Expert Interview with Mike DiFrisco on Affordable Branding

January 2, 2015

In today’s hyper-competitive economic climate, businesses, no matter what their size, cannot afford to pass up any opportunity to raise brand awareness. It could mean the difference between you and your competitor up the road. How-to-Branding‘s Michael DiFrisco realized the potential opportunities that were being overlooked by business owners, and started the affordable branding blog […]

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How to Have a Fun and Safe New Year’s Party

December 29, 2014

Do you have a New Year’s Eve horror story? Maybe it didn’t happen to you, but instead was something you observed while you were at a New Year’s Eve party? Some of these tales of woe are humorous, but others may not be. And chances are, none of them are funny if they happen to […]

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Ultimate Mats’ Customer Reviews Greatest Hits of 2014

December 29, 2014

According to the Chinese zodiac, 2015 is the year of the goat or sheep. But for Ultimate Mats, 2014 was the year of the floor mat! How can we make this claim? Because Ultimate Mats was able to provide high-quality products and superior customer services to hundreds of customers last year. To prove it, here […]

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Would You Want a Robot Vacuum – That Talks (Back) To You?

December 23, 2014

If the twenty-first century crop of gadgets were to be described in one word, that word would be multi-functionality. Think about it – modern gadgets don’t simply do one thing better, faster, or more efficiently. They are generally created to accomplish many different tasks, often at the same time. For example, many digital thermometer readouts […]

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Workers Compensation Claims for Slips & Falls Rise Up in Midwest

December 22, 2014

Okay, complete this sentence: now that winter his arrived in the Midwest, you can look forward to a lot more (blank). If you’re a winter lover, the first phrase that popped into your head might have been fireside evenings, snowy scenes, or sledding days at the park. Conversely, pessimists may have immediately thought about frostbite, […]

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Olly Olly Allergens Free! How to Allergy Proof Your Home

December 21, 2014

Plenty of people are prone to allergic reactions in certain spots, such as a field full of flowers, a smoky bar, or a party whose guests are wearing strong perfume. Some symptoms are so severe that the victim may just want to flee the area and go home. But what if home is just as […]

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Learning to Walk on a Slippery Surface Simulator

December 20, 2014

What’s the most effective way to avoid getting hurt in a slip-and-fall accident? Easy. Stay away from slippery surfaces. But what if that isn’t a feasible option? Maybe your office building has slick tile or marble floors that can cause you to lose your footing; or there aren’t enough floor mats to keep moisture off […]

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Knock, Knock! Who Is It? Dirt!! Keeping it Out of Your Home

December 19, 2014

Quick! What’s the one breakthrough invention that you would buy in a heartbeat? A flying car? A jet pack? A pill that makes you lose weight healthily without exercising? He would probably love that pill. Or a jet pack to get him where he’s going without sweating so much. If you’re a parent of active […]

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Viva Versatility! Multi-Use Logo Mats After Thanksgiving

November 13, 2014

You know how certain pieces of clothing may be attractive or fashionable, but only during certain times of the year? Take Thanksgiving, for instance. That burnt orange top, leaf-patterned sweater, or multicolored scarf looks great in late November; but any of these may be harder to pull off during other times of the year. This […]

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Make Your Warehouse Safer With These 10 Easy Tips

October 3, 2014

Here’s a riddle for you: what do you get when you cross the common hazards found in any brick-and-mortar business with the dangers associated with a transportation occupation? Answer: the perils that are present in a typical warehouse. Think about it: warehouses often combine pedestrians, desk workers, fully-stocked aisles, moving forklifts, and loading or unloading […]

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