Showing posts with label Light. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Light. Show all posts

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Incredible Financial Gains With Christmas Light Business

Incredible Financial Gains With Christmas Light Business

Every year during the holiday season, people adorn landscapes, terraces, Christmas trees, and even a group of ice skating penguins with brilliant lights. These Christmas light displays represent a contrast between modernity and antiquity. Competition between Christmas light manufacturers has brought new technologies to light design, making such lights more accessible and affordable to everyone. Today it is hard to imagine an American neighborhood without Christmas lights. Many people look for help putting up their lights in the holiday season, so a well-framed Christmas Light Installation Business proves to be highly profitable.

With over 7 years of rich experience in the Christmas Lighting industry, and making a lot of painful mistakes before attaining this huge success, we have designed a business kit that proves to be the best teaching aid for anyone who wants to get into the business of installing Christmas lights. For any successful business, one needs to be extremely prudent about advertising, choosing suppliers, the equipment employed and hiring contractors. It is thus absolutely necessary to have a mentor, who can teach you the tricks of the trade. After all, it is all about how you do it!

The following are the important components we provide along with this highly informative business kit:

• Christmas light wholesale supplier list – The list of suppliers from USA, Canada & UK, who can provide the highest quality lights at the best prices.
• Marketing materials package – This contains professionally-designed Business card templates, website template, Banner ads for Internet advertising, postcards for your mail outs, customizable stationary including Fax, envelopes, letterheads, Sign templates, Database template to organize your leads effectively, Business forms-Estimate, Quote, Fax and Invoice sheets, customer questionnaire and pricing list.
• Christmas light installation operations manual – This consists of useful information on supplies and equipment, installation tips, and customer & employee management. There are 14 chapters of highly useful information, which will help you to get your business up and running!
• Free Updates – Every time there is an upgrade, or new advertising material of information is added, you receive it absolutely free!
Apart from all this, we also explain the industry secrets, the various tricks & tips for getting the high- paying commercial contracts. So immediately catch hold of this business kit to bring a total turnaround in your life and financial status!

Tagg Hamilton the owner of a highly profitable Christmas Light Installers business, who has helped thousands of people to start their own business. He is the author of Christmas Cash! – How to Start a Christmas Light Business.

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Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Optimize Images For Search - Your Traffic is Only a Light Switch Away

Optimize Images For Search - Your Traffic is Only a Light Switch Away

It always surprises me when I see websites where images are either ignored, or undervalued, or both. Really, your traffic will come in flowing if you follow these simple steps and make sure your images meet the basic search engine requirements.

Every standards-compliant, Google-sensitive image reference should contain these five key items:

1. A src (source) attribute specifying the destination URL of the image
2. A width declaration where the width of the image is specified in pixels
3. A height declaration where the height of the image is specified in pixels
4. An alt (alternative text) attribute that describes the content of the image
5. A title attribute that contains text to be displayed when the user hovers the mouse over the image

So, the ideal XHTML image reference would look like this:

Now, you probably still have questions, so here are some Q&As:

1. Do all the images need to be in one folder?
Yes. The entire folder will be crawled even if just one image in on the page. It is not, however, it's a good idea to include page components that are images (i.e. borders, dividers, etc.) in a separate folder.

2. Do I need a sitemap for images?
No. I actually double-checked with Google and the answer is definitely no. If you include direct image URLs in sitemap, Google won't index the images because they do not index the images directly, but rather index the page on which the image appears.
Rather, make sure the image folder is not blocked by your robots.txt.

3. Does image file name matter?
It does. Also, use dashed between words, rather than underscores. Originally, alt text was introduced to improve the usability for people using plain text browsers. So, it is a safe assumption that if a plain text browser does not see the image information in text format, neither will the search engine crawler.

4. Do I need to use a caption by the image?
Yes. Placing a small caption directly under, on top, or on the side of the image will help the search engine see what the image is about, and with a caption, you can be more descriptive about the image.

5. Should I monitor the number of Google images indexed?
Yes! Simply type on

Also, check out the Google Image Labeler which allows you to label images already indexed by Google better.

Lastly, view this video from SMX West on the Image Search:
• Some background on the reach of Image Search
• Interesting findings on the behavior of image searchers
• Our efforts at handling multiple image referrers
• How to best feature images (image quality and placement, relevant surrounding text, etc.)

About The Author:
Maria Nikishyna is the Client Manager for Point It! Inc. and the author of Search Marketing Blog.
Maria is an accomplished search engine marketer specializing in Pay-Per-Click (PPC) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO). She oversees lead generation programs for small and medium size businesses, helping clients get outstanding results on a reasonable budget. Maria has a degree from the University of Washington.