Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Global Market Size, Status,Growth, Analysis And Forecast To 2023

PUNE, INDIA, June 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — World Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Market

Executive Summary

Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users driving revenue growth and profitability. 
The industry report lists the leading competitors and provides the insights strategic industry analysis of the key factors influencing the market. 
The report includes the forecasts, analysis and discussion of important industry trends, market size, market share estimates and profiles of the leading industry players. 

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The players mentioned in our report 
BASF 
SINOPEC CATALYST 
CNPC 
Vinci Technologies SA 
Grace

Global Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Market: Product Segment Analysis 
LVR-60 
OREBIT-3600 
CHV-1 
RAG-7 
Global Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Market: Application Segment Analysis 
High resids addition ratio feedstock 
High LPG yield and high-ON gasoline 
Other 
Global Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Market: Regional Segment Analysis 
USA 
Europe 
India 
China 
Japan 
Table of Content-Key Points Covered

Chapter 1 About the Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Industry 
    1.1 Industry Definition 
      1.1.1 Types of Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts industry 
          1.2.1.1 LVR-60 
          1.2.1.2 OREBIT-3600 
          1.2.1.3 CHV-1 
          1.2.1.4 RAG-7 
    1.2 Main Market Activities 
    1.3 Similar Industries 
    1.4 Industry at a Glance

Chapter 2 World Market Competition Landscape 
    2.1 Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Markets by regions 
      2.1.1 USA 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
      2.1.2 Europe 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
      2.1.3 China 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
      2.1.4 Japan 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
      2.1.5 India 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
    2.2 World Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Market by types 
    2.3 World Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Market by Applications 
Chapter 3 World Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Catalysts Market share 
    3.1 Major players Market share by production 
    3.2 Major players Market share by Revenue 
    3.3 Major Regions Market share by Production in 2016, Through 2022 
    3.4 Major Regions Market share By Revenue in 2016, Through 2022 
Chapter 4 Supply Chain 
    4.1 Industry Supply chain Analysis 
    4.2 Raw material Market analysis 
      4.2.1 Raw material Prices analysis 2012-2016 
      4.2.2 Raw material Supply Market analysis 
    4.2 Manufacturing Equipment Suppliers Analysis 
    4.3 Production Process Analysis 
    4.4 Production Cost Structure Benchmarks 
    4.5 End users Market Analysis 

Continued…..

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Sealant Global Market 2018 Key Players,Share, Trend, Segmentation And Forecast To 2023

PUNE, INDIA, June 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — World Sealant Market

Executive Summary 

Sealant market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, allowing you to identify the products and end users driving revenue growth and profitability. 
The industry report lists the leading competitors and provides the insights strategic industry analysis of the key factors influencing the market. 
The report includes the forecasts, analysis and discussion of important industry trends, market size, market share estimates and profiles of the leading industry players. 
Market Research states that the world Sealant market held an opportunity worth US$7230 Million in 2016. 
The market is expected to expand at 5.75% CAGR over the period between 2016 and 2022.

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The players mentioned in our report 
Dow Corning 
Momentive 
3M 
Sika 
Royal 
Shin Etsu 
Bostik 
RPM 
H.B. Fuller 
Henkel 
Guangdong Xinzhan 
Baiyun Chemical 
Zhengzhou Zhongyuan 
Shandong Yongan 
Hangzhou Zhijiang 
JianHua Silicone 
Chengdu Guibao 
Jiangmen Daguangming 
Zhejiang Liniz 
Antas Chemical

Global Sealant Market: Product Segment Analysis 
Hardening 
non-hardening 
Global Sealant Market: Application Segment Analysis 
Construction 
Automotive 
Insulating Glass 
Insulating 
Aerospace industries 
Medical 
Global Sealant Market: Regional Segment Analysis 
USA 
Europe 
India 
China 
Japan 

Table of Content-Key Points Covered

Chapter 1 About the Sealant Industry 
    1.1 Industry Definition 
      1.1.1 Types of Sealant industry 
          1.2.1.1 Hardening 
          1.2.1.2 non-hardening 
    1.2 Main Market Activities 
    1.3 Similar Industries 
    1.4 Industry at a Glance

