Celebrating Small Business For National Small Business Week

Small businesses enrich their local communities by creating jobs, building economies, giving to charities and so much more.

No wonder we have a whole week dedicated to all the awesome ways small businesses improve communities all over the US.

AWeber began as a one-man operation 15 years ago and has grown to a marketing service for organizations all over the world. Our goal is to help other small businesses see their own large-scale success. Every week is small business week for us.

Share these infographics all over the place to show off how valuable your small business is to your community.

Get Support From Your Local Community

How much impact does a small business really have? Turns out, a whole lot. Local establishments give so much back to their communities, but many don’t stay open longer than 5 years.

Show everyone the vital role your small business plays and share this infographic everywhere:

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Get Marketing Savvy

Community recognition is just part of growing a successful small business. How do you get your name out there to attract more business? And how much time is this all going to take?

We surveyed over 3,000 small business owners to get the answers. See where other businesses are putting their efforts – and how little time it really takes to market with email:

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See how AWeber can help your business grow – and get started for free!

What role does your small business play in your community? And how do you help support other local establishments? Share with us in the comments!


  1. Lewis

    6/20/2013 5:44 am

    Really a nice time to celebrate small business week. Small business are now growing. You can take support from the local community for growing your business network.

  2. Randall Magwood

    6/20/2013 2:46 pm

    I participate in my local chamber of commerce, and offer internet marketing services to the small business owners there. It gives them a chance to get more customers using the internet, and it gives me the chance to build up my client list. Win-win situation for everyone. Great post.

  3. Tory

    7/18/2013 9:01 am

    Very cool infographic. Just shared on pinterest. I live in a smaller tight-knit community and we make it a point to support our local small businesses. They are always appreciated, every day of the year! đŸ™‚