Getting a pet is an exciting time in life, filled with fuzzy cuddles, wet noses and ?? But it’s also a time when potty accidents and chewed up sofas are “cute.” Believe us, this honeymoon stage doesn’t last long. Training your new pet should start the moment they become part of your family. Here are six signs you need to bring in a professional to help with your pet’s training.
They say it takes a community to host a wedding. Alright, maybe they don’t say that, but they should. Of course there’s the DJ, caterer and cake baker. There’s also the photographer, florist and hair stylist. Oh and don’t forget the officiant, venue manager and honeymoon travel agent. These service providers are all no-brainers, but there are still some you may not even know you wanted or needed to hire. These four service providers can make your big day that much more special.
If you’re launching a business today, you’re probably keeping a close eye on best practices for social media. Using an online channel like GetAssist provides great ways to connect with potential customers and join conversations related to your business or industry.
Social media also provides an opportunity for a little face time with your customers— which means it’s a great place to be proactive and engage people. In fact, a 2013 survey found that “43 percent of customers are likely to recommend a product or service to others when that brand responds in a timely manner on social media outlets.”
So you’re done spring cleaning, and you really went for it this year. You’ve now got a garage full of boxes and things just waiting to go to their new home. It’s yard sale time! Greg Farr, owner of Antique Plaza in Mesa, Arizona, has spent the last 25 years hopping from yard sale to yard sale looking for his next great treasure. Over that time, he’s unearthed more than a few helpful tips that will make any yard sale a smashing success.
Many nonprofits operate on a shoestring budget and don’t have the in-house resources that large companies can afford. This is great news for you as a volunteer, because it means you’re able to offer more than your time to your favorite causes—you can offer your unique talents, expertise and skills.
You’ve heard them before—HOA horror stories that scare the living daylights out of you. From unheard of special assessment fees to paid parking spaces for compact cars only to common facilities being foreclosed on, HOA living isn’t always what homeowners expect it to be. The most common complaint of HOA living in North America? Communication. Harmonious co-existence is important in any community, but especially within an HOA-managed one. How an HOA decides to communicate with their residents is crucial in today’s real estate market. Here are four ways to revamp an HOA with minimal effort.
Are you new to the community? Then you’re probably looking for a way to meet your neighbors, get involved and make some friends! Unfortunately, accomplishing this might not be as easy as you would hope. But with a little effort, you can find friends in your community in no time! Here are four tips to get you started.
Moving away from everyone and everything you know, whether for a job or any other reason, can be stressful and exciting all at the same time. It’s a thrill to explore a new city, state or even country, but it can sometimes get lonely. You may feel like an outsider looking in for a while, but just by joining GetAssist you can immediately join your community. As you’re unpacking boxes of kitchen appliances and office supplies, read this list for five fresh tips on how to get to know your neighbors
Spring has sprung. Time to get back into shape. Joining or creating a workout community on GetAssist can help you get the results you’re looking for. Use your motivation to get others to join the community, so you can keep each other going strong throughout the summer. Here are six tips to make the most of your new workout community:
Everything that’s worth hearing about can be heard through the grapevine. Word-of-mouth marketing is the grandest megaphone you can ever use to market your business. More and more consumers are choosing to do business with companies recommended by their peers, friends and communities. In fact, 92 percent of consumers trust referrals from family or friends more than any other type of referral, according to a Nielsen survey. So if your company isn’t gaining buzz on the Internet, it’s time to put yourself out there and get people talking!
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