Small Businesses can Beat the Credit Crunch
A new website is helping traditional small businesses get a presence on the internet so that they can increase business and beat the credit crunch. Out of the box thinking by many businesses is helping to increase sales and profits.
Most small business owners believe that today’s governments are not doing enough to help small businesses, so they need to take action themselves, decisive action, they need to use every means at their disposal to find new customers and market their products to those customers.
The Internet provides the vehicle needed to get products and services to market, but most small business owners are trying to survive, and are to busy bogged down in their daily routine to learn how to build an online presence.
http://www.smallbusiness101.co.uk was setup by serial entrepreneur John Pawlett to help small businesses, it offers a ton of resources for those who wish to have a presence on the Internet, from free marketing and technical guides, to a forum and a blog where help is on hand to create online successes from traditional ‘mum and pop’ businesses.
As Rosemarie Rossetti once said “Adversity precedes growth”, small businesses can not only survive but also prosper through this recession by coming up with new and inventive strategies to gain greater market share, like a plumber offering the facility through a website for cheaper rates during quite periods or a restaurant selling their recipes online to their customer base. There are hundreds of ways to add value to your business and increase profits through having your own website, you only have to get a little inventive.
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