It’s Not Just About the Food

Believe It or Not, Some Folks Don’t Even like Turkey

Regardless of what you’re eating this year, please have a wonderful Thanksgiving with the people you love!

From all your friends here at Electric Bricks

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Let Us Introduce You to Your New Customers

Are you struggling to find new customers? Are the numbers a bit (or a lot) lower than they should be? Are you wondering why the economy seems to be rocking and you’re not getting any of the action? The answer may be simple – someone else is getting the business before you ever get a shot. How do you change that? Get in front of potential customer before your competition does with search engine marketing.

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How to Deal with Negative Online Reviews

Since we live in a digital world, one of the worst things that can happen to your company’s reputation is negative search results on Google. Prospective customers begin judging you immediately and having unflattering comments appear can quickly undo everything you’ve worked so hard to achieve. When this happens, action should be taken immediately.

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Supporting the Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck Spooky Walk

For 30 years, Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck, a summer sleep-away camp for children and young adults with physical and developmental disabilities in Center Moriches, has held its annual Spooky Walk to help raise funds for this wonderful organization. This year, Electric Bricks is doing its small part to support Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck by placing a sponsor ad in their 30th Anniversary Spooky Walk Journal.

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We’ll be at the 14th Annual Building Business In Brookhaven Expo

Once again, Electric Bricks will be an exhibitor at the Building Business In Brookhaven Expo being held on Thursday, October 18th. This is the 3rd consecutive year we’ve attended this small business trade show along with over 100 other companies. Hundreds of people attend this show each year, and it’s a great place to make new connections or find valuable products or services to help you grow your small business.

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Four Important Things to Do Before You Design a New Website

Designing a new web site for your small business is a creative and subjective process. No matter what ultimate vision you have for your brand, there are four things you can do before the actual construction starts that will not only save you time and money, but also ensure that the entire process flows smoothly from beginning to end.

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FREE Seminar: Understanding SEO & Why It Matters

Electric Bricks owner, Keith Paul, will be giving a free seminar next Wednesday, September 27th at 9:00am aimed at helping small business owners understand the complexities and benefits of Search Engine Optimization. This 1-hour seminar is part of the Miller Business Center’s Business Bites series. All Business Bites programs are completely free and include 30 minutes of networking and refreshments beforehand.

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We’ll Be at the Strictly Business 2017 Networking Trade Show

Electric Bricks will be attending the tenth annual Strictly Business Networking Trade Show being held at the Middle Country Public Library in Centereach, 101 Eastwood Blvd, from 9am to 1pm on Tuesday, May 2, 2017.

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More IT Services from EB Partners

As mentioned in an earlier article, a common request from many Electric Bricks clients is for assistance with IT issues around their office. One of the more irritating problems plaguing many small businesses on Long Island is a broken copier or printer. Few things are as frustrating as going to make copies for an important presentation only to find that all-too-familiar paper jam icon on the screen.

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Get a Free, Do-it-Yourself Website Evaluation

Find Out What’s Holding Back Your Small Business Website

Are you sure your website is really working for you the way it should? Are search engines able to crawl it and index it easily? If they can’t then your site won’t be coming up in the search results for people who are looking for your services or products. And that means you’re missing out on opportunities to grow your small business. Google and other search engines have a long list of things they expect every website to have. The more things you do right, the better your site will perform in searches. But how do you know if your site is truly performing up to Google’s expectation?

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