Frugal Marketing Tips For Start-Ups.

1. Post Comments On Other Blogs:

  • Comment something interesting that makes the viewer go nuts about knowing you. Which henceforth, would lead them to check out your profile and content. Commenting something unique is very important as it adds to the discussion and enables other viewers’ to look at your viewpoint and make them think that there is something different about you. Look for the famous blogs which have a worldwide reach. There is no denying that it’d consume a lot of time, but your product will grow exponentially as your input of comments increases.

2. A Joint Venture Partnership:

  • Do a Google search using keywords that relate to industries of your domain.
  • View the ads on the right hand side of the page.

3. Blog That Help And Educate:

4. Classified Ads:

5. Target Social Media:

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