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Small Business Marketing Resources:

The following is a list of websites small business marketing resources on the web that will help small business owners with their marketing and branding.

Hubspot – www.hubspot.com

  • HubSpot helps you get found online by more qualified visitors.
  • HubSpot shows you how to convert more visitors into leads.
  • HubSpot gives you tools to close those leads efficiently.

Canva – www.canva.com

Canva is a design service that takes the friction out of designing. All you have to do is choose one of 11 available templates or start from a custom-sized blank canvas. You then use the Layouts and Background tabs to get a rough idea of what you want to design. These tabs are chock-full of options to choose from, whether you want a complete template or just a nice background to build on.

Guerrilla Marketing – www.gmarketing.com

Guerrilla Marketing has become a landmark book in 62 languages for one simple reason: it works like no other marketing: to maximize your profits and minimize your investment. Small and large businesses alike have applied the principles of Guerrilla Marketing because of their simplicity, common sense, and record of being proven in action. One of the main reasons that businesses fail is lack of marketing insight. Guerrilla Marketing provides that insight. With 20 million copies of Guerrilla Marketing books sold worldwide, and the many university MBA programs offering Guerrilla Marketing, this is now far beyond an opinion. Guerrilla Marketing is the best-known marketing brand in history.

Yoast SEO – www.yoast.com

The Yoast SEO plugin is the best plugin on the market for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). We highly recommend for all businesses that have a WordPress website and are looking to be found on the web.Yoast makes websites more usable, easier to navigate, faster and more reliable.

Small Business Association – www.sba.gov

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation. We recognize that small business is critical to our economic recovery and strength, to building America’s future, and to helping the United States compete in today’s global marketplace. Although SBA has grown and evolved in the years since it was established in 1953, the bottom line mission remains the same. The SBA helps Americans start, build and grow businesses. Through an extensive network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations, SBA delivers its services to people throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the U. S. Virgin Islands and Guam.

Website Magazine – www.websitemagazine.com

Website Magazine is the one magazine to focus exclusively on the business of running a website: tips for successful websites, solutions for enhancing website traffic, the latest Internet industry trends and statistics, as well as news analysis on the Internet industry.

Website Grader: www.websitegrader.com

Get Your Business Online: www.gybo.com

This is a great resource for registering your business on Google and making sure your Google business is accurate.  There are also tutorial videos that can help a business navigate the ins and outs of all the resources Google offers small businesses including a free business listing, marketing tips, and ways to test your current website for site speed.

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Bluegrass Web Works – www.bluegrasswebworks.com

Bluegrass IT Services provides Professional Technology Management and Support Services to home office, small and mid-sized businesses. They are dedicated to ensuring the success of their clients by delivering appropriate and cost effective technology solutions. Their services are designed to help the small business owner grow, manage, and protect the businesses they’ve worked so hard to build.

  • Acquire, deploy and manage all your technology assets.
  • Implement technology using industry standard best practices.
  • Ensure you have a secure, reliable and scalable environment.
  • Utilize turnkey solutions to maximize your technology ROI.
  • They are a single point of contact for all your technology services.
  • Build and manage an attractive and productive online presence.