StartupNation blog honored by MarketingSherpa

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The votes are in, and StartupNation has been deemed honorable by the readers of MarketingSherpa. We are honored to have been selected as one of 5 blogs to receive a special honorable mention designation.

This is pretty cool. We’ve only been blogging for a little over a year and the winner in the category of ‘Blogs on small business marketing’ has been at it for over 3 years. We’re darned proud!

And we’re especially grateful to the StartupNation community who turned out in great numbers and gave us such “unusually high Excellent ratings” that MarketingSherpa honored us with a special “shout out”.

We’re even more motivated than ever to continue to provide you with the inspiration to empower you to start and grow your dream business.

Start it up!

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