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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22
Jul

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3 Ways to Share Local and Make Your Business Stronger

Local businesses are stronger together than alone. Your competitive advantage is derived from the local and industry knowledge you possess along with the market power (resources that enable you to attract and retain customers) built. As you forge relationships with other local businesses, you all grow stronger by gaining access to the collective knowledge and power of each other.

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10
Jul

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Do Customers Really Care That Your Business Is Locally Owned?

The surge in buy local interest suggests that consumers have learned what it means to buy local and appreciate the benefits. Surely, these consumers are being reached by local businesses in a much larger way.

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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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