Simple and Affordable Ideas to Promote Your Business
Along with providing quality good and services, marketing is one of your most important daily activities. Without marketing, you won't have customers or clients; and as a result, you won't have a business.
The challenge is in finding your market and enticing them to check your business out. Below you'll find 50+ ways you can market your home business, but before you start marketing willy nilly, you should first answer the following questions:
1. Who is your target market? Many home business owners erroneously say, “everyone,” but even if your product or service has wide market appeal, you want to narrow your choices down. You can do this by determining what problem your product or service solves, and then figure who needs the fix.
2. Where is your market? The most successful home business owners connect directly to their market by going to where the market hangs out. This includes websites, blogs, social media and even offline options such as service or hobby clubs.
3. How can you entice your market to check out. The best way to do this is to write offers that solve your market’s problem.
Once you've answered the above questions, you can use the list below to find options that fit with your product and market.
Marketing is a crucial aspect of home business success. If people don’t know about your product or service, they can’t buy it. Some kinds of marketing cost money, such as website hosting and email list management services. However, some of the most powerful and effective marketing tactics don’t cost anything at all.
More than anything, good marketing is all about knowing your market. What does your market want or need? How do you entice them (with words, graphics, or video) to check out your business for those wants and needs? Once you know who your market it is, what it wants, and where to find them, apply that knowledge to the following 10 free ways to market your business.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Every home business should have a website, and while owning a website isn’t free, you can optimize your website for search engines without spending a dime. Search engine optimization is about including keywords and phrases that are common with people who use search engines to find things related to your business. Using keyword search tools can provide important insight into what your market is looking for so you can provide it. SEO also involves putting keywords in your webpage’s meta title and meta description to help search engines find and rank your website.
Consumers today want to interact with the companies they do business with. They also rely heavily on recommendations made by their friends, family, and others. Social media makes it easy for you to benefit from both of these trends. Through social media, you can share information and promotions, communicate and engage with your market, and benefit from the buzz your audience generates through shares. By being responsive to people who engage with you, you show that you care and you can increase loyalty and improve your chance of referrals.
Be a Guest
Sharing your expertise through articles or interviews is one of the best ways to get in front of your market. You may land an opinion piece on someone else’s website, get interviewed on a podcast, or guest lecture for a webinar or online summit. Articles and interviews allow you to show off your expertise and credibility in a way that’s more genuine (and more effective) than a traditional ad. Don’t limit your guest appearances to online events. Print publications and TV shows often need experts and guests. Getting an interview, whether it’s on a podcast or a local news show, is all about submitting a media pitch that excites the editor, producer, or host.
Similar to being a guest writer or interviewee, free publicity offers credibility that will increase market response more than traditional advertising. The trick is to submit a newsworthy PR idea relating to your business. A press release isn’t an ad, so you can’t just send an email about your business to a newsroom. Your PR pitch needs to contain a news hook, such as winning an award, reaching a milestone, or connecting your business with something going on in the world (like volunteering resources to a worthy cause). A great resource that media outlets use to find guests and experts is Help a Reporter Out (HARO). You can join for free and then respond to media queries.
In a joint venture, you partner with someone in a similar industry, usually in a cross-promotion, although there are a variety of ways to form a joint venture. For example, you can work with a partner who promotes your home business in exchange for you helping to promote their business, or in exchange for monetary compensation (like a percentage of the sales). The success comes in getting your product or service in front of another audience.
Affiliate marketing is similar to joint ventures in that another business promotes your product or service in exchange for a commission based on the sales facilitated. The difference is that a joint venture is usually a one-off event, and it usually involves a small number of partners. An affiliate program, on the other hand, is ongoing, and you can have as many partners as are willing to promote what you offer. Although you might need to invest in an affiliate software system, finding affiliates is, for the most part, free. You only pay them if they deliver results.
