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In the case of reviews, particularly bad reviews, it is always best to respond and attempt to work it out. Posting compelling content on a regular basis is crucial to the success of using social media for plumbing marketing. Every day people login to their social media accounts with the intent of consuming content. When using social media for plumbing is it important to get in the habit of posting content on a regular basis. It should be as frequently as possible, several times a week, if not every day. It is also important to embrace different types of content; from blogs, videos, images, memes, infographics, short video clips, live video streaming, and stories , its all relevant these days. And for each type of content there is a consumer waiting to eat it up! Posting regularly and diversifying the type of content is part of forming good habits when using social media for plumbing marketing. Part of a successful social media strategy, is growing the network.

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A classic pedestal birdbath can work; its basin is usually both wide and deep. But because it may be too deep for hummingbirds, you should add stones if needed to keep the water shallow. Maintenance is fairly simple, too. Make sure to keep an eye on the water level, especially on windy days. Refill the basin as needed to assure that the pump doesn’t run dry. The best thing about a solar fountain is that you don’t need an electrical outlet, so you can put the birdbath almost anywhere. Just be sure that the small solar panel, attached by a cord to the pump, is in direct sunlight. The fountain will temporarily stop spraying on overcast days or if a large cloud moves across Gordontheplumber.com Westmont IL Dupage County the sun. Once you have a solar fountain bubbling away, it’s time to amp things up.

https://www.familyhandyman.com/garden/hummingbirds-love-this-type-of-birdbath/

Besides I wanted to prepare to take my Master Plumbers Exam. Fall of 1977 I registered for preparation classes to take the written part of the licensed master plumber exam. I had the seven years required to be eligible to take the test, so I figured why not. I was 27 at the time and in those days everyone would say “no one passes that test on the first try” so I guess I should get started. I and two of my friends who also owned their own plumbing business’s decided we would all work together and studied both in the night classes during the week as well as tutored each other on weekends. The class was given at that time by one of the chief plumbing inspectors of the borough of Brooklyn, New York Bill Marion. He was very knowledgeable of N.Y. City plumbing code and we would essentially concentrate and review in detail test results from past master plumbers exams. So much in detail, I’ll never forget that Bill would point to specific questions and tell us to pay close attention to that one! We all took the test I believe in December of 1977 and all three of us passed without a hitch. At the time I didn’t think much of the questions that Bill told us to pay attention to because this was a completely new test and he was referring to tests from the past.

http://www.bobsplumbingvideos.com/master-plumbers-exam-practical-test/

Eligible females diminishing; School in crisis. During recent years, the percentage of lesbian, bisexual, and ‘bicurious’ females in the average high school has exploded throughout schools all over the US. This recent change has been pinpointed to the start of the 21st century, and has risen dramatically every passing year. In recent years however, the rate has nearly quadrupled. In 1993 the average percentage of lesbians in a high school was 3%, and is now nearly 97.36%. The impending future, if this situation is left unchecked, is catastrophic. But we needn’t even look that far ahead; this epidemic is already having massive consequences, namely, the physical and mental harm caused to young men across the country as a result of the absence of sexual interactions with young women. “The injuries I have sustained due to the lack of eligible, heterosexual girls are unbearable, and the various ointments and aloes for my affected areas are putting a huge fiscal strain on my household. It’s destroying my family. If the current situation gets any worse I don’t know what I’ll do,” said one student of Onteora High School. The massive amounts of testosterone and sexual tension are at record highs and there is no end in sight for this crisis.

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The New Year is a positive time – we’re inspired with hope by the idea of a fresh start and what the year may bring.  So many of us resolve to save money or get our bodies in shape – but what about also getting your plumbing in shape this year? We’ve come up with 5 nifty plumbing-related resolutions that we think everyone should try over the course of the new year! We would like to encourage you throughout the new year to follow these and other plumbing maintenance resolutions you may come up with, for the benefit of yourself and your family, your neighbors, and our environment. As always, PlumbingSupply.com® wishes you a safe and happy New Year! Water is one of our most precious natural resources – we can’t live without it, and yet there’s a very limited supply. If you’re thinking of doing a kitchen, bath or laundry room remodel this year, choose water-efficient faucets and shower heads, and/or place a point-of-use water heater in areas where you consistently run the taps to heat water up. Outdoors, you can install a drip-irrigation system instead of a new sprinkler or consider setting up your own rainwater harvesting system to use for watering plants or washing your car. It can be helpful to think of your toilet as another appliance in your home. Anything with moving parts can break or wear down – and that includes the moving parts of your toilet. Save water and avoid costly problems later with good maintenance this year. Ideally, your water heater should last between 10 and 15 years, but without proper maintenance many fail after 5 or 6 years, leaving you frustrated and sometimes causing significant damage to your home.

https://theplumber.com/5-easy-new-years-plumbing-resolutions/

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