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Are your customers ready to shop small on Small Business Saturday?
Business 2 Community
Founded by American Express in 2010, the day serves as a reminder for consumers to shop at locally owned establishments. Because who wouldn't want to support their favorite bakeries, boutiques, and restaurants to ensure they can provide to the community for years to come? For small business owners, that support is vital to success. What patrons don't often see when browsing the aisles of a store, however, are the innate challenges that often come with the territory of owning a storefront.
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15 free online learning sites every entrepreneur should visit
Entrepreneur
Being a successful entrepreneur means you have to wear a lot of hats, especially when your company is just starting out and you don't have enough employees to cover all the areas you need. Learning the new skills necessary to start a new business can be expensive, but fortunately the initiative for free, high-quality, educational resources online has only continued to grow in the past few years.
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Small Business Saturday spike big for local economies
WEWS-TV
Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday are going to start feeling left out. Small Business Saturday has joined Black Friday, Thanksgiving and Cyber Monday as a key day on shoppers' calendars. Small Business Saturday began five years ago when American Express started the day to help small businesses fighting through the Great Recession to get more customers.
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How to grow your LinkedIn network in your target market
Business 2 Community
Your LinkedIn experience improves the more LinkedIn connections you have. You'll show up more and rank higher in LinkedIn people search results. You'll also be more likely to show up as a suggested connection on other members' LinkedIn home pages. And of course, you'll also enjoy the benefit of the actual connections.
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Small Business Saturday: How to collaborate with other local businesses
Business 2 Community
Small Business Saturday is right around the corner. Is your business getting involved? There are lots of ways you can get in on the shop small movement, and we're sharing a Small Business Saturday tip each week to help your business get involved.
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Taking advantage of the speed of today's business world
By Randall Craig
The world is changing. It's getting smaller. Ironically, the smaller it gets, the more choice there seems to be. Entire industries are being collapsed: The music industry, the book publishing industry, and the newspaper industry are just a few that are in complete disarray. And downstream from these are the retailers — When was the last time you went into a record store or book store? While this collapse might suggest less choice, a simple Internet search shows a vast number of places to purchase — or download — the product.
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Listening to your body clock can make you more productive and improve your well-being
Co.Exist
From an early age, we're taught that getting up early is good for us. Sayings like The early bird catches the worm and Early to bed and early to rise makes and man healthy, wealthy and wise are part of the culture and have a certain moralizing force. People who go to bed early and get up early are upstanding and productive. People who go to bed later and wake up later are degenerate and lazy.
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