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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Men On A Budget ·
"Shift Your Habit" by Elizabeth Rogers is part of my keeper collection of books. Although an older title, much of the information is as pertinent today as the day it was published...
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Men On A Budget ·
Are you leaving your computers and appliances on or plugged in 24/7 even when you are away from home and/or sleeping? Why not get in the habit of unplugging rarely used items like toasters, computer printers and even unnecessary cordless phone handsets? What if you start to use the power saving features on your computers and turn off those surge protectors for the sixteen or more hours each day when not used and even more when not used daily? How often do you make toast? Why not make a toast...
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Men On A Budget ·
I found this Vampire Calculator from Duke Energy that I want to share ... This cool tool says it best, " Slay Your Energy Vampires The average U.S household spends $100 a year on plugged-in electronics they aren't using. Spooky, right? Tell us what you've got, and we'll show you how much you could save by pulling the plug." https://www.duke-energy.com/en...e0XbV6nyD9RLAzKXuYj4
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Melissa ·
This is so cool and easy to use! I thought you were joking but it really is called the Energy Vampire Calculator.
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Simbalittle3 ·
We've installed several smart plugs since joining OhmConnect and now reduce a large portion of our passive power usage
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Men On A Budget ·
Note: I have communicated with people who have had energy audits (free) from their electric suppliers and who have been given some cool freebies... smart bulbs, surge protectors and even one who was given a free replacement Nest Thermostat. Everyone's mileage may vary but it does not hurt to ask for the free audits just for the professional testing and advice on ways to conserve energy and money.
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Simbalittle3 ·
Yes years ago my neighbor did that and she was given a Free refrigerator
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Bonnie Squires ·
i unplug the toaster and any other small thing that the kids have plugged in. Changed lite bulbs to. Even the newer computer have a energy mode on them now
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Kathy Luchka-Zahansky ·
Check with your utility to see if they offer rebates for upgrading to energy efficient appliances and/or LED light bulbs. Some utilities give them away for free. Some will even give you power strips that have a "sleep" mode if you forget to turn them off. They want to get load offline, so they are happy to help you reduce your KWH usage.
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Bonnie Squires ·
thank you
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Re: Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Moore Income ·
Thanks for all the info. It is something I guess I don't pay as much attention to as I should. I will have to take a closer look at my energy consumption now and see how I can save more energy.
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FreebiePharm ·
We were shocked to find a small electric fireplace was costing us $200 a month. We no longer use it!
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Watts Zappening? (Saving Money On Energy Costs)

Men On A Budget ·
Did you know that the average cable or satellite TV box with DVR costs around $8 a month to have on 24/7? Did you know that some makes and models of these boxes use more or less than others? Did you know that many states have deregulated energy costs, allowing consumers to shop for lower per kilowatt hour rates? Did you know that there are simple swaps we can all make to reduce our usage? That's as true with electric as water as natural gas... and some swaps to habits can add up to huge...
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Moore Income ·
Thanks for the information post about SEO. SEO is an ever changing topic but it is something that website owners and especially bloggers need to stay on top of.
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Re: Strategic keyword placement and SEO (search engine optimization) basics.

Deon Christie ·
Only a pleasure @Moore Income , and right you are. SEO have no final destination, and requires precision above all. Simple strategic target keyword placement can make the world of difference.
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Strategic keyword placement and SEO (search engine optimization) basics.

Deon Christie ·
Now this is from a blogging point of view, because you want your blog to actually rank min all major search engines. And SEO is not quite as complicated as is often assumed. But rather pretty logic if you know the basics. I'm going to guide you through the basics of keywords and strategic placement. We will cover graphic design and ranking secrets at a later point in time. Why a blog is important to make money online Because it is your chance to proof to your readers that you are as...
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