You can still advertise you business even if you have no room for advertising in your expense budget. I’m about to show you 50 ways to advertise your business for free on the internet. These platforms are a vital resource for small business owners or people just starting their businesses, as money can be tight when you’re just starting out and small businesses have a limited budget to spend on marketing.
I hate craigslist! No rhyme or reason for flagging my ads. Really sad that some loser can screw up your account, and ruin your livelihood. Craigslist could care less! Even when you post compliant ads and begin being hassled by some random idiot flagging your ads down, craigslist assumes that you must be doing something wrong, so they ghost your ads. What a crock that is! I can't wait to see craigslist go down!
There’s no denying the power of Facebook when it comes to networking. Having a large marketplace to host your ads guarantees a high potential of reaching your target market. Facebook recognizes this opportunity and has constantly been upgrading their platform for a more integrated buying and selling experience. It’s important to know how to maximize Facebook features to improve your marketing, including automated chat boxes that help you handle customer service more efficiently.
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, so this might be a great way to get those words out there to your potential customers. Pinterest is something like an online corkboard. Its main purpose is to collect visual pieces of multimedia; usually photos and images. You can create various boards to pin your photos on and promote your business and area of expertise in a very broad and heavily used social media platform.
A lesser known social media bookmarking site that is making gains is StumbleUpon. Essentially this site allows users to “like” certain websites, add them to their profile and pass them along to their friends and acquaintances. For a lesser known social media site, StumbleUpon still has a pretty healthy 30 million regular users ready to StumbleUpon your business and promote it to others.
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