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Online shopping proves need for digital presencesays Bricks Plus Clicks marketer Ryan Bilodeau Bricks Plus Clicks founder Ryan Bilodeau is arguing that small business online marketing is a must in the digital age at a time when online shopping overtakes a major part of retail for the first time ever according to Kate Rooney at CNBC. That this is true even on the heels of Amazon’s announcement of record levels of sales last Christmas should be all the more surprising. So why do some stores refuse to create an online presence that mirrors their brick and mortar one? Antara Dutta, a digital marketing expert who has founded two small businesses who was interviewed for the article, argues that “People are just afraid of technology and don’t realize how simple or easy it could be.”
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