How to Promote Your Start-up at a Low Cost

If you are a new entrepreneur, then one of your main concerns and targets would be to promote your business but to also keep your costs as low as possible. But, there are so many start-ups that are almost mushrooming around the world. So, while keeping the costs on the low end may be important to you, you might also want to make sure that you keep up with the competition so that you don’t get left behind. In order to accomplish this, you will need to know how you want to carry out your promotions effectively. Here are some great tips on how you can achieve just that.

Word Of Mouth

One of the cheapest (in fact zero cost) and effective methods of promoting a new business is through word of mouth. Leading up to the launch of the business talk to your friends, family and colleagues and let them know that you are going to be opening for business on the exact date and ask them to help you spread the word. Make sure that you explain to them what you are offering and that you make it sound attractive and not boring. For example, if you are going to be opening a store that sells brownies tell them that you have brownies with different ingredient combinations that customers can choose from and that you perhaps also have vegan friendly and gluten free products. This immediately generates more curiosity and they will be more likely to spread the word too. Always offer something new and unique so that customers will take notice and you will stand out from the crowd.

Take Up Social Media

Another very effective and really low cost method of promoting your business is through Facebook marketing. This is a tried and tested method that has shown incredibly encouraging results to entrepreneurs big and small all around the world. Before you get into this, do your studying up on how you can use this really versatile method as your most powerful tool that will drive both traffic and footfall to your business while also giving it all the visibility that it needs. You will not just have to be good at content development, you will also need to know the back end of it, like the analytics. If your business grows and you cannot handle this on your own, delegate it to a professional who can take care of it for you. Promoting your products on social media is a sure way to get people to take notice of your brand.

A Taste of Your Goods

Hold a pop up sale or something if the sort where potential customers could come and just taste what you create for free. If your product is actually food or drink, this method would be so much more effective, if it is something like jewellery see if you can rent a small space at exhibitions and fairs where you can display your products. These are all great low cost ways to try and promote your start-up.

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