of new technology, systems and offers that ensure the changing needs of your agents and their clients are consistently met. Lesson Two: How McDonald’s Delivers Consistent Value McDonald’s consistently delivers on customer expectations. Consumers know they will receive the same quality and efficient service time after time, at a low cost. The franchisor’s focus on process and technology creates this repeatable efficiency and value. They set standards that are implemented consistently across the globe, so that a Big Mac in Long Island tastes the same as one in London. In real estate, efficiency increases the brokerage’s value proposition. Your brokerage needs to have effective systems in place for agents. Agents need to continually be trained on how to optimize those resources so they can carry forward that consistent experience to clients. Lesson 3: How Tesla Creates Consistent Innovation Tesla consistently innovates, not only in the product itself, but by reinventing the car-buying experience. Tesla sells its cars in stores, rather than dealerships. Associates don’t sell cars as much as they educate buyers about the technology so the buyer can understand how Tesla ownership is an experience worth investing in. Innovation comes in different forms. Creating a consistent experience doesn’t mean your offering, or how you deliver it, should never change. Your brokerage shouldn’t confuse consistency with complacency. At HomeSmart, we consistently enable each of our franchisees, brokers, agents and consumers with the proprietary technology platform we’ve built to support our high-performing real estate model. Each of the audiences we serve has a consistent experience with our brand because they’re engaged with a single, integrated system. They use the same toolset to learn, market, communicate, collaborate and process transactions. The application of technology in our brokerage allows consumers to have a seamless, consistent experience regardless of where they are and which agent they’re working with. Can your brokerage say the same? Matt Widdows is the CEO/founder of HomeSmart International. HomeSmart is built around technology that provides franchisees and agents alike with cutting-edge tools, which enable them to spend more time focusing on clients and the profitability of their businesses. For more information about franchising opportunities at HomeSmart.com/Franchising. For the latest real estate news and trends, bookmark RISMedia.com.

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August 2017 Featured Art Market Artist: David Prescott

by PCCA @ Paint Creek Center for the Arts

David Prescott About the Artist   David Prescott (Rochester  Hills, MI) holds a Bachelors in Art from Wayne State University, and works as a product designer for FCA. A talented artist in many mediums, David has participated and displayed his work in several exhibitions here at PCCA, and we are ecstatic to announce that we […]

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Engine Build

by MikeBCamaro1! @ Hot Rod Forum : Hotrodders Bulletin Board

Forum this is my first post so be gentle!!! I have not built an engine in about 30 years. tech has changed but I want your thoughts on my plan for my L82. Engine is an Original 1974 Z28 L82 forged crank hardened rods flat aluminum pistons cast 76cc heads. 9 to 1 CR. My plan is to keep lower end...

Megan House: Nonprofit of the Month

by Danielle at Greater Lowell Chamber @ Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce

Our Community Service Committee is excited to select Megan’s House as their fourth Nonprofit of the Month! Every month the Community Service Committee selects a nonprofit to support including collecting donations, scheduling a tour of their facility, promotion and coordinating volunteer opportunities (when applicable). Here’s how you can learn more about Megan […]

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