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Why Financial Content Marketing is a Good Investment

Why Financial Content Marketing is a Good Investment

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February flew by and the hype of your Valentine’s Day marketing campaign is over, along with your peak in sales. As March begins, a quieter month may be on the horizon. How do you keep up the momentum of your supplier-small business customer relationship in between the hot shopping days or seasons? One of the key ways to maintain the excitement generated by a strong marketing is through the steady (or you may even dare to say slow) process of…

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5 Last Minute Tips to Sell More Valentine's Day Chocolate

5 Last Minute Tips to Sell More Valentine’s Day Chocolate

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The last-minute rush of Valentine’s Day gift shopping is in the air, from websites offering free overnight shipping, to local shops enhancing their special displays. But what are your customers really looking for when shopping for this holiday? A recent study about Valentine’s Day chocolate sales by the NCA, National Confectioners Association tells a great deal about consumer behaviors and how you can meet your customers’ holiday shopping expectations. One of the most timely findings reveals that it’s not too…

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How Your Towing or Auto-Repair Shop Can Profit from the Polar Vortex

How Your Towing or Auto-Repair Shop Can Profit from the Polar Vortex

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Over the past few weeks as a Polar Vortex rolled across the country, America endured some of coldest, nationwide temperatures in U.S. history. While most Americans took shelter indoors, this coast-to-coast cold front heated things up for some small businesses. According to Time Business and Money, supermarkets were the first businesses to love the Polar Vortex, as shoppers began flocking to their neighborhood grocers to stock their kitchens before the storm. As temperatures continued to plummet, towing companies, auto-repair shops…

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New Year, New Financial Potential

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With Christmas and New Years behind you, the holiday season is over and 2014 is in full swing. For small businesses, the holiday season usually is incredibly busy. While your customers have enjoyed leisurely shopping for gifts, you’ve been working hard to fill their needs. But, even though you’re ready, your post-New Year’s respite hasn’t yet arrived. A new year doesn’t negate the age-old cash flow problems facing small businesses. In-store sales fell short of retailers’ expectations Small businesses usually…

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It’s the Season for Business Spending

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It’s that time of year again – when people gather for holiday parties, to see family, and of course, go shopping! For small businesses this means big sales, and with big sales come big expenses. Business all around the United States are stocking up on inventory in preparation for the winter rush and employing new, more elaborate marketing strategies to maximize on the season’s success. A Sunny Outlook for the Winter Season This year, more than years past, small businesses…

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