Chapter 2 World Market Competition Landscape 
    2.1 Sealant Markets by regions 
      2.1.1 USA 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
      2.1.2 Europe 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
      2.1.3 China 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
      2.1.4 Japan 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
      2.1.5 India 
Market Revenue and Growth 2012-2017 
Market overview 
Major players Revenue in 2016 
    2.2 World Sealant Market by types 
Hardening 
non-hardening 
    2.3 World Sealant Market by Applications 
Construction 
Automotive 
Insulating Glass 
Insulating 
Aerospace industries 
Chapter 3 World Sealant Market share 
    3.1 Major players Market share by production 
    3.2 Major players Market share by Revenue 
    3.3 Major Regions Market share by Production in 2016, Through 2022 
    3.4 Major Regions Market share By Revenue in 2016, Through 2022 
Chapter 4 Supply Chain 
    4.1 Industry Supply chain Analysis 
    4.2 Raw material Market analysis 
      4.2.1 Raw material Prices analysis 2012-2016 
      4.2.2 Raw material Supply Market analysis 
    4.2 Manufacturing Equipment Suppliers Analysis 
    4.3 Production Process Analysis 
    4.4 Production Cost Structure Benchmarks 
    4.5 End users Market Analysis 

Continued….

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Celebrating 40 Years! A History of the German Language School of Connecticut (GSC)

The GSC is a private, non-profit language school with most of the professional teachers native German speakers and celebrates it's 40th year in Connecticut!

We desire to have our children learn this language, not only to remember their roots but also to be more competitive on the international scene when their professional lives start.”

— Dr. Ludanyi, Principal and President

STAMFORD, CT, US, May 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Every Year is an Achievement at The German School of Connecticut

Students from every slice of life enjoy spending their Saturday mornings learning to speak German and become immersed in Germany’s culture.
The German Language School of Connecticut is a private, non-profit language school with most of the professional teachers native German speakers. There are two semesters, and the tuition is nominal. Parent volunteers help to keep costs down.
Many of the students have a German heritage. They may come from bilingual or multilingual homes where German is spoken. Yet a good number of students attend who have no ties to the homeland and no prior knowledge of the language. They enroll for the joy of learning a new language.
This year The German Language School is celebrating forty years of successfully educating students who may chose to attend a German University, enter the German world of international business, art and politics or just feel comfortable enough with the language to read off a menu or converse with others where German is spoken.
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History of the German Language School

The month is October. The year is 1978. Couples waltz around the dance floor at The Pinewood Lake Club House. They’re enjoying dancing to the music of a big band just as much as they’d loved listening to a string quartet before dinner while sipping champagne. This is The Viennese Benefit Ball –a festive fundraiser for the newly opened German Language School. The cost of each ticket: $12.50.
Another event takes place the following June. This one, “A Little Bit of Bavaria,” is a German beer dance and sing-along. For entertainment, Schuhplattler dancers perform traditional Bavarian dances. These tickets cost $6.00 each.
The Vision of a German School

German- American parents living in Stamford, CT shared their concerns about how their children will learn to speak and write German and absorb the rich culture of their homeland. They shared their thoughts of opening a German school that would meet on Saturday mornings during the school year, thus becoming what is known as “a Saturday school.”
They were not alone with their anxiety about the importance of languages in an international world. It was underscored in April 1978 when President Jimmy Carter established a Commission on Foreign Languages and International Studies.
Opening a German Saturday school was an ambitious goal. The parents understood the need for serious financial backing, professional teachers and strong and dedicated leadership to establish a workable structure and create a challenging curriculum.

One member of this group was Frau Dr. Renate Ludanyi, a college professor of German at Western Connecticut University in Danbury, CT. As an educator, she knew that the ability to learn a new language is highest when children are young. As if she needed further convincing, her daughter kept telling her, “I want to learn German with a “real teacher.” The year was 1977—forty years ago.

Steering Committee is Formed

Members of the steering committee were Dr. Ludanyi, Mrs. Bronder, Mrs. Dautel, Mrs. Lust, Mrs. Sigrist, Mrs. Yeager and Mr. Klostemann. They established the guidelines: the school would provide professional instruction in the German language for children and adults, be in session for 30 Saturdays during the school year from mid-September to early June and have an enrollment of at least thirty students with a minimum of ten in each class. It would be affiliated with the German Language School Conference, Inc.
Before going further, this committee needed to know if there was enough interest. They sent a questionnaire to members of the Stamford community. The response was enthusiastic. “It’s an idea long overdue,” a German mother wrote. “Will you have classes for adults?” a Hungarian-German engineer asked.
The committee was further encouraged to learn the results from a recent study of 260 German companies in the United States. About half of those who responded replied that “they were hoping to hire German-speaking professionals in the near future.”

