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If You Don’t Go Paperless Now, You’ll Hate Yourself Later

If You Don’t Go Paperless Now, You’ll Hate Yourself Later

Do you have boxes of paper taking up space in your office? Receipts stacked up on your dashboard? Don’t wait until you are on the next episode of Hoarders. Go paperless. Eliminate the headache of messy file cabinets, lost receipts, unreadable mileage logs, and cluttered painting vehicle dashboards and home office desks. Reasons you need […]

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Trying to Figure out How to Blog Better?

By on February 14, 2016 in Blogging Tips, Roadmap with 18 Comments
Trying to Figure out How to Blog Better?

Are you still staring at that white screen waiting for inspiration to blog better? Blogging can be intimidating because you are trying to create content that brings people to your website and encourages them to do business with you. For online leads, this will be the first impression a new customer gets of your company. […]

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If You’re Not Making Videos, You Should Be

By on September 4, 2015 in Blogging Tips, Marketing, Social Media with 1 Comment
If You’re Not Making Videos, You Should Be

The channels and content formats we use as a business to reach new customers is constantly evolving. To remain competitive, you have to stay with and ahead of digital marketing trends. One content format that has been around for years but keeps growing every year is video. The goal of this article is to explain […]

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Content Continued…

By on May 19, 2013 in Blogging Tips, Random Thoughts with 3 Comments
Content Continued…

The Original Content Conundrum Those of you that are readers of BP and articles on content like this one, know that we require original content on this site, and on our own individual business sites. That is not just because we happen to enjoy creating content, but also because we recognize the value of unique content […]

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I Tweak, Do You Tweak?

By on February 8, 2012 in Blogging Tips with 3 Comments
I Tweak, Do You Tweak?

No, not Twitter and no I am not talking about some weird trip from the 60s. I am talking about tweaking. Constantly editing and improving my website. Especially my writing. Yes, I admit it. I edit articles I’ve written after I post them. A friend of mine told me this was a blogging no no […]

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To Blog or not to Blog?

By on November 22, 2011 in Blogging Tips, Daily Pick with 20 Comments
To Blog or not to Blog?

If you are saying something like, “I am a painting contractor, not a writer, why should I worry about blogging and social media”, then read on! There are many ways you can use a blog to improve your business!

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Content as Commodity.

By on November 13, 2011 in Blogging Tips, Random Thoughts with 18 Comments
Content as Commodity.

One thing you should know about blogging is a little bit about creating interesting and at least reasonably well-written content. Most would agree that to use a blog platform at any kind of a high level would imply that you have to at some point hit a minimum standard and quantity of organic content. Even if by accident, it should happen somewhere along the way.

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Ready to join the Social Media Bandwagon?

By on October 6, 2011 in Blogging Tips, Websites and SEO with 0 Comments

 I came across this great overview of SocIal Media and thought I’d share. Sometimes it can be overwhelming trying to sift through the SM chatter. I like this slideshow because it gives a brief overview, great if you are trying to decide if you want to try out SM, The author is Linnea Blair, one […]

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Why re-invent the wheel?

By on September 26, 2011 in Blogging Tips with 1 Comment

One of my favorite blogging buddies is Heidi Nyline of Warline Painting. She has a great writing style and really understands the concept of customer education and service. Most of our blogs here are centered towards educating each other or providing resources to manage our own businesses, or doing product and equipment reviews to keep up […]

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