Finding General Concrete Contractor

Written by vegboxschemes on August 14, 2018

General Concrete Contractor

We are a general concrete contractor in the concrete raising Crown Point IN. If you are looking for a plain concrete contractor in Crown Point or any other part please call our concrete contracting services for a free no obligation quote. We will service any project big or small and there is no obligation. Some of our concrete contracting services include the following:

  • Surveying the site/layout and discuss the details of the concrete project
  • Go over options with the client including the type of concrete, finish and other details
  • Work to get the site prepped if needed
  • Concrete forming & grading services
  • Concrete placing finishing


Decorative Concrete Contractor

We are a professional decorative concrete contractor in the Crown Point. Our company works hard to provide the most top-notch concrete services. This includes decorative concrete & finishing services. We can help you take your vision to the next level. We specialise in decorative concrete services: such as stamped concrete and exposed aggregate. These finishes truly bring out the magic in any landscaped area and can truly do numbers for a homes curb appeal.


Concrete Forming Services

We also offer basic concrete forming services. Our company does not deal with foundations or complicated carpentry tasks but do deal with decorative concrete forming. These concrete forming services are included with our concrete placing services. So if you are in the Crown Point & need concrete forming services along with placing and finishing give us a call now!.

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Affiliate Marketing – Can You Really Make Money With it?

Written by vegboxschemes on August 10, 2018

affiliate marketing

When people first get into online marketing, the first thing day try do to is affiliate marketing.


Because it’s low cost and the gurus make it look easy to do.

But can you really make money with affiliate marketing?

In this post, we’ll be going over exactly that.

What is affiliate marketing?

Affiliate marketing is simply when you sell someone else’s product and you get a commission for it.

So how do you promote these offers?


There are many ways to promote your affiliate offers. You just need a platform to promote them on.

The platform could be a blog, YouTube channel, email list, social media and the list goes on.

You’re then going to have to create content around this product, this content could be video or written.

Next, you will need to drive traffic to this platform. For example, if you had a blog you could drive traffic to it through Google.

So what you would do it optimise your content for the Google search engine and have people come to your site that way.

You would then have to make sure you have a good copy. Make sure you know how to sell and this will increase the amount of conversions you get.

And that’s pretty much it!

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4 Main Types of SEO (You Need to Know About)

Written by vegboxschemes on July 24, 2018

Types of SEO

In this post, we’ll be going over the 4 main type of SEO.

SEO is critical to the success of your business.

Here are the 4 main types of SEO:


affiliate seo

Affiliate SEO is ranking websites that promotes affiliate offers.

For example, you have a skincare blog and you could be selling someone’s acne cream, when you sell that acne cream you will get a cut of it.

There’s no need for you to risk creating a product to sell.

You can just find and promote someone else’s products and services.


local seo

Local SEO is ranking local businesses like plumbers, dentists, taxis, and the list goes on.

By learning local SEO you will be able to take your business to the next level and really bring in a ton of leads and customers.

You can create your own SEO company, be a freelancer or create your own local business and use SEO to promote it.

Whenever someone has a question or problem, they always ask Google.

What if they were trying to find a new hair salon and typed in “best hair salon london” and you showed up for that term?

There’s a good chance you would get that person as a customer.


youtube seo

YouTube is the second biggest search engine after Google and will probably become the biggest search engine in a few years because more people consume content through video.

And YouTube is one of the biggest if not the biggest video platform.

YouTube has a lot less competition than Google so it may be a better option to make YouTube videos than create blog content if your business allows you to.


e-commerce seo

Do you have a Shopify store?

Instead of spending a boat load of cash on ads, you can get customers on Google for free.

Not a lot of people are doing SEO for their e-commerce site, it’s actually incredible.

Make sure you optimise your product pages for Google and get them ranking.


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Can London Become A Self Sustaining City?

Written by vegboxschemes on June 25, 2018


London is one of the brightest most vibrant and multi cultural cities on Earth.

I remember my first day in London.

I went to a place called Canary Wharf and it was stunning.

I fell in love with the tall buildings to the rivers.

I especially liked the way marketing agencies and banks were located in that area.

This made me feel like it was the place to be since I loved business and digital marketing.

Of course, there has to be something that powers up the bright city of London.

And the thing that powers London is a dirty type of energy called fossil fuels.

This is not a sustainable way to keep powering the city and its power will eventually collapse if it keeps on with its current energy source.

So, is there a way to have self sustaining clean energy powering London?

You’ll be pleased to know that there is a way to power London with clean self-sustaining energy that won’t pollute the planet.

And the name of that energy source is, solar energy.


Solar energy takes the rays coming from the sun and converts them into electricity.


And I’m sure you already know, the sun isn’t going out anytime soon and will be producing energy for millions of years.

This is an incredible way of producing energy.

What do we have to do to make London move over to solar energy?

First of all, the cost of solar technology needs to go down.

You see, solar technology is a fairly new technology and when new technology shows itself, it typically comes at an expensive price.

We need to produce people in the education system and stress the need for solar energy for upcoming generations.

This in turn can help increase the amount of people working on solar technology and help drive the costs down.

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Customers Reviews

Written by vegboxschemes on June 11, 2018


Kate Eddy, Oxford
North Aston Organics
“Great veg with tips on how to cook. No air freight policy for fruit. Pick up points e.g. florist in Jericho are also delivered to – handy as I live in a block of flats with an entry phone and I save 50p on delivery! Lovely people, too and you can go and have a tour of the fields once a year.”
Trevor Wood, Abingdon
Riverford Home Delivery
“An old fashioned, friendly delivery service offering high quality organic produce.”
paul mullins, hayle
ready fresh
“reduces food miles and helps the local economy serve the local community more efficiently”
Lynn Sardo, Ashford
Ripple Farm Organics
“The vegetables are grown locally, picked daily and are fresh and tasty. I know that no pesticides are used and because they are so fresh and do not have to travel far, all the good nutrients are still in the produce when they are delivered. There is a excellent selection of different vegetables all year round and we are allowed two ‘dislikes’.”
Lynda Marsh, Chichester
Veg Out
“Really good LOCAL organic food with friendly delivery and service”
Jit Parekh, Leicester
River Nene Organic Home Delivery
“Customers enjoying high quality, fresh, variety and seasonal organic produce every week.”
Claire Wright, Faversham
Ripple Farm Organics
“They are a friendly, local, scheme. All the food is fresh, local and organic – the best combination! They grow interesting, seasonal veg you don’t find in supermarkets – like chard and black kale. The newsletter and annual open day give the customer a much closer understanding of where the food comes from and by using returnable boxes waste is minimised too.”


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