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    How you go marketing your brand with limited budget these days?


    The best pieces of advice I could find are these (I'm compiling in random order):

    1. Press-release promotion with a company that doesn't charge too much and has good reviews.
    2. Collecting emails of your clients from the very first day and start sending newsletters with your updates and new arrivals at once.
    3. Cross promotion - free research of businesses that sell complementary goods or services and offering them to exchange advertising.
    4. Giving free samples. That if the nature of your product allows you to share it with the public. (Very handy for SaaS type of business)
    5 NOOO Google AdWords compaings That's dumb if you're operating with a tight budget.
    6. Gigs on Fiver. Sure! Why not! Order a few small articles about your product; Buy twitter (instagram, facebook) followers; Buy ****** upvotes; Tweet your content to tens of thousands of followers; Promote on popular blogs; Record a video about your product; Get any type of data and market research; Create a logo; Buy backlinks.
    7. Facebook Ads might actually work unlike Adwords. Advertise directly to people of certain age and sex, people who are in the relationship or single, people whose friends have birthdays soon, and so on options are unlimited.

    Would like to hear more cost-efficient ideas here
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    I go with the freebies, obviously. Freebies means facebook, twitter, pinterest, linkedin, youtube, and the like.

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    Everyone is in the social networks nowdays so this seems to be the choice, but it depends. Nobody likes emails with ads, do no use that. Press-releases and free examples I think are good options.
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    I guess it mainly depends on the business you want to promote. You do not promote a pub, a local store an industry the same way... because the customers are different.
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    I despise using Fiverr. I think it's terrible for taking advantage of people. They deserve much more than $5
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    i use to marketing Facebook, LinkedIn,google+,tweeter.
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    Social media like Facebook, Instagram is used to promote your brand in low budget
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    The best way for promoting your brand with limited budget is to target social media sites,the social media is nowadays free of cost and widely use.This is a best place for promoting your brand
    Last edited by nicolestarc; Oct 16th, 2017 at 08:27 AM.
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    I will Use fiver. and also use facebook, linkdin ,twwiter. youtube, instragram. vk
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    Fiver is a mistake, do so at your own risk. Do not be surprised when your site plummets off of the search engines !
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    You can put more of your own time in to save money on a fair few promotion methods but many of them are niche specific. Things I would look into would be....


    YouTube
    Niche Related Forums
    Quora
    Reddit
    Stumbleupon
    Blog Commenting
    Social Media
    Blogging about your niche more to try pull more organic traffic
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    Use social media that helps you to promote your brand...
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    Originally Posted by Honey_Bunny
    5 NOOO Google AdWords compaings That's dumb if you're operating with a tight budget.
    When an Adwords campaign is properly set up it doesn't cost any money at all. It makes money.

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    I think in most cases SEO / Adwords would be the best way forward. Of course, it depends on what your business does though.

    Adwords can get you earning from day one, and why would any company use AdWords if it wasn't profitable? A family member of mine makes a very good living out of ranking well in her territory, and spending 150-200 a month on ads trying to target people slightly outside of her territory. Doesn't break the bank and she, without doubt, makes the money back and some.

    With SEO, it's free really. Just takes time and effort on your behalf.

    I actually think Facebook ads would be the riskiest. The only time I've ever used (paid) Facebook ads effectively is through the pixel with past visitors on my sites - other than that I haven't been too impressed.

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