NSBA Social Media Posts

February 25, 2020

NSBA is active on social media, and we’d like to interact with you. If you’re not already part of the discussion, join us by clicking on the icons below. We also have a wide array of social media posts already drafted for you to personalize and use – simply scroll down and copy/past whichever message you’d like to use. They are organized by general small-business posts and by issue-specific topic.

About NSBA Social Media Posts

Proud to be part of the nation’s first #SmallBiz advocacy organization – nearly 100 years of great, nonpartisan work in D.C. on our behalf. Thanks @NSBAAdvocate!

#SmallBiz needs a voice – tough to compete against global corporations, but @NSBAAdvocate is doing great work getting our concerns heard by policymakers in D.C.

Who speaks for #SmallBiz? We do. @NSBAAdvocate has served as a staunchly nonpartisan voice for small businesses like mine for nearly 100 years.

Issue Posts

Work isn’t finished on tax reform that truly helps #SmallBiz – parity, simplicity and predictability are desperately needed @NSBAAdvocate

1-in-4 #SmallBiz owners can’t get the financing they need to run and grow their business @NSBAAdvocate

Economic uncertainty continues to be the number one concern #SmallBiz face when it comes to the growth and survival of their firms @NSBAAdvocate

Health care costs are a major concern for #SmallBiz owners, and has been among the top 3 challenges the face for more than two decades @NSBAAdvocate

Trade agreements help #SmallBiz: the top challenges facing small exporters is getting paid and regulatory complexity in exporting @NSBAAdvocate

1-in-4 #SmallBiz owners spends more than 10 hours per month on federal regulatory compliance @NSBAAdvocate

The number one challenge #SmallBiz owners face in their use of technology: taking appropriate security precautions. The average cost associated with a cyber-attack—not including stolen money—is $5,120.00 @NSBAAdvocate

Small Business Politics Posts

93% of #SmallBiz owners vote regularly in national contests, compared to a meager 58 percent voter turnout for the 2016 elections @NSBAAdvocate

While slightly more small-business owners identify as Republican than Democratic (38 percent to 28 percent), they are overwhelmingly independent. The majority—77 percent—say they don’t vote a straight party ticket. @NSBAAdvocate

When asked which party best represents them as an individual, more #SmallBiz owners responded with “neither party,” than with Republican or Democratic. @NSBAAdvocate