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What Every Business Owner or Executive Should Know About Mobile Web Development

Posted Thu, June 12, 2014 by Julie Short - The HVAC Girl
For a lot of business leaders, mobile web development is a little bit like the weather - they understand it well enough to see the trends, but couldn't really tell you what the real driving forces or long-term implications are. That's understandable, e...    view full article >>
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4 Things Your Website Says to Potential Customers

Posted Tue, March 4, 2014 by Julie Short - The HVAC Girl
Your website is your first impression. It's often your first and sometimes only chance to attract new business online. Having a sleek-looking and functional site design will attractively display your company after a search engine directs them to your site...    view full article >>
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Why a New Website Can Give You So Much More Than a New Online Look (and What the Difference Can Mean for Your Bottom Line)

Posted Sun, February 2, 2014 by Julie Short - The HVAC Girl
For a lot of companies, the time for a new business website comes around at the exact moment that management decides the old site "looks old." While that's not a bad way to judge the aesthetics of your web presence, it's not a great measuring stick for tr...    view full article >>
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Century Sales & Service - HVAC Filter & Sterilization Company New Website Goes Live

Posted Tue, January 28, 2014 by Julie Short - The HVAC Girl
Century Sales & Service is a 35-year old, Dallas-based HVAC - air filtration distribution and air sterilization company that started working with the HVAC Girl to develop the CSS logo.  We are proud to announce that their new website has been launched! ...    view full article >>
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5 Reasons Every Manufacturer Needs a Powerful CRM Platform

Posted Thu, January 16, 2014 by Julie Short - The HVAC Girl
Manufacturers tend to love technologies that make production faster, cheaper, or more reliable while casting a doubtful eye on new ideas that can help other parts of the company. Part of that probably has to do with the fact that manufacturers work in env...    view full article >>
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Coco Architectural Grilles & Metal Craft

Posted Mon, October 7, 2013 by Julie Short - The HVAC Girl
Business owners and executives often like to think that customer service begins and ends with personal interactions – the telephone conversations and e-mails they exchange with buyers. As important as these encounters are, however, the reality is that y...    view full article >>
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