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Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

crystal
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Hello Friends

1. Network at events. Go to Chamber of Commerce meetings, BNI Group meetings, and other organizational meetings that will be attracting your "ideal" client.
2. Attend public meetings. At every public meeting, make a commitment to say something that could be useful to those that are attending.
3. Create a "useful" handout. A handout that when given to a recipient they keep because it has value.
4. Create joint-ventures. Find colleagues and business associates whose business compliments yours and do joint promotions.
5. Write letters to editors of local newspapers and business publications. Make them interesting and newsworthy.

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Topic starter Posted : 15/04/2010 7:10 am
jade
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

There are many ways that you can market your business without spending any money. While it might be difficult to do an entire no-cost marketing plan that is effective and efficient, many of these ten ideas will definitely help stretch your marketing dollars. While free, some of these tips do require effort, and you may have to learn new skills, but others are so simple everyone can and should be doing them.

1. Say “thank you” to your customers. This is rather obvious, but many businesses do not have a “formal” process in place for saying thank you or showing appreciation to their customers. Say it verbally if possible, send an email, pick up the phone. Let your customers know you don’t take them for granted.

2. Free online classifieds and link listing. Don’t get carried away with this, but do take advantage of some of the free ad space online. Typically if you search one of the major search engines for “Your industry + add link you can find a few decent sites where you can list your business for free.

3. Article submission. There are many, many online article submission sites. The deal is that you write an article that others can use in their ezines or on their websites and in exchange, they give you “credit” at the end of the article in the form of an “author bio” or credit paragraph. Search for “article submission.” The more closely related the article is to your industry, the better. And, please triple-check grammar, spelling, and logic.

4. Publicity. This one has been around forever. Write press releases, and submit them to the local media and to online press sites. Learn about press releases first if you do no know h

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Posted : 19/04/2010 5:27 am
bunnygirl
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

Hi there, here are some easy ways of no-cost Marketing Tips

1. Create a "useful" handout.
2. Write letters to editors of local newspapers and business publications.
3. Network at events.
4. Create joint-ventures.
5. Attend public meetings.

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Posted : 19/04/2010 7:20 am
dave23
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

Hello
Thanks to all of you for sharing these tips .
It is really an informative post. Share more in future.
Keep sharing like this.
Thanks.

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Posted : 19/04/2010 9:30 am
marsh
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

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Posted : 22/04/2010 2:32 am
claudia19
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

1. Tap into Your Expertise
2. Market to Your Existing Customers
3. Change Headlines in Your Copy and Test Reponses
4. Harness the Power of a Win-Win
5. Build Relationships

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Posted : 24/04/2010 9:38 am
daniel_ch
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

There are many, many online article submission sites. The deal is that you write an article that others can use in their ezines or on their websites and in exchange, they give you “credit” at the end of the article in the form of an “author bio” or credit paragraph. Search for “article submission.” The more closely related the article is to your industry, the better. And, please triple-check grammar, spelling, and logic.

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Posted : 26/04/2010 4:48 am
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Posted : 05/05/2010 5:16 am
edwin34
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

Hi

Are there ways to market your business that will not cost you a fortune? How can you get the word out without driving your company into a financial black hole?

Truth is most marketing does take money, but there are some low-cost and no-cost options that you can put into action that will help you to get the word out about your products and service. While these ideas will not cost you a lot of money they will cost you time, so prepare for that.

These are fantastic ideas for the company that is just getting started. They also work! Choose two out of the five and move forward on them this week.

Thanks

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Posted : 05/05/2010 9:19 am
alive
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

1) Mailing Labels - Email Signatures: Every e-mail you send out should have an automatic signature at the bottom with your name and contact info, AND information about your business product or service! Every mailing label you send out, even on bills that you are mailing to your telephone company, needs to have a business promotion that can tell everyone who handles that piece of mail something about your business.

2) Ask for referrals before you start work
After you sign up a new client, but before you start work, ask them if they would be willing to provide you with a testimonial if you can meet, or exceed, their expectations. Do not wait to you have completed the work. Prepare them in advance.

3) Creative Media Promotion - Media Expert:You have information and experience that most people may not have access to, so you are an expert! Make sure the local, then national, media knows that you are available to give background information regarding your area of expertise. Send press releases out that are newsworthy and interesting for public news consumption.

4) Free online classifieds and link listing. Don’t get carried away with this, but do take advantage of some of the free ad space online. Typically if you search one of the major search engines for “Your industry + add link you can find a few decent sites where you can list your business for free.

5) Article submission. There are many, many online article submission sites. The deal is that you write an article that others can use in their ezines or on their websites and in exchange, they give you “credit” at the end of the article in the form of an “author bio” or credit paragraph. Search for “article submission.” The more closely related the article is to your industry, the better. And, please triple-check grammar, spelling, and logic.

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Posted : 30/07/2010 5:06 am
rehlon
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

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Posted : 11/09/2010 6:11 am
kanesharps
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Re: Five No-Cost Marketing Tips??

In my opinion social media is a great way to test the market and learn what people are looking for without spending a penny fan sites and groups on face book are a great way to build a customer to determine whether a market will be profitable all for free.

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