Dr. Ludanyi is quoted in the local newspaper as saying: “Because of a recent influx of German industries into Fairfield County, a new and urgent interest in the German language and culture has developed in this area.”

Building Is Found; Teachers are Hired

On May 22, 1978, a school with the name of The Independent German Language School of Southern Connecticut was incorporated. That summer was spent in finding a school willing to rent them space on Saturday mornings. It needed to be centrally located for the majority of families, accessible in all weather to the Merritt Parkway and CT Turnpike, have adequate parking and a pleasant atmosphere in which the children could work. A private K-8 school, Unquowa School, in Fairfield, CT was chosen.

College educated teachers who spoke fluent German needed to be hired. Most of the applicants were native-born Germans with advanced degrees.
Understandably, the organizers were most concerned about having a large enough enrollment. Not content to rely on solely word of mouth, they hung informational posters in libraries, supermarkets, and local businesses. They needn’t have worried.

Full article here: History of the German Language School : http://ow.ly/oVNA30khvfN

Registration is now open! Early bird discount of $100 before June 30, 2018!

Next Open House is in West Hartford:

Muriel Swaggart
The German School of Connecticut, Inc.
2035480438
email us here

Children of the German School of Connecticut signing a Christmas song on TV (Fox 61 in Hartford, CT)


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Business Intelligence, Analytics, Digital Transformation Dominate Discussion at the 2018 Business Strategies Roundtable

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., UNITED STATES, May 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — On May 23, over 120 members of the local Twin Cities business community gathered at the Metropolitan Ballroom in Golden Valley to explore how business intelligence (BI) empowers strategy, as part of the fourth-annual Small Business Strategies Roundtable. Jason Muhlstein, Twin Cities Market Leader for Wipfli LLP (Wipfli), moderated the hour-long panel discussion, and Patrick Brault, CPA, CTFA, principal and regional director for Wipfli Hewins Investment Advisors, LLC (Wipfli Hewins) in the Twin Cities, served as the emcee.

Conversation centered around some of the most talked-about topics in technology today, like artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT) and the role of big data in business. Much ink has been spilled over the “digital disruption,” and there’s no question that these advances are more than just hype — they have the potential to fundamentally change business, commerce and everyday life as we know it.

But what about the local small business owner, often called the “lifeblood” of our economy? How can this essential community leverage an increasingly data-driven culture to grow, scale and better serve their customers? The panel, which was made up of four, esteemed local business leaders, shared valuable advice for how they leveraged BI, analytics and other tools to drive strategy, measure performance and take their companies to the next level. The group included:

* Austin Coleman, Data and AI Solutions Sales Lead at Microsoft
* Bonnie Holub, PhD, Data Analysis and AI Thought Leader, and Advisory Board Member with the University of St. Thomas and University of Minnesota
* Mike Mathews, senior vice president and chief information officer at Deluxe
* Mitch Helgerson, senior vice president of Marketing and Ticket Sales for the Minnesota Wild

From navigating a small business team, to leading international company initiatives, to exploring what is on the horizon for BI, the panelists’ diverse experience, industries and areas of focus provided a robust and rounded discussion, which was followed by a Q&A with the engaged audience. Each panelist provided tangible examples of how data about business processes and performance can foster growth, as well as the challenges that can present themselves along the way. “You have to be careful not to find yourselves in a ‘data basement,’” said Mathews. “Without knowing what you are looking for, a company can find itself with a ton of information they don’t know what to do with and it becomes stale.”

Helgerson furthered this thinking through his experience with earning increased buy-in from stakeholders through results. “With the right data and insights, you can measure, demand and determine ‘the why’ behind pursuing a strategy, versus just a gut feeling,” he explained.

The group also addressed the common misconception that competitive BI is only accessible to Fortune 500 companies and large corporations. It’s quite the contrary, said Coleman, who ran a small manufacturing business in the late 1980s, prior to joining Microsoft. “This is the first time in the industrial age that size really doesn’t matter when it comes to your ability to access this type of computing and data,” he said, citing supply chain management as an example in which technologies like AI and IoT can troubleshoot process breakdowns, allowing owners to take back valuable time, money and resources.