Like managing a robust social media presence, participating in online groups can be time-consuming, but when it's done well, you will reap many benefits. For one, it's a free way to learn about the needs and trends of your market, which helps you better hone your product or service. Second, it provides a way to help others and share your expertise, which builds rapport and credibility. If you help someone through a difficult situation, they'll want to learn more about you and the services you offer. However, success in discussion groups comes from being helpful, not from overtly promoting your business.
Visual content has a higher chance of gaining traction online, and, fortunately, it’s not hard or expensive to create a promotional video. Sure, you could pay professionals to make a high-quality video for your business, but with extra effort, you can do the whole thing yourself. You can make a video using your computer’s webcam or a cell phone. Most computers and phones include free video editing software, and it's free to upload videos to YouTube. The trick to successful videos for business marketing is to be helpful (i.e., tutorials) and/or entertaining.
Speak or Teach
Having credibility is an important part of marketing, which is why it pops up a lot (like with being a podcast guest or making PR pitches). Especially on the internet, people need to feel like they’re working with honest, quality businesses. Speaking and teaching is another way to show off your expertise and build credibility. Sometimes you can get paid for it, as well. You can use a free service such as Google Hangouts to offer an online seminar, or contact local groups about speaking to them. For example, many towns have adult education programs that could use some expertise from a local business owner. You can also look for any civic groups in need of speakers.
Offer a Freebie
People love a good deal, and deals don't get much better than freebies. Many entrepreneurs offer freebies with a subscription to their newsletter, but that's not the only way a free item can help. You can offer a free sample or free 15-minute coaching call. The idea is that once people have tested your product or service, they'll want more—and they'll be willing to pay the next time around.
In my last post, I gave you five great ideas for starting a home business. Maybe you took the plunge and grabbed one of those ideas for yourself. Or, maybe you already had a business in the making and are well on your way.
Now you’re ready to fling open your business doors (virtual or otherwise) and welcome customers. But wait… How do customers even know you and your business exist?
The truth is, no one will know about your business until you shout it from the rooftops. In other words, you’ve gotta promote. No, promote isn’t a four-letter word, trust me. It’s a manageable, learnable, affordable way for you to drum up the attention (and customers) you need to reach business success. And it’s not hard. Really!
Here are six easy ways to promote your home business.
1. Build a blog
Think of a blog as your own little spot in cyberspace where you can share your thoughts, ideas and pictures while promoting your business. Your blog becomes part of your business brand and allows past and potential customers to keep up with what’s new with your business. Getting started is simple:
- Grab a blog host. My favorite is Bluehost because it’s affordable and easy to use. Choose a platform. WordPress and Blogger are two popular (and free) platforms for creating your own blog.
- Read up on how to create a blog that builds your business. Get a headstart by purchasing Problogger’s Guide to Blogging for Your Business — it’ll guide you through the entire blogging process, from choosing a host to using your blog as a promotional tool, and everything in between.
- Decide what kind of content you will offer on your blog, and be consistent. Whether you choose to write about strictly business or combine personal posts with business content, remember that consistency is key for building trust and for giving your readers a reason to keep coming back.
Tsh is also still planning a Blog Essentials e-course, for those of you interested in learning her in-depth blogging tips.
2. Be a social butterfly
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It’s true. Social media is everywhere, and there’s a reason why. Social sites like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are powerhouses for connecting with potential customers and spreading your message over the Interwebs. Best of all, social media is free! Whether your business is a huge corporation or a mom-and-pop shop, you can use social media to promote your goods and services.
- Sign up for a Twitter account and start connecting. Twitter allows you to connect with your target market, and they with you. Again, being consistent with your brand and message is key.
- Create a Facebook page. A Facebook business page gives you another way to connect with potential customers on a highly visible — and interactive — level.
- Join LinkedIn. LinkedIn offers the perfect opportunity to find others who can help grow your business. Connect with wholesalers, retailers and even media professionals, all in one place. LinkedIn also makes it easy to find service providers like copywriters and web designers.
3. Buy an ad
The best way to promote your home business is to go where your customers are. And you can do this virtually or in real life.
