5 Ways to grow a small business without spending a dime

JEFF SHUFORD | June 23, 2019

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Want to grow a small business but can’t afford to invest in expensive advertising? Do you want to increase profits for your company, but know you can’t afford to hire a marketing guru or spend money on radio/television/newspaper ads? There are easy ways to promote your small business for free if you are willing to be creative and diversify your customer outreach efforts. Consider the following five free marketing methods to see which ones will help attract new customers to your business.

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