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How A New Product Could Expand Your Sales

Know how to promote your company's newest product, and how to select the product... More

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Energy Efficiency Is Back

Hang around long enough and eventually you see and hear things come, go, and come back again. Take energy, for instance. More

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Product Roundup
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Myth Busters

Vinyl siding is far different from what it used to be, but do homeowners know it? More

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Where Have All The Lenders Gone?

How the credit crunch has affected the way home improvement companies do business More

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Profiling Success

Does personality profiling actually predict sales success? Often, but not always. More

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Why Consider Offering Financing...

In this Web seminar, co-founder of the Residential Design/Build Institute and... More

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Attention-Getter

Memphis Home Improvement celebrates its 45th anniversary this year, but when... More

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On the Fencecbtardcfwwbueawrytyd

You've been in the house what seems like all night. All buying parties are present and are showing signs of impatience. You've given them a price. They quietly balked. Now what? Whatever you do, don't get pushy or condescending. If you do, it's over. More

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Who Does the Books?

When Jim Lett started his window and door business, A.B.E. Window & Doorin Allentown, Pa., he did everything himself -- including the books. Soonenough, however, Lett began to outsource his bookkeeping. He still does, ata cost of between $450 and $500 a month. Generally, costsat home improvement companies that outsource bookkeeping range from $200 to $1,000 per month. More

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