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Feb

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Because True Love Can’t Be Googled

As my calendar moves forward to February, and I begin thoughts of Valentine’s Day and how to show my love the depths of my devotion, roses often come to mind. Ah, the red rose. I see them everywhere: airport kiosks, grocery store bins, gas station counters and online ads. But wait, this purchase is for someone I LOVE. I want to express the most treasured of all human emotions…this can’t be bought at the same place I purchase tooth paste or regular unleaded, can it?

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1
Aug

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Buy Local For Back to School

As the summer comes to a close, the familiar tune of the ice cream truck will be replaced by the routine hum of alarm clocks and school bells. Before the first bell rings, though, you can make a big difference in your community by shopping locally this back-to-school season.

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7 Ways to Keep Customers Coming Back to Your Small Business
4
Feb

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7 Ways to Keep Customers Coming Back to Your Small Business

You worked hard putting together a marketing plan to spread the word about your small business — to drive customers to your door. The next task is to figure out how to get them to return again and again. In some businesses, you can predict a buying pattern.

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Dealing with Negative Comments in Social Media
14
Jan

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Dealing with Negative Comments in Social Media

You’ve succeeded in getting a social media strategy in place, you’re sharing amazing, relevant content – and then WHAM! Someone posts a negative comment, and you feel like all of the wind has been let out of your sails.

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