Car Detailing

Car Detailing Services In OKC

auto detailing servicesYou are probably aware that car detailing is a crucial part of maintaining your car’s value, but might not understand why it’s so important. We reached out to a car detailer in Oklahoma City to get a better understanding of the process and the benefits from detailing your vehicles. Continue reading to find out more about the significance of car detailing, and get an estimated idea of how often you should be getting your car detailed.

Exactly What Does an Auto Detail Comprise Of?

Car detailing is the art of cleaning the interior and exterior of your car, truck, or boat to maintain it’s value and keep it looking nice. Many car owners run through the wash, but few take the time to have the vehicle thoroughly inside and out.

Not every vendor providing the service uses the same chemical treatment or same techniques, but most will clean your motor, headlights/taillights, and brakes — while eliminating any unwanted debris which could be hiding on either inside and outside your vehicle. Basically, any component of your automobile that requires cleanup, will get cleaned.

Why Are They Significant?

Not only will a detailed cleaning make your vehicle look sharp, but it also helps to remove any funk that might be stinking up the interior, it’s also beneficial for stain removal. That beer your buddy spilt in the backseat, or that wild Friday night you had back there with your lady – there might be some stains to remove.

Taking care of your vehicle should be a priority, for some, it’s the second biggest investment behind a home. By keeping the exterior clean and waxed you can prevent sun damage and any damage that may occur from tree sap or fallen debris that may stain your paint surface. Also, engine issues can be costly, which explains why it’s far better to keep up your car or truck today so that you can reduce the odds of something going on later on. Full engine details keep unwanted debris out of the vehicles engine compartment.

All this is also added benefit for maintaining resell value. When it is time to sell, any potential buyer will take notice of a well-detailed car and your asking price should be met with approval if valued fairly.

How Frequently Should You Detail?

Most specialists recommend a complete detail every four to six months, which equates to 2-3 times annually. However, that is only a guideline, there are obviously other variables to consider like weather conditions that may dirty your car quicker than normal, and any unexpected interior spills that would require detailed attention.

Bottom line, the more frequently you can detail your car, the better shape your car will be in. People who wash, wax, and clean their car on a constant basis will require less detailing than someone who neglects the vehicle. If you are a generally tidy person, detailing your car annually ought to be good enough for you. All you pigs out there that can’t keep your car clean, time to pay attention!

Ultimately, it is never a bad idea to get your car detailed before selling it. Details are comparatively cheap, and also a clean car may make a significant difference on how much somebody is willing to pay for it.

Wash And Wax

When you get the opportunity, take some opportunity to wash and wax your vehicle. Not only can this help to make your vehicle look newer for longer, but it will also make sure that any contaminants which might have stuck to the surface of your vehicle are properly removed and the surface gets sealed to protect it against unwanted debris and chemical contaminants.

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Many people who see chiropractic doctors swear by their care; there are others who believe chiropractic care is not even medical care. How do you know if a chiropractor is the right choice for your particular situation, and what should you believe and not believe about chiropractic care in Owasso, OK? We will explore the many myths surrounding chiropractors and their care, and hopefully point you in the right direction!

Probably the biggest misconception about chiropractors is that they are not “real” doctors. A chiropractor is a doctor, just not a medical doctor. A chiropractor is a specialist; just like you wouldn’t want a chiropractor working on your feet, you don’t want a podiatrist working on your spine! Chiropractors endure an extremely challenging educational process, similar to that of a medical doctor with the absence of surgery and pharmacology classes. As a matter of fact, some chiropractic majors also require 2 to 4 years of premed undergraduate classes before they begin the next 4 to 5 years in chiropractic college. Classes include radiology, neurology, physiology, pathology, bio-mechanics as well as the proper chiropractic techniques. Additional health care classes are required for graduation. In all, chiropractic students attend more classroom hours than medical students while both are in school!

Next, a chiropractic student must finish several hundred hours of real patient management in a clinical setting, much like an externship. The student is supervised by a professional chiropractor as the student chiropractor hones his or her skills. At such time the student is prepared to graduate from the program, the new chiropractic doctor must complete four sets of national examinations and the state board examination. If the student passes, he or she has achieved their license to practice, also known as a DC degree, or Doctorate of Chiropractic degree. Chiropractors are considered licensed health care providers and they must complete continuing education classes to stay abreast of the newest technology and techniques.

Once a doctor of chiropractic care is licensed in his or her state, they are subject to additional testing, licensing and monitoring by state and national boards. Chiropractors, like their medical doctor counterparts, can write sick leave certificates and are sanctioned by federal and state programs like Medicare, Medicaid and Workers’ Compensation. The biggest differences between medical doctors and chiropractic doctors is that the former can prescribe medication and in some instances, perform surgery. If you have an illness or require surgery, a medical doctor would be your best bet. If you have soft tissue damage, an injury to the spine or a misalignment of the spine, a chiropractor would be your best option. Chiropractors are excellent at healing back pain, spasms and headaches by enlisting muscle and massage therapies, exercises and of course, spinal adjustments.

Another misconception? That medical doctors and chiropractors aren’t on the same team. While some medical doctors feel they are superior to chiropractors, and vice versa, both sets have come to acknowledge that patients can benefit from various kinds of treatment, and that the patient’s well being is the most important aspect of their jobs. Hospitals now employ chiropractors on staff, debunking the myth that chiropractors aren’t real doctors.
And what of chiropractic care itself? There are many misconceptions about chiropractic care, including the thought that it is painful. Just the opposite is true. The release of pressure of the spine—the “cracking” or “popping” of the back—is a pleasurable experience when administered by a chiropractor. Many people believe that chiropractic care is reserved for just the neck and back, when it is actually useful in many areas of the body. Chiropractic care can be used to treat all types of soft tissue disorders and joint problems, as well as headaches, allergies and in some specific cases, even ear infections.