Looking beyond the external impact, Holub cited recruiting as another key area in which owners could leverage new technologies to attract the next generation of employees and retain top talent. Her vast industry and academic experience allowed her to provide a unique perspective on the use of these technologies in the field and how they’ll benefit businesses in the future.

A key takeaway from the panel was put forth by Mathews, who encouraged business owners not to discount the impact these technologies can have on their future success and scalability. “Business intelligence is not IT — think of it as the new fuel to propel your growth trajectory and help you do business better. It is a data journey, and you are already on it.”

The 2018 Small Business Strategies Roundtable was co-sponsored by Wipfli, Wipfli Hewins, Messerli & Kramer and the Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas. Twin Cities Business Magazine was the media sponsor.

About Wipfli LLP

Wipfli is committed to providing industry-focused assurance, accounting, tax and consulting services that make a lasting, positive impact on our clients — helping them overcome personal and business challenges and plan for future success. With over 2,000 associates, Wipfli ranks among the top 20 accounting and business consulting firms in the nation. We’re proud to give our clients the value and experience of a diverse firm that specializes in a wide range of services and industries, dedicated to enduring results, outstanding service and lifetime relationships. Learn more at www.wipfli.com.

About Wipfli Hewins Investment Advisors

Hewins Financial Advisors, LLC (d/b/a “Wipfli Hewins Investment Advisors”) is a national investment advisory firm registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Guided by a CPA-based service philosophy, Wipfli Hewins specializes in providing fiduciary-focused, integrated financial planning and investment management services to individuals, families, small business and retirement plans. Learn more about the firm’s service approach, advisory team and investment philosophy at www.wipflihewins.com. Wipfli Hewins is a proud affiliate of Wipfli LLP.

Jennifer McEachin
Wipfli LLP
312-871-3450
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Home Care Agency Beats the Odds for Second Generation Businesses

Comfort Keepers Philadelphia, PA..

Philadelphia Caregivers

Comfort Keepers of Philadelphia, an award-winning home care agency, is on its second generation of ownership after 18 years in operation.

70% of family-owned businesses are either sold or fail before the second generation gets a chance to take over. After that, only 10% remain active, privately-held companies for a third generation.”

— Michele Berman, Owner

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Comfort Keepers, an in-home care service provider, was originally founded in 1998 when Kris Clum, a registered nurse who was working in home health care, discovered first-hand the need for in-home caregivers. She realized that some people require additional help to just their medical needs such as bathing, running errands, meal preparation, and completing simple household tasks. Clum knew she could provide a better solution and created Comfort Keepers.

Comfort Keepers provides non-medical, in-home care services to thousands of individuals across more than 700 franchised offices worldwide. The Comfort Keepers franchise network comprises many caring individuals who are committed to providing care solutions that enable seniors and disabled adults to live happily, safely, and independently at home. Comfort Keepers of Philadelphia is no different.

In 2000, Richard Reisman founded Comfort Keepers Philadelphia after he himself had trouble finding quality senior care for his mother with Alzheimer's. He realized something needed to change and took action. Shortly after Comfort Keepers Philadelphia was launched, Reisman fell terminally ill with lung cancer. Reisman's two children, Michele Berman and Marc Reisman, hired one of the company's caregivers to take care of their ailing parent.

“He got [his care] from knowing what people are looking for, what they expect in terms of quality of care and comfort; he realized how important that is for people,” Berman said. Berman and her brother realized the impact that the care of Comfort Keepers had provided their father and wanted to continue to help. They took over the business following their father's illness and have not looked back.

Although Comfort Keepers Philadelphia has achieved loads of success as a second-generation business, Michele and Marc are beating the odds. "70% of family-owned businesses are either sold or fail before the second generation gets a chance to take over. After that, only 10% remain active, privately-held companies for a third generation," Berman said. The Philadelphia location has received praise from the organization's corporate offices throughout the years including the President's Award for top performing locations and the Quest for Excellence Award–very big achievements for an organization with over 700 franchised locations.

Comfort Keepers provides a wide range of in-home care solutions including, but not limited to, Alzheimer's and dementia care, respite care, transportation for seniors, interactive caregiving, end of life care, and transitioning home care. Today, Berman is proud to carry on the legacy of her father and is even more proud of the difference that Comfort Keepers is making in the lives of those who need it most.

