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GlassLogic News June 5, 2012

by Sue

newspaperThis week: Help Protect Our Tech and SEO Blog Comments

Hello! I'm Sue, the office manager and webmaster here at GlassLogic. I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our new news column.

Several times per month, I'll update you about what is going on behind the scenes at GlassLogic Windshield Repair, need-to-know info such as holiday closings, and coupons or special deals.

Is there something you want to see here? A question you have about our business, or a story you would like me to share with our other customers? As always, if you have  comments or questions about our website content, please send me a note through our contact form. Thanks!

Help our Tech Avoid Heat Stroke

After a pleasant spring, the searing summer temperatures have finally arrived in Dallas. To protect the health of our technician (who happens to be my dear husband) PLEASE park your car in the shade before your appointment, if at all possible.

The temperature on a parking lot can reach 120 degrees on a really hot afternoon. If the car is sitting in the sun, the hood and windshield can reach 130 degrees or more. With those temperatures, it doesn’t take long for Mark to get baked to a crisp and dehydrated. Even though he takes plenty of bottled water with him each morning, last summer he got heat sick several times.

If your windshield repair or headlight restoration has to take place on a parking lot in the sun, make sure to warn Mark when you call or try to schedule your repair in the early morning.

Thanks so much! I like our tech and want him around for a long time. ;)

P.S. Thanks to our kind customers who provide Mark with ice cold water while he is working on your vehicle. We both appreciate your thoughtfulness!

SEO Comments on our Blog

Our blog is a place where we can chat with our customers and website visitors. We enjoy writing posts and want to have conversations with our readers. So to our customers and website visitors, please feel free to comment on any of our posts. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

But that invitation does not apply to blog spammers.

Our blog is not a place for SEOs to drop links to their client’s websites. Needless to say, comments with SEO (fake) usernames are also deleted. Come on… I’m sure no mother ever named her baby “Auto Lubricant Dallas!” We don’t want our customers to have to scroll through that kind of garbage.

Before you waste your time and mine, be forewarned that I review all comments before they go live. Spam is deleted and repeat offenders will be banned. Thanks for your cooperation.

Thanks for stopping by. I hope you will join me each week.

Until next time!

Sue Huckle
Office Manager and Webmaster