Five SEO do’s
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices change so frequently that it is sometimes hard for marketers to keep up. What we did a few years ago can now drastically harm your website’s performance, and what we do now will most likely need to be revisited in a year or two. We’ve put together a list of 5 SEO “do’s” that will are fundamental in increasing your website’s traffic and proving your brand to be a leader in the industry.
Do update content often
Content is one of the keys to SEO, but in order for it to have a positive effect, content must be done right. To keep content updated and fresh,
Young brothers open Whoopie Pie stand in Bangor
BANGOR - Vacationland is filled with tourists and visitors this time of year, but rather than kick back and relax, a pair of brothers from Arizona decided to turn their time in Maine into a working vacation. Justin and Ryan Speirs set up a whoopie pie stand called Whoopie Works outside of their grandfather's home on Westland Street in Bangor last week where motorists and pedestrians alike couldn't resist stopping for a treat.
"I drive by every day, but yesterday they were sold out," said Norman Hall of Hermon. "I was able to pick up four today, and two of them are for myself."
When others upon you depend
You look into their trusting eyes and you think to yourself, Wow, I am blessed. And that is indeed true. But that means you are the teacher, the provider and maybe most importantly, the protector. What would they do if you weren’t there?
‘Responsibility requires action’ – I read this quote and thought, BAM. These words scoop up in a small sentence exactly the theme of parenting. The quote is both succinct and insightful. The responsibility of dependents requires you to act on their behalf, to both protect them now and in the event you cannot take care of them because of some future, totally unexpected calamity. But what can we do? Where do we start? Let’s give this some thought.
Summer is here and with it comes hard work at farms across the country. The law requires employers to keep their workers safe on the job, housed in safe and sanitary residential facilities and paid their legally required wages. The Wage and Hour Division enforces the law to protect workers and ensure that businesses playing by the rules aren’t hurt by those who reduce their labor costs by breaking the law and cheating their workers.
Education and outreach has been and will continue to be a key strategy for promoting sustained industrywide compliance. Workers who are aware of their rights and employers who are aware of their legal responsibilities are able to identify and fix labor violations or to prevent them from occurring in the first place.
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