This release was drafted by Results Driven Marketing, LLC: a full-service digital marketing, public relations, advertising and content marketing firm located in Philadelphia, PA

Michele Berman, Owner
Comfort Keepers
215-600-3540
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Can You Trademark a Hashtag? Philadelphia-Based IP Lawyer Weighs In

Trademark & IP Attorneys

Intellectual Property Attorneys

If you think your hashtag needs trademark protection, you should know a little more about hashtags. Trademark lawyer Alex Sluzas of Philadelphia explains.

…in 2010, only seven companies applied for trademark hashtags but in 2016, there were around 2,200 applications. This number is surely going to increase in the coming years.”

— Alex R. Sluzas, Esq.

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today, marketing and promotion of a business or a service are considered incomplete and futile without social media. The concept of going ‘viral’ is helping products and businesses catapult their band to newer heights in a short amount time.

Trends in social media and marketing, in general, are constantly changing but one concept that is going to be vital for a long time is the hashtag. In fact, the hashtag concept is so popular that you will find it even on offline messages now, just to emphasize a point.

If you think your hashtag needs trademark protection, then you should consult a trademark lawyer. Before you go ahead and file a trademark, you should know a little more about hashtags, about what can be registered and what can't.

Hashtags and their registration

A hashtag is referred to a phrase or a single word that is preceded by a symbol of hash #, also known as the pound sign. For example, a hair color brand may use #impressivebrown hair to promote their product.

Some hashtags are common and can be used by everyone, individuals or businesses. It could be #enjoyyourlife, #lovemyhair, etc. But there are some phrases that are unique to a certain brand, examples are the ones with the tagline of popular brands.

It was when taglines for brands started catching on, companies started registering unique hashtags that identified their brand value. The registration of hashtags is a relatively new phenomenon.

According to a study by Thomson Reuters CompuMark, now known as Clarivate Analytics, in 2010, only seven companies applied for trademark hashtags but in 2016, there were around 2,200 applications. This number is surely going to increase in the coming years.

Hashtags recognized as trademark-specific

So, the question is: can you trademark a hashtag? The USPTO or the United States Patent and Trademark Office identifies registerable hashtags as those which are unique to certain businesses or brands. That means hashtags that individualize a particular business can be registered. Some of the examples of registered hashtags are of the Coca-Cola ( #smilewithacoke ), Nike ( #makeitcount ), etc.

In the recent years, the USPTO has allowed around 100 hashtag registrations, some of which are, #THESELFIE for products and services related to photography and videography, #STEAKWORTHY for restaurant businesses and #LIKEAGIRL related to information and stories on women empowerment.

Hashtags refused as trademarks

A hashtag in itself is not a trademark symbol but it is worthy of protection only when it identifies the source or the company it denotes. Thus, USPTO refused to recognize many descriptive phrases with hashtags.

Thus, hashtag registration also functions as conventional trademark recognition. The ones that identify its creator are trademark-specific hashtags and ones that are vague or common phrases are not trademarks.

Steps brands should take regarding hashtag registration

Brands should take steps to protect their business on the internet, especially social media. The first step is to register words or phrases that they have been using as their tagline or identifier without the hashtags.

For instance, if you deal with wrist watches, and if your popular tagline is, ‘Now is your time’, then you should register the phrase first. Businesses also need to use hashtags that do not include their brand name or the main brand.

Also, you should be careful in using certain hashtags that are easily identifiable with a certain company, because it may lead to copyright infringement. A trademark attorney can help you find ways to protect your hashtags and the best possible way forward.

Since hashtag creation is also included as intellectual property, an intellectual property lawyer can be of great help. It is also now necessary to include relevant clauses that caution against using your unique hashtags in your license agreement, settlement agreements, etc.

Therefore, it's necessary that you take steps to protect your brand and your business on social media platforms. An intellectual property lawyer can help you in identifying the right hashtags that require registration and can also guide you in using relevant and non-controversial hashtags that do not infringe on any other’s rights.

If you have any doubts or questions regarding hashtag trademark registration, then you should contact a Philadelphia trademark attorney at 866-975-7231.

+++++ Disclaimer +++++ This press release is considered advertising and does not constitute any client-attorney privilege and does not offer any advice or opinion on any legal matter. This release was drafted by Results Driven Marketing, LLC: a full-service, award-winning digital marketing, public relations, advertising and content marketing firm located in Philadelphia, PA

Alex R. Sluzas, Esq.
Paul & Paul Intellectual Property Attorneys
215-568-4900
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Law Firm Marketing Company Taking Results by Storm With These SEO Secrets

Law Firm Marketing Agency

By now, many people know what SEO is and how vital is it to a company's internet visibility. Our law firm marketing expert Mary Ann Fasanella weighs in.

