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October 14th, 2014
Our first PODcast on Blog Talk Radio!
More and more people are searching on their mobile phone for businesses. They are not looking for tons of information, they want a quick local search based upon a category of products or services in certain general local area.
Many times they don’t even know the name of the business, just where they are.
Did you know that there is a difference between traditional business searches online and Local Physical Searches online?
Google actually treats them differently!
Not only does Google, and the other search engines treat them differently, but because your business has a physical location can give you an advantage in your local market.
Local Physical Searches help you exploit this advantage in your local market.
Learn More at www.LocalSearchForBusiness.com
What is local SEO services and how might it help my business?
Local search engine optimization (SEO) services utilizes local listing sites like Google, Yellow Pages, Bing and yahoo etc. We provide local search engine optimization services focus on targeting local terms to enhance the ranking of your business on such sites. So, when consumers search specifically for local data concerning your kind of business, your business information contained on these sites appears among the top search results.
As the online visibility of your business increases, you'll soon find an increased number of likely buyers visiting your site, and that's how your brand gets promoted.
Contact us today (919) 589-3471
In this edition of the show our guest Seth Piccirillo, Niagara Falls community development director, Tom Lowe of Niagara University and Chris Stoianoff of the Niagara Hub discuss the importance of supporting small businesses in our community. They also discuss the upcoming events of Saturday, November 29, 2014 to promote local small businesses. https://www.facebook.com/events/1595831400645677/?ref=25&sid_reminder=8200681521279926272
We will be featuring Ellen K Roach, blogger at Albany School Board Observer about budget issues and transparency. Our neighbors in Bethlehem Schools engage in participatory and televised budgeting. We think it's a great idea.
We will also be talking about budgeting issues with regards to Albany, and local control issues as well.
Ellen K Roach was born and raised in the Capital District, resident of Albany since 1999. Graduate of Albany Law School, works as an attorney for NYS government. Mom to first-grader attending Albany Public Schools. Cofounded Albany Parents for Physical Activity and Play, group advocating for mandatory daily recess in all Albany City elementary schools, in 2013. Have been closely following Albany school board since February of this year.
Please bookmark her outstanding website today and join the discussion on facebook!
Albany School Board Observer
Albany Parent Advocacy Group
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Checking out local news for Andrews, Murphy and Hayesville, NC. The entire southwest North Carolina area.
Talking about local events and happenings. Including local Church news and events, Sports and Weather for all of the Tri-county area.
Counties covered include Cherokee, Clay and Macon in SW NC. Union and Towns county coverage for surrounding GA counties.
Everything changed after the war between the original 100 Arkers and the Grounders in the Season 1 finale.
Danielle Turchiano (Freelancer, MTV News and Studio System News) and Jason Griffin (TVaholic.com & TVtimesThree.com) joins TV Diehard host, Carla Day (TV Fanatic & BuddyTV) to discuss the series up to The 100 Season 2 Episode 5, "Human Trials.
A special Saturday night episode! Join Jason tonight as he previews the start of the 2014 Film Awards Season, which begins December 1, and the plan for coverage on Oscar, Oscar! Also, all the latest movie and Oscar news and updates before everything gets underway. Also, this month marks the 8th anniversary of the show on BlogTalkRadio, so join in tonight for a few remembrances and maybe a classic moment or two replayed from the first eight years of the show.
Local Law 87 New York City - http://www.CarletonEC.com - LL87 NYC: CEC Shares Local Law 87 Tips for the Winter. Carleton Energy Consulting Specializes in Energy Auditing, Management, Online Boiler Management and much more, 10025, 10002, 10029, 10009
With winter approaching, and temperatures dropping quickly, building managers need to start thinking about how Local Law 87 in New York City will impact them.
Compliance with the law is mandatory, and reducing carbon footprint and energy waste for cost savings is a smart strategy. Here is some important information on Local Law 87:
For many property owners, understanding Local Law 87 can be a challenge. The law is complex and even though it can be accessed online at the NYC Green Building & Energy Efficiency Website, having the text does not ensure compliance.
According to the law, all single structures 50,000 square feet or more and multiple buildings 100,000 square feet or more must comply. The law is a bit different concerning condominium units and the single tax lot description does not apply when there is a single board of managers.
Energy evaluation and assessment typically takes up to 3 or 4 weeks to complete. And retro-fitting may takes months. However, it’s a smart strategy to begin the process immediately to secure the quickest return on investment.
To learn more about Local Law 87 New York City, check out our Local Law 87 Helpful Hints on www.CarletonEC.com or contact Carleton Energy Consulting at 516-672-8277.
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