Small businesses make up a considerable part of the United States’ economy. Unfortunately, many of them are still not taking advantage of the internet. Many small businesses would probably do much better if they decided to put their company online. Everyone is online these days, and for a business to not be online does not make much sense.
Many small business owners may feel that it’s too much trouble to achieve success on the internet. While there is never a guarantee for any success, there are some things you can do to increase the likelihood of being successful. After all, who doesn’t want to be successful and earn bigger profits?
The best way to ensure success, or at least to try, is proper strategic planning. Every company needs a good business plan, and the same can be said for a business’s online strategy.
If your company is already … Read More
There are many benefits to hiring a DWI attorney. Some people did not consider hiring one until they are faced with DWI accidents. Most of the time, it’s already too late, and the damage has already been done. The best DWI attorney could save you in times of an accident. They are experts and have advanced training and knowledge of DWI laws. DWI Offenders that retain a DWI attorney’s services can minimize penalties while complying with the law in various complex DWI cases.
The first consideration that you need to make is whether to get a DWI attorney who specializes in a particular DWI law or get the services from a law firm. If you want more personalized service, hiring a small firm could work to your advantage. However, if you have a more complex DWI issue hiring the best DWI attorney from a big … Read More
A new app designed to rank the flood risk for every property in the U.S. has some distressing findings for Florida.
The cities with the most properties at risk are all over the state — from Tampa, the city most at risk to storm surge, to Cape Coral, which Politico memorably dubbed “the boomtown that shouldn’t exist,” to sunny-day flooded Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
But the data reveal rarely mentioned cities where virtually every home is at risk of flooding today. They include the 5,000 homes in Sarasota County’s Warm Mineral Springs, the 4,000 homes in the upscale Broward County boaters’ haven of Lighthouse Point and the 2,000 Caloosahatchee River-front homes of Whiskey Creek.
Similar efforts to gauge a property’s risk — for profit or for free — have been done in the past, but Flood Factor is the first such effort to include the combined flood risk
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