No matter the size of your firm, we will find ways to save you money and build your client book. We offer free consultations to discuss your position in the market and how it can be greatly improved.”

— Mary Ann Fasanella, CEO

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — When it comes to marketing, there’s no such thing as planning too far ahead. The budget has been approved and the results of the previous year are in. Now is the time to retool your SEO marketing. By everyone knows what SEO is and how vital it is to a company’s visibility on the Internet. It’s part of your business and has the power to get you ahead of your competitors. And as technology changes, so do the rules for SEO.

Google is the boss when it comes to creating signals for ranking. It has things it likes (e.g., NAP on every page) and things it doesn’t (e.g., keyword stuffing). Yet, there are things we can do to improve SEO. And to start off the new year right, let’s use some new SEO practices.

Actionable SEO Methods for your Firm

Content marketing and SEO go hand in hand. There are areas to look at when trying to improve your website’s ranking.

1. Load Time – The faster a page loads, the longer a visitor will stay. Per Google, mobile page speed will be a ranking factor starting July 2018. For example, thirty seconds for a page to load is considered slow. Ensuring a faster load will take some technical skills such as:
  a. Reducing the HTTP calls by merging CSS and JavaScript files.
  b. Compressing images.
  c. Implementing browser caching and Grip compression.
  d. Minifying CSS and JavaScript files.

This next tip has to do with branding. Do you have a personal brand for your law firm? This is more than just having an eye-catching logo; it’s about being recognized, which means getting your name out there and proving you are an authority in your practice areas, achieved by blog posts usually.

2. Link Building – To build a link, you have to work at it. You shouldn’t just contact someone out of the blue and ask if you can link to his or her website. This is like sending an invite on LinkedIn to someone who is a 10th or higher connection. The person does not know you and will ignore the invite. To efficiently build links, you’ll need to build relationships first. This means gaining people's’ trust. This can be done by:
  a. Creating profiles on social media networks that are appropriate for your firm.
  b. Consistently sharing content from other lawyers or law professionals along with your insight.
  c. Engaging with your audience – Respond back to those who left a review, commented on your Tweet, shared your infographic … etc.
  d. Consistently publishing content on your website (i.e. blog) and in publications. This will present you as an authority in your field. It doesn’t hurt to republish or update an older blog.

3. Schema – This is HTML code that you add to keywords and phrases to help Google’s bots tag and categorize them. The tags let Google (and other search engines) know that they are related to the legal profession and your law firm. You can attach the schema to emails, contact information, reviews, images and more.

4. Organization – This is very important to not only visitors but for SEO as part of your law firm marketing plan. People find content on your website page (aside from keywords) as part of its organization. For example, you should have a page for each attorney and practice area. The more pages you have, the more opportunities for keyword searches.

5. SEO Paragraphs – You already have a blog on your website, which should be at least 600 words. But what about the descriptions of your images and video? Instead of just a few words (e.g., alt tags), you should write small paragraphs to describe each image and video. The paragraphs should be at least 200 words. Google uses the descriptions to categorize the images and videos. And you’ll rank for your target keywords.

6. Create Keywords – In addition to using SEO tools to create your target keywords, you can create your own. This is beneficial when you write about a brand (your law firm), process or technique you created and name it. Since they are unique, they will always rank #1.

The Tip of the SEO Iceberg

These are just some ideas from our SEO experts. At Advisory Concept Evolvers, we have a full arsenal of digital marketing tools to help your law firm get the recognition it deserves. Ten years ago, having a website wasn’t mandatory as it is today. In the past five years, SEO has become a key part of web content as well as content on social media networks.

No matter the size of your firm, we will find ways to save you money and build your client book. We offer free consultations to discuss your position in the market and how it can be greatly improved. Call or email us today!

Mary Ann Fasanella, CEO
Advisory Concept Evolvers
215-510-2167
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Bankruptcy Lawyer Explains the Difference Between a Dismissal and a Discharge in Bankruptcy

Philadelphia Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney

Although the terms “dismissal” and “discharge” may sound similar, their meanings are extremely different. Attorney Mike Cibik of Cibik & Cataldo weighs in.

