The Importance of Email Marketing

Email Marketing is a quick, simple, and direct way to connect with prospective and current clients.  Did you know emails actually have a higher amount of account than Facebook and Twitter?  It’s no wonder it is more effective that social media ads!  The amount of purchases that people make through email campaigns goes up by 10% every year.  It’s time for you to join the email bandwagon!

Check out these awesome infographics for more information on email marketing.


New Tenant Highlight: Vim & Vigor

Vim & Vigor Revitalizin Health Center has created a unique approach to restoring the energy in your life through three main services: Massage, Fitness, Pain Relief and Rehabilitation. We address the body’s inner flows of energy to relax you. We restore balance, strength and function to weak or compromised areas of the body. We revitalize neurological pathways to remove barriers to movement such as pain, muscle tensions,weakness, or limited range of motion so you can do the activities you love and achieve your health goals. Vim & Vigor means energy, vitality and enthusiasm and we believe everyone could always use a little more of that.

We are the first in the area to deliver this type of neuro-muscular rehabilitation. This is cutting edge technology that the athletes have been using for over 30 years and now anyone can take advantage of it’s miraculous capabilities. Imagine getting relief from the folllowing:

Back and Neck Pain

Joint Pain

Joint Injuries

Muscle Aches and Weakness

Prevention of Surgery

and more…..

Call us and schedule a MASSAGE ($10 Discount) or FREE HEALTH CONSULTATION

Experience more at Vim & Vigor!


Blue Ash Tenant Spotlight: Steve Winter

Steven A. Winter & Associates

Insurance Agency LLC

Five Star Financial Corporation

Steve Winter is a true professional with many certificates and degrees.  After graduating from U.C.L.A. in Economics he started Five Star Financial Corp. (1994)   Five Star continues to operate today and has an office located here at our campus @10999 Reed Hartman Hwy., Suite 214, Cincinnati, 45242.

Five Star Financial Corporation specializes in Commercial and Residential Mortgage L ending.  However, Steve’s passion is Healthcare!  He established Steven A. Winter & Associates in 2001.  He services can range from a single health policy to groups over 100 peoples.  Steve also is licensed full service Independent Insurance Broker offering property, casualty, health, life, specializing in Medicare chronic care and special needs plans.

Steve’s favorite part of his business is he is truly helping people.   He truly enjoys helping people find the correct Medicare Plan that is the best interest of the client, not the carrier!  After interviewing a client and asking a series of questions like “who is your primary care physician”, what Rx drugs are you taking”, “what zip code do you lived in. etc. etc.  After assessing their needs, he will match up a plan to meet their needs, Anthem, Aetna m Humana and United Health Care.

Click here to visit Steve’s website!

3 Major Points For Contracts


Having a contract for your services is extremely important.  Contracts make sure you are paid for the services you provided and that there was a legal exchange.  Unfortunately, there are people out there that will just ghost you and not pay you and you can’t do anything about it unless they signed a contract.  As a small business owner, they payments are your paychecks.  Not sure where to start when writing a contract?  Well, there are 3 points that need included and then you can build off from there.  You always need to include the following:

  1. Offerings
  2. Acceptance
  3. Exchange


You and your client both have something to offer.  You are offering your services and they are offering their money.  You need to state exactly what you are giving them, so this includes the service but also it should include the amount of time you are putting into your work.  Then your contract needs to state the amount of money expected which is the amount they will be offering to you as payment.  This doesn’t necessarily need to be a contract either, you can send an invoice to them which would require a signature.


This branches out from the offers.  You both have to agree and accept what the other and the acceptance can easily just be done with signatures.  This step could also be where someone decides they do not want to move forward.  Don’t let this discourage you, it can and will happen occasionally.


The exchange is where the client and yourself get what you want, but you need to have it stated in your invoice or contract.  A good example for this section is stating the timeline the client has to pay you.  The exchange also needs to include how the exchange will be done.  What type of files, documents, or products will you be giving them?  How will they be paying you?  With an app, with check, or with a money order?  It’s good to know everything that will be happening through this process.