You may be asking yourself—is chiropractic care safe? Chiropractic spinal adjustments are extremely safe but only when administered by a chiropractor. There have been countless research studies to confirm that the risks of serious injury or problems resulting from spinal manipulation are rare; as a matter of fact, it is recommended that this method be used in the majority of lower back pain problems, as opposed to a more invasive solution, like surgery. To quash the rumor that chiropractic care is “quack medicine”, it has been around for over 100 years, and numerous scientific studies have been conducted to provide chiropractors with the safest and most effective healing methods available. Ongoing research provides the doctors with the newest diagnostic methods and treatments, ensuring the most up-to-date, scientific measures for patient care.

Once you commit to Frisco chiropractic center, don’t worry; it is not a lifelong commitment! Many patients see a chiropractor to ease an ailment or injury, while others maintain an ongoing relationship with their chiropractor, engaging in preventative care. While preventative care is best—just like well check-ups with your regular doctor or cleanings and exams you’re your dentist—regular adjustments to your spine would be most beneficial. Your spine experiences normal use by walking, sitting, driving—all can take their toll. By continuing chiropractic care, a patient is less likely to sustain an injury because their body is adjusted for it. While this may not be true for every instance, it is just like preparing your muscles for a long run; the likelihood of injury is diminished due to preventative care. This proactive care can help you avoid problems in the future and help you feel better, move with more freedom, and stay healthier throughout your lifetime. While it is not necessary to continue chiropractic care once you start, it is a recommended part of the preventative care of your body.

To round out the misconceptions about chiropractic care, many people believe it is very expensive. Quite the contrary; chiropractic care is often very affordable and very worth the cost. Just like anything else of value, there are maintenance costs involved and none more important than your body! There are some insurance plans that cover chiropractic care costs and many doctors accept payment plans, depending upon your situation. Overall, the cost of chiropractic care versus the care of a medical doctor is substantially less.

The myths about chiropractic care are commonplace and often just that: myths. It is important to know that manipulation of the spine is best left to the professionals and that “cracking” your own back or having someone press on your spine can cause more harm than good. As with any major life decision, from buying a house to contemplating health care, make sure you have conducted ample research to make informed choices.

Note from Ann: Last week I shared a dataviz how-to guide. Paul Denninger has a great alternative solution to share! He uses hidden bars, also known in the Excel community as floating bars or white bars, to build “two” charts in one. Enjoy!

Getting excel to do complex work is easy; making the output look nice is a different matter. I took the challenge to recreate Ann’s graph because I’m always looking for better ways to display information.

The solution required a stacked bar chart, so the only problem was lining up the starting point for the second dataset. A buffer needed to sit between the end of the first set of bars and the start of the second so that it would force the second set to line up correctly. Hidden data had to fill the gap. Here’s how I did it.

First, start by inputting the original data. Sorting the rows from large to small will help make the chart easier to build.

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First, input the original data

The next step is creating the dummy data. Insert a column between the two existing datasets and populate it by subtracting the first column from “1.” This gives you a series of percentages that start at the end of the first bar and end at “1.” The problem of lining up the second dataset is solved at this point.

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Create a column of dummy data

With all of the data in place, creating the chart is easy. Use a stacked bar and include all 3 columns.

Setting Chart

Insert a stacked bar chart

Once the chart has been built, it’s time to hide the dummy column. Highlight the red data series and choose the format menu. Fill the series with the same color as your background. This makes the bars blend into the background and leaves them invisible. Do the same for the data labels. The dummy information is now hidden and your second dataset lines up properly.

Removing Dummy Bars

Make the dummy data invisible

The y-axis still needs to be fixed since the values are organized from low to high. Invert it by highlighting it and opening the format axis menu. Tick the “categories in reverse order” radio button to have the bars arrange themselves from high to low.

Fix the vertical axis

Flip the y-axis

Here is the primary display difference between this solution and Ann’s. Due to the hidden data, the x-axis begins at 0 and goes up to 200%. Since it’s a big challenge to make repeating axes in one chart, and one that I haven’t solved, it’s probably best to remove the x-axis altogether. Since the data values are shown in the bars, removing the axis should not make data interpretation more difficult. In fact, it will be easier for people looking at the chart since they don’t have to rescale the second data series in their heads.

Finally, decrease the gap between the bars and invert the fill and text colors for the overall bar. This makes it stand out from the other series. It’s personal preference whether you want to make the data labels bold or not.

Expand, invert the colors and remove the x-axis

Expand, invert the colors and remove the x-axis

Your chart is finished and you have improved on excel’s built in data presentation immensely. Other than the problem with the x-axis, this solution gives the same result as Ann’s. It’s a visually appealing way to compare two or more groups across the same categories.

When he isn’t playing with Excel and learning to use R better, Paul Denninger is trying to start a company. He currently manages investments for people and is on a constant search for data to analyze. He spends enough time working with nonprofits that he might make a career change and do it full time. You can see more of his work on his blog, Risk Assets.

Two weeks ago, I challenged readers to re-create the “after” version of a side by side bar chart. You can read the full post here.

Congratulations to the 9 contestants! Click on the contestant’s name to see their chart.

  • Regan Grandy
  • Sara Vaca
  • Alex Kadis
  • Katrina Brewsaugh
  • @CaptainCane64
  • @PD_ssp
  • Will Fenn
  • Angie Ficek (Check out how she used her own data!)
  • James Coyle (Check out how he used his own pre-post data!)

