New Blog for Odors from Pets Begone

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http://www.OdorsFromPetsBegone.com has begun a new informational blog for customers, bringing valuable information to improve their quality of life.

I want to present articles that address these various needs. Some will promote ideas for use of the product, and others will deal with how they will be able to improve their quality of life through the use of the product. To me, the blog is an excellent medium to convey information through the written word.

Odors from Pets Begone is the online source for the phenomenal Doodoo Voodoo line of pet and human stain and odor removers, and they have long been committed to providing their customers with both quality information and quality products. Store owner and operator Jim Walters has taken the next step in providing services for his customers by opening http://www.OdorsBegoneBlog.com, an informational blog about the uses of his amazing product.

"Pet owners and people with pet odor problems are a very large audience," explains Jim, an entrepreneur who hasn't allowed retirement to slow him down. He was introduced to Doodoo Voodoo by its creator, a close friend who cares for sick animals and devised a scientifically sound method for dealing with substantial pet odors and stains. "It's for that audience that I offer this product. I keep going back to the phrase 'quality of life'; you hear it in hospitals, nursing homes, new homes -- builders use the phrase. They're addressing quality of life for people. When I think of needs that people have concerning smells that are around them, bad odors must diminish their quality of life. I see my product as not only addressing the need for taking care of the odor, but directly affecting the quality of life for the customers who purchase it."

The blog itself will function as a point of information for customers, as well as a place to ask questions or make comments on the product. "I want to have a medium available to me to talk to my potential customer base; to talk about the subject of quality of life," explains Jim. "I want to present articles that address these various needs. Some will promote ideas for use of the product, and others will deal with how they will be able to improve their quality of life through the use of the product. To me, the blog is an excellent medium to convey information through the written word."

Jim emphasizes that pet odors are not the endpoint for the product's use, but merely the beginning. "My initial presentation to the marketplace dealt with odors caused by pets, be it urine, feces, vomit, or other things that would cause carpets to become impregnated with pet odors," says Jim. "The use of the product goes far beyond that; it's ideal for nursing homes, which have a particular odor that needs to be addressed. When people go into hotel rooms, one of the things that goes to work in particular is the nose, which lets you know how fresh the smell of the area is. My product works -- be it in hotels, motels, nursing homes, assisted living homes, or other markets -- by combating those odors. There are many other applications, and we'll be dealing with a lot of those potential uses in my blog."

Jim encourages readers to visit his blog to learn more about Doodoo Voodoo and its applications.

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