Butchers (Photo credit: Zach_Beauvais)

I love writing and reading about SMBs trying social media and modern marketing for their traditional businesses. My post on a local driving instructor has proven to be one of my blog’s most popular articles.

I think there’s lots of scope for small high-street or home-based businesses to be innovative and try new things, it’s much easier than when you work for a large company that has rules and regulations about what can and can’t be done. 

So I’ve collated a list of interesting examples and ideas, categorised by 3 kinds of shop you’d find in a traditional British high-street. Butchers, Florists and Bakers.

Check it out, add your own and share with your friends/colleagues. 




I’m always looking for businesses to profile on here, if you’re interested please get in touch. 
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  1. Tequila Wolke says:

    Running a florist business is extremely hard work as most independent florists are open six days a week although some do close early on Wednesday. If you buy your flowers from the markets then you will have to wake up really early so that you can buy your stock & have your shop ready for business at 8:30am.’

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