Now it’s time to post the how-to guide.

Step 1: Study the chart that you’re trying to reproduce in Excel.

We’re trying to re-create a side by side bar chart like the one shown below. We’re comparing how Coalition A and Coalition B scored on Innovation Network’s Coalition Assessment Tool.

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Step 2: And the secret to making side by side bar charts in Excel…

…is that we’re going to make two separate bar charts, one for Coalition A and one for Coalition B. When we copy and paste the charts from Excel into PowerPoint or Word, they’ll look like a single cohesive chart.

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Step 3: Type the data into Excel.

Make sure you choose a purposeful order to your data, like the highest percentage on top and the lowest percentage on bottom.

Excel often flips the data table upside down when creating charts, i.e. if you want the overall scores to be at the bottom of the chart, then you need to put the overall scores in the top of your data table. (Or, you can reverse the order of the categories later on.)

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Step 4: Create the first bar chart.

You know the drill: Add data labels inside the end of your bars. Choose a color palette that matches your client’s logo or your own logo. Use an action color to draw the reader’s eye where you want it (in my example, the overall score). Delete unnecessary ink like the tick marks, grid lines, and border. Use gray to de-emphasize things like (n=7) and the axis labels. Reduce the gap width.

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Beginner Excel users: If you need extra instruction, check out how to make a basic bar chart and my Excel for Evaluation chart tutorials.

Step 5: Copy the first chart.

Rather than re-create the wheel when making the second bar chart, let’s save some time by simply copying the first chart.

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Step 6: Populate the second chart with Coalition B’s data.

Use the “select data” feature to put Coalition B’s percentages into the chart.

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Step 7: Adjust the second chart’s bar color and title.

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Step 8: Delete the second chart’s axis labels.

Yep, you’re right, the second chart’s bars are going to get waaaaaay too long. We’ll fix this in Step 9.

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Step 9: Re-size the second chart.

Here’s my super scientific secret for making sure each chart is the same size: I measure the plot area with a business card.

First, adjust the first chart's plot area so that it's the width of a business card or post-it note.

First, adjust the first chart’s plot area so that it’s the width of a business card or post-it note.

Next, I adjust the second chart's plot area so that it's the same width as my business card.

Next, I adjust the second chart’s plot area so that it’s the same width as my business card.

Step 10: Paste the charts into PowerPoint or Word.

Select both charts and paste them into PowerPoint or Word at the same time. Here’s what it looks like on a slide. Looks like a single chart!

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Thanks to everyone who participated in the first and second dataviz challenges! I hope these challenges give you a chance to practice and build upon your Excel and visualization skills.

Last time, we made a streamlined version of the basic bar chart by adjusting Excel’s default settings. Basic bar charts are great when you’re just looking at simple patterns, like one series of data at a time.

However, sometimes we need to compare several series of data at one time. For example, the Innovation Network team and I recently compared the capacity of 12 different coalitions using our coalition assessment tool. We calculated coalition capacity in 7 different areas, such as Basic Functioning and Structure and the Ability to Cultivate and Develop Champions. To learn more about the tool, check out some materials from a recent presentation here.

The “before” chart: Here’s a clustered (aka cluttered) bar chart based on fictional data from the coalition assessment tool. The default Excel chart to compare Coalition A and Coalition B might look something like this:

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A default clustered bar chart in Excel. Bleh.

Or, you could use the switch row/column feature to make a default chart like this:

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Another default clustered bar chart in Excel.

These default clustered bar charts work… kind of. Well… not really. Actually, no, they really don’t work at all! My brain needs a couple minutes to read the default charts and really think about comparisons.

The “after” chart: Luckily, with a little Excel elbow grease, we can make the patterns pop out even faster. Here’s a side by side bar chart:

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Now, my brain can see the patterns almost immediately: Both coalitions scored highest on Basic Functioning and Structure. Both coalitions scored lowest on Sustainability, with Reputation and Visibility scoring pretty low as well. Coalition A scored higher than Coalition B on every section of the assessment. The overall scores were 80% for Coalition A and 50% for Coalition B. Phew! This is much easier for my brain.

The dataviz challenge: Re-create the “after” version of the side by side bar chart in Excel, R, or some other free software program. When you’re finished, email me or tweet a screenshot to @annkemery.

Tips for beginner Excel users: First, learn how to make a basic bar chart. Then, check out this powerpoint for tips on making a side by side bar chart.

Bonus for advanced Excel users: Instead of copying this dataset exactly, think about how you might use a side by side bar chart in your own work. Can you re-create this chart using your own data or your own color scheme?

The prize for playing: Beer or coffee, my treat, the next time you’re in DC; a professional development opportunity; and bragging rights.

I’ll post the how-to guide in two weeks, on June 10, 2013. Happy charting!

Two weeks ago, I challenged readers to re-create the “after” version of a basic bar chart.

Congratulations to the 9 winners: Molly Hamm, David Napoli, Susan Kistler, Jon Schwabish, Ethan, Mike, Sara Vaca, Samantha Grant, and Kevin Gilds! You’ve officially won bragging rights and a beverage of your choice, my treat, the next time you’re in DC.

Now it’s time to post the how-to guide!

Step 1: Study the chart that you’re trying to reproduce in Excel.

We’re trying to re-create a basic bar chart like the one shown below. We’re examining how a nonprofit has grown over the past six years. This is a simple metric so we don’t need anything more complicated than a basic bar chart.

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Step 2: Type your data into Excel.

