Blogs are a crucial part of your content marketing
Blogging is crucial. It’s your update to the world – a place to tout your wares, educate people, maybe even make ’em laugh.
It’s also a critical part of your SEO strategy. And like anything else, some are better than others. The better ones are not only good reading, but help drive behavior toward business goals.
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These blogs were for an online learning developer based in Cambridge, MS. They were especially mindful of getting good SEO value from the blogs – from headlines, to content, to sub-headings.
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As a very young boy, Sean (not his real name), who is on the Autism spectrum, loved riding the horses at Celtic Charms Therapeutic Horsemanship. As he learned to ride, he noticeably improved in balance, posture, and control of the horse. “He would get that horse to dance,” says program director …(click on blog title to see full content)
An “Indianapolis Monthly” article, picked up by Google Books:
Winters in the Midwest seem relatively long. Some people dislike dealing with the cold and migrate to warmer locations during the coldest months. But even as the weather begins to warm in the spring, cloudy skies seem to dominate certain areas. Central Indiana is among the cloudiest areas of the country, having gray days 61 percent of the time on average.
It’s not surprising that a fair number of people deal with some degree of Seasonal Affectation Disorder, or SAD. But even if there’s no official diagnosis, many others also feel the effects of the cold dreary months and can benefit from a ‘foot-up’ when it comes to shaking off winter blues and…(click anywhere on content to see full article on live site)
An award-winning general interest column:
Blogs samples from a variety of HVAC clients – click anywhere on the content to link to the live article.
(Note: I did the writing, not the page design on these.)
Air filters are silent sufferers – no one thinks about them because they usually don’t break or make noise. Yet, they’re an important part of your HVAC system – not only helping keep your equipment clean and free of debris, but …
You may have noticed your heating or cooling system is not performing up to par. Or it’s always running. Or perhaps you’ve noticed a steady rise in your energy bills. There may be something wrong with your HVAC equipment, meaning you’ll be faced with a decision: do you repair or replace your home’s heating and cooling system?
The air we breathe looks empty, but it’s not. It’s full of very small molecules –including molecules of water. When temperatures are warmer, those water molecules move around and are more likely to vaporize, making water vapor in the air. In colder temperatures, molecules are more sluggish, so the water molecules stay whole (or freeze if it’s cold enough).
Salt, or sodium chloride, may be essential to human life, but it’s not so great for your air conditioner. Saltwater from the ocean contains millions of sodium chloride particles, and it creates a filmy, dust-like coating on surfaces.
A fireplace is a wonderful addition to any house and can be an effective way to help heat your home if used properly. Unfortunately, the reality is that many homeowners are just burning through their savings, sending their energy bills up in smoke, along with their health.
Whether you’re buying or selling a home, you’ll likely be faced with a home inspection. Because the HVAC system is one of the more important systems in a house, the inspection will certainly include a detailed examination of this equipment.
When the thermometer outside starts creeping toward that 100-degree mark your air conditioner is going to begin struggling. Even running at maximum capacity, can only keep the air inside about 20 degrees cooler. Prolonged periods of scorching hot temperatures quickly burn up your air conditioner and may eventually cause your unit to tucker out.
Air conditioners pull in outside air, so they can cool your home. Keeping the space around the condenser free of obstructions and the equipment free of dirt and debris is crucial for maintaining free air flow.