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How to Engage and be Engaged as a Community Member
Small Business Owner
How to Engage and be Engaged as a Business Owner
What PEOPLE are saying
I was sad when Lisa told me she was shutting down her firm and moving. She got my business online about ten years ago. Then, after her notorious pauses, she finished her sentence and was joining a new company. PHEW! They moved me over to WordPress last year and the experience with MSM was excellent.
Teaches the Tools
Lisa's my go-to tech person. We worked together in Los Angeles before we both started our own businesses. She created my first website, moved me over to WordPress a few year ago, and has helped me learn the tools that I need to run my business online.
My web developer became unavailable just before we were about to launch my website. Lisa helped me complete the website, then guided me to create the content I needed to make it better. MSM managed it until I retired.
Moved from Pre-Fab Website Builder to WordPress
My friend William recommended Lisa to me many years ago. My website was on one of those website builders. I did something wrong and it messed up to a point that even with their tech support it couldn't fix it. Lisa recreated my website. It looks exactly like it did before. I am amazed by her technical skill.
Ways we are HELPING our local community
CAROLINA-PIEDMONT MARKETING & ADVERTISING
Our marketing and advertising services start as low as $1.42 per month.
Everything we do is geared towards promoting small busInesses within our community.
No matter your budget, we have a way for you to start reaching our Carolina-Piedmont (#CPLocal) audience.
The Mill Magazine (Print)
The Mill Magazine (Digital)
The Mill Magazine (Online)
Certifying Local Business
What does GROW DEEP mean?
We need to buy and support locally. But, most of all we need to source locally. That is the ultimate goal of the Local Exchange. We want our community to work together and forge local business alliances. When you source locally, even more of the money we earn stays in our small towns...
...generating a natural sustainability!
VIDEO: Author of Local Dollars, Local Sense
How to Shift Your Money from Wall Street to Main Street
Lisa started coding websites the same year she gained access to the Internet. Her passion for helping small businesses succeed has driven her choices in the past several years. Lisa travels to experience what "localism" means around the world. In her free time, she works on her book Homelessly Home about her travel experiences.
Tracey began her design career styling homes for sale. She began Fort Mill Magazine to showcase the small town that became her home. As the magazine grew, her passion to help preserve small communities and Main Streets also blossomed. The magazine was re-branded The Mill Magazine to inspire vibrant and prosperous communities across the United States.