Here’s how I typed my data into the spreadsheet.

Hot tip for advanced users: I wanted to abbreviate the years (i.e., ’07 instead of 2007). If you type 07, it will turn into 7, because Excel automatically removes zeros at the beginning of numbers. To fool Excel into keeping the zero, you must add an apostrophe; typing ’07 will turn into 07. So, if you want to get ’07 as your final result, you must add two apostrophes; typing ”07 will turn into ’07.

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Step 3: Insert a bar chart.

Highlight or select the data table. Go to the Insert tab. Click on the Column icon. Select a 2-D Clustered Column Chart. For additional help with inserting charts, check out this tutorial.

Now we’ve got our default bar chart (shown below). There’s nothing technically wrong with this bar chart. However, with a few small tweaks, we can really improve the formatting.

We’re going to manually adjust 9 settings in Excel: the axis labels, the data labels, the border, the bar color, the font size and color, the gap width, tick marks, the legend, and the grid lines. We’ll go through each of these steps, starting with the axis labels and working around counter-clockwise. These tweaks just take a few seconds each to make. When added together, they can make a big difference.

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Step 4: Delete the axis labels.

Click on the axis labels themselves. Then press delete on your keyboard. I do not advocate for removing the axis labels on every chart. This is a matter of personal preference. In this example, the data are so ridiculously straightforward that we really don’t need the axis labels.

step4Step 5: Add data labels.

Data labels are the numbers inside the bars that show how many participants were served each year. To position the data labels inside the bars themselves, we need to use a 2-step process. First, right-click on one of the blue bars and select “Add Data Labels.” Second, right-click on one of the labels and select “Format Data Labels.” You’ll get a pop-up screen like the one shown below. You can tweak the label position. In this example, I selected “Inside End.” Then, you can simply click on one of the data labels and change the text color to white. For more help with data labels, watch this tutorial.

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Step 6: Remove the border.

Right-click on the border and select “Format Chart Area.” Click on “Border Color” and select “No Line.”

Removing the border is also a personal preference. I started deleting my borders after reading one of Edward Tufte’s books in which he advocates for charts being situated inside and alongside the narrative – rather than sticking charts in the appendix or adding awkward “Figure 1.4″ labels. Border-less charts tend to help the reader’s eyes glide down the pages of your report a little more seamlessly.

Step 7: Adjust the bar color.

This chart was originally designed for an Ignite session. You can view the slides here.

After giving the presentation, there were a few audience questions. One man, with his (first? second? third?) glass of wine in his hand, asked how I selected the turquoise color scheme. He was laughing (with me? at me?) because I was wearing a dark turquoise shirt, a light turquoise blazer, a turquoise necklace, a turquoise bracelet, and turquoise earrings. Yes, even my toenails were painted turquoise. I mumbled something like, “I guess I just really like turquoise!” and promptly ran off the stage. #npfail

The correct answer would’ve been that colors should be used strategically so that the reader’s eyes are naturally drawn to certain patterns in the data. For example, I purposefully drew the reader’s attention to the 2012 bar. The key is to select a plain color (e.g., gray, or light turquoise in this example) and what Stephanie Evergreen calls an action color (e.g., dark turquoise). For examples of plain colors and action colors, check out Stephanie Evergreen’s post on assigning a color system for graphs.

I like to professionalize my charts by tweaking Excel’s default color scheme. During fun projects like this, I select color schemes from Design-Seeds and use the Instant Eyedropper to determine each color’s RGB code. I selected the Cherry Palette for this Ignite presentation (shown below). During real projects, I match colors to the client’s logo.

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Sometimes I save my color palette and RGB codes within the Excel workbook itself for safekeeping and easy reference.

So how do you adjust the bar color? Click on one of the bars. Click on the paint can icon. Select “More Colors.” In the pop-up window, select the “Custom” tab. Type in the RGB codes for your plain color and the action color.

Step 8: Adjust the font size and colors.

Here’s another spot where personal preferences come into play. When I’m going to be pasting my chart into a report, I often match my chart’s font to the report (e.g., Calibri size 11, which we typically use for the body text). When I’m going to be pasting my chart into a single, standalone handout, or into a powerpoint slide, I use much larger font sizes (e.g., 14, 16, or 18 point font). When I’m using data labels within the bars (see Step 5), I often use bold font to make the text pop.

Gray can be used strategically to dull-down the least important features of the chart – like the horizontal axis labels (’07, ’08, ’09, ’10, ’11, and ’12).

We’re getting closer! Not there yet…

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Step 9: Adjust the gap width.

Gap width is a lesser-known, but very cool, feature of Excel. The gap width is the amount of space between the bars. The default setting on most computers is 150%, which means the distance between the bars is 1.5 times wider than the bar itself.

To adjust gap width, right-click on one of the bars and select “Format Data Series.” In the pop-up window, you can increase or decrease the gap width, as shown below. I often use 50-75% rather than the default 150%.

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Hot tip for advanced users: The gap width feature is also very useful for histograms. You can decrease the gap width to 5% so that only a sliver of space remains between the bars.

Step 10: Remove tick marks.

For help with tick marks, watch this tutorial.

Step 11: Remove the legend.

In this simple chart, the legend doesn’t serve any purpose. To remove the legend, simply click on the legend and press the Delete key on your keyboard.

Step 12: Remove the grid lines.

Again, because this chart is so simple, we don’t need the grid lines. For help removing the grid lines, watch this tutorial.

We’re all done! Here’s the finished product.

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Step 13: Add a caption (optional).