What magazines are your customers reading? What blogs or websites are they visiting? What local or national events are they attending?
Once you’ve figured out where your customers are hanging out, go to them. Buy advertisements in online and print media, or by sponsoring events like conferences and trade shows where your clients might be. Don’t have a big budget? No worries. You can get some great deals by purchasing remnant space.
Some sites also offer shared ad space (Simple Mom is one of them!).
4. Get famous
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Think publicity is just for rock stars and celebrities? Nope, it’s for everyone. Even you.
And with a little hard work and a lot of persistence, you can get some major free publicity. Media professionals always need people, products, stories and companies to feature in magazines, blogs, newspapers and TV… It may as well be you and yours.
So how do you grab the limelight?
Make a list of magazines, blogs and other media outlets that are a good fit for your business.
If you sell a product, what magazines might feature it? If you offer a service, what blogs would rave about you? Once you’ve figured out where to get famous, find out who to contact by purchasing a media list with the contact information of editors and producers, or by scanning the masthead of magazines and newspapers or the production credits at the end of TV shows.
Write up a brief pitch that’ll entice media folks.
Email it to them and then be sure to follow up (politely, of course). Many, many publicity opportunities are lost by not following up.
Create a press kit.
A press kit is a mega-marketing tool that you can make available on your website to make it mega-easy for media professionals to find and feature YOU. Standard press kits include a short biography, a professionally taken head shot or photo of your product, and a press release that offers more information about you, your product or your service.
5. List it
Showcase your service-based business on websites that offer a ready-made clientele. Sites like Hire My Mom, elance, and Mediabistro allow you to list your service business, resume, and portfolio samples.
Clients who are looking to hire service providers can browse businesses like yours and decide who they’ll hire. The key on these sites is to stand out from the crowd. Be sure to post your best portfolio clips and show (and tell) why clients should choose you over the other guy.
6. Go local
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Promoting your business where you live may seem like a no-brainer, but it’s a step many home business owners overlook. You want to be sure that people searching locally can find you, not just those searching the world wide web. Why? Because if someone searches for “wedding invitations Dallas, TX” and you’re a Dallas-based designer, bingo! You’re hired.
Google Places and Yelp are two perfect spots to list your business locally, while still allowing you to be found all over the web. Enter your information and presto, you’re findable, both locally and online.
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When you have a home business, the promotion never ends. But it’s a fun and exciting way to ensure your success and longevity. And when the customers come knocking, you’ll be glad you put yourself out there.
If you’re running a home-based small business, chances are your advertising budget isn’t just small; it’s probably non-existent. But there are still ways to reach your target audience with news about who you are and what you do.
1. Message Boards
Cost: approximately $0 – $25, depending on method and print quantity
I know an editor who specializes in post-grad academic papers and advertises solely with tear-away flyers on college campus billboards. While college students might not be your target audience, there are other ways to make the most of message board advertising. Try posting flyers at the library or on the community bulletin boards of local grocers and coffee shops. Or, take your message to digital boards like Craigslist. If you’re an active forum participant, you could also mention your business in your signature.
2. Press Releases
Smaller, local media outlets love to share newsworthy information about the small businesses in their area. So if you’ve got something newsworthy to announce — you’re a brand new business, you’re offering a new service, or you’re expanding, for example — send a press release to the local newspaper or radio station. (Before you send that press release, make sure you haven’t committed any of the cardinal sins of press release writing!)
Local reporters often need expert commentary to beef up their articles. When you’re quoted in an article or invited as a guest speaker on a local radio talk show, your name and credentials will be mentioned to establish your expertise on the subject being discussed — that’s free publicity for your home-based business. You can use those press releases mentioned above to reach reporters and producers in advance of the relevant topic. Let them know that you’re an expert source and you’re available for interviews and guest commentary.
4. Business Cards
Business cards are still a tried and true method for advertising your business. They are relatively inexpensive to make and are versatile little tools. You can hand out a business card at a networking event, after you offer an estimate for services, or to a new acquaintance you want to reconnect with. Functional business cards can also be used as appointment reminders for service-based small businesses or as coupon incentives for new customers.
