Posts Tagged business
Hiring a Qualified, Legitimate Contractor
By Kimberly Martin on 2 May 2014
Atlanta — Entrusting a stranger to work on your home in any way is typically a scary process. What if they don’t do the job correctly and leave you with poor workmanship or in an even worse predicament than before they arrived? Scary stories from the news about contractors that took money and ran only add to the fear. Many people don’t like the idea of entrusting their projects to someone unknown, so they tend to either attempt the project on their own, call up a friend who’s handy with a hammer, or simply put the problem off until it gets worse. However, it isn’t as difficult as it seems to hire a contractor who is qualified and trustworthy to handle the job—you just have to use proper, discerning measures, and we have listed a few of the most important steps to make your job a little easier.
Snehta Inc. to Sponsor the 2014 Remodeling Leadership Conference
By Kelly Masters on 28 April 2014
Atlanta, GA – Sales and marketing software provider Snehta Inc. has announced their sponsorship for the 2014 Remodeling Leadership Conference in Alexandria, VA. The three-day event will take place May 7-9 at The Westin Alexandria. Each year, the Remodeling Leadership Conference draws in hundreds of top remodelers nationwide by providing innovative educational seminars and prestigious awards programs.
By Melody Boggs on 25 April 2014
Atlanta–As a business grows, so does its products, goals, and targeted consumers. In order to provide the most accurate information and customer assistance, your business website must reflect those changes. That’s why the Snehta website is getting a facelift. Featuring new content that highlights their current products, customer service, recent partnerships, and consumer testimonials, the website is sure to attract a new brand of customers while also keeping the current customers informed and satisfied.
In addition to a new, appealing look, the site will now include sections discussing:
Snehta Works with Habitat for Humanity
By Kimberly Martin on 7 March 2014
Atlanta — This week we’d like to tell you about Snehta’s volunteer project–working with Habitat for Humanity to help finish building a home! Clark Howard, a broadcaster for Atlanta’s WSB-TV, hosts an annual event with Habitat for Humanity to help build homes for those in need that anyone can volunteer to join in on—and this year, Snehta took part. Working with Habitat for Humanity is guaranteed to be a life-changing experience not only for those who receive a finished home, but also for the volunteers themselves. While quite a few of Snehta’s employees including Brad Bowden and Clay Failor worked on the project, three of them—Aysha LaBon, Kelly Masters, and Sean Travers—decided to share their experiences and express how helping others not only gave them a sense of accomplishment, but also changed the way they see the world and their work with Snehta.
Why Consumers Should Write Online Reviews
By Melody Boggs on 28 February 2014
Atlanta–When it comes to discovering a small business’ reputation, more research is being done online than ever before. Naturally, this is because it’s easier and more convenient than relying on word-of-mouth testimonials (which aren’t by any means obsolete just yet). Online reviews from complete strangers, however, are carrying more weight in this ever-increasing digital world. According to the Local Consumer Review Survey in 2012, as much as 72% of customers trust online reviews as much as word-of-mouth recommendations, and that number is expected to rise through 2014. The good thing about this is that most online reviews are highly reliable, and they help customers make smarter decisions concerning which products and services to purchase and which to avoid.