Charts are inserted into a variety of communications modes: within the body of a report, as a standalone chart that’s printed out and hung on a bulletin board, as a standalone chart that’s printed and used as the handout at a meeting, on a powerpoint slide…

This particular chart was flashed on the screen for 15 seconds during my Ignite session, so there was no need to add a caption. My voice served as the caption.

However, when creating standalone charts, you’ll want to add contextual details so that the reader who passes by your chart on your organization’s bulletin board can quickly grasp the chart’s key takeaway message. One of the best ways of adding contextual details is to add a caption within the Prime Real Estate at the top of the chart. For an example, check out this post by Cole Nussbaumer.

Bonus

I hope this was helpful! Click here to download my Excel file. Thanks again to the dataviz challenge winners, Molly Hamm, David Napoli, Susan Kistler, Jon Schwabish, Ethan, Mike, Sara Vaca, Samantha Grant, and Kevin Gilds!

Discussion Questions

What are your favorite tools for selecting color palettes and determining RGB codes? When do you add captions to your charts, and what are your strategies for selecting the most important findings to emphasize in that caption? Have you adjusted the gap width for any of your charts, and if so, in what situations?

Benefits of a Call Tracking Software

Handling business these days has become very easy. As you are responsible for the retail work of your organization, you have to pay attention to the marketing section. This will go smoothly if you can track your clients and customers.

 

For your benefit, you can now install a tracking system with your telephone system. It will help you run your business properly. Also, it offers a call forwarding feature. This will forward the calls to the responsible departments. There are other benefits of such software, let’s take a look.

 

You can track ROI

 

With best call tracking software you can track the return on investment. You can track the calls from the customers who have purchased from you. Also, you can give reminders to your clients about any product delivery or a deal. You can keep track of every transaction made and the profits you have gained.

 

Determine the peak call time

 

Call tracking allows you to track the peak time of most calls. You will get the entire information on the calls made at some hours. You will get the information of most customers received at a certain time. This will help you reach out to the customers, and your staff will be able to handle the calls.

 

Make a fast decision

 

Tracking software will assist you to make better and faster decisions. When you get to track the calls, it allows you to know about the caller and other information about them. Once you start the tracking you understand the type of customer has called, and it will lead you to better advertisement strategies.

 

Better call forwarding

 

Tracking the calls will help your staff to forward the same to the responsible departments. For example, you have a customer service department, and it has different sections. Once the calls start to arrive, it will give information on the type of customer they are. This way the call can be diverted to the responsible department in the office. If it’s a client call, you already have information about them, then it will directly go to the management department.

 

Targeted advertising

 

You will get a lot of information from the software. It will show you the name of the person and where they live. This demographic will help you build a better marketing strategy. You can create advanced and targeted advertising.

 

Call recording

 

You can even record the incoming calls. This is one of the best benefits of call tracking software. This way you will get to know the kind of issues your customers are facing. Also, you will have information about the demands of your consumers. This way you can build better strategies for your products.

 

Effective website handling

 

Using tracking software for calls will also help you get efficient website handling. With the system, you will understand which landing page is prompting the calls. This will assist you to learn more about the operations of the page, and you can easily optimize it to a better site.

 

Call Tracking software reviews is also helpful for SEO. You can generate pay per click system to understand which keywords are prompting more calls. It will allow you to make better keywords and make them useful for your customers.

What Should Include In Cute Golf Clothes For Ladies?

Ladies playing golf at a municipal golf course can wear any type of clothes they like and feel comfortable in. Women golfers usually wear T-shirts and jeans while playing on local small golf courses. But while playing at semi-private, private, or resort-type golf courses they cannot wear whatever they like. They will have to follow a dress code set by the management of the golf course. They may expect their players to wear cute golf clothes for ladies so they not only look properly dressed golf players but also improve the reputation of the golf club. Though the standard of these dress codes can vary with each golf course still the players have to follow them to maintain harmonious looks on the golf course.

Commonly used cute golf clothes for ladies 

Bottoms: Generally, women on the golf course wear various types of bottoms as per the dress code of the golf club but slacks are the most commonly worn bottom in the fall or early spring. During summer, they are recommended to wear short slacks like crops, shorts, golf skirts, or capris. The length of short pants should be up to the knees or a bit more. However, in some golf clubs, golf dresses or skorts are also permitted for ladies to wear while on the golf course. But normally they are not expected to wear sweatpants, athletic pants, jeans, or sunglasses while playing golf.

Tops: Women golfers are asked to wear sleeveless colored blouses or blouses with sleeves at most of the golf courses. But a polo-style shirt is considered among the most popular and cute golf clothes for ladies. You can find these tops in various designs and colors including v-neck, zip-top, and button-down in long sleeves, short sleeves, and without sleeves so that you can choose as per the dress code of your golf club. Many golf clubs also accept tops with a turtleneck as part of golf clothes for women instead of halters, tank tops, and T-shirts.

Jackets and sweaters: During cold days golfers usually dress up in layers like wearing a sweater or vest over a polo shirt or turtleneck to keep them warm and comfortable while playing golf. They are also allowed to wear light jackets, wind shirts, or button-down collared shirt instead of sweatshirts or denim jackets as an additional cover on their golf clothes.

Shoes and socks: The dress code of nearly all the golf clubs includes wearing golf shoes on the golf course but most of them recommend soft non-metallic spikes beneath their shoes. Low socks are popularly worn with skorts, golf dresses, and short pants on the golf course but colored crew socks are recommended to wear with long pants.

Head Covering: On sunny days a visor or cap is advised to wear on the golf course to protect their eyes and skin from the sunrays. You can choose head covers made in different colors, styles, and types of materials. Designer caps like crocheted caps and straw caps are more popular among golfer ladies.

