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How SEO and SEM Can Be a Recipe for Success

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of optimizing your website for search engines.  Essentially, you’re demonstrating that your website is both authoritative, valuable and trustworthy. This is a way of getting your website to rank on Google (and other search engines) organically for certain keywords. Meanwhile, Search Engine Marketing (SEM) is the paid alternative – advertising, if you will.  This is... ❯❯❯

OSHA Record Keeping Guidelines

What do you know about U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) record keeping regulations? OSHA tracks injuries and accidents involving forklifts, pallet jacks, aerial lifts, scissor lifts, and other aerial work platforms. Which means employers need to keep track of their training records, safety program and more. Without a thorough record keeping platform, your company could be subject to expensive fines and... ❯❯❯

About security of proxy servers

Today, there is an acute issue of information security when exchanging data via the Internet. But despite this, the spread of the World Wide Web and the active use of online servers is becoming widespread. Sending documents, communicating or carrying out financial transactions using the Internet is becoming a daily necessity. To ensure the protection of user information and prevent theft of personal data, an effective authentication... ❯❯❯

Are Pointe Shoes Supposed to Hurt?

The art of ballet dancing dates back many hundreds of years, and it is still incredibly popular throughout many western nations today. While it is a unisex discipline, the majority of people who join up as ballet dancers are young girls, who typically stick with the practice for many years. Professional ballet dancers almost always start out as young girls who loved to dance, and they have put in many years and thousands of hours of... ❯❯❯

What Is a Third-Party Claim?

A third-party claim is a liability claim filed by an employee who sustains serious workplace injuries caused by a person or entity other than the employer. This claim allows the injured employee to collect damages for pain, emotional suffering, and loss of independence that are not covered under workers’ compensation. Worker’s compensation only takes care of lost earnings and medical fees. This system bars the injured... ❯❯❯

Finding a legal recruiter for a consumer law practice

Choosing a reliable legal recruiter for a consumer law practice requires patience and due diligence. It involves speaking with a couple of different recruiters, verifying their legitimacy, and narrowing it down to those with a presence in the specific region of interest. It also involves asking potential recruiters the right questions, checking their reviews online, and seeking feedback from their previous clients. Speaking with... ❯❯❯

How to Shop and Return to Your Apartment While Social Distancing

When you live in an apartment complex, you get used to a particular way of living. Apartment complexes offer a lot of homes in a smaller amount of space. This means that you are used to bumping into your neighbors from time to time. You are likely friends with many people who live within your apartment building. Apartment living can be an enjoyable and social time. However, with the current situation going on in the world and social... ❯❯❯

How to Become More Self-Sufficient

No one can dispute that we live in uncertain times!  We never know what will happen from one minute to the next, therefore it pays to be prepared for any disaster.  We can sit and worry about it, or we can take steps right now to become more self-sufficient. What would happen if there was a tornado, hurricane or earthquake near you?  With no access to utilities?  Do you have enough water, food and supplies on hand... ❯❯❯

Vital Signs Indicating Your Home Needs Immediate Mold Testing

When mold sets up shop in your home, it won’t only be compromising the physical structure but your health too. It is common knowledge that mold likes to grow in moist environments and can be in your home in as little as under 24 hours when there is water damage. Mold can be found on the food, carpet, wood, and just about anywhere in the house. The key to controlling mold is avoiding moisture at your home and addressing water... ❯❯❯

How to Harden Your Home Against Criminals

Learn how to harden your home against criminals with easy, common-sense steps!  Living in uncertain times makes us more aware of hardening our homes to protect our families.   People that are retiring should be especially mindful of hardening their homes because they can be a bit more vulnerable than younger people.  Understandably, we feel secure with an alarm system – but think about it!  That alarm... ❯❯❯