Today’s release of our small business success series features Matt Hannigan, the principal and creative director of the Pennsylvania-based design company, GoodThree.
Matt purchased a repositionable wall decal for display in the GoodThree office.
Registering a boat is a necessary requirement for operating it legally within a state. Each state has different specifications on what types of boats, watercraft, and vessels need to be registered. We’ve compiled a state-by-state guide on which vessels need to be registered, those that need to display registration numbers, and customizable templates to create registration numbers according to the state requirements. Before we dive into the state-by-state guide, let’s wade through some of the most frequently asked questions concerning boat lettering laws and regulations.
In this week’s small business success story interview, we chatted with Kristina Gagliardi Wilson, the founder of Poofy Organics.
Social media has become one of the go-to mediums for growing and marketing a small business. But, is it entirely necessary for a small business to implement a social media marketing strategy? Does every type of small business actually need to use social media? Does social media use actually translate into potential leads and/or sales? We’re going to look at how social media can build your business, while also looking at a few points of caution before taking the social media plunge.
Handling or hanging a custom metal photo print can result in unwanted fingerprints or smudges. Keeping a metal print clean and free of smudges, fingerprints, and dirt is important in maintaining the crisp image of the photo. There are a few ways in which you can clean the surface of a metal print without fear of damaging your print in any way – all of which are inexpensive and time friendly.
Let’s walk through your options of how to clean a metal print to get rid of those pesky fingerprints or smudges while not damaging the actual print.