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5 Tips to Give Your Business’s Local SEO a Boost

By benleedavis, published on Aug 12, 2015

As a business owner, you may have noted that SEO is an important and critical step to your business’s success. You have implemented a website that is both desktop and mobile friendly in order to accommodate the new google algorithm, your site is saturated with keywords, and it is visually appealing. However, you may still find that your business does not have the local draw which you desire. Why is this? It could be that your SEO is catered globally and not locally. Ensuring that you SEO your site for local SERPs will greatly affect the visibility of your site in search engines for local businesses.

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Tags: seo, marketing, search engine optimisation

5 Mozilla Firefox Plugins To Boost Your SEO Efforts

By benleedavis, published on Jul 19, 2015

Search engine optimisation is an important practice in ensuring that websites are easily found in search results of search engines. It can be time consuming and costly without the right tools. Using free tools can minimize the cost of SEO. Mozilla is one of the top browsers used globally, and by using plugins with the browser you can quicken many SEO practices.

Plugins provide web masters with timely and quick metrics that relate to SEO campaigns. By adding plugins, these metrics show up when a page is opened on the browser. By comparing SEO data from their website with the data from... (more)

Tags: seo, firefox, search engine optimisation, mozilla, seoquake, mozbar, moz, search status, seo toolbar

The Dangers Of Asbestos In The Home & Office

By benleedavis, published on Oct 31, 2014

Most of the buildings, including school, homes, hospitals and offices constructed before 1972 were constructed with asbestos. Asbestos is a natural material that was popularly used in buildings for insulations. Asbestos fibres are resistant to heat and exceptionally strong. It is commonly found in flooring, ceiling tiles and pipes.

When slightly disturbed, asbestos can be very dangerous. The asbestos fibres become airborne posing healthy risks to your family or your employees. The intact asbestos that has not been disturbed is known as non-friable asbestos, while asbestos that has been... (more)

Tags: asbestos removal, asbestos survey

Worker Protection from the consequences of Shaking

By benleedavis, published on Oct 21, 2014

(HAVS) is the short form of Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome is due to prolonged usage of handheld power tools. Routine and regular exposure to such vibrating gear can cause symptoms like "white finger" and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. This informative article gives guidance for workers that are worried about dealing with powered hand tools, the activities they are able to take to safeguard themselves from over exposure and the best way to create vibration white finger claims should they desire to pursue settlement.

Worker Protection from the consequences of Shaking

If you're worried about... (more)

Tags: white finger claims, vibration white finger

5 Useful Websites When for Free Legal Advice

By benleedavis, published on Aug 7, 2014

Legal Advice should always be free. If you are asked to pay for it, walk away. If you are using the internet, starting with a good search should use the word "free". You may want to know about a good solicitor, if your injuries warrant compensation and about the legal process. These websites will answer all of your questions.

The Law Society

This is a UK site that focuses on educating people on the legal related actions.This is a well established website in the industry of soliciting, where finding a solicitor is amongst its most popular uses.

AvMA (Action Against Medical Accidents)... (more)


Drug Testing For Medical Professionals

By benleedavis, published on Aug 5, 2014

A groundbreaking ballot measure to require medical professionals to submit to random drug-testing in California will be available for voter input in November. If passed, California will be the first state to institute into law a requirement for medical professionals to undergo random drug testing. The issue has been brought to light after an unconnected measure to raise the cap on medical malpractice lawsuits in California to $1.1 million was supported. These measures will be bundled into one ballot initiative in November. The ballot initiative will be known as Proposition 46, and is already... (more)

Tags: medical malpractice

Understanding the process behind a personal injury claim

By benleedavis, published on Jul 25, 2014

Personal injury claim awards are not always part of a financial remedy case but they can be significant. This makes it necessary for all the parties involved to understand how the courts treat these kinds of damages.

The approach applied by courts in such situations can be compared to the strategies used when dealing with cases that do not involve marital property. The courts do not ring-fence personal injury damages and usually recourse them in order to meet the needs of involved parties.

The courts go beyond considering the parties’ needs when determining such cases. They do... (more)

Tags: personal injury

Starbucks holds out in the legal battle for possession

By benleedavis, published on Jul 10, 2014

Starbucks is still not out of its legal coup, if sources are to be believed. Pete Keelan and Ed Dublois, the two owners of Equinox Square Plaza, have filed a legal motion, in order to have the appeal filed by Bill Drunsic dismissed. Bill is currently also serving as the acting chairman of the town's Planning Commission.

The appeal, issued on May 15th, was filed in order to challenge the decision of the Development Review Board which was primarily concerned with converting a former bank office into one of the Starbucks centers. However, as per the appeal of Pete and Ed, Bill does not... (more)

Tags: law, starbucks, legal, personal injury

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