5. Logo Apparel
You could be a walking, talking advertisement for your business. If the nature of your work takes you to other homes and businesses, wear a branded Polo shirt. You’ll look more professional out in the field, and the customers you encounter at the convenience store, post office, or office supply store will take notice of your business, too. Virtually anywhere you go, you can advertise your home-based business — the airport, the doctor’s office, an industry conference, or your kid’s soccer game.
Advertising on a budget is possible, but it will require your time and creativity to be effective. What are some creative and inexpensive ways you’ve advertised your small or home-based business?
Follow this plan for attracting visitors to your small business’ site — and getting them to buy.
There is a proven sequence of steps you can follow to guarantee your success when you’re starting a small business online. I’ve seen thousands of people start and grow successful businesses by doing the following:
- Find a need and fill it.
- Write copy that sells.
- Design and build an easy-to-use website.
- Use search engines to drive traffic to your site.
- Establish an expert reputation for yourself.
- Follow up with your customers and subscribers with email. through back-end sales and upselling.
Anyone, from newbie to seasoned online entrepreneur, can benefit from this process in learning how to start a business online.
Step 1: Start a business that fills a need.
Most people who are just starting out make the mistake of looking for a product first, and a market second.
To boost your chances of success, start with a market. The trick is to find a group of people who are searching for a solution to a problem, but not finding many results. The internet makes this kind of market research easy:
- Visit online forums to see what questions people ask and what problems they’re trying to solve.
- Do keyword research to find keywords that a lot of people are searching, but don’t have a ton of competition with other sites.
- Check out your potential competitors by visiting their sites and taking note of what they’re doing to fill the demand. Then you can use what you’ve learned and create a product for a market that already exists — and do it better than the competition.
Step 2: Write copy that sells.
There’s a proven sales copy formula that takes visitors through the selling process from the moment they arrive to the moment they make a purchase:
- Arouse interest with a compelling headline.
- Describe the problem your product solves.
- Establish your credibility as a solver of this problem.
- Add testimonials from people who have used your product.
- Talk about the product and how it benefits the user.
- Make an offer.
- Make a strong guarantee.
- Create urgency.
- Ask for the sale.
Throughout your copy, you need to focus on how your product or service is uniquely able to solve people’s problems or make their lives better. Think like a customer and ask “What’s in it for me?”
Step 3: Design and build your website.
Once you’ve got your market and product, and you’ve nailed down your selling process, now you’re ready for your small-business web design. Remember to keep it simple. You have fewer than five seconds to grab someone’s attention — otherwise, they’re gone, never to be seen again. Some important tips to keep in mind:
- Choose one or two plain fonts on a white background.
- Make your navigation clear and simple, and the same on every page.
- Only use graphics, audio or video if they enhance your message.
- Include an opt-in offer so you can collect e-mail addresses.
- Make it easy to buy — no more than two clicks between potential customer and checkout.
- Your website is your online storefront, so make it customer-friendly.
Step 4: Use search engines to drive targeted buyers to your site.
Pay-per-click advertising is the easiest way to get traffic to a brand-new site. It has two advantages over waiting for the traffic to come to you organically. First, PPC ads show up on the search pages immediately, and second, PPC ads allow you to test different keywords, as well as headlines, prices and selling approaches. Not only do you get immediate traffic, but you can also use PPC ads to discover your best, highest-converting keywords. Then you can distribute the keywords throughout your site in your copy and code, which will help your rankings in the organic search results.
Step 5: Establish an expert reputation for yourself.
People use the internet to find information. Provide that information for free to other sites, and you’ll see more traffic and better search engine rankings. The secret is to always include a link to your site with each tidbit of information.
- Give away free, expert content. Create articles, videos or any other content that people will find useful. Distribute that content through online article directories or social media sites.
- Include “send to a friend” links on valuable content on your website.
- Become an active expert in industry forums and social networking sites where your target market hangs out.
