Google Chrome helped this small business in Vermont go global. What can Google Chrome do for your future?
Take Small Business to the Next Level
Since I’m from New England, normally I travel up north to Vermont a few times a year, and visiting the King Arthur Flour company store or taking their baking classes is on my bucket list. My friend from New Hampshire keeps saying she’s going to take me there one of these days.
Supporting small businesses, especially a local small business, has always been a priority of mine. Just recently I participated in Small Business Saturday on Facebook. My mother-in-law was a local small business owner of a cheese and gourmet shop back in the 70s, although the most she tried to expand her reach was to open a second brick-and-mortar store in an adjacent town.
On the internet marketplace Bonanza, I’m also a small business owner and have a boutique website where I sell and offer vintage sewing and craft patterns and other home items for families.
Like King Arthur Flour, as a small business owner I’m trying to expand my reach via social networks, gain name recognition and develop a national customer base.
To attain my goals, I recently switched to using the Google Chrome web browser as my primary internet browser. After experiencing multiple browser crashes when using Firefox, I’ve found Google Chrome to be much more reliable than any of the other browsers I’d been using.
If you’re a small business owner, make it a New Year’s resolution to let Google Chrome help take your business to the next level.
This post is sponsored by Google Chrome