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Small businesses that are looking to find reliable, competent help may choose to ask other business professionals. With a small budget and a longer timeframe, they may find posting ads on Craigslist.com an affordable - or even free, if it's not a major metro area - option.
If the need is more critical, performing a location-based search on a major search engine may be the method of choice. I've known small businesses to reach out to local colleges career centers if the need is more long-term, requires less technical knowledge, and learning on the job is not an issue.
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