Thus, the tips provided in this write-up can help you to find cute golf clothes for ladies to look more beautiful while playing golf on the golf course.

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Search for the Best High Schools in Tampa Bay

If you are looking for the best high schools in Tampa Bay then you should go through the list created by U.S. News at includes schools from Clearwater and St. Petersburg along with Tampa Bay. Some of the best high schools on this list include:

Brooks Debartolo Collegiate High School

The rank of this high school among the high schools in Florida is 43rd. The participation rate of this school in Advanced Placement is 81% as its students were allowed to take courses and exams of AP. This high school is among the 65 high schools of Hillsborough. The total enrolment of economically disadvantaged students in this school is17% whereas 53% is the enrolment of minority students.

Plant High School

The rank of this school in Florida is 39th. Being one of the 65 high schools in Hillsborough the AP participation rate of this school is 82% as its students were permitted to join courses and take exams of Advanced Placement. 22% of its students are economically disadvantaged segment whereas 35% from a minority segment of this region.

Sickles High School

It is another school from 65 Hillsborough High School that has been ranked for 72nd position in Florida. The participation of its students in the courses and exams of Advanced Placement has allowed this school to achieve a 70% participation rate. 37% of the students in this school are from the economically deprived section and 54% frm the minority section.

Land O’ Lakes High School

The rank of this school in the list of the best high schools in Tampa Bay is 84th. It is one of the 28 high schools in Pasco. 41% of the students in this school are from the minority segment and 35% from the economically deprived section. Still, its rate of participation in Advanced Placement exams is 57% as its students were allowed to take courses ad exams of AP.

Palm Harbor University High

In Florida the rank of this high school is 77th. It is one of the high schools in the Pinellas that has a 66% rate of participation in Advanced Placement exams as its students have taken courses and exams of AP. 23% of the total students enrolled in this school are from economically disadvantaged sections and 23% from minority section.

Osceola Fundamental High

In Florida, 73rd is the rank of Osceola Fundamental High. Though it is one of the 38 high schools in the Pinellas but its rate of participation in AP exams is 74% as its students got an opportunity to take courses and exams of Advanced Placement. 22% of the total enrolled students are from minority and 25% are economically disadvantaged students.

Robinson High School

The rank of this high school within Florida is 79th. Its participation rate in AP is 74% as its students were allowed to take courses and exams of Advanced Placement. 53% of the total number of students enrolled in this school is minority whereas 44% from the economically disadvantaged section.

To choose the best high school in Tampa Bay you should check and compare the features of various high schools near you.

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Book for Experienced Pediatric Dentist in OKC

Do not ignore any problem related to teeth if your child is facing it. Take out some time from your hectic schedule and visit the dentist. Tell your child to tell all the problems that he or she is facing so that based on that the dentist can give suggestions for it.

 

There are many dentists for kids in OKC but try to choose the one who is an experienced pediatric dentist in OKC. These dentists are well trained and experienced enough to deal with kids. Your child should also feel comfortable otherwise he or she will not be able to tell the problems properly.

 

Parents – Accompanying a Must

 

No dentist will attend if the child visits the clinic. Thus, it is mandatory for either of the parents to go with the child. Your child will feel comfortable when you are around and shall be able to tell all the dental problems easily. The support extended by the dentist during the first visit will be helpful in developing trust and confidence in the patient. This will inculcate a lasting relationship with the dentist as well. So, if in future any problem occurs your child will tell you to take him or her to that particular dentist only.

 

Prepare your child mentally

 

Dental problem is one such issue that is faced by many kids. So, whenever you are taking your child to the dentist you need to remove the fear from the child’s mind. You should educate your child that if the visit to the dentist is not made on a timely basis it might cause other major problems. Try to explain to your child in such a manner that he or she understands it properly. Do not try to scare your child in any manner whatsoever. Prepare the child mentally so that your child visits the dentist with a smile on his face.

 

Be ready for visits

 

It will take a few visits to the dentist so that the dental problem is solved. During the first visit, the dentist will usually examine the problem, and based on that you shall be given the next date to visit. Try to be on time so that you are there when your turn comes.

 

Helpful Tips 

 

Your child should be neatly dressed so that child does not feel that he or she is going to some scary place. You should build confidence in your child. Tell your child to brush the teeth before visiting the dentist. An experienced dentist will avoid using the words such as a hurt, drill, pull, and needle which might seem scary to the child. They might address it with other names which might seem pleasant to any child.

 

In case if your child has any habit such as thumb sucking or is using bottles for drinking milk should be addressed to the dentist. There might be some problems that can be cured by maintaining teeth. Thus, your dentist might tell you to brush your teeth two times a day to do proper flossing under the inspection of an adult before the next appointment is fixed.

 

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How to Select the Right Apartment Management Companies

If you are a landlord having a number of properties, it is quite obvious that managing each one of them could be a headache. Hence, many landlords prefer to hire the services of the right apartment management companies in OKC. These professionals may charge a percentage of the monthly rent or they may even work for retainer fees. But choosing the right apartment management companies requires some knowledge and information. With so many choices available, making the right choice could be tough and time consuming. Without the right knowledge, you may end up making the wrong choice. We are listing down a few tips that may help in making the right choice. These tips are based on professional inputs and therefore they can be trusted in more ways than one.

 

Importance of Word of Mouth

 

There is no doubt that word of mouth is a great way to separate the grain from the chaff as far as these professionals are concerned. However, make sure that the word of mouth is from the right people. They should be genuine customers because there are many people who may be biased towards one service provider or more than one. A better option would be to take opinions and references from as many different sources as possible. That will help you to broad base your search and look for genuine inputs through word of mouth.

