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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:

This is True®

by Randy Cassingham

Stories from Our Archives ©1994-2017

I’ll Take It
A car dealer in South Ogden, Utah, thought a sale was assured when a customer asked to take the used car he test-drove to his bank to get the money to buy it. A dealership employee went with him to the bank, but waited outside and was outside the car when the man came out, jumped into the car, and roared off — he had just robbed the bank. Despite the car’s distinctiveness — it had dealer plates and a large “$1,895” painted on the windshield — the suspect drove all the way to Nevada before being spotted by police. Zachary Hayden, 31, was found with a bag of money. He was charged with bank robbery and car theft. (Ogden Standard-Examiner) ...And driving with an obscured windshield.
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