New Informational Décor Tip Website Debuts

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Brand new décor website, is offering helpful information and resources on how to improve your home and more. At three weeks old, the site has also added a new blog.

I have a pretty large palate for what we'll cover with the blog

As technology becomes easier to navigate through and utilize, more and more people are becoming involved, leaving their own HTML footprints in the internet sand. Because of this ease, there are thousands of websites out there and great number of them not serving any purpose other than to have pictures of animals with clever captions and news about celebrities.

Ed Sweeney has seen such sites populate the internet wasteland and has created a site that will do more helping than stand as a representation of excess of information. Sweeney's site,, is a brand new website that offers up home décor tips to burgeoning home owners and renters. On top of the tips, Sweeney also has links to sites that have low priced items to help in the decorating process.

"As far as the links go, we have furniture, home décor, and even some games," said Sweeney of his three week old site. "We have specific features such as books on repairs and remodeling. We also have a section on gardening and landscaping. The garden and yards shouldn't be ignored."

In addition to his site, Sweeney has also developed a blog with

While has its sights set on a hybrid of tips and resources, features a wealth of information, editorials and tips about a variety of topics.

"I have a pretty large palate for what we'll cover with the blog," explained Sweeney, "such as upcoming holidays, positive aspects of economy, organizing closets, children's room, kitchen's, utility rooms, storage sheds, garages and basement. Health issues, business, political, educational and entertainment issues are also possibilities for topics."

Though the internet has new sites popping up everyday, very few of them offer anything of value and substance. Sweeney's Home Fun Then Some imprint is something that many websites lack - a vision of help and inspiration in the form of HTML codes and script.

About the Company: is a part of EJS Global Ventures, LLC. which is owned and operated by Ed Sweeney. Sweeney also assists disabled citizens and donates to charities.

Contact Information:
Ed Sweeney
(315) 342-3573

iePlexus, Inc.


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