Google DOES rule the world. If you don’t keep up with Google’s algorithm changes related to content, you may be traveling in reverse. The freshness and quality of your content are more important than ever before. Post as often as you can and update trending topics related to your business if you want to make Google happy and ultimately obtain better search engine rankings. The most effective search engine content appeals both to readers and search engines.Read More
Topics: Small Business
Here's a lovely letter that made our day from a teacher who won in one of DollarDays' monthly Facebook contests, and has kept in touch with us ever since. In fact, Virginia Heraz, our Director of Marketing, visited the classroom in Waukegan, IL last fall! Really, this is what life is all about---caring about others and giving without expectation. Teacher Julie Ahern and her second grade students have a huge place in our hearts. Thank you to them for caring and remembering us during the holidays. From all of us at DollarDays, we wish you a happy holiday season! You make us smile!Read More
Thank you, thank you, thank you for helping DollarDays help even more families in need this holiday season. The response to help these families was tremendous. We randomly selected fifty people who entered their names. We will post the first name, city and state below so that you can anticipate getting the check in the mail. The checks were mailed in the evening of December 13.Read More
Winners for our "Help a Family in Need" contest have been selected.
All winners have been sent an email. Please check your spam filters.
And congratulations for selflessly helping a family in need have a magical holiday, thanks to your thoughtfulness.
DollarDays's heart is with small businesses. Our mission is to supply small businesses with quality goods at competitive prices so they can fulfill dreams of building their own businesses.Read More
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and started in 2010 Small Business Saturday. November and December sales represent as much as 40% of yearly retail stores sales according to the National Retail Federation. Because Thanksgiving is falling so late in the calendar, there are six fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas. This squeeze in shopping days has not happened to retailers since 2002. On top of that, you have Chanukah falling on Thanksgiving which last happened in 1888 and won't happen again during our lifetime. This leaves only 26 shopping days left to buy stuff and Chanukah in the rear view mirror, so you can't count on those sales, either. Can small businesses, who many are teetering on survival with the lackluster retail year, that saw bumps along the way like sequestration and a 16 day government shutdown, actually survive into 2014?Read More
You may just think we are the premier online wholesaler, but we do so much more than delivering small business, nonprofits and consumers the best possible margins on over 300,000 wholesale products.
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