Small Business Q&A; Syndication Rights

"I was amazed! A business advice column that actually made me laugh!"

Daily Circulation Per Week
50,000 or less $6
50,000 to 100,000 $9
100,000 to 250,000 $15
250,000+ $25
Dear Business Editor,

Here is a weekly business column that is unlike any business column you have seen before. This is a business column that dispenses common sense advice with a big dash of humor. Imagine a column written by a successful entrepreneur who was once a successful stand-up comedian.

That's what you get with Small Business Q&A; with Tim Knox.

"Small Business Q&A;," is written to be a regularly featured column for small business entrepreneurs and people interested in starting a small business. Small Business Q&A; is written in a "question & answer" format to encourage interaction with the reader. The author solicits the submission of comments and questions through an email address at the end of each column. Such interaction helps to ensure a loyal readership as Small Business Q&A; gains notoriety with your readers as a source for trusted information and common sense answers to their small business questions.

The online version of this column has proven to be extremely popular among readers seeking small business advice at, the website of the national publication Entrepreneur Magazine. Small Business Q&A; is also set to become a regular weekly feature in the Business Section of the Huntsville Times (Huntsville, Alabama) beginning May 27, 2003.

To appreciate the potential readership for a column like Small Business Q&A; you must first realize the enormous impact small business has on our country. In 2002, there were approximately 22.9 million small businesses in the United States.

According to the Small Business Administration, small business:

  • Represents more than 99.7% of all employers
  • Employ more than half of all private sector employees
  • Pay 44.5% of total US private payroll
  • Generate 60 to 80% of new jobs annually
  • Are 53% home-based and 3% franchises

    The number of small business startups grows every year.

    If you are not a small business person yourself, chances are you know at least one person who is. The odds are even better that a good share of your readers are small business owners or operators who would be interested in the content offer by Small Business Q&A.;

    The cost of the column is consistent with what you're paying now for similar syndicated content. Please call me at (256)-679-0704 or send me an e-mail to to begin publishing Small Business Q&A; with Tim Knox.

    I look forward to giving your newspaper a competitive advantage by providing your readers with valuable weekly content to help them in their business ventures.


    Tim Knox