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Aug 13, 2018  

The first step Gordontheplumber.com Roselle IL 60172 in Grow Plumbings recruiting services include listing your job for free! The next step is a more comprehensive look at the needs of your business. We hope to match your business with qualified candidates that are knowledgeable, experienced, show good characters, and would overall be a good fit for the culture of your business. Remember when you are hiring new employees, they are a direct representation of you and your business. Which is why it is so important to be selective, after all you are putting your valuable customers in their hands. And as you probably know, good loyal customers are priceless! Finding the Right Candidates for Your Business With Grow Plumbings recruiting services, we will help you create a career center on your website! This includes relevant content pertaining to your job listings that is optimized with relevant keywords for search engines and a strong call to action! In addition we will also form a comprehensive social media strategy to promote your job listings on all of your social media platforms utilizing both inbound and outbound digital marketing strategies. Don’t Have Time to Post our Job on Recruiting Websites?

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Below, you’ll find our original post from 2016. For updated information on the 2017 scholarship opportunity from My Service Depot (now $2000!), please visit https://www.smartservice.com/smart-service-scholarship/ Are you currently attending, or plan to attend, a college, university, or trade school with the intention of pursuing a career in a field service industry? Know someone who is? Well, we have some good news: a $1000 scholarship is being offered by My Service Depot for the 2017 Spring and Fall semesters! The company, known for its Smart Service software, has chosen to offer the twice-yearly scholarship in light of the growing movement to better recognize alternative career paths after high school, as well as the chronic shortage of skilled workers. Says Creative Director Ben Yackshaw, “At My Service Depot, we feel that too much effort is spent directing young men and women to pursue traditional four year colleges and liberal arts degrees when those degrees don’t necessarily translate into good jobs for graduating students.  Meanwhile, many field service occupations that offer intellectually stimulating and well-paying work remain understaffed.” The scholarship is open to anyone who’s enrolled or planning to enroll in a skilled trades program, and  has graduated high school in the last 15 years – or will have graduated at the time of receiving the award – with a 2.5 GPA or better. All that’s needed is either a video (5 minutes or less) or written essay explaining the applicant’s interest in the skilled trades. Video is preferred “both to increase the appeal of the opportunity and to emphasize traits (affability, presentation) we feel will better serve aspiring field service professionals in their chosen field.” For full details and eligibility requirements, visit http://www.smartservice.com/scholarship.html – entries for Spring 2017 must be submitted by Thursday, November 10th, 2016! We think this is a great opportunity, and encourage everyone to spread the word!

https://theplumber.com/1000-scholarship-available-for-students-pursuing-careers-in-skilled-trades/

Social media sites are a great way to reach your target audience and engage with them. Local directory sites, like Yelp and Google are a great way to increase your online visibility. Both social media and local directories will help you gain insight into how your customers associate with your brand. Once you have your social media profiles create, it is important to cultivate an ongoing content strategy . A good content strategy will help you cultivate a good online reputation, because it gives your credibility. You content strategy allows you to demonstrate your knowledge and establish yourself as an expert in your field. A good content strategy will incorporate a diverse assortment of content from: simple status updates, a blog, images, videos, infographics, memes, and short video clips. The more diverse your content strategy, the better visibility you will have, which gives you a chance to create a better online reputation. Once you have established your online reputation, it is important to continually manage it, in order to protect it.

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If you’re thinking of doing a kitchen, bath or laundry room remodel this year, choose water-efficient faucets and shower heads, and/or place a point-of-use water heater in areas where you consistently run the taps to heat water up. Outdoors, you can install a drip-irrigation system instead of a new sprinkler or consider setting up your own rainwater harvesting system to use for watering plants or washing your car. It can be helpful to think of your toilet as another appliance in your home. Anything with moving parts can break or wear down – and that includes the moving parts of your toilet. Save water and avoid costly problems later with good maintenance this year. Ideally, your water heater should last between 10 and 15 years, but without proper maintenance many fail after 5 or 6 years, leaving you frustrated and sometimes causing significant damage to your home. An annual flush and all-around check to make sure all the parts are functioning well can help you avoid cold showers, save you money, and extend the life of your water heater. Nobody wants to deal with the hassle (and often major expense) associated with clogged drains. This year, take steps to prevent clogs before they happen by placing mesh screens or strainers in your sinks, tub or shower, etc., not putting anything down the drain or toilet that doesn’t belong (i.e. grease, baby wipes, razors, etc.), and by using non-corrosive, septic-friendly bacterial drain cleaners regularly.

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For a frozen water heater system, wait until it has thawed before turning it on and inspect leaks in the system. If you water has frozen inside your water heater contact the manufacturer. Choosing the best location for your water heater is quite tricky. Luckily, there are several options.  Lack of proper planning may lead to irregular water temperatures. Poor flow of water, need for regular maintenance , or worse still, damage to the whole system. It’s better to install the tankless water heater in the same location where the old heater was. Only a few changes are necessary. This way you will cut the installation costs. You will use the hot water line, and water and gas supplies that are already in place.

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