Blog Category:Small Business Tips

February 21, 2020

Marketing Minute Series: Does Your Website Showcase Your Expertise?

Check out the first of many “Marketing Minutes” to come—videos that will share tips and tricks for small business owners, featuring highlights and never-before-seen footage from each season of the Small Business Revolution. 

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May 24, 2019

Three Tips for Social Media Success

Social media has become a normal part of our everyday lives. It feels like everyone, young and old, is on social, finding new recipes from that influencer on Instagram or posting photos of their child on Facebook because their mom said their grandma and aunts want to see more. If both of my grandmothers, who are in their 80s, are on Facebook and social media channels, shouldn’t small businesses as well?

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May 3, 2019

Shop Local, Support Small Business

Shop local. No, it doesn’t mean frequenting your local big box chain or mall to buy gifts for friends or family. When I think of shopping local, it means frequenting the gift store at the end of my block, or the independent coffee shop, and family-run restaurant.

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April 29, 2019

Networking Yields Big Benefits to Small Businesses

Building your network and keeping those connections intact is integral to today’s business climate. And it is important for small businesses as well. Through networking, small business owners can not only find other like-minded people to connect with, but they can also leverage contacts to turn to for advice and mentorships.

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April 15, 2019

Small Business Owners Offer Advice to Their Peers

What advice would you give to other small business owners? We asked that question as we traveled across the country in January, to the Top 10 towns as part of Season 4 of Small Business Revolution – Main Street.

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April 13, 2019

Small Business Tips: Don’t lose your customers when you move

The sign in the window says your business has moved, but Google Maps is still sending your potential customers to your old location. More than once in the past few years a small business owner has told me they lost customers when they moved locations, and oftentimes it was because the internet didn’t get the news.

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