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Small Business Opportunities magazine launches redesigned website!

[ 4 ] Mar. 21, 2011 | SBO Editor

Small Business Opportunities magazine launches redesigned website, www.sbomag.com with resource material & bonuses to help entrepreneurs navigate & jumpstart their dream biz, while offering even more new outlets for advertisers.

New York, NY: March 22 2011: The leading national newsstand publication on entrepreneurship, Small Business Opportunities, launched a newly designed website today, announced the Associate Publisher Arlene Jaffee.

“We have had an online presence since 2000 to help startup entrepreneurs find resources and ideas to open their first businesses. Our web visitors, who already operate small businesses, have told us that our online how-to columns and interviews with successful business owners have helped them to fine-tune their strategies and marketing plans during these tough times,” said Jaffee.

Small Business Opportunities (SBO) and its sister publications, Start Your Own Business and Get Rich At Home have been how-to resource mainstays since 1988 with the launch of SBO.

Associate Publisher Arlene Jaffee

“Small business owners have had a tough time weathering this up-and-down economy. And, for many of the millions of Americans who lost their jobs in the past two years, there are still too few viable employment options. Interest in starting a business has never been more popular than it is right now. We wanted to revamp our site to make it even more user-friendly and content rich to assist them in the process.

“Our objective has always been to demystify entrepreneurship for our readers and our new www.sbomag.com site contains more resources, tips, links, trends, and information on franchise and business opportunities than ever before,” said Jaffee.

“The newly designed website provides our advertisers with even more opportunity to reach their target audience–consumers who are looking to purchase biz opps, as well as find information on tech products, web strategies, books, how-to manuals and turnkey packages,” added the Associate Publisher.

The site is determined to offer maximum amounts of information in minimal quick bites, with a wide variety of resources to direct visitors to organizations and companies where they can find additional information. The site is more interactive, and offers daily and weekly updates on trends, trade shows, new products and services of interest to entrepreneurs. “We will also be able to incorporate stories and features to reach our rapidly expanding global audience,” said Jaffee.

Visitors who sign up for the SBO newsletter can win free current bestselling business books to be awarded on a weekly basis. The magazine is also tweeting @sbomag on twitter and you can ‘Like’ SBO on facebook at smallbusinessopportunities.

“More than ever, small business is still the backbone of our economy. We are honored to be a part of the process,” said Jaffee.

Small Business Opportunities, Start Your Own Business, and Get Rich At Home are published by Harris Publications, Inc. 1115 Broadway, New York, NY 10010. The consumer magazines are national in the United States, Canada and Australia and are also sold in 40 countries via English-language bookstores and on newsstands in major hotels and airports.

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  • Small Business Owner

    I have been reading SBO for years… Now with this new website I’ll always have you right at my finger tips…
    Thank you SBO and Congrats on the new site…

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    I really enjoy your new site. It has a very nice feel to it. Keep up the good work. Also, let me know the new rates to advertise on sbomag.com

  • Mike

    SBO Magazine should release a marketers swipe file of all the Full Page ads people have ran in your magazine over the years. That would be valuable and I’d pay $1,000 for a copy of that swipe file. Send me an email if you decide to do that…