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Friday Small Business Roundup: Marketing Tips and More

Check out this week’s Friday Small Business Roundup for tips and ideas to help grow your business.

Keeping your small business on top of search results is a never-ending challenge. Get the latest tips in Monika Jansen’s 3 Easy Ways to Improve Your Search Rankings.

Seems there’s no end in sight to mobile devices’ popularity. Learn the latest twist in how consumers are using mobile devices in Rieva Lesonsky’s post Americans Keep Going Mobile.

Do your customers really care if your products are environmentally friendly? Well, that depends. Read Rieva Lesonsky’s post Do Consumers Care About Buying Green? to learn more.

Are you trying to market to baby boomers and Millenials the same way? Big mistake. Read Rieva Lesonsky’s How to Market to Different Generations to learn what tactics work for each age group.

Make your blog more than just a marketing tool. Monika Jansen shares 5 Ways to Build Thought Leadership With Your Blog.

If you’re looking for financing for your small business, you’ll want to know about two Bills That Would Make It Easier for Credit Unions to Lend to Small Businesses. Read Karen Axelton’s post for more.

Another financing option, The SBA’s Temporary SBA 504 Loan Program, Provides Working Capital for Small Businesses. Read Maria Valdez Haubrich’s post to learn more.

Want to get more followers on your social media channels? Check out Monika Jansen’s post Yesmail Study Uncovers How to Drive Engagement on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Rieva Lesonsky

Rieva Lesonsky

Rieva Lesonsky is CEO of GrowBiz Media, a media and custom content company focusing on small business and entrepreneurship. Email Rieva at, follow her on Google+ and, and visit her website,, to get the scoop on business trends and sign up for Rieva’s free TrendCast reports.
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  1. The idea of mobile ads is something that will continue to grow throughout the years. It’s always great to have a mobile site just to cater to people that are on the go.

  2. I couldn’t agree more, John. Mobile use is growing exponentially, and the faster small business owners address that fact, the better their businesses will be.

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