Archive for May, 2011
T.V. and radio News got you down? On-line current events and News blogs make being informed a much more enjoyable experience. For many the News on television has become a trying time of the day. Focused mainly on negative events, you may have to wait through the whole program just to hear the one story you were waiting for. If you miss the 6:00 p.m. show, waiting until the late night segment can be a real drag, especially if you’ve got a lot to do, or have to wake up early the next morning.
Radio is sometimes free and as a mobile detailer you can use this to help you in your business promotions. If you work with a non-profit group in a fundraiser or event you can often get your companies name mentioned along with the non-profit group and event. Radio is good advertising, but when it is used to promote a cause you win twice when you are involved. You have the pleasure with working in the community on a project for the common good and then you receive additional business too. Public Service Announcements or PSA’s are not the only way radio stations can help your mobile detailing business. They can also help by Radio Station Give Aways.
The high number and severity of the hurricanes this season has brought about a new level of awareness to severe weather safety. One of the essential items in severe weather safety is the weather radio. Although the radio can be used at any time, it is most important when electricity is not available and severe weather is approaching. During storms, it is quite common for power to be cut off for any length of time. It is important to know where the storm is, how severe it is, and where it is headed. The weather radio can provide this information, allowing you and your family to seek shelter and take the precautions necessary to survive a severe storm.
There is a tremendous amount of software,
complicated high priced newsletters, radio and
TV stock pickers and Internet web sites that
will help you find a stock that is going to make
Think for a moment some day and consider the kind of advertising you see in your post box, on the TV, on your computer, on the radio, etc. Then ask yourself this question, “Would I buy this or not?” If you say “No,” then ask yourself why. If you say “Yes,” then ask yourself why.