How to and Where
to Advertise Your Business
It’s not a secret that business can’t exist
without advertising. Nowadays it’s a giant competition between businessmen so
they use all available possibilities to advertise own businesses. Below we’ve
presented to you some of possibilities to make advertisements of your small
business. Try to follow our advices and you’ll get a success in your business
- Make a Web Site of your business.
It’s the best way to market your company because Internet is the greatest
information source nowadays. After making a site, try to promote in the Web.
- Post flyers in stores like
bookstores, computer stores, libraries etc. Make some t-shirts with your
business information and contacts. Ask your family or friends to wear them
- Make some business cards printed
up with your web site address and other business information. You can leave
them in cafes or pass to people you meet.
- Make a bumper sticker printed up
with your business information. Place it on the bumper of your car. People
would see it and get interested in what you are selling or
- Print some flyers and put them
into your town citizens’ mailboxes.
- Make some small things like
calendars or pens with your business information and present them to people
you meet or make an action at schools and present some to children. Be sure
they’ll show these things to their parents.
- Post your advertisement into local
papers and Internet news boards.
- Make tag lines, also called as
slogans. Having a tag line is important to help with branding. Your slogan
will be right under your business name, and people will associate it with you
and your business.
- Advertise your business with
favorite radio. People don’t always mention what they are listening but some
time later they’ll conceive you and your business as well known and will trust
- Try to offer people special
openings and prices, compare their with something to better assure people of
buying your products or using your services.
And remember: No Advertising = No selling!
People must be confident in you and your services.