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Seven Low Cost Marketing Ideas
By: David Gass
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    Seven Low Cost Marketing Ideas - The website's design...

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    The website's design should be imaginative to the draw attention of viewers. Websites are an inexpensive method for accessing greater numbers of people. The website should have the company's contact details, including the business phone number and email address. Advertise in newsgroups that are in a similar line of business so that the site is easily accessed.

    3.Trade Shows Rent space at trade shows and hand out promotional material to clients. Keep a feedback or order address registry for clients. After the show, contact them, keeping the promises made at the booth.

    4.Direct Marketing Create a finely tuned list of targeted recipients and directly mail the explanatory material to them.

    5.Yellow Pages Make an ad stand out in the yellow pages with an attractive design and listing under a specific, targeted head.

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