Posts Tagged ‘bedbugs’

Over the last decade the termite market has seen good days, and, more recently, not so good days.  According to a recent article in PCT Magazine,Trends of the Past Decade”, the termite industry benefited from improved chemicals and from the housing boom; while the housing bust has contributed to its decline.

The industry was thrilled with the introduction of non-repellent termiticides. They provided excellent results. Since termites cannot detect soil treated with a non-repellent termiticide, they tunnel into a treated zone, come into contact with the active ingredient and contaminate the rest of the colony. Fewer re-treats are also necessary. In the February 2003 issue of PCT Magazine a study was released noting a retreatment rate of only 0.7 percent when professionals used a non-repellent product.

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Well, it wasn’t Andy. It was, however, our very own social media maven, Terri Mason! We received a call from George Casey at PMP Magazine asking if we knew of anyone who could talk with this great group about Social Media. We immediately thought of Terri who had participated in our Social Media Summer School last year.

Here’s Terri’s report from the conference…

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