Connect with NSBA for Small Business Week

May 15, 2012

National Small Business Week only comes around once a year, and this year, NSBA is urging its members and small-businesses across the country to get connected and get involved. As a sponsor of National Small Business Week and various events throughout the week, NSBA understands how critically important it is for small-business owners to have a voice.

While not all small-business owners can afford, financially or time-wise, a trip to Washington, D.C., NSBA is offering small businesses several easy ways to get connected and stay involved through joining our Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn pages, or using NSBA’s Action Alert system.

NSBA has developed an on-line Action Center where, in less than five-minutes, small-business owners can personalize and send a letter to their elected officials or simply look up their phone numbers and make a call. It was this kind of grass-roots activity that resulted in repeal of the onerous, expanded 1099 reporting provision.

Being a small-business advocate can come in many different forms – it can take as much or as little time as one has. NSBA has worked to make it as easy as possible to stay connected and engaged through various resources on the NSBA.biz Action Center.

By utilizing social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, small businesses can be connected with NSBA and get the most up-to-date information and tips on key small-business issues.

If you’re not yet part of the growing social media movement, click here to listen to a recent podcast from NSBA which provides detailed information on the benefits of social media and how to maximize your online presence.

Please click here to join NSBA on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.