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Electronic Merchant Systems

June 9th, 2014

The latest business to be featured on  is Electronic Merchant Systems, which is headquartered in Independence, Ohio near Cleveland.

Learn more about their products and services, including credit card processing.

Free Guide: Highland Controls Releases Motion Control Systems Industrial Report

March 21st, 2013

Highland Controls, a Richfield, Ohio-based distributor of motion control and related products, today released a free guide for industrial applications: “10 Ways to Make Your Best Moves with Motion Control Systems.”

You can view the entire news release here:

Or, you can download the motion control guide – for free.

Highland Controls Releases New Website

March 5th, 2013

Highland Controls, a motion control products distributor in Richfield, Ohio, today released an expanded version of its web site with additional products and free resources.

View the news release.

The web site was designed and developed by Online Marketing Coach, which manages

Facebook Likes Help Toys for Tots for Needy Ohio Children This Christmas

December 13th, 2012

Here’s any easy way to help needy Ohio children this Christmas and it won’t cost you a dime.

I work with World Synergy in Solon, a marketing and IT agency that is buying many gifts to support Toys for Tots.

For every 5 new Likes on Facebook, World Synergy will donate a new gift to Toys for Tots. It’s that simple.

Here is their Facebook page:

If you Like World Synergy, you’ll be making a difference in the life of a child who otherwise may not get gifts this Christmas. It’s a great way to support a cause and you don’t even need to do the shopping or spend any money. World Synergy is taking care of the cost. They just appreciate your participation this holiday season.

Ohioans help the needs of individuals and organizations throughout the year with volunteer service, donations to food banks, etc. Now it got even easier to help out without having to write another check or add to the time you commit to other places.

Giving back comes naturally. Today it’s easier than ever.

Thrive In Ohio Web Site for Ohio Jobs

November 24th, 2012 is more than just another job search website. It does provide people access to Ohio jobs in an easy to navigate site, but it also provides inspiration. The site features testimonials and inspiring stories of success, and gives hope to job seekers seeking employment in today’s tough economy. By providing this connection within the community, the website aims to strengthen and grow the success of the entire state.

By linking with the site provides access to thousands of listed jobs, offering Ohio residents or those looking to find work in Ohio the chance to find employment there. The site focuses on showing the successes that are occurring every day for both employers and those seeking work, and has a positive, upbeat message to send the world; Ohio is thriving.

Despite the economic troubles that the country has faced in the last few years, Ohio is leading the way in recovery, with plenty of business choosing to move to the state and providing job opportunities for thousands. The site also features uplifting success stories of individuals, highlighting those who have found employment and bettered their lives in the state. It is an encouraging way to motivate current job seekers and show the resilience of the Buckeye State.

The site also showcases Ohio’s diverse economy and some of the businesses that have chosen to make the state their home. The statements from the businesses highlight the reasons why Ohio was the right choice for their business, and shows the career opportunities for job seekers in the state.

The most important aspect of the site is the uplifting feeling of hope and pride that it inspires. By focusing on the positive results of job seekers and employers, it lets the public know that Ohio is thriving in spite of the nation’s rough economy. It also gives the public a sense of just how bright the future is in the state of Ohio.

Laundry Chutes Guide Excerpts

November 22nd, 2012

Kasl Enterprises has just released excerpts of its new commercial laundry chutes guide, “Building the Right Chute:
How to Plan for Commercial Laundry and Trash Chutes.”

Laundry Chutes
Trash Chutes

Laundry Chutes Guide

November 15th, 2012

Online Marketing Coach, the founder of Ohio Cities, recently worked with Kasl Enterprises on a new industry guide about commercial laundry chutes and trash chutes.

Request your FREE copy of the guide: “Building the Right Chute: How to Plan for Commercial Laundry and Trash Chutes.”

The guide offers numerous ideas about how to plan for, select, install and maintain commercial trash and laundry chutes for hotels, hospitals, and assisted living centers. General contractors, architects and building owners can reference it to make the best use of laundry and trash chutes.

Experts on Panel Offer Bullying Insights at Free Your Teen Magazine Event

September 4th, 2012

Parents concerned about bullying can hear from some of the region’s top experts at can attend a FREE panel discussion on Sept. 5 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Tri-C Corporate College East near Cleveland, Ohio.

Register today for the program called “The Bully Culture: Navigating the Social Jungle.”

Organizers also have a great prize they will award. The first 100 registrants will be eligible for a Kindle Fire raffle.

Before the event, you can get useful information about local services for teens and parents of teens at the Parent Expo (6 to 7 p.m.).

The bullying panel includes Dr. Carolyn Ievers-Landis (University Hospital Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospitals), Jason Culp (Lawrence School), Lisa Damour (Laurel School) and moderator Todd Meany (Fox 8 News Reporter).

Your Teen Magazine offers extensive coverage of bullying from multiple angles.

New Websites: Books of Poems, Video Phones

December 3rd, 2011

Here are two new Ohio-based web sites in development that will have tools, tips, reviews and more:

Poems, Tips, Resources & More
Video Phones & Reviews

Ohio Census Records

April 10th, 2011

We have recently updated several cities on our site.  There is new information from the Ohio Census Records placed on each of the cities listed below.  This information has stats, percentages, demographics, and much more about each of the cities.  The Census Data is great for reports about the cities or if you need to know a little more about who lives there.  Check out our updates to these cities:

Lima, Lorain, Marietta, Marion, Mentor, New Philadelphia, Norwalk, Port Clinton, Sandusky, Sidney, Springfield, Tiffin, Toledo, Wadsworth, Westerville, Wooster, Youngstown, and Zanesville.