The best book I have ever read on the subject of advertising has a title that’s brief and to the point — How to Advertise. Originally published in 1976, the book is a slim volume and a quick read, but each chapter is filled with concise, numbered points that provide solid nuggets of information on how to produce the best ads.
How many times have you had a great story to tell, yet there was no one to listen to it? You know the kind — when you are lying in your bed, unable to sleep because you’ve just come up with a great idea.
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In these times of economic insecurity, the term “return on investment” can sometimes get down to a matter of immediate dollars and cents. But the HVACR industry may need to step back for a bit of broader perspective.
President George W. Bush presented an upbeat message on the firm foundation of the U.S. economy at his Economic Forum at Baylor University in Waco, TX. On the same day, however, the Federal Reserve noted some weakness in the economy.
I’m a sucker for good ideas. A recent visit with members of the AirTime 500 HVACR contractor group inspired me to think of ideas that might help some contractors gain a marketing edge over their competitors.
Voted “Best Amusement Park in the World” by Amusement Today for four years in a row, Cedar Point in Sandusky, OH, is about sharing family fun and surviving daring rides. But Monty Jasper, vice president of Maintenance and Construction, has a different perspective.