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When your business is a member of a community, it's a good idea to put links to that community on your website.

"Communities" could include your neighborhood, your city, your region or your state.

"Communities" could also include your industry, your suppliers, or your customers.

If trade associations, professional associations, or other groups are important to your enterprise, link to them.

It's about being "A Team Player" and "Working Well With Others." Both concepts are strong selling points for you.

Some communities offer free content to share:

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by Randy Cassingham

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Society Shoulders the Burden
Dr. George Chryssides, a lecturer at England’s Wolverhampton University, dropped 270 magazines for members of British Society for the Study of Religions into a campus mailbox. Postman Alan Pugh, who later emptied the box, says the weight of all that mail caused him to pull a muscle in his shoulder. He is therefore suing Chryssides, claiming the postal patron was “negligent in failing to appreciate the risk” to him by posting 50 lbs of mail in one box. Chryssides says he will fight the suit. (London Telegraph) ...Hundreds of thousands of Brits back Chryssides, but they’re afraid to send letters of support for fear of being added to the list of defendants.
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