Business Tips: How to Market a Small Business with a Limited Budget

Business Tips: How to Market a Small Business with a Limited Budget

Awesome Tip: How to Market a Small Business with a Limited Budget

This question and answer came from Episode 3 of the #AskGaryVee show!

Question: What is your advice for small businesses with limited marketing budgets?

Answer: When you’re hustling and you have limited budget, you might think you’re in trouble, but truthfully, the best way to close that financial gap is to work harder. You need a little extra hustle when you’re limited. Put the TV remote down and work a little harder, for a little longer. Tactically, this depends on the business, but business development is always the way to go. Hustle. Knock on doors. Spread your message. With a limited budget, time is really you’re only asset. My advice? Spend more of it working.

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34 Replies to “Business Tips: How to Market a Small Business with a Limited Budget”

  1. Being an ambitious entrepreneur and bootstrapping a viable business, it’s imperative for you to be equipped with a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of the fundamental variables that play a pivotal role in determining both the internal and external environmental conditions congenial for your business.

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  2. Hey there Gary. First off I want to say thanks for keeping shit real I appreciate that! Second I want to say Im ready! I have had my business for two decades now and always used it as a means to travel and “get by” but now I have Kids and I want my business to grow to the highest level possible. I have changed much in my life but still need to improve! Help me brother.

  3. This sounds like a critical point. Trying hard right now. I feel like I'm sprinting at mile one of the marathon when I should be training or at least pacing it out since it's so early. Maybe even micro speed in the VERY VERY beginning isn't such a great idea?

  4. For my small business, Shillingford, an apparel company. We've found that cross promoting with other businesses makes things easier as well. So you can hashtag and tag more relevant things along with having more companies posting the same content.

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