Ways to promote and market your products and services for free. Includes tips useful for both products and services. The objective of marketing and advertising is to get in front of as many prospects as you can. The more people see your products, the better your chances of making a sale. That’s why people advertise. But what do you do when you don’t have the funds to buy paid advertisements or hire an SEO / Social Media Marketing expert? Is there a way to still promote and market your products? Yes, there is.
Have you heard of marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, Etsy etc.? They are marketplaces. They are like popular malls. The malls advertise to attract shoppers to the mall. The more significant stores also promote themselves. If you open a store in the mall, the shopper stream will bring in by the paid advertisements of the mall along with the unique entertainment and decor offered by some malls will also benefit you. The more people visit the mall, the better the chances of they stopping buy and taking a look at what you have to offer. In return, you pay the mall rent. The higher the traffic at the mall, the higher the rent.
Dallas, TX – Oct 5, 2017. BloggerKhan announces their new article for small businesses to promote and market their products for free. With the prime shopping season approaching, this article will be invaluable to business who don’t have the funds to spend on marketing.
According to Mr. Babar, a spokesperson for BloggerKhan, “Advertising and marketing do not have to cost a lot of money. Small businesses can promote their products and services for free or for very little if they know how. We have written an article listing multiple tips on how to market for free that will be especially valuable for small businesses.”
According to Babar, “Marketplaces and Service Portals are perfect to join if one is trying to sell a product and attract as many buyers as possible. They charge a fee for every sale made but the exposure you will get is well worth it”. “Most do not charge an upfront fee and you pay a percentage of sales which makes it easy for small businesses to finance”, he further adds.
“The purpose of marketing is to reach as many prospects as possible. The more exposure given to the business the better”, Babar concludes. The full article is available at http://bit.ly/market-free3