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Posts Tagged ‘Architecture Photography’

18 Emerging Trends in Residential Design.

Interior Design,Renovations, home remodeling

Design Trends in residential design continue to change at breakneck speed. The only constant is change. This is driven in large part by social media sites such as Pinterest and Houz.  Outdoor spaces are being integrated into indoors living areas. A blending of two completely different spaces are now treated as one.  Trend # 2…

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Christmas at the Fells 2018

Interior design photography

The Fells is the Historic Estate of Statesman John Hay.Hay  at age twenty-two was chosen as private secretary to Abraham Lincoln. He went on to serve as ambassador to Great Britain and served as Secretary of State under presidents William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt. The Fells, named after Hay’s ancestral Scotland, is situated on a hillside in…

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The Skilled Labor Shortage

Kitchen Renovation Photography

  There is no hiding the fact that New Hampshire and the country in generally are facing a major skilled labor shortage. There are many reasons for this. The majority of your current skilled tradesmen are close to retirement. High Schools have done a poor job of providing kids with options besides a four year…

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Five Tips to a Better Email Newsletter

  Email marketing is a great and inexpensive way to keep your firm in front of perspective clients. It is also a wonderful way to develop repeat business from previous clients. Email marketing should be a part of every firm’s marketing strategy. Tim Asimos of Circle S Studio https://www.circlesstudio.com/insights/  offers some great tips for getting…

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The Other 20%

  It is no secret that creative type businesses such as architecture, commercial photography, and ad agencies generate 80% or more of their commissions from referrals and repeat clients. As small business owners we are always worried. Is the well of repeat clients and referrals going to dry up in the future? One way to…

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