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How to market a product on a tight budget - The top 22 techniques

How to market a product on a tight budget - The top 22 techniques | Economics | Scoop.it

Learning how to market a product on a tight budget is not as difficult as you think. It requires that you learn how to combine content marketing with email marketing then amplify your effort with a combination of social media marketing and influencer marketing. These 4 strategies are all you really need if you’re committed.

 

The alternative to learning these 4 strategies is hiring a sales team and paying for advertising. Obviously, not much of an option if you’re on a tight budget or if you have no budget at all.

 

That’s the beauty of what I’m sharing in this post. The only thing required is time and conviction. The goal of the content shared below is to provide you with the ultimate learners guide to deploy your time and conviction so that you can save money while you market your product and increase your sales....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, August 28, 2013 1:54 PM

Useful checklist of marketing tips for the budget-strapped business.

Ron Sela's curator insight, August 29, 2013 11:08 PM

How to market a product on a tight budget - The top 22 techniques

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America's secret intelligence budget, in 11 (nay, 13) charts - Washington Post (blog)

America's secret intelligence budget, in 11 (nay, 13) charts - Washington Post (blog) | Economics | Scoop.it
America's secret intelligence budget, in 11 (nay, 13) charts Washington Post (blog) Barton Gellman, the crazy good investigative reporter who broke the NSA story for us a few months back, has a major scoop with Greg Miller and researcher Julie Tate...
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