11 LOW BUDGET MARKETING TIPS FOR SMALL BUSINESS
Small Enterprise|September 2020
11 LOW BUDGET MARKETING TIPS FOR SMALL BUSINESS
One of the best tools that are available to startups and small businesses are advertising. All you need is to let people know about a product that you are confident about and know its mechanism and cost. Fortunately, there are multiple ways you can pull this off. The key to making your small business succeed is to make every dollar count. However, this can prove to be quite difficult to invest in ideal advertising routes that are expensive. Also, the most budget-friendly way to spread the word about your small business out there is through traditional advertising routes. Fortunately, there are multiple ways through which you can gain far-reaching advertisement for a minimal cost. There are 20 budget-friendly ways to market your small business:
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Have a Strong Social Network Presence

Customize your Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, and other social media accounts wherever you can imagine your business thriving. You will reach a large audience for a minimal cost if you encourage customers to share on their profiles your product. Many sources say that businesses receive the highest endorsements on social media platforms where the virtual advertisement has taken over.

Offer Discounts for Endorsements

Provide “Check-in” discount bonuses to customers of your business on social media platforms like FourSquare and Yelp as they can increase your presence on social media. Money is the game changer and if your clients see that there is a decent discount bonus on your product, they won’t stop clicking on their phone screens as they are fully guaranteed that there is no loss for them and you get free marketing. Hiring firms to design an advertisement is way more costly than this and sometime might not even work.

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September 2020