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Why How to Operate Your Home?

Market, Inform, and Educate - All in One

The average home buyer is often overwhelmed with the amount of information they need to process when making what is likely the biggest purchase of their lives. How to Operate Your Home’s books, articles, and digital content fill the void. With easy-to-read text and clear illustrations, How to Operate Your Home educates customers and builds your business.

“I really love the books. No argument from me—all of the books are way better than the competition. They aren’t even in the ballpark.”

Word of Mouth Marketing

Word-of-Mouth Marketing - How to Operate Your Home

92% of consumers believe recommendations from friends and family, over all forms of advertising. 65% of emails are ignored. Your digital report is critical, but how will customer remember you? In a world of crowded digital resources, use word of mouth marketing products and give your customers something tangible.

Every Business Needs Great Content

If you’re struggling to come up with new and fresh content ideas, don’t panic—we have the content. Your audience is a valuable resource when it comes to finding quality content. Relevant content keeps your audience engaged and informed. Content is so important to your business, it is the bottom line.

About the Author - Tom Feiza, “Mr. Fix-It”

For over 30 years, Tom Feiza hosted “The Mr. Fix-It Show”—a live radio call-in show on AM620 WTMJ on Saturdays from 8-9 am. The “Fix-It” program is Milwaukee’s top-rated Saturday show, with more than 45,000 listeners each hour. Tom gave practical advice while responding to callers’ questions on home repair and related projects.

Tom has been published in more than 80 newspapers, with total circulation reaching over 500,000 homes. He also writes feature stories. In addition to radio and print, Tom has hosted several weekly television shows focusing on home improvements and repairs. Tom routinely appears on video talk and news shows with his Mr. Fix-It tips. He was also featured in a nationally distributed “how-to” video series.

Tom also presents short seminars and keynotes on home improvement. He has appeared as a featured speaker at home shows and presentations to professional groups, entertaining the audience with just the right blend of information and humor.

Professional Background and Education

Tom has held multiple engineering and management positions in facilities management, equipment repair, customer service, and construction. He consults in the area of home remodeling and construction, and he performs home inspections.

Degrees and Continuing Education:

  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - Marquette University
  • Graduate course work in engineering management, business
  • Registered professional engineer in the state of Wisconsin

Attended Training Courses:

  • Cabinetmaking
  • Furniture construction and refinishing
  • Stained glass
  • Home inspection
  • Moisture problems
  • Indoor air quality
  • Energy conservation
  • Structural, mechanical, and electrical design
  • Refrigeration; drafting; deck building
  • Numerous home improvement areas