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Usually, the need of online promotion will vary from business, products/services. So what's your business?

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Hi!

Here are some tips in promoting your business:

  • Advertise. For the beginners, social media marketing is the best way to advertise. Eg, facebook, twitter, LinkedIn. Always remember to consider others suggestion, opinions or questions regarding your business.
  • Create your own website/blogs. This stategy can help you to become more accesible to your audiences.
  • Network. Meet other relative business is an effective form of business promotion. You can ask for referrals.
  • Be good at your first costumers. This can give you feedbacks so that other potential clients can easily convince in patronizing your business.
  • Submit your business in any Directory listings.

Those tips are just some of the tips to promote your business and it up to you of how you will plan your attack to convince your target market.

Goodluck!

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As usualonpage and off page SEO works arethe oneand only way to promote your online website.

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Hidear,

Here are some tips in promoting your business:

  1. Create your own blog (web 2.0)
  2. Social book marking
  3. Business Directory listing
  4. Vedio sharing
  5. Article Submission
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Marketing/Promoting is very important for any business...it gives the business a recognition.Online marketing is heeding its way in a faster pace when compared to traditional marketing.I think this is due to the increase usage of internet among people.Also this type of marketing is simple,cost effective, reach a larger crowd instantly and even the results can be traced back using tools.Internet marketing involves E-mail marketing,SEO,article/blog submission,rewards or discounts through their website,online advertisements etc.There are providers like Tucktail.com where they provide this email marketing service,SEO techniques to improve the business.

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Here are seven ways to promote your business online that won't cost you a dime:

  1. Use the three big local listing services

Registering your business with Google Places allows it to be found more easily on Google searches and it shows up on Google Maps. All you have to do is fill out the form and register, then get your business verified through their confirmation process, which can be done either with a phone call or snail mail. Yahoo! also has a big database of businesses called Yahoo! Local. It's free, and is certainly worth the few minutes it takes to set up. Microsoft's Bing has a similar service that's easy to sign up for.

  1. Embrace social media

Social media isn't just a tool to gain exposure—it has now become a necessary time investment for every business to make. You can tie in ads and offers on your Facebook page and have a direct channel with your customers on Twitter. Networking on LinkedIn—both at the personal and company level—can be another way to help your startup.

  1. Start a blog

A blog not only helps your company get its name out through followers, but is a way to connect with your consumers more directly. But remember that one of the major keys of blogging is to keep your stream updated as frequently as you can. A dormant, abandoned blog is worth nothing.

  1. Put up multimedia on YouTube and Flickr

YouTube provides a free way to distribute creative promotional videos, but in order to succeed you must put up content that people want to view and are relevant to your business—a simple ad will not work. A Flickr profile can also help by giving you one place to compile all the photos for your business, and allows you to link back to your website.

  1. SEO your company website

Search engine optimization cannot be underestimated in the world of constant Googling. Pick up a book or head over to an online how-to-guide on SEO and make sure your site is primed for performance on search engines.

  1. Press releases

Every time your business does something newsworthy, don't hesitate to shoot off a press release—maybe folks will pick up on it. They're a powerful media tool to use to help generate publicity, and having free distribution of them is a bonus. There are dozens of websites out there that you can use for your press releases, such as PRLog and 24/7 Press Release.

  1. Join a relevant online community and contribute

Every niche has communities online that you can get involved in. But just signing up for a forum and posting every once in a while about your business isn't beneficial for anyone, and will likely just annoy people. Actively contribute and build a rapport with the community, while keeping your business out of it. Passively promote your business by putting a link in your signature or mentioning it only when the context is appropriate.

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Hi!

Here are some helpful ways in promoting your online business:

First, you need to create a website so that your future costumers would know some information about you and your business. Second, write an article. Start blogging and write some good stories about the products/services your are offering. Third, promote your business on your social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. This can help you expose your business.

Of course, put the necessary keywords to describe and explain the usage of the product you are promoting. Last but not the least, register on different business listing sites so that your costumers can easily locate you.

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