You’ll reach new readers. But even better, every site that posts your content will link back to yours. Search engines love links from relevant sites and will reward you in the rankings.
Step 6: Use the power of email marketing to turn visitors into buyers.
When you build an opt-in list, you’re creating one of the most valuable assets of your online business. Your customers and subscribers have given you permission to send them an email. That means:
- You’re giving them something they’ve asked for.
- You’re developing lifetime relationships with them.
- The response is 100 percent measurable.
- Email marketing is cheaper and more effective than print, TV or radio because it’s highly targeted.
Anyone who visits your site and opts into your list is a very hot lead. And there’s no better tool than email for following up with those leads.
Step 7: Increase your income through back-end sales and upselling.
One of the most important internet marketing strategies is to develop every customer’s lifetime value. At least 36 percent of people who have purchased from you once will buy from you again if you follow up with them. Closing that first sale is by far the most difficult part — not to mention the most expensive. So use back-end selling and upselling to get them to buy again:
- Offer products that complement their original purchase.
- Send out electronic loyalty coupons they can redeem on their next visit.
- Offer related products on your “Thank You” page after they purchase.
Reward your customers for their loyalty and they’ll become even more loyal.
The internet changes so fast that one year online equals about five years in the real world. But the principles of how to start and grow a successful online business haven’t changed at all. If you’re just starting a small business online, stick to this sequence. If you’ve been online awhile, do a quick review and see if there’s a step you’re neglecting, or never got around to doing in the first place. You can’t go wrong with the basics.
Allen Moon is the founder of On Deck Marketing, an internet marketing agency that specializes in product marketing strategies, e-commerce and online marketing.
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States issue classes of CDLs. The classes determine the types of vehicles that a CDL holder can drive. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) sets requirements for motor carrier companies and the state motor vehicle agencies.
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Millions of travelers around the world use trivago to find their ideal accommodation online. You as a property owner or manager can use trivago as well, as an online marketing channel to reach all these travelers.
It’s called metasearch marketing, and it’s now an essential online marketing activity for all accommodation providers.
On trivago, metasearch marketing begins with registering your property so you can claim your profile for free.
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Why register to claim your property’s trivago profile?
trivago compares accommodation deals from hundreds of online booking sites. Your property will already have a profile on trivago if you’re partnered with at least one of those booking sites. They’ve provided us with content for your property, including images, basic information, and rates.
But is it the best content to make your property stand out? Probably not. As the owner or manager, you have the most accurate and complete information about your property. You can take the most inspiring images of your rooms and premises.
When you register your property, you yourself can manage the content of your profile and influence how it appears on trivago.
How to register your property on trivago and claim your profile for free
Claim your profile by registering for free on trivago Business Studio.
trivago Business Studio currently operates in 12 languages across 22 localized platforms, making it accessible in countries around the world. The registration process is free, easy, and completed in just a few minutes.
What should I know about registering on trivago Business Studio?
- Registering your property on trivago Business Studio is free. So is claiming and managing your property’s profile on trivago.
- You will find and assign your property’s profile to your account during the registration process.
- Registering on trivago is the same process for independent hotels, B&Bs, guesthouses, and other forms of alternative accommodations.
- You can claim multiple properties, in case you own or manage more than one property.
- You’ll be able to start managing the content of your profile right away.
What do I do after registering my property on trivago?
Influence how your property appears on trivago and how often it makes an impression by updating the content of your profile.
When updating your property details, be sure to use complete and accurate information and high-quality images.
Examples of high-quality hotel images:
Hint: A high-quality hotel image will be at least 2,000 pixels in width.
The goal is to optimize your profile to increase its visibility in trivago search results, and ultimately, inspire bookings for your property.
I’ve registered my property on trivago, but it doesn’t appear to be available
Accurate availability is a pivotal part of your property’s success on trivago. Here’s how your current availability is determined:
The rates that appear on trivago are advertisement-sponsored links paid for by the booking sites. Due to the nature of this paid-advertising model, booking sites continuously optimize their inventory and provide us with different hotels and properties for each market separately. That’s why your property may show rates on some localized websites but not on others.