Although the terms “dismissal” and “Discharge” may sound similar, their meanings are extremely different. You would be surprised to find out how different these two things are in the bankruptcy world.”

— Michael A. Cibik, Partner

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Although bankruptcy cases may seem complex, there are only two ways they could end either through a discharge or a dismissal.

Although the terms “dismissal” and “discharge” may sound similar, their meanings are extremely different. You would be surprised to find out how different these two things are in the bankruptcy world.

So what exactly is the difference between a dismissal and a discharge in the legal world of bankruptcy? Below, our bankruptcy lawyer will take you through the differences between the two different outcomes of a bankruptcy case.

Dismissal

The last thing a debtor would ever want to hear is the word “dismissal” because it generally means that your creditors win, you lose, and your debt obligations will remain in place. This is considered to be one of the worst-case scenarios for the debtor.

When a bankruptcy is considered dismissed, it means that the case will end early—leaving out a discharge—and the creditors may immediately begin trying to (or continue to) collect the debts that you owe to them. This includes anything from garnishing your wages or foreclosing on your property.

Dismissals can occur for many different reasons. Some might either catalyze a failure by the debtor with the Bankruptcy Code or a default payment under the Chapter 13 plan.

Discharge

On the contrary, a “discharge” is music to the debtor’s ears. In other terms, it means that ultimately, you win and you do not have to pay the certain specified debts that were originally demanded.

Once you file for bankruptcy and it has been successfully completed, the petitioner will then earn the discharge. Once you obtain a discharge, creditors are no longer able to demand additional collections. If they did, it would be in violation with the state law because you are no longer liable for those debts.

Although you are receiving a discharge, it is important to remember that you are not being relieved from the liability of all of your debts. For example, you will still be required to pay child support, unpaid spousal support, taxes, individual housing fees, and most importantly, even your student loans! The only way that you will not have to pay your student loans off is if you can prove that you have an undue hardship, which is extremely difficult to do.

An undue hardship is when an expense is placing an extreme cost or hardship on someone.

Also, it is important to remember that your discharge can be revoked under certain circumstances – specifically if it is discovered that fraud surrounds your discharge.

If your debt has been discharged, and a creditor seeks more collection from you, you should contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney as soon as possible to help with your case.

Cibik & Cataldo is a Philadelphia based Bankruptcy firm that can assist you with your bankruptcy case. Our experienced attorneys can help walk you through this complicated process. Contact our firm at (215)-735-1060 to speak with a member of our legal team or to receive a free case evaluation.

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Michael A. Cibik, Partner
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Surveillance Technology: New Boundaries, New Horizons

Anything public – including public information, public acts and voluntary disclosures – can be observed and reported by the private investigator. But the legal boundaries are shifting, and technology is driving the shift.

New technology presents new surveillance opportunities.

A savvy, responsible private investigator can usually obtain legally-permissible evidence, and knows the pitfalls to avoid. Our experienced team can fulfill this role in your case.”

— John A. DeMarr, PI

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Investigators spend a great deal of time watching. Cheating spouse cases, child custody investi-gations, and worker compensation cases can all turn on a good on-site surveillance report. Surveillance, historically limited to stakeouts and property inspections, is changing rapidly. Nowadays, a private investigator needs expertise in interpreting online activity, GPS tracking and public recordings.

Anything public – including public information, public acts and voluntary disclosures – can be observed and reported by the private investigator. But the legal boundaries are shifting, and technology is driving the shift.

The new technology presents new surveillance opportunities, including the following.

Social Media: The key to online investigations is social media. People say the most revealing things on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, etc. Birthdates, family members, photographs, vacation plans, physical whereabouts at a certain point in time, even evidence of a crime – all of these can be gathered by the savvy investigator. And even when specific facts remain hidden, social media postings can lead the investigator to the answer, or narrow the search for information. It’s all about putting together the pieces of a puzzle.

GPS and Tracking Devices: Location tracking goes way beyond hopping in a taxi and telling the driver “Follow that car!” Modern GPS technology allows small devices to be attached to cars or trucks, and shows where the vehicle has been driven. This can show a pattern of suspicious activity, or a spouse violating a restraining order, or an individual checking into a motel. The U.S. Supreme Court has held that using tracking devices without a warrant constitute an illegal invasion of privacy. See: U.S. v. Jones, 565 U.S. 400 (2012). But a registered owner can consent to placing a tracker on a car. An employer can too, for a company-owned vehicle. These exceptions can frequently allow a tracker to be placed, and GPS information gathered.

