Be Part of National Small Business Week

Since 1963, the president of the United States has proclaimed National Small Business Week as a way to recognize the many contributions that small business contributes to our economy.  This year, the week for this special recognition is May 16 -20.

Why should we all celebrate National Small Business Week?

First, and most importantly is the fact that more than 50% of the American workforce either owns or works for one of the approximately 27.2 small businesses in this country. Small businesses also create 60-80 percent of the new jobs in this country.

There are three ways you can improve your business by taking part in celebrating Small Business Week with the founder of Duct Tape Marketing, John Jantsch.

1) Chance to win an iPad2 every day this week – Match the five guest blog posts with each guest author for a chance to win Five new posts and a new chance to win each day this week
Details here http://ducttape.me/smbizipad

2)  Attend a FREE online marketing seminar – On Wednesday, May 18th, at 1:00 pm ET, John Jantsch will host a free online seminar on How To Create a Marketing System for Consistent and Predictable Results – Here’s the link to register – https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/770874945

3)  Receive a FREE Business Evaluation – In addition, every business owner can receive, absolutely free, a Signature Brand Audit. This is a free business 30-minute evaluation of your business, which will include valuable tips for ways for you to improve your business.  Please follow the link below, choose Joe Costantino in the drop down menu.

http://ducttapemarketingconsultant.com/free-30-minute-marketing-evaluation/

Take action today, visit one or all the links above to get involved with National Small Business Week.  You may be surprised at the tools offered that can help you improve your small business.

Thank you for reading,

Here’s to the success of marketing your small business,

Joe


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