What are good sources for free advertising?

by tyankee7 on May 7, 2012

Post your WANT. It’s like Craigslist, but reversed. And really different. At Ubokia, you’re the rockstar. Post exactly what you want and sellers respond to you. Only talk to sellers you choose.

Question by Mary Anne: What are good sources for free advertising?

Best answer:

Answer by Dreamer57
CRAIGSLIST, CRAIGSLIST, CRAIGSLIST.

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x_vampire_x_kisses_x May 7, 2012 at 7:23 am

Craigslist and Myspace are pretty good.

Tracy May 7, 2012 at 8:12 am

There are so many I use – craigslist is really good, but you can also find some local to your area. A lot of times there are newspapers that will offer free ads for anything under a certain amount. I am an independent business owner who only uses free advertising. I started my own business about 4 months ago and am doing well that way. Google free classified ads and sort through those also. There are a million and one. Good luck!

Iknowthis! May 7, 2012 at 8:18 am

Depends if local or internet business. Also on the type of business.

Craigs list is GREAT! Also if local just posting flyers in grocery stores, leaving flyers or catalogs at local businesses such as dr’s offices, offering to be a speaker for groups, send out press releases on your business, etc.

Good luck!

mrm33064 May 7, 2012 at 8:54 am

The best form of free advertising is public relations, though good public relations isn’t free.

Getting a positive product review in a publication – or a mention on a television show – is worth several times what an advertisement would cost, and will not (itself) cost you a dime.

Speak to a good, reasonably-priced, experienced publicist. If nothing else, they may give you some great ideas for promotional events, press releases, networking contacts, etc.

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