Listening Devices: Audio recordings are limited by state laws. In some states a recording can be made if one party consents to be recorded during a conversation. In California, recording takes all parties’ consent, but only applies to confidential communication. See: Cal. Penal Code § 632(a). Arguably, this rule does not apply to conversations taking place in public, in restaurants, or in loud voices a bystander could overhear.

Video Recording: All states outlaw using hidden cameras to look inside a dwelling, or any private space. But video recording in public places is acceptable. And since smart phones now record video, sometimes it only takes holding the camera up where it can be seen, to remain permissible. This is often done to record process service.

When you are involved in a court case, you frequently need admissible evidence of the other party’s actions. This can include surveillance information. A savvy, responsible private investigator can usually obtain legally-permissible evidence, and knows the pitfalls to avoid. John A. DeMarr, P.I., provides experienced surveillance investigators to fulfill this role in your case.

Sources:

• PINow.com, “Surveillance and Technology: https://www.pinow.com/articles/307/what-can-private-eyes-do-when-watching-you?signup_code=roundup&mc_cid=3af4397176&mc_eid=958e093f80
• United States v. Jones, https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/565/400/
• California Penal Code § 632: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=PEN&sectionNum=632.

We can steer you through the process of investigating your case in California, across the United States, in the United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia and Latin America.

John A. DeMarr, P.I.,
877-493-3463 Toll-free 877-493-3463.
www.demarr.com

John DeMarr
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Noe Del Mar and His Team Are Dedicated to Bringing Immigrants to the United States

Noe Del Mar and his business associates are dedicated to helping people come to the US.

MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, May 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Americans tend to take citizenship for granted. While this isn’t our fault, it’s important to recognize the amount of work that goes into becoming an American citizen. For immigrants who dream of becoming US citizens, the path they must take is arduous.

Noe Del Mar himself, as well as his business, Delmar & Associates, understands this and is dedicated to helping immigrants become citizens.

Well-trained, honest, and earnest, this isn’t just a job to Del Mar and his firm. They are on a mission to help immigrants become citizens and Permanent Residents of the United States.

Well-Trained for Results

With almost two decades of experience, Noe Del Mar has experienced a plethora of unique situations.

Not only have the personal situations of each immigrant factored into his experience, immigration laws are forever shifting sands. Del Mar has dealt with the amends and changes of the law first hand, for the last (18) eighteen years.

In 2002, Del Mar took the next step and opened his own firm; Del Mar & Associates. After practicing the law for several years, Noe Del Mar decided to expand his reach. Opening his own practice allowed him to multiply his resources and allocate more help over a wider span of people.

Additionally, Del Mar & Associates is incorporated in the Division of Corporations of the Department of Florida.

Honesty

Del Mar & Associates is proud, to be honest, and forthright with their clients. After all, the firm understands that they are advising and fighting for the betterment of their clients’ future. The weight of future generations resides on the firm’s shoulders.

So, in appreciation and reverence for that responsibility, their honesty and integrity are paramount.

When a person is represented by Del Mar & Associates, they can rest assured that their case is in extremely capable hands.

Throughout the immigration process, there are many decisions that will affect the rest of your life. Therefore, it’s amply important to have a firm that is willing to be straight and honest with you.

Earnest

Del Mar & Associates is built on a strong and unwavering foundation of earnest professionals. Therefore, Del Mar & Associates wants to be sure each client is understanding the process completely. That is why the staff at this firm is bilingual.

That way, people can feel comfortable communicating and understanding this intricate process.
Noe Del Mar and those associated with his business are earnestly here to help. So, they make sure they are up to date and skilled in the preparation of forms of immigration.

Additionally, they strive to keep the cost of their in-depth portfolio of services as low as possible.
To close, Del Mar & Associates is the firm for you, if you’re looking into becoming a United States Permanent Resident. Equipped to handle a multitude of situations with speed, finesse, and professionalism, Del Mar & Associates is able to work for you.

Contact Del Mar & Associates, today, to start your journey. After all, you aren’t just doing this to build a better life for yourself; you’re building a better future for generations to come.

Eric Ash
Web Presence, LLC
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