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March 18, 2018

Ecommerce Small Business Blog Receives “Top” Recognition
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Brisbane, Queensland – The MAZE Blog, a resource for small business owners to receive business advice, has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Business Blogs on the Web by Webspot. The MAZE Blog achieved spot number 13 on the list.

“It’s an honor to see The MAZE recognized as one of the top small business blogs on the web,” said Smith’s Marketplace’s Senior Director of Content Marketing, Jane Doe. “We’ve worked hard to give The MAZE Blog a unique personality that resonates with our readers, while providing helpful yet entertaining content. This award affirms the work we’ve done — and it is a special moment to be mentioned alongside many other great small business blogs.”

Doe, who has managed the blog since it started in 2010, oversees the content creation to ensure it aligns with Smith’s Marketplace’s target seller audience. The content contains business insights to help entrepreneurs succeed in selling their products online.

“When we started this project in 2010, our mission was to provide actionable content for small-business owners on all aspects of running a business, from financial tutorials to professional development,” Doe said. “Running a business can be overwhelming — so our goal was to give this advice in a light and fun tone that we didn’t see other resources using. We think that makes us more relatable to our audience.”

The MAZE Blog, powered by Smith’s Marketplace, has been offering e-commerce advice for small business owners since 2010. The blog provides entertaining and informative content on everything from marketing trends to social media tips, and operational know-how. This is the first award The MAZE blog has received.

To learn more about the Top 100 Business Blogs on the Web or WebSpot, visit: http://blog.webspot.com/small_business_blogs/.

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The MAZE Blog, powered by Smith’s Marketplace, has been offering e-commerce advice for small business owners since 2010. With informative and entertaining content on everything from marketing trends to social media tips, The MAZE is a helpful resource for online sellers of all levels. Learn more at blog.smithsmarketplace.com

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