Few things are more exhilirating than launching a startup company. But getting the word out can be a serious challenge. Most startups don’t have a large budget for advertising, and even if they do, they need to get it right the first time. But what is right for you? Should you put more of your cash and time into postcards, newsletters, social media, or another form of advertising? With so many options, it can be overwhelming knowing where to start.
The good news is, though, that with a bit of focused efforts, start-ups can get serious traction. The key is choosing the right advertising path for your startup, which is going to be unique to you.
With that in mind, here are some easy ways to get your startup into the path of consumers.
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