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Facebook Advertising: How $1 a Day Can Grow Your Client Base

Gone are the days when "advertising" was done exclusively by big wigs in skyscrapers who were getting paid millions of dollars to pick out fonts and colors. Today, with social media, we are all advertisers. Anytime we post, we advertise something. Whether it's advertising an idea that we want people to believe about our lives,… Continue reading Facebook Advertising: How $1 a Day Can Grow Your Client Base

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The Lesson That Grew My Small Business Beyond Expectation

Do you remember the butterflies in your stomach? Those quiet evenings when you began to dream, can you still picture them? That dream that you dreamed, you were beginning to believe it might just be attainable, that you might have talent, afterall. And it was time to begin. For me, it was photography.

Small Business Spotlight

Small Business Spotlight: Squeak-IN-Style-BOW-tique

I'm Melissa. I run a small business out of our home in Salem called Squeak-IN Style BOW-tique. What is now my business started four years ago as just a hobby. I was pregnant with our first child and was told by a friend that I had to get M'kenzie squeaky shoes. After ordering some online and showing them to my other Mom friends, we started collecting them for our children.

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Small Business Spotlight: Michele Quesenberry

Hi, I am Michele Quesenberry, a Gold Wellness Advocate with doTerra essential oils. I am a wife, mother, and former public school teacher. I first began using essential oils when my friend, and fellow teacher, shared them with me one stressful day in May, 2014. As soon as I used the first oil, I had immediate results.

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4 Simple Keys to an Effective Website

I know what you're thinking, because I've had the same thought before: "If most of my business traffic comes through my Facebook page, then why do I need to worry about having a website?"  The short answers? Having a website makes your easier to find online It gives you more freedom about what can be posted and where And frankly having a website communicates to your audience that you take your business seriously, which will make you look more professional, which will add to your credibility, which will generate more leads.