Unfortunately, trivago doesn’t have any influence on this matter, because it’s at a booking site’s discretion whether to show a room rate or not.
What can I do if my property is available, but isn’t showing on trivago?
#1 Consider increasing the number of booking sites you collaborate with, especially with local online travel agencies, as this increases the possibility of being discovered on trivago.
#2 If you have a booking engine on your hotel website, consider advertising your website rates on your trivago profile with Rate Connect. When a traveler clicks on your rates, they’ll be taken directly to your hotel website to complete their (direct!) booking.
#3 Ensure your property’s profile is continuously updated with high-quality content.
Anything else I should know about metasearch marketing on trivago?
- Metasearch marketing on trivago is your chance to reach millions of travelers in a single place.
- Registering to market your property on trivago and claiming your profile are free.
- Using trivago Business Studio to update and optimize your hotel profile, as well as to monitor your property’s performance and online reputation, is also free.
- There are already over 500,000 hoteliers around the world who have claimed their properties’ profiles.
- Optimized profiles (profiles with accurate and attractive content) receive twice as many clicks on average.
- You can get a competitive edge for your property on trivago with exclusive data on your competitors and advanced marketing features for your profile.
- Rate Connect enables you to list your direct website rates on trivago, so that you can drive direct bookings from your profile to your website.
Take your property from hidden gem to high demand.
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A version of this article was originally published in June 2016.
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Are you busy and do not have time to handle your assignment? Are you scared that your paper will not make the grade? Do you have responsibilities that may hinder you from turning in your assignment on time? Are you tired and can barely handle your assignment? Are your grades inconsistent?
That is where we step in. Whichever your reason may is, it is valid! With our student assignment help service, you can submit all your assignment on time and score superb grades. You can get professional academic help from our service at affordable rates. We have a team of professional academic writers who can handle all your assignments.
Our academic writers are graduates with bachelor’s, masters, Ph.D., and doctorate degrees in various subjects. The minimum requirement to be an academic writer with our assignment help service is to have a college bachelors degree. When assigning your order, we match the paper subject with the writers area of specialization.
What subjects does your online assignment help service help with?
We offer student assignment help on various subjects. These include:
- Computer science
Why should you use our assignment help service?
- You get unique plagiarism-free papers
- We ensure timely delivery of all assignments
- Papers are of unmatchable quality
- We can handle assignments of any deadline
- We have a pool of skilled, experienced native English writers
- The minimum requirement to be a writer with our company is to have a bachelors degree
- Writers go through rigorous tests and mentorship
- You get a subject-relevant academic writer
- We ensure strict adherence to paper instructions
- We can handle tackle bulk assignments
- We charge fair and reasonable prices
- We offer awesome discounts to our clients
- Our customer support is available 24/7
- You get superb grades consistently
- We guarantee 100% privacy and confidentiality
- We are 100% legit
- Customer satisfaction is our core priority
- You can communicate directly with the writer
- Our quality assurance department ensures your papers quality is top-notch
- We have secure payment methods
How does our student assignment help service work?
1. Place an order
You fill all the paper instructions in the order form. Make sure you include all helpful materials so that our academic writers can deliver a perfect paper. It will also help to avoid unnecessary revisions. At this point, you can attach files that are provided for the assignment. We usually insist a lot on the client uploading the grading rubric if it is available. The writers adhere to the highest level of the rubric to ensure that you get a perfect grade.
2. Pay for the order
Proceed to securely pay for the paper so that we can assign the paper to one of our expert academic writers. The paper subject is matched with the writers area of specialization.
3. Track the progress
You communicate with the writer and know about the progress of the paper. The client can ask the writer for drafts of the paper. The client can upload extra material and include additional instructions from the lecturer.
4. Download the paper
The paper is uploaded to your personal account and sent to your email. You also get a plagiarism report attached to your paper.