Did you know that more than half of Americans either own or work for a small business, and they create about two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year? Did you also know that Monday, June 17, kicks off National Small Business Week in the US? To mark the occasion, check out these examples of exactly how business owners have used inbound marketing to meet some of their business goals…

    IDR Solutions was founded in 1999 as a company that produced extraction software for newspapers. Today, they specialize in PDF and HTML5 solutions as well as a Java PDF Reader. By implementing an inbound marketing program, IDR Solutions could increase visits to their website. In the past three years, the overall visits to their website have increased by 125%.

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    If you can't bear weight and can't bear crutches, Goodbye Crutches is your resource. As the nation's largest distributor of crutch alternatives, they rent and sell solutions to people recovering from injury or surgery. By adhering to blogging best practices, they were able to turn three team members who had never blogged into content creation machines.

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    Unger & Kowitt is a law firm in South Florida that helps people fight their traffic tickets. Since their founding in 1995, they have helped hundreds of thousands of people with over one million tickets. With no dedicated marketers, they have still been able to drive visits to their website through social media channels. Visits to their website due to social media have increased by 100% in the past year.

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