You can grow a business quickly or slowly. Quick usually means going for funding. Slow growth takes place from within--by reaching out to new groups of customers.

Many of us raise a few veggies that end up on our tables. Fresh foods are tasty and healthy. Plus, you get the fun of growing your own.

Technology moves at remarkable speed. And it invades every business sector. Yours included.

 Facebook is the busiest destination for small businesses to get the word out in the world of the Internet--and passed around. There are others. Many businesses get good results using Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and others. 

Your marketplace is always changing. Sometimes, the marketplace can throw a gift in your direction. If you are alert, you'll consider whether or not it's right for you. If it fits, grab it and run with it.

 You take a zillion pictures with your new technological marvels. But how many times have you used your pictures to promote your business?

For years, the word went out. The impending death of small stores was a favorite topic in the media. As usual, they were wrong.

 Getting started -- Talk with another, non-competing, business owner. Set up an open house at your place or at the other business. Both businesses invite current customers/clients with phone calls, emails, Facebook announcements, Twitter tweets, maybe even a news release. Get the word out to as many people as you can. 

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Fort Smith, AR 72901
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BSavvy Magazine

Colleen Perry

  (479) 653-1221

Colleen@bsavvymagazine.com