Archive for February 6, 2014

Casual Fridays are Fun, But Business Uniforms Still Have Their Place

Written by Wall Street News on February 6th, 2014. Posted in Maintenance uniforms, Uniform cleaners, Uniform laundry service

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In the 90′s, companies had to find ways to make themselves look more desirable to potential employees. Many of them turned to Casual Fridays to make their office more fun and the work environment less burdensome. Nowadays, according to stats from ImprintableFashion.com, 90% of companies have a casual Friday, a third allow casual clothing every day, and 40% have expanded casual dress options in the last three years. However, workplace uniforms still play an important role in many work environments. As a result, many business owners invest in work uniform rentals to make sure workers have the clothing they need to establish a professional workplace.

Casual Fridays are nice, and 96% of employees surveyed said that they would take advantage of casual days when given the opportunity. But there are sever

How Important Are Security Services?

Written by Wall Street News on February 6th, 2014. Posted in Security companies, Security guard, Security guards sydney

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Security services are some of the most important services for businesses. For the most part, security officers are uniformed and act to protect property by maintaining a high visibility presence to deter illegal and inappropriate actions, observing for signs of crime, fire or disorder, and then taking action and reporting any incidents to either their clients, emergency services, or both.

Until the 1980s, the term “watchman” was more commonly applied to this function, a usage dating back to at least the Middle Ages in Europe. Interestingly, each of the six states and two territories of Australia actually have their own separate legislation that covers all security activities.

In the United States, there are a number of local security companies that can be enlisted to provide security services. All

An Interview with Jeremy Simpson of Suburban Marketing Co.

Written by Wall Street News on February 6th, 2014. Posted in Uncategorized

Over a decade ago, Jeremy Simpson began optimizing websites and content for natural search engine marketing. He started Suburban Marketing Co. two years ago, developing it from the ground up. Simpson is currently the marketing director at Suburban Marketing Co. Today, we sat down with him to discuss his motivations for starting the company.
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Welcome, Mr. Simpson. Thank you for taking the time to answer some of our questions! Let’s get right into it. Tell us a little bit about your background. Why search engine marketing?
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I started out as a freelance writer back in the late ’90s and quickly began writing content for websites. From there, I moved into the early days of natural SEO and never looked back.
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What is your approach to natural SEO?
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We do it all: web design, SEO, PPC, social media management, email marketing, and sales tracking. Our goal is to help small and medium-sized businesses succeed by expanding their online presence. Through content creation and PPC, we get people to the site, on the phone, and through the door.
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Wow! It sounds like you’re busy. What are your personal responsibilities? Do you enjoy your role in the company?
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These days, I operate mostly as an account manager making sure our clients’ needs our being met. However, I do still love to get in and get my hands dirty — writing content, creating landing pages, and improving user experience. My best days come when a client reads a new article, or sees a new site we’ve done, and just “gets it.” Seeing them truly appreciate the skill and effort, as well as understanding why they need to embrace search marketing, those are the good days.
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How do you go above and beyond for your clients?
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We go the extra mile on every project. Most recently, I actually went out and shadowed one of our electrician clients to get a real sense of the work he does. From there, I was able to make sure we created content true to his voice and the service he provides. From beginning to end, Suburban Marketing is about service. You’ll get nothing but friendly faces and a genuine desire to help you succeed. We see our clients as partners, because we don’t succeed if you don’t succeed.
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Great approach. Tell us about some of your success so far.
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One of our favorite success stories comes from a niche that has a rough time on the internet. An online gun store can’t use traditional paid search avenues, so we had to rely almost solely on content creation and natural search. Seeing a brand new site go head-to-head against some very well-established sites, and coming out on top, is a true achievement. It certainly didn’t happen overnight, but it did happen in a matter of weeks. And it’s still chugging right along.
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Suburban Marketing Co. is located at 10480 Virginia Pine Lane in Alpharetta, GA. To learn more about Suburban Marketing Co., visit www.suburbanmarketingco.com, call (770)810-5773, or email Mr. Simpson at jeremy@suburbanmarketingco.com

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