 

Importance of Checking Online

 

The Internet is without a wonderful and vast source of information. Property owners therefore often take the trouble of getting references and getting information about property management companies and even individual entities. Once you are sure about the online outlets, property owners often get the best information about these management companies. The biggest advantage of online feedback is that you have many choices and you will be able to broad base your searches. On many occasions, these online reviews are so useful that it helps in identifying the right property managers.

 

Importance of organizing interviews

 

The next important thing is to organize interviews with a few well known and reputed property management companies. These interviews are vital in more ways than one. They help the service providers to have a better understanding about the requirements of the clients. These interviews also give the property owners a better idea about the reputation and goodwill of these companies. You must make it a point to interview at least five to six such property management companies. The larger the number of interviews, the better your chances of hiring the best service providers will be.

 

Find out how they handle vacancies

 

As a property owner you would like your properties to remain vacant and unoccupied for large periods of time. This could lead to loss of income. Many property owners may have borrowed to fund the constructions of these buildings and properties. Hence, you must make sure that you hire a property management company who handles vacancies efficiently and brings down the no-occupancy period to the bare minimum.

 

Conclusion

 

It is clear from the above that hiring a good property management company requires knowledge, information and then researching as thoroughly as possible. It is about hiring the best talent by being patient rather than pushing it through.

 

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Address: 335 S Mustang Rd, Yukon, OK
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Advantages Of Installing The Point of Entry Filtration System

Water is the most essential mineral resource for our living. We use it daily and hence it is very important to have the right water filtration system. In general, the water filtration systems are deployed to improve the quality of water that’s supplied to your home. PoE is the most commonly used filtration system that filters the water of your whole house. This filtration system is best if the water that is streaming to your home is tainted or discolored. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of installing a Point of Entry Filtration system.

 

Point-of-Entry Filtration Systems

 

The filtration systems that improve the quality of water at only one appliance are known as Point of Use filtration systems. On the other hand, the filtration system that filters the water of the entire home is known as the Point of Entry system. The benefit of POE filtration is that it improves the quality of water in your entire home from drinking purpose to other household use. A Point of Entry system eliminates harmful bacteria, particulates, chlorine and other impurities from water making it clean and clear. It also removes the taste and odor of water.

 

Below are the main advantages of Point of Entry Filtration Systems :

 

Purifies Drinking Water

 

The main aim of installing a Point of Entry Filtration system is providing your family a fresh, clean and clear water from each and every tap of your home.

 

Removes Chalky Depositsin hard water regions, the local water is rich is magnesium and calcium ions that result in white residue on the faucets, shower curtain, sinks and even flooring of wet areas. Over time, the residue builds up in think and hard layers inside the water pipes which reduces the water flow and also result in blockage. A POE filtration system softens the water and remove magnesium and calcium ions from it.

 

Remove Manganese And Iron Deposits

 

Local water contains Iron and manganese deposits which stains the bathtubs, sinks, toilets and water appliances such as washing machines and dishwashers. These deposits even leave the stains on clothes when washed in machines. Usually, the stains are red, yellow, black, orange and brown in color. Not just that, water that is rich in iron and manganese harbors harmful bacteria. A Point of Entry Filtration system is very helpful in such cases. It eliminates the iron and manganese content from the water and prevent the problems caused by it.

 

Removes Harmful Bacteria and Viruses

 

Contaminated water is the major reason behind illness and certain health problems. Not just by drinking, using the contaminated water for cooking, brushing, washing face, showering can cause many infections as it contains many harmful viruses and bacteria. A whole house water system is highly effective in treating the water and making it free from contaminants.

By installing it at your home, you and your family will have access to clean and safe water every day.

 

So, these are the main benefits of installing a POE filtration system at your home. Call your local plumber and get the right water filtration system installed at your home.

 

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All About Surfactant Chemicals

Surfactant chemicals can be produced from natural as well as synthetic materials. These chemicals have versatile uses. They have the special ability to combine and mobilize different incompatible materials, such as oils, water, solvents, and fats. They are used for detergent and cleaning formulations. Certain surfactant chemicals are also used in beauty products and pharmaceuticals.

What are surfactant chemicals?

The term ‘surfactant’ has been derived from the phrase ‘Surface Active Agent’. Surfactants decrease the interfacial or surface tension between a solid and a liquid or between two liquids. They help different materials combine successfully. This ability is the reason behind their unique molecular structure. When you add surfactants to water as a part of cleaning formulation or detergent, they create structures known as ‘micelles’. These are tiny spheres of surfactant molecules that make the combination of items possible.

What are the uses of surfactant chemicals?

When you use the right surfactant chemicals, a particular process or a product becomes more efficient and more sustainable. Here are some of the uses:

Surfactant chemicals, on being added to detergents, help the detergent to get mixed into the water. They help cleaning agents to remove dirt and impurities from the surface that is being cleaned. If you do not use surfactants, soaps or detergents can never mix with water.

Surfactants are also used in lubricants like shaving foams and creams. They allow the razors to glide easily without creating any irritation.

Surfactants in car engine lubricants also help in preventing particles from getting stuck to different parts of the engine. This makes it easy for the parts to move, allowing the proper functioning of the vehicle.

What are the different types of Surfactant Chemicals?

Cationic surfactants

These surfactants have positively charged hydrophilic head groups. These are mostly used in antistatic products like hair conditioners and fabric softeners. The head group carrying a positive charge is deposited into the negatively charged fiber and hair surfaces. Cationic surfactants are also used in hard-surface disinfectants and cleaners as antimicrobial agents.

