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Home renovations to fit the ‘new normal’ of homeownership

July 3, 2020

BPT With people across the country spending more time at home than ever before, home improvement projects are increasingly becoming top of mind for homeowners. Despite the financial difficulties brought on by the pandemic, 77% of homeowners say their home renovation budget for 2020 is the same or greater than last year, according to a…

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How to stop wasting perfectly good water down the drain

June 25, 2020

Eliminate water waste and get hot water on demand with new home improvement system BPT What happens when you turn on the shower? In the typical North American home, cold water comes pouring out. Because this is a shock to the body, most people make it a habit to run the shower for a few…

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Top things to know about Economic Impact Payment cards

June 25, 2020

BPT As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change our lives in unprecedented ways, more and more consumers seek secure, reliable solutions for making purchases in-person, online or over the phone. For the millions of Americans who receive government payments, including emergency relief funds from the U.S. government, one such solution is Government Payment Cards, or…

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Seven tips to save money and have fun shopping online

June 11, 2020

FAMILY FEATURES Online shopping allows you the ease of getting items delivered directly to your door. Not only is online shopping convenient, but it also allows you to discover sites that help you save money while shopping. Credited with being the original daily deals site, launching in 2004, Woot! makes it easy for shoppers to…

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Top ways to reach your target market

June 5, 2020

FAMILY FEATURES An amazing product, a phenomenal business model and a great team may put you on the right path, but ultimately, they mean little to your chances for success as a business owner if you don’t get in front of your target market.  Fully understanding your target audience and developing the right methods to…

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Five ways to help prevent home cyberattacks

June 5, 2020

BPT Being home 100% of the time has become the new norm for many Americans, as social distancing is implemented in communities across the country to slow the rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic. Connected devices are being used virtually nonstop, as the homebound stream shows to binge watch and video chat with friends to help pass…

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What we’ve learned from working at home

May 29, 2020

BPT The recent transition to widespread working from home has shown that the experience has been both educational and eye-opening for many. Working at home means learning to cope with distractions, space constraints, managing time with family and learning new skills. And, according to new consumer research, it has also meant reassessing what is most…

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Going digital is a powerful tool for small businesses in the new normal

May 22, 2020

BPT  If you own a small business, or frequently shop at one, you know that COVID-19 has instantly changed everything. As brick-and-mortar shops have had to temporarily close to customers, the need to adapt has never been greater. For small businesses willing to reinvent themselves, going digital — or ramping up your digital operation if…

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