Our Top 10 Blog Posts of 2018

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This year at Puls has been one for the books. We’ve grown in many ways throughout 2018, adding thousands of new markets, services and technicians nationwide. Check out our 2018 year in review for a recap of all the exciting things that happened this year at Puls.

Our blog, The Beat, grew significantly as well, with over 145K views this year.

Reflect on past year with us, and take a look at our top 10 blog posts of 2018.


10) iPhone 7 Troubleshooting: Common Problems & Their Easy Fixes

9) Target’s Best Black Friday & Cyber Monday TV Deals 2018

8) What’s the Best Way to Fix a Broken Cell Phone? Our Insights

7) When and How to Quickly Reset Your iPhone 7/7 Plus

6) Mounting TV to Drywall: 6 Reasons to Mount Your TV ASAP

5) Common iPhone 8 Problems & Solutions to Fix Them Now

4) Audio IC: What You Need to Know About iPhone 7 Loop Disease

3) 5 Major Mistakes People Make When Mounting their TV

2) Mounting a TV on Brick Fireplaces: The Do's & Don'ts

1) iPhone 8 Back Glass Repair: Find Out What Your Options Are


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Natalie H.
Natalie Hoke is a writer and content manager at Puls. She is passionate about discovering the latest trends in home technology and using humor to tell a great story. In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering, travel, cooking (and eating) vegetarian food, and performing stand-up comedy.
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