What is your first impression when you visit an establishment? Is it the color of the building? The design? The service? Many people have their own version of first impressions, but there are some that are highly considered compared to most. If you were to make your way to a certain establishment, what is one of the first things you get in contact with? In most cases, the parking facilities or their parking systems and equipment.
Coming into contact with poor parking systems will negatively impact your next visit because you have associated the establishment with how their parking systems or parking equipment performs. Most do not understand the fundamental importance of first impressions because it can be a major contributor to whether you keep or lose a client, customer, etc., For example according to a study, seniors say that hospital parking systems influences their first impression of a healthcare facility, second only to the condition of the lobby. If you are willing to install or even improve the service that your parking systems deliver then there are various companies that provide parking facilities for your building or establishment. It would be appropriate to seek out well established parking systems providers who may better understand your needs.
You will definitely notice a significant improvement on your part and others involved as your first impression will be a positive one.
This guide will take you through the basic steps of performing SEO on your website.
Keywords are the words that web surfers enter in search engines like Google, Yahoo! or Bing - with the probable intent of finding products to buy, useful information, news or things to entertain. You'll want to optimize your website for effective keywords that might bring you lots of targeted visitor traffic from the search engines.
Brainstorm broad terms that are related to your business, products and services. These words are going to build your keyword core that you will further use to create a list of keyword phrase combos to optimize your site for.
Good keyword tools:
Keyword suggestion tools
I got a bit in to what makes EVE different from other more traditional MMO’s in my last post. In this post I plan to cover a bit more of how you actually play EVE and some of my initial impressions of the game. If you already know how to play EVE, most of this post won’t be that interesting to you I imagine (but do feel free to still read it). I won’t be going in to every detail about the game, but I hope to hit on some of what I consider the major points of interest. As I stated in the previous post EVE is in many ways a sandbox MMO where users are free, or certainly more free than other MMO’s, to play the way they wish. I’m certain that there are cool things you can do in EVE that I’m not even remotely aware of. Keep in mind that EVE is still a video game with limits and restrictions though, so you can’t do everything you ever dreamed of doing in space. But let’s start from the very beginning: being a brand new pilot in EVE.
EVE Character Creation Screen
In the beginning of EVE you start by creating your character (avatar), like in many other MMO’s. The character creation tool allows you to pick from four different factions, choose your family background within that faction, and gives tons of tools to alter your appearance. The character creation tool is quite robust in EVE, and you can adjust down to the fine facial details if you care to (and even your pose, eyebrow height, and smile for your game icon picture). In games I tend to pick the stock character models or hit random until I find something I like, but having all these options available is never a problem. The race you chose does confer certain bonuses to your ships (what types of weapons are best for instance), but most of the game is spent in a ship so the impact of your appearance is somewhat limited (aside from your in game icon).