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In This Issue April 22, 2015  
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The Las Vegas Convention Center is transforming into the world's largest car wash show, with onsite registration opening today and the show floor opening tomorrow, April 23. Hope to see you in Las Vegas!
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PR Newswire Quick Quack Car Wash is giving away free car washes for 10 days to celebrate opening the doors on a new exterior only, express car wash in the Houston area. The new location in Spring, Texas is the second Houston location for the car wash chain and the nineteenth location overall. The free car wash days begin on April 28, end on May 7, and are only available at the new location.
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On May 1, 2015, St. Louis-based Rain Tunnel Express Car Wash will open its fourth Illinois location at 12 Junction Drive West in Glen Carbon. This facility marks the opening of the seventh Rain Tunnel Express Car Wash operation in the St. Louis Metro Bi-State Area.
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Idaho Statesman Driving around in a clean car is a great feeling. But in order to keep your car sparkling in the sun, you need to have it washed frequently. Depending on whether you go to an auto detailer or a standard car wash, you'll likely be faced with a variety of price ranges and services. Here's a list of what some companies across the country charge for a car wash, and how much more you'll pay for the "extras" that many businesses offer.
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SPLOID I remember being so fascinated with automatic car washes as a kid. Your mom would pull up the family car and then relinquish control to what seemed like a highly choreographed ballet of robot arms and soap ballerinas that worked together to clean your car. I would watch the bubbles, listen to the thumping and enjoy the whole experience.
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Forbes When it comes to cost cutting, companies can take one of two routes. One way involves targeted cost cutting, with tightly focused initiatives to realign the cost structure in a particular business, geography, function or process. It might include trimming indirect costs, outsourcing business processes or using Lean Six Sigma to eliminate waste. This tried-and-true approach to realigning costs works under normal circumstances.
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Business 2 Community Big data is a must when plotting marketing strategy and budgeting for creative. However, for CMOs (chief marketing officers) the truth is that unless there is a strong link between that particular guarantee and solid results for your organization, big data is just two words with no real meaning behind them.
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Huffington Post Starting a business is expensive business, even with low cost startups, when you really take the time to think about the tools you will need to be productive and to grow your brand, the actual cost of starting a business can be enough to scare you away. Although, having a nice chunk of change can certainly make the process a lot easier, resourcefulness can take you a long way.
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Forbes Search engine optimization (SEO) is something many marketers, web designers and data miners consider an "American thing"—or at least an English thing. However, SEO bridges language differences, cultural variances and seeps into every aspect of websites (or at least it should!) and website rankings. As a quick reminder, SEO is a set of evolving best practices that dictates where a website "ranks" in a search engine based on the website’s key phrases and keywords. For example, if you Google "ice cream shop San Diego," there’s a reason certain shops come up at the top of Google rankings: SEO. Likewise, if you Google "helado Chihuahua," certain ice cream parlors in Chihuahua, Mexico will come up (and hopefully not Chihuahua-flavored ice cream).
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The Daily Courier Question: I have an attractive website, but it seems that no one visits it. Can SCORE give me some guidance on ways to increase traffic and help my site become an asset to my business? Answer: In the early days of the World Wide Web, just putting up a website was enough. Today, with over 30 billion websites online, you need to do more than just launch a site to attract traffic. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is one important technique.
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Search Engine Land A couple of months ago, I talked about how the role of an SEO professional is undergoing a serious transformation. Yes, our primary job is still to drive organic traffic and increase organic revenue — but the way that we do that now has changed so much that we’ve had to acquire additional skills in order to make that happen. Nowadays, you have to think and act like a content developer, user experience advocate, digital strategist, creative marketer and cheerleader if you’re going to survive in SEO.
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DRB Systems has announced the appointment of Bill Morgenstern as their new President. He assumed responsibilities on April 1, 2015 and will succeed co-founder Dale Brott. Brott will continue to serve on the board of directors and as a strategic advisor.
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In September of 2014, Doug Deal (owner of Huron Valley Sales, Inc./PROPAK) and Jeff Deal (owner of Hamilton Engineering, Inc.), announced that, in the coming months, all day to day operations of Huron Valley Sales, Inc./PROPAK would be acquired by Hamilton Engineering, Inc.
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