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Churning out original content is sometimes tedious, but we’re here to help! Use our ready-to-go content to keep your page active and reach consumers. Just select a category, choose a post and platform, copy and share — it's that simple!

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For Facebook:

  1. Click the 'Copy text' button to copy text.
  2. Click the Facebook icon to open a new Facebook page.
  3. Paste ( Ctrl + V ) copied content into 'Share on Facebook' page.
  4. Post to Facebook!

For Twitter:

  1. Click the Twitter icon and it will automatically copy and paste the content to your post.
  2. Post to Twitter!

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If you own a seasonal home, renting it out to make extra money can be a nice side gig. However, doing this may affect your home insurance policy. Read on:

Removing snow around your home and on your roof can prevent flooding as it melts. Follow these tips to minimize your flood risk:

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If you find the home of your dreams in this housing market — chances are you'll enter a bidding war. If you want to know how to win, try using these steps:

During the winter months, our electric and gas bills can skyrocket. To keep some money in your pocket, try these methods to conserve energy in your home!

January is Radon Action Month. If your home hasn’t been tested, you should buy a test kit right away. Learn more about the dangers of radon exposure and how to protect your home:


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