The City and County of Broomfield and the Broomfield Open Space Foundation are hosting this free event tomorrow, April 2, at the Broomfield Community Center in the Lakeshore Room at 280 Lamar Street. The event runs from 9 a.m. to noon.
Rather than conducting research to ‘find potential link targets’, conduct research in order to understand the online marketplace — and your place within it. This knowledge in itself can bring substantial benefit to your business.
Immature bedbugs are called nymphs. They shed their skins five times before reaching maturity. Their shed skin looks kind of like a super, super tiny, empty, plastic water bottle. They require a blood meal before each shedding. Under favorable conditions they can develop fully in a month. They can produce three or more generations each year.
As public awareness increases, on this problem, the admission process, in some hospitals, now includes asking patients if they have been exposed to bedbugs – while they are being asked about their name and insurance information.
Reduce reuse recycle is your mantra to repeat to yourself each time you go to throw something away. Once you learn the three “R’s” you will be able to set a better example and help your Radon Silent Killer program combat the never ending supply of garbage.
Forums and discussion groups – what forums exist in your industry? How active are they? Who takes part? And what issues are discussed? Spend a few weeks trawling these sites, reading the newsletters, and watching or taking part in discussions. You’ll quickly get a picture of the important sites, the type of content they carry, how often they’re updated, and which are first for breaking news.
Start off by making a list. Write out exactly what the product or service is. Now make a list of all of the benefits a buyer of your product or service will receive.
There are pest companies all around which specialize in bedbugs. They even have specially trained bedbug dogs that are 90% accurate in finding infestations. A lot is going into this growing problem. Each of us can help stop the spread by knowing what to look for and what to do about it.