If you’ve been looking for an online small business community that’s set apart from all the rest, maybe you’ve found a new home. Below some helpful contributors explain how they found the BizSugar community and how important it is to their daily professional lives. We’re thankful for their thoughts:
“I found out about Biz Sugar by clicking on a random article about entrepreneurship. I was extremely excited to find a community where everyone loves business as much as I do as well as a place where I can share my ideas and articles.” —David Siteman Garland, The Rise To The Top
“I found out about BizSugar from my peers and I love the fact that other members can vote for my articles, as well as the feature that I can vote for others too. One thing I like in particular is that I can check out recently submitted articles and find out what is new.” —Alen Majer, The Science and Art of Selling
“As a Top Sales Expert and an active social media networker I noticed a group of sales professionals submitting articles to BizSugar and decided to check it out. This is how I found a vibrant community of people with similar interests. BizSugar rapidly became both my favorite place to network with peers and the first place I turned to for interesting articles.” —Cindy King, International Sales Expert
“I found out about BizSugar from a fellow business consultant. I had been spending quite a bit of time on Digg, but was frustrated that excellent business articles got buried by articles about technology, celebrities, and pop culture that were getting bazillions of Diggs. On BizSugar, I can read excellent business material and can submit my own articles to a community that’s interested in what I have to say. What’s better than that?”–Skip Anderson, Selling To Consumers Sales Training Blog
“I found BizSugar from the Small Business Trends website. I enjoy reading content about entrepreneurship and small to medium-sized business and BizSugar is a great resource for this content.” —Ken Kaufman, CFO Wise
“I first heard about BizSugar from one of today’s leading authorities on all that is small business, Anita Campbell of Small Business Trends. I’ve been a contributor of BizSugar for some time now and I think it’s a fantastic resource for all kinds of news, features and updates in the small business world. I love how easy it is to post your own information, and since people are able to vote on what they like best by “sweeting” something, I’m able to quickly see what’s popular in any given topic.” —John Sternal, Sternal Consulting
If you’d like to become part of a vibrant and growing small business community on the social Web, we invite you to join us today.