5 Ways to Market Your New Small Business Website Online

OSCAR ADIKA | December 10, 2018

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Make no mistake about it  getting a new business off the ground isn’t cheap.  Even if you’ve come up with a winning idea and a fool-proof business model, you still need to announce its arrival. If your target audience doesn’t know you exist, you’ll never step out of neutral.Once you’ve identified your ideal customer, it’s a case of doing whatever you can to reach them. As a smaller or newer business, you’ll probably be looking at a strictly limited marketing budget. One that doesn’t provide a great deal of scope for experimentation. In which case, you need to focus your time, effort and money on the marketing channels most likely to deliver a decent ROI. The following five having proven most effective and accessible of all for smaller businesses.

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