A Presentation by Dennis Ford Eagan, Esq. of Finneran & Nicholson, P.C.
Written by: New Angle Glass
Winter is probably the harshest season for cars, owing to salted roads, vicious temperature swings, potholes, ice, and neglect. Now that spring is here, it’s time to wipe away the grime and make your car look like new.
Clear Out The Trash
When you’re cleaning any car, much less a winter-weather-beaten one, start by removing all the junk you’ve been ignoring. Have a garbage bag and a “keep” box handy, because you’ll want to hang on to some of the stuff. Be thorough: Get under and beside the seats and in the trunk. [Read more…]
Make it Happen! Lynn Museum Celebrates Women’s History Month
The Lynn Museum will feature special programming for March to celebrate Women’s History Month. Make it Happen, the official theme for 2015 International Women’s Day, encourages action for advancing and recognizing the roles of women around the world. The International Women’s Day celebration on March 7th will kick off our exciting series of programs for the month of March featuring specialized tours, activities, and an exciting MESA talk by Astrida Schaeffer on “Women’s Clothing in the Victorian Era.” [Read more…]
Written by: Coastal Windows & Exteriors
Drafty windows can increase your heating bills up to 40%. You can save some money on your energy bills by installing the right window coverings.
Think about this? In the winter you wear layers, right? Well your windows want the same layers of covering. You just need to understand how the layers work to help you winterize your home and make it a little warmer. [Read more…]
Written by: Wesley Young
Many local businesses today are overwhelmed by the variety of local marketing choices available. Unlike the old days when a small handful of advertising outlets would cover the majority of your audience, the sheer volume of marketing options has seemingly flattened the reach of each advertising channel.
Business owners see all the different ways that consumers are seeking out, discovering and considering local businesses, and they don’t know where to start.
Written By: JP McCurdy Electrical Services
Past winters, heavy snow and ice buildup have caused an eruption of roofs to collapse throughout the homes in the Northeast. After a fresh snowfall roofs are snow-capped and look beautiful, and quite charming. However, don’t be fooled by the beauty. Snow contains a great amount of weight, and the weight rises enormously when rain, ice and sleet are added to the mix. Approximately two feet of snow on an average sized roof can be the equivalent of 19 tons according to experts. Consequently, all of this weight places a enormous amount of stress on your roof and weakens its structures. Furthermore, the melting of the mass of snow can cause water leakage, then can decay roofs, destroy insulation, flood attics, ruin gutters and damage the interior of your home. [Read more…]
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Does this sound like you?
If you are actively using Twitter, do you feel like you are “tweeting in the dark”, spending more and more time on the network but getting less and less out of it? [Read more…]
Written by: Elena (courtesy or PR in your Pajamas)
Are you still using a personal Pinterest account to promote your business or profit-earning blog?
If so, read on to find out why you need a Pinterest business account. I’ll also show you, step-by-step, how to set up your profile and start creating boards that will make your Pinterest marketing efforts more effective. [Read more…]
Written by: Patti Nardone
As a buyer, there are many things you should know before you start your home search. Above all, know this: There is no perfect home. You are going to have compromise.
Prior to heading out the door, it’s a good idea to put together a wish list of items that are really important to you and anyone else involved in this decision. It will help you stay focused. Whether it’s a two-car garage, air conditioning, or a good-sized backyard, you need to be in agreement. The home-buying process can be an emotional roller coaster. If you are in agreement on what is important, things will go much more smoothly.
By: Jenny Hudson (via Salem State University Enterprise Center)
Having a book about your specialized area can do a lot for your business. Some of our authors have used publishing a book in different ways: Some used their book to establish their expertise, reaping the rewards of booking speaking engagements leading to new clients. Others used it as a text and sell it at their workshops. I have seen the look in their eyes when they receive their first paperback copy. It’s a look of pride, confidence and excitement. They know how this book is about to change their lives. Here’s some bullet points about what a book might do for your business… [Read more…]
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