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where can I advertise my AD for free to get more clients for my small business?

  1. shickie profile image55
    shickieposted 8 years ago

    where can I advertise my AD for free to get more clients for my small business?

  2. profile image0
    collegecareerlifeposted 8 years ago

    You can print fliers and put them up at local apartment complexes. Many larger complexes have bulletin boards for free ads in the area where mailboxes are located.   

    If you have a website, there are several pay-to-click sites that have click exchanges where others will visit your site based on the number of times you click other members' links. To find legitimate PTC sites, visit http://ptc-investgations.blogspot.com/. 

    A website is a great way to market your business and the products or services you offer.

  3. Silver Poet profile image72
    Silver Poetposted 8 years ago

    Check out printing sites like Vista Print--they make window decals for your car, printed pens, printed notepads, and thousands of other advertising items.  It isn't free, but the window decal on your car would be a low cost way to begin.

  4. Tom Razoo profile image47
    Tom Razooposted 8 years ago

    Twitter:

    Sign up to Twitter with a catchy name, and then sign up to "Twollow" here  you will get a 7 day free trial of their services.

    Twollow allows you to add in 5 keywords to search other users and become followers of them. The idea is they will then follow you. This doesn't always happen, but will a great deal of the time. From there you can advertise to your followers.

    If you're posting links use bit.ly.com to shorten your URLs

    I suggest this be part of your online campaign, not all of it wink

  5. Rangerwife profile image55
    Rangerwifeposted 8 years ago

    craigslist, stores, facebook, myspace...  Google blogs and classifieds where your type of clients go.  You may be able to post free ads, or responses to inquiries on those pages.

  6. Compliance Doctor profile image74
    Compliance Doctorposted 8 years ago

    I find that preparing press releases as much as you possibly can about your services is a great avenue to find potential clients.  There are a number of free press release sites that allow you to post the release, THEN THEY MARKET IT FOR YOU BY SENDING IT TO ALL THE CRAWLERS FOR FREE.

  7. althea_m profile image57
    althea_mposted 8 years ago

    The twitter site is twellow.com , which Tom Razoo mentioned. Definitely Social Media sites are a good way to go. As well as you can Google Free classifieds.

  8. jossecarr profile image59
    jossecarrposted 8 years ago

    You can join the social medias online and promote your business. If you have website you can create a blog that would link to your web page.

  9. profile image47
    visionmediaposted 7 years ago

    Without knowing what your small business is, it is really hard to say.

    Craigslist is an obvious choice.  Social Networking like Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin might be good choices.

 
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