In the current economy, companies are looking to stretch their marketing budget as far as they possibly can. Banners and signs are something that could be a great investment. Unlike so many marketing methods nowadays, they can be used repeatedly, providing an excellent return on your investment.

What are you paying external experts for? Have you for example paid for advice and delivery in areas such as increasing sales, or improving customer service, (and other such areas in staff training ) and have seen very little change? When you are given the advice and when you and your colleagues attend the trainings, what would you prefer to be told? Would you like to be told that if you ask the universe to make things work better that they will? Go on, talk to the universe. It will cost you nothing!

So what is it exactly are you going to offer your audience/customers? Once you have decided on the product or type of service to market, you will need a website. This is where you will need to decide if it’s something you can do yourself or outsource.

We are constantly bombarded with emails about ‘the next most amazing thing’, ‘you really mustn’t miss this will send your traffic into orbit’, ‘if you buy one Affiliate tutorial this year then this must be it!’ it is no wonder that we… ‘Who want all these things we are being offered’, are attracted to them like bees to honey! We would all like things to happen quickly and the reports of 20 year olds making more money per month than many of us see in a year is huge bait indeed! Who are these amazing people and what are they doing that I am not? We have to go and see them don’t we? Surely we are just missing one piece in the jigsaw puzzle and if we can just get that then we’ll be off for sure…

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I have found that many of the issues involved with starting your business can be resolved by hiring a mentor or coach. Why not learn from someone who has been there, done that.

Make sure that you create awareness about who you are and what your company does. It’s important to let people know who they’re getting this valuable information from. You should encourage users to take a step towards a relationship with your company by having them subscribe to your YouTube channel or company email newsletter (if you have one).

Now this is where you start selling your product/service. Do not try to complicate content on your website. Try and keep it as crisp as possible. Perform some research and shortlist a set if keywords which are relevant to your product/service. These keywords should be strategically used within the content. This exercise will help increase the search engine rankings of the website.