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How to Build a Personal Brand on Social Media

Posted by Ed Mueck on December 24, 2019 in  uncategorized
Who you are today is not just about what people can see from you in person, but how you portray yourself online. Celebrities and social media influencers have monetized the ability to create and sell a personal brand using only Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube. Followers and viewers are so compelled to their favorite social media personalities, they buy products they promote. In this digital age, anyone can take a few tips from these influencers and use their own personal brand to sell. Here are 4 tips for... read more

4 Investments Worth Making in Your First Home

Posted by Ed Mueck on December 19, 2019 in  uncategorized
In today’s post, we’re offering some advice for first-time homeowners on areas where spending a little bit more is likely to pay off in the long-run. From valuable aesthetic updates in key areas such as the kitchen, bathroom and living room to installing smart heating systems and insulation to prioritize energy efficiency, our tips will leave you inspired to make the most out of your first home update. Replace flooring Flooring has the power to change a room entirely, so it should go without saying that... read more

3 Mistakes to Avoid When Selling a Home in 2020

Posted by Lee Calihan on December 18, 2019 in  uncategorized
It’s exciting to put a house on the market and to think about making new memories in new spaces, but we can have deep sentimental attachments to the homes we’re leaving behind, too. Growing emotions can help or hinder a sale, depending on how we manage them. When it comes to the bottom line, homeowners need to know what it takes to avoid costly mistakes. Being mindful of these things and prepared for the process can help you avoid some of the most common mishaps when selling your house. 1. Overpricing Y... read more

How to Effectively Store Your Christmas Decorations

Posted by Ed Mueck on December 17, 2019 in  uncategorized
Although the holiday season is still upon us, in a blink of an eye it will all be over. The end of the holidays means its time to pack up the decorations and let them collect dust in your garage once again. This year, save yourself time, stress, and space when storing your decorations, and make next year’s holidays a breeze! Here are a few tips to effectively store your holiday decor! Mo Decor, Mo Problems We all have nutcrackers, ornaments, and tinsel that have lasted ages, but now can be found still stuck... read more


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