A few weeks ago I stumbled across a site that I had not seen before. I was surprised that I had not seen it before… the content, the categories… all small business all the time; I spent a little time on the home page, the content… good. Fetched one or two and moved onto the ‘recently submitted’ page. Hello? I called again, HELLLLOOO Is anyone there? Oh, the disappointment! …not with the site or content but with the obvious lack of interest. A sea of articles, some very good… all with a single fetch. Where were the local searcherati?
A fetch is the social-media equivalent of the digg, thumbs up or sphinn. And the site to which I refer is Small Business Brief: a digg style style site focused on small business.
If you are reading this… you are probably interested in things that effect small business, local search and it is likely you run a small business. Let me give you a small sample of the type of content you’ll find there:
The Wall Street Journall asking, Should you sue for bad reviews?
Dazzlin’ Donna on Incredibly easy ways to use Flickr Photos legally along with a simple explanation of the creative commons license.
I found these articles within a single click of the home page in 2 minutes!
The only thing keeping this site from being awesome is your absence… please, stop by and check it out.
I plan on spending more time there… hope to see you.
Claimer: I have no affiliation with Small Business Brief. I don’t know, haven’t spoken with, haven’t leered at, glanced at, or in any way communicated with anyone associated with Small Business Brief. (this didn’t seem like a disclaimer, so I called it a claimer, is that ok? )