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  • Safe Self-Storage: The Rule, Not The Exception

    As the tenant of a self-storage facility, you pay a monthly fee in exchange for the opportunity to secure your valuable belongings in a particular unit and to access it at any time during business hours. The owner of the facility, for his/her part, promises to protect the property with reasonable security measures. However, recent news articles point to a rash of criminal behavior occurring at storage facilities around the country.
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  • Optimize Your Millenial Business Appeal By Offering SaaS Internet Cloud Services

    If you are a small business owner who is trying to attract millennials to your customer base, the best way to do it is by expanding your internet presence to be more user-friendly and useful. One of the easiest ways you can do this is by offering SaaS (software as a service) to users through a separate internet hosting company. If you have the right business model, this can move a lot of your profits to the online sector with relative ease.
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  • Tips For Storing RC Planes

    Collecting RC and model airplanes is a fun hobby, but the aircraft models can be fairly large to store at home between flights. They can also be delicate, which means careful storage is needed to make sure they aren't harmed. A storage unit provides a safe storage spot that also frees up space in your home. The following tips will help you store the planes properly. Tip #1: Clean carefully
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  • Three Reasons To Purchase Your Electronics Online

    If you are looking for affordable tablets, classic game systems, or the latest laptops, you may want to simply sit down at your computer. This is because you can find everything that you are looking for online. Not only is shopping online faster, but you may find that there are ways to make it cheaper as well, and these are not the only advantages you will find by shopping this way.
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  • How To Get Your Lawn Mower Ready For Rental Unit Storage

    When relocating, it is sometimes necessary to store some of your possessions in a storage unit. This may be due to lack of space at your new home or lack of necessity for some of your things. Before you store your lawn mower in a storage unit, it is necessary to drain some of its fluids and prepare it for storage to prolong its life and to follow the rental unit's rules.
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  • Quality Research And Reliable Results - Advantages Of Using A Consistent Peptide Service

    As the world economy continues to grow and evolve, it's becoming increasingly clear that one area in which the United States will remain a world leader is biological research. In fact, the work that goes in to studying the biological compounds which control the human body is incredibly important, and peptide research is a vital part of that process. Unfortunately, many researchers struggle to find a reliable source of peptides that will allow them to conduct timely research with fresh products.
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  • How To Create A DIY Terraced Garden Over A Weekend

    Whether your landscaping is overgrown, sparse, or simply nonexistent, you may be looking for a few tips to help revitalize your lawn and garden. A terraced garden can be a great way to utilize and add color and texture to a smaller space. However, when you're facing a large DIY project, you may not know where to begin. Read on to learn more about how you can create a terraced backyard garden over a long weekend -- with only the assistance of your local construction rental company.
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  • All's Fare: NYC Taxicab Driver Regulations That May Surprise You

    Taxicab drivers look like they rule the road as they weave their way through traffic to get you to your destination safely. It may seem like they are above the law, but the truth is taxicab drivers in New York City are held to strict regulations. Not only must they obey traffic regulations, they must comply with regulations regarding the inside of the cab, too. While some rules may be humorous, they are designed to protect your safety.
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  • Troubleshooting Common Printer Problems

    Dealing with a malfunctioning printer can be a real hassle, especially if you need to print an important document. Unfortunately, printers are delicate machines with many moving parts, making printing issues quite common. This is especially true if you have a desktop inkjet printer at home, as many people do. Before you go spending any of your hard-earned money for diagnostic testing at your local printer repair shop, however, there are a few basic steps you can follow to troubleshoot your printer from home.
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  • Business Marketing: Which Type Of Hashtag Should You Use?

    For anyone that uses social media, it's hard to escape the innocuous little hashtag (a word or phrase preceded by #). This humble symbol has become such a global phenomenon that the American Dialect Society chose 'hashtag' as their 2012 word of the year. That aside, when a high-profile marketing campaign backfires because somebody used a hashtag the wrong way, it's clear that brands still have a lot to learn. Accelerate your digital campaign effectiveness, and learn more about the different types of hashtags that marketers can use.
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