What is the most common query we hear from start-up and even established small business owners who don’t have much cash flow – how can I market my business for very little or no cost? If you’re short on marketing ideas, this is the place for you! DIY low cost marketing ideas!
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Following this session, you will be given a sheet containing 250 plus marketing tools and ideas, and we will talk through some of these – the one’s that generically apply to most small businesses and some examples specific to the businesses in the room/on the call. Walk away with practical ideas to implement for your business. This fast-paced, action-packed session starts with a quick marketing refresh and continues into the following areas:
Hands-on component: This session is about introducing the tools and techniques available, so there is not a hands-on component. The session will be interactive with lots of opportunities for attendees to ask questions.
Take-home for attendees: Attendees will receive a copy of the slides and a comprehensive spreadsheet with HUNDREDS of ideas and tools to use for DIY Low Cost Marketing.
Attendee restrictions/pre-requisites: No pre-requisites. Please note there will be reasonable overlap with the Low Cost Online Marketing Workshop, but this workshop contains new content as well, especially on the IRL (in real life) marketing areas. Attendees need to be from NSW and register for ASBAS Digital Solutions as this session is funded by the Australian Federal Government program.
Marketing bio: Jane first studied marketing back in uni, and continues to update marketing knowledge and testing it in the real world. Jane has studied and implemented many marketing, sales and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) strategies learned from wise sources such as Google, Hubspot, The Digital Picnic, Ryan Serhant, Kate Toon, Grant Cardone, Neil Patel and many more. The best of this vast knowledge and testing had been combined into this session.
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