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53% of small businesses say that Social Media Marketing is the number one source for their leads, yet 47% of small businesses say that they do not have an active Facebook Page. Increase those leads w…

Preparing your home for sale can make a big difference in the price you get. Here are tips on preparing your house for sale from HouseLogic.

One term you are starting to hear more of in the world of online business is Repurposing. It’s really not new though – I’ve been talking and writing about it for years! You create content for s…

WebMD has tips to freshen your breath and keep your gums and teeth healthy.

Fortunately, there are lots of not-too-painful ways to spend less and thereby save more. Here are 40 of them to consider. Not every one will work for you, but more than a few should.

What do email marketing and rock n’ roll have in common? Probably more than you imagine. Let’s start with some history. Email has been around since Ray Tomlinson sent the first person-to-person m…

America celebrates Fourth of July and becoming independent over 200+ years ago which was no easy feat – and the same goes for millennials today who are just beginning their financial journeys or people in the 30s, 40s, and 50s who are still seeking a solid financial footing.

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WCIA) -- A local teen is inspiring people with learning disabilities to never give up.

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At the very time millennials are seeking to establish households in a home of their own, baby boomers are looking to downsize into smaller houses with fewer stairs. That has put pressure on the Milwaukee-area housing market.