The Link Agency Reports Three Month Spike in Small Business Spending On Trend with Wall Street Journal Report Showing Owners Optimistic and Hiring

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Up to 73% of Business Owners Are Spending More, Planning to Hire and Predict Higher Revenues for 2013 Per A Wall Street Journal Study And Other Economic Indicators

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Ana Cabrera, Director of Marketing & Communications The Link Agency

“Small just might be the new black when it comes to business these days,” said Ana Cabrera, Director of Marketing & Communications for The Link Agency.

Small business owners are bullish on themselves and their enterprises, according to a new Wall Street Journal survey published this week showing a surge in optimism by small business owners during July and August.

“Small just might be the new black when it comes to business these days,” said Ana Cabrera, Director of Marketing & Communications for The Link Agency. “Small businesses have learned to make every action count and it’s working for them, it’s working for us! Confidence breeds confidence, and the numbers show these businesses are going for broke in a good way.”

Just in time for Labor Day, business owners surveyed by WSJ showed 73% of owners expecting higher revenues next year and 54% saying profitability will also improve. Most say they are also hiring in the next 12 months.

Cabrera says The Link Agency has a long history of working with smaller businesses, and many have turned up the heat in the last three months. “They are definitely in spending mode. We are creating PR campaigns for clients and building websites to sell their products. People are again feeling the entrepreneurial spirit, the reasons they opened a business originally. It’s what this country was built on!”

For more details: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324324404579041190924103368.html

About The Link Agency:
The Link Agency, Inc., is a national advertising and marketing communications firm, located in Rhode Island and offering scalable marketing solutions to help businesses and non-profits grow.

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