Anionic surfactants

These surfactants have a negative charge on their head groups. They provide amazing detergency properties. They can bind together particles that are positively charged, for example, oils and dirt. They lift and suspend these particles forming micelles. These kinds of surfactant chemicals are widely used in households and workplaces.

Amphoteric surfactants

Amphoteric or zwitterionic surfactants have a positive and negative charge on their head groups. This makes their total charge zero. These substances have low toxic levels. They are tolerant towards hard water and show excellent compatibility with other surfactant chemicals.

Nonionic surfactants

These surfactants do not have a charge on their head groups. Thus, they are milder. For this reason, they are used in households. Nonionic surfactants are mostly used in cosmetics and personal care products. These chemicals are also used in the agrochemical industry in the form of pesticides. They also find uses in the process of refining gas and oil. They are also commonly used in the case of coating applications.

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Top 5 Benefits of Installing Bathroom Mirrors in OK

At present, on most occasions, you will come across a bathroom mirror after entering the toilet. These mirrors are usually used for shaving, applying makeup, or checking your appearance. In this article, we have articulated the primary benefits of installing bathroom mirrors in OK.

  1. Make it appear that there is more space

In many residences, the bathroom usually occupies a small space. Nevertheless, the addition of a bathroom mirror over the sink will help to add some depth to the overall space. It is a fact that a large mirror has the ability to make the room appear much bigger than what it actually is. In case there is any window in the toilet, make sure to position the mirror on the wall opposite to the window which will enhance the depth of the space significantly. Consequently, the room will appear much bigger in the long run.

  1. Create the illusion of artwork

It can be quite difficult to find artwork for matching your toilet. However, once a mirror is placed on the wall opposite to that of a window, it can create the illusion of artwork easily. Apart from this, a mirror will be able to balance the space in the bathroom by creating symmetry. This is particularly true in case the mirror comes with a decorative frame.

  1. Help to add light

A mirror will be a fantastic way to add much-needed light in the otherwise dark bathroom. This will be more beneficial in a toilet which does not have any window and lacks natural light. The mirror has the ability to reflect the light and bounce it throughout the room thus making it appear much brighter than what it actually is. It will be advisable for you to position the mirror on the wall opposite to that of the light such that it is able to reflect more light. You also have the option of choosing between one large mirror and several small mirrors.

  1. Hide storage space

In case your bathroom is small in size and does not have enough storage space, a mirrored wall cabinet will be a fantastic option. Apart from having the benefits of a usual bathroom mirror, it will also be possible for you to hide the storage space at the back of the mirror. You can have the option of installing a stock mirrored cabinet or you can also have one tailor-made for satisfying your requirements and size specifications.

  1. Help to add style

Mirrors will be beneficial in improving the design and style of your bathroom space. You will come across mirrors of different styles on the market at present which includes contemporary, traditional, antique, vintage, as well as modern. With so many styles to choose from you will surely be able to find a mirror that will fulfill the style expectations of the bathroom while improving the space as well.

Conclusion

In case you are planning to install a mirror in your toilet, make sure to hire a reliable and competent professional for doing so on your behalf. Do not try to get the job done on your own since you lack the required experience as well as expertise.

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Sugar Land Criminal Charges: All You Need to Know

Are you facing criminal accusations in Sugar Land? Do you want to know more about your rights? Are you looking for the best Sugar Land criminal defense attorney? If you are facing criminal accusations, you must be trying your best to present your case favorably.  You will get only one chance to prove your honesty in court. Therefore, you will have to consider hiring an experienced Sugar Land criminal defense lawyer. An experienced legal professional understands the legal complexities. You can expect the best help.

You should never ignore a criminal charge even if it is a minor one. You must not defend your case.  Instead, hire a lawyer. You do not understand the legalities, and that is going to impact the decision. In this article, we are going to cover some essential factors that might help you to understand your rights.

Categories of Criminal Accusations 

Criminal offenses in Sugar Land fall into two categories. These are felonies and misdemeanors. You will be charged under one of these categories depending on the circumstances. A felony is a serious crime. The charge can send you to jail for years depending on the severity of the charge. However, the misdemeanor is a less serious crime. It is punishable. You can be sent to jail. But the duration will not be more than one year. Within each classification, the consequences and the degree of severity will vary. For example, the punishment for the class C misdemeanor is fine only.

 What Is the Arrest Process?

The police will need an arrest warrant to arrest a suspect. Exceptions can be made when the crime will be done in front of the police officers. If you commit a crime in the presence of police officers, they can arrest you without an arrest warrant.

If you are detained and the officers are not willing to leave you, then it might be an indication that you are under arrest.  Even if the officer does not mention that you are under arrest, you will be considered under arrest if you are detained with handcuffs. It is worth mentioning that if the officers want to know about your involvement in the crime, you will have to answer intelligently. Your answers will be used against you in court. So, make sure that you are not giving any statement without consulting with an experienced lawyer.  The officers will not force you to respond if you want them to stop asking.

What Are the Rights of the Accused?

After the arrest, you will be taken to the magistrate without any delay. During this, the judge will tell you about the affidavits and accusations against you. You will have the right to remain silent and retain legal counsel.  You might want the presence of your lawyer during interviews. Also, you will have the right to terminate an interview whenever you want. You can ask for time to hire an experienced Sugar Land criminal defense lawyer. You will have the right to confront a witness and ask for a speedy trial.

You can talk to a Sugar Land criminal defense lawyer to know more about your rights and other legal complications.

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