I love it when a small business tells their story in a compelling way. Here is one terrific example.
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I recently ordered from NutsOnline.com [UPDATE: Now they’re Nuts.com] because I loved the way they presented their family history all over their website. Their fun personality shines through in every product description, in the testimonials on every single page, and in the emails they send.
Takeaway for any small town business:
Tell your unique story. It’s something no big business can compete with.
By the way, the chocolate almonds are delicious. Really, really delicious.
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