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Searching for Love, Locally

Is it possible we scooped The New York Times? Well, not exactly. However, we must point out we’ve broached this subject before – and we also know from personal experience – when you’re searching for a local florist, you want a local florist. Unfortunately, a quick search online may not deliver what you’re after.

Times readers dished up a few tricks for getting a local florist – not a floral wire service – in an article last week. But we’ve got an even better idea, for florists, and it is: get found!

When you want to get found, by folks looking to find you locally, we humbly suggest you look to us. Why?

Ask The Concord Flower Shop. The locally-owned business ended its contract with Teleflora in 2009 and hasn’t looked back. In fact, same-month sales have been up for each of the past 34 consecutive months! Up how much? Concord Flower Shop is seeing an average increase of 45% each month.

How can an independent business afford the services of a sales and marketing technology firm that gets results like that? That’s the beauty of JointSourcing and its shared risk/reward model. And we’ll save that for another time.

If you’re in a hurry to find out more, we’d love to hear from you.

Until then, we’d like to remind you that if you didn’t pick up flowers for Valentine’s Day, you probably should. Which means it’s time for you to find a local florist.

Sales Renewal’s insight:

Is it possible we scooped The New York Times? Well, not exactly. However, we must point out we’ve broached this subject before – and we also know from personal experience – when you’re searching for a local florist, you want a local florist. Unfortunately, a quick search online may not deliver what you’re after.

Times readers dished up a few tricks for getting a local florist – not a floral wire service – in an article last week. But we’ve got an even better idea, for florists, and it is: get found!