Small Business Saturday
An online presence is crucial to driving efficiency, loyalty and new customer acquisition in today's consumer climate. With the holidays upon us, here's what small business owners should do to prepare.
There has never been a more crucial Small Business Saturday than this year's.
The SBA offers a handy guide for shoppers and business owners to take advantage of Small Business Saturday.
It's not too late to make this Small Business Saturday a success for your business.
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Small Business Saturday will be the busiest day of the year for many independent businesses, with millions of shoppers expected to participate in the nationwide occasion on November 25. But that doesn't necessarily mean that they're all buying.
There are several ways small businesses can better position themselves to compete in the local market.
Buying from small businesses strengthens the backbone of the economy.
Customers think warmly of small businesses in principle but it's price, service and quality that decides where they buy.
Hosting a special event, updating your website and shooting out those hashtags are just a few marketing tools to use during the small business event of the season.
The time is now to beef up your presence online and otherwise for this popular annual retail event for the little guys.
Harness these six methods to secure new customers for the long haul.