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1) If you're able to, hire someone. Even part-time. Even 1099. Even just for one project. Every bit helps.
2) If you really, really can't hire anyone to work for you, think about things you used to hire other businesses to do, that you've started doing yourself for the past few years. Can you farm out some graphic design, accounting work, marketing, or PR to help another business? Again, every bit helps.
3) If your clients are other businesses, how can you provide even better service than you've been providing? If you help your clients grow, then they can do their part in job creation, too.
What about you? What are you doing to help create jobs, even as the economy stays challenging?