Need A New Website? The Importance Of The About Page

28 December 2014
 Categories: Technology, Blog

If you're building a new website, you're excited and ready to go online. As the website building process moves forward, there are many decisions to make. The home page, product page and the contact us page are important. However, if you really want to build trust with your customers the "about" page is perhaps the most important. The page tells visitor who you are and what your business is all about. Read More 

Thinking About Cutting The Cable TV Cord? A Few Reasons To Think Again

26 December 2014
 Categories: Technology, Blog

If you are looking for ways to lower your monthly bills and are considering getting rid of your cable television subscription, you might want to reconsider. Before you make the cut, be sure you understand all that will be involved, especially if you use cable for your Internet connection. Bundles Most cable television providers offer discounted rates when you use them for your Internet connection and/or your home telephone. If you are not using the cable for your Internet or phone, check what the bundle prices would be. Read More 

Why You Should Use Rigid Flex Circuit Boards

22 December 2014
 Categories: Technology, Blog

When you work at a production plant, you have many choices in terms of what fuels your electrical supply. One of the best choices, especially when a high volume of products need to be created quickly each day is rigid flex circuit boards. This choice of circuit board is the best for a variety of reasons. Make Fewer Mistakes Rigid flex circuit boards are not just pre-made boards you go out and purchase. Read More 

On The Fence? Why You Should Invest In A Home Alarm System

6 June 2014
 Categories: , Blog

If you're living with a crowded budget, making the decision to add one more obligation to the financial mix is not one to take lightly. However, even if you feel that your budget can't balance one more bill, consider what an alarm system can do for your home and, more importantly, you and your family. When you consider a home alarm system as an investment -- something that will pay you back in some form—it makes sense to make the monetary commitment. Read More