Teaming Up With Small Business Advocates In Your Community

Small Business Advocates We’ve been growing fast this last year. More importantly, as we’ve continued to grow, our clients continue to grow as well. However, we’ve never been complacent, and we’re definitely not satisfied with our small victories. We’re not unhappy with our progress; it has been overwhelming how fast things have advanced, and we’re[…]

Seven Awesome Small Business Marketing Tools

Small business owners understand the terms “being stretched thin” and overworked. That’s why it’s essential for small business owners to have the right tools in place to help them work more efficiently. The term “work smarter, not harder” couldn’t hold more weight and be more relatable to someone trying to run a full time business.[…]

Misconceptions About Marketing

Marketing isn’t impossible, although we admit, at times, it can feel overwhelming and daunting. There are a few misconceptions about marketing that we would like to clear up. Marketing Is Cheap The first misconception is that marketing is cheap. This is far from the truth. Marketing is by far an investment for any business. And[…]

Stop Hiring Sign-Flippers

If you’re a business that hires sign flippers – and especially if you are a sign-flipper – I apologize in advance. The sign-flipper phenomenon has somehow stuck as a reliable method of marketing a business, and it has almost become part of a sub-culture with guys and girls showing traffic their talent for flipping signs[…]

Five Reasons Small Businesses Fear Marketing

“The man who stops advertising to save money is the man who stops the clock to save time.” – Unknown The fear of “marketing gone wrong” is a very real concern in today’s world – especially for small to mid-sized business owners across the country who have little budget to risk, but have a big[…]

Stop Selling to Clients

Stop getting clients? This would be the beginning of the end, wouldn’t it? Ironically, no. Sometimes it’s the knee-jerk reactions that need to be observed and dissected; however, it’s difficult to notice these reactions because they’re the reactions we don’t notice. Knee-jerk reactions are self-explanatory; they’re automatic, so we aren’t aware. The fact we don’t[…]

Small Business: The Spirit of Our Economy Entrepreneurship: The Fuel

Starting is the key to everything. Starting can take the form of an idea, a journal, a purchase, showing up to an invite, or simply getting out of the house, or even the bed for those who’re seriously lacking drive. Regardless of the form the start takes, the start generates the needed initial momentum, and[…]