Always Have a Contract

No matter what, no matter the person, you need to always have a contract or invoice.  This will ensure that you will have payment for what your offered them and they can’t just take advantage of you.  Anyone could do this, so just be prepared.  If someone is offended that  you don’t trust them, just explain about how this is just to cover yourself and it is in no way a personal issue.  If you are lenient for one person then others will expect it too.  In the end, you need to take care of yourself.

Your Office Needs a Spring Cleaning Too

Spring is here whether it feels like it or not.  It is time to start your spring cleaning, but not only at your home!  Your office needs a little extra TLC too.  Start organizing those papers and files, clean the dust bunnies, and revisit your budget.

Organizing Papers and Files

It’s great to keep track of any receipts, contracts, or current client information.  Make sure you aren’t hording these though.  If something is older than 2 years and you haven’t had any use of it then it is time to pitch that paperwork.  A couple of our locations, like Blue Ash and Mason, have community shredding days to give our tenants a free service of shredding those unwanted documents.  So Blue Ash tenants… our shred day is April 30th, so no excuses for excessive paperwork after that!

After having a fun day of throwing away and shredding paper, you will need to go back to the documents you are keeping and organize them.  Make it a system that will make it be easy for you to keep up with and easy for you to find what you are looking for.  Filing cabinets might be a great investment for this!

Stock Supplies

Have you been putting off ordering more supplies and you have been trudging away with what you have?  Go ahead and stock up for the year, especially if you are someone that always forgets to order new supplies.  Order new checks, printer ink, envelopes, and basic office needs.  If you end up having too much then just use it next year!  Better to have more than what you need than not having enough.

Calendar Updates

If you already know of some plans for the year, go ahead and put it on your calendars.  Plan ahead meetings, media posts, or even your vacation.  Organize your year ahead of time to relieve future you of some stress.  When doing this, make sure you update your paper calendars, planners, phone calendar, and computer calendar.  Sync everything so you have access to your plans at any time.

Avoid Messy Media

Bring order to your media just like you did with your paper documents.  Upload all your pictures to your computer or a flash drive to late clear them from your phone or camera.  This will give you the change to also delete pictures you don’t need or want.  Start creating folders on your computer to have an organized system of all your information and remove everything from your desktop.  Lastly, plan ahead your social media posts.  Use different platforms that post on your social media for you on selected day.  You could create the posts today and tell the platform to post them on December 1st!  Knock out your entire year of social media and remove one more thing from your plate.


Go through your budgets and see where you need to allocate more money.  Maybe you didn’t need as much for one thing, but you did need more for another.  This will let you see where your money is going and how smart your are being with it.  Questions each expense and determine if there is a way to lower it or eliminate it.  Give each dollar a purpose.  Worry about the pennies and don’t just focus on the big bucks.  Take care of the pennies and the dollars will take care of themselves.




Couture Health Care
73 Cavalier Blvd Suite 326

A new tenant at The Perfect Small office at Turfway has some helpful tips and an invitation for you. They are Couture Health Care.
Are you feeling down and blue? Not able or want to take depression medications because of the potential side effects? Consider taking a daily dose of Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 is a fat soluble vitamin that takes time to build up in the human body.
Low levels of Vitamin D3 can lead to depression and anxiety. Replacement of Vitamin D3 can improve immunity and increase stamina. Vitamin D3 supplements are available over the counter. Regular daily doses of Vitamin D3 are 1,000- 2,000 IU.
Other ways to get free Vitamin D3 is going outside in the sunshine for 10-15 minutes per day and the human body will synthesis Vitamin D3.
If you are interested in more information on Vitamin D3, you may go to Couture Health Care’s YouTube channel and watch the free health care videos. If you would like to meet Dr. Lisa Goins PhD, APRN, FNP-BC, RMT from Couture Health Care, we will be relocating from Hamilton, OH and moved into 73 Cavalier Blvd, Suite 326, Florence, KY, on May 1, 2018. Couture Health Care’s Open House to stop by for a meet and greet will be May 4, 2018 from 2 pm- 5 pm at the Turfway Office Center location. We invite everyone to stop by and say hello.