5 Ways to Market your Business for FREE! (Bonus #6!)

Businesses always look for ways to market themselves. You can be paying thousand upon thousands of dollars per year on advertising but if you are not using any of the ways below, You are missing out on free marketing that you could do off your phone if you wished and that can keep you customers coming back. Down below I go into detail on 5 ways you can market your business for free! Watch the Video Below where I go over some examples!

how to market for business in Madison, WI for free and rank number one in search

1) Social Media

Social media isn’t just a tool to gain exposure—it has now become a necessary time investment for every business to make. You can tie in ads and offers on your Facebook page and have a direct channel with your customers on Twitter. Networking on LinkedIn—both at the personal and company level—can be another way to help your startup.

2) Email List

Email marketing comes in high on our list of recommendations for small businesses and startups, because it works. Regardless of industry or organizational size, marketers across the board point to email marketing as the tactic that produces their highest return on marketing dollars invested. ExactTarget.com’s 50 Email Marketing Tips and Stats for 2014 reported that marketers received an average return of investment of $44.25 for every $1 spent on email marketing.

Not only is it effective, it’s also desired. In study after study, consumers regularly say that email is their preferred channel for brand communications. The marketing gurus at MarketingProfs.com shared data from a Message Systems study that found for nearly one-third of all consumers, email is the communication channel they prefer when it comes to marketing

3) Have a Blog

A blog not only helps your company get its name out through followers, but is a way to connect with your consumers more directly. But remember that one of the major keys of blogging is to keep your stream updated as frequently as you can. A dormant, abandoned blog is worth nothing.

4) SEO

Search engine optimization cannot be underestimated in the world of constant Googling. Pick up a book or head over to an online how-to-guide on SEO and make sure your site is primed for performance on search engines.

5) Press Releases

Every time your business does something newsworthy, don’t hesitate to shoot off a press release—maybe folks will pick up on it. They’re a powerful media tool to use to help generate publicity, and having free distribution of them is a bonus. There are dozens of websites out there that you can use for your press releases, such as PRLog and 24/7 Press Release.

6) Responsive Website

Your site is the touchstone of your online presence. When a potential customer goes on there. It should look beautiful and easy to navigate. I do web design and web development so if you are interested contact me.

If you are wanting to do any to these but don’t have the time. Let me know I can help 🙂

 

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