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The Wells Fargo survey on small businesses in the United States was released alongside the quarterly survey done by Gallup. It showed that costs for small businesses are on the rise whereas the workforce showed a decline due to decreased hiring, stated NJBIZ. The survey was conducted on 601 small businesses and about 30% of them have stopped hiring because they suspected that they won’t be able to last the year. The news was published on the 6th of February at http://bit.ly/XeSEXw and stated that the results may be surprising for some banking experts who are well aware of the increase in funding being done for small businesses.

Small businesses looking to cut costs by cutting back on hiring would be glad to know that a guaranteed way of cutting back on marketing and advertising costs is by making effective use of websites and the web in general, stated XSM. Websites provide small business owners a much larger audience than they would have imagined. These owners can display their products and services in a whole new light to the nation or even to the world. Not only will this bring in greater visibility, but might also boost sales because of higher brand awareness. Other than that, websites are highly easy to maintain and operate at zero cost. They can also be used to make additional income if ads are used effectively and if SEO integration can guarantee high traffic on the website.


XSM is the leading company in the field of web development and design and is well known for its customizable packages. Each and every feature for the website can be handpicked by the client who will only have to pay for exactly what they are getting. Other services like Business Coaching and Link Building are also offered. XSM can be followed on Facebook for news updates and notifications at https://www.facebook.com/xsmmarketing. 

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