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3 Ways RP Copywriting Can Help You Make More Money Today

3 ways RP Copywriting can help you make more money today

At RP Copywriting, we specialize in content marketing and lead generation campaigns that deliver a steady stream of qualified leads and a significant return on investment over the long term.

But what if you don’t have the budget, patience or <gasp!> cash flow  to invest in a long-term content marketing strategy, no matter how handsome the ROI? What if you have a limited budget and need a short-term or one-off marketing solution that will still increase your bottom line?

Here are three ways the professional copywriters and content marketing specialists at RP Copywriting can help.

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Comox Valley Triathletes Own The Podium At Nationals

Comox Valley triathletes own the podium at nationals

Comox Valley triathletes Clay Ward (C), Derek Vinge (L) and Tyler McCallan (R) finished first, second and third, respectively at the Canadian National Cross Triathlon Championships last weekend in Penticton.

Comox Valley triathletes Clay Ward (C), Derek Vinge (L) and Tyler McCallan (R) finished first, second and third, respectively, at the Canadian National Cross Triathlon Championships last weekend in Penticton.

Comox Valley athletes had an impressive showing at the Canadian Cross Triathlon Championships in Penticton August 26, taking home five medals and even “owning the podium” in the men’s 30-34 age category.

Local triathletes Clay Ward, Derek Vinge and Tyler McCallan finished first, second and third, respectively, in that category, with Ward taking fourth spot overall. Ryan Parton took home silver in the men’s 35-39 category, and Kelsey McCallan finished second in the women’s 30-34 category. Another local triathlete, Kerry Hale, finished strong in the men’s 40-44 category in his first-ever cross triathlon race.

A cross triathlon is similar to a traditional triathlon, except all the events are “off road.” The Canadian championships featured a challenging 1.5-km. swim in Okanagan Lake, a 26-km. mountain bike and a 10-km. trail run.

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Insurers Classify Marijuana Users As Non-smokers

Insurers classify marijuana users as non-smokers

 

No longer will cannabis users be deemed smokers – at least not when it comes to applying for life and critical illness insurance.

Regardless of how the marijuana is imbibed – be it smoked, ingested or inhaled through a vaporizer – a number of major insurers have changed their policy on the drug and are now assessing marijuana users at non-smoker rates. The change, says a local independent insurance broker, will slash the cost of life and critical illness insurance for marijuana users at least in half.

“This is a pretty big deal,” says Adam Duncan, owner of Comox-based ADI Benefits. “Like marijuana users themselves, insurance companies aren’t exactly known for their quick reactions. The change reflects research about the health benefits of marijuana and recent shifts in government and public opinion regarding legalization.”

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