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Mr. Blue
03-03-2014, 11:53 AM
As an owner of a small business I found advertising to be quite a dilemma. There are so many big corporations to compete with that it takes a lot of thought. I decided I would set aside an exact amount and pay no more for advertising until there was more money to advertise. How about you all? Where do you advertise and how much do you spend?

coffee
03-03-2014, 02:44 PM
I currently don't spend anything at all. What I've done in the past is find websites where my target market is and buy an ad there as well as be active as possible in communities. I pitched my small business as a future article in the local newspaper, and they sent someone to interview me. I leave business cards and/or flyers on bulletin boards around town. I try to use my blog as an indirect way to advertise. Google occasionally sends me offers for free $100 in adwords so I use those.

Jessi
03-03-2014, 04:20 PM
I currently spend very little.

In general, if you're trying to compete with big corporations, you need to find the spin that makes you unique. For example, if you're more personalized, then target this idea. And then implement it on your advertising by choosing niche areas that the big corporations may be ignoring. So your competitors may be on billboards, but they're probably not on the local grocery store community boards.

M.K
03-03-2014, 08:53 PM
At the moment I do all my own advertising. I don't operate a large-scale business so I don't need to invest on widespread marketing quite yet. I do a lot of guerilla marketing online and use a few different platforms. I invest about one hour per day strictly on advertising.

pahagwl
03-04-2014, 09:32 AM
I agree with your point of view that you have to set aside a particular amount as your advertising budget and stick to it until you have more money to advertise your product or service. It is very essential that you do not overspend on advertising because this will result in unnecessary strain on the resources of your business. I generally try to follow this approach and most of my advertising budget is spent on online and local ads trying to get my product across to my targeted audience.

Chia
03-04-2014, 12:22 PM
Right now I focus on advertising through social media. It is very effective for the cost (free). If you spend time advertising you can save a lot of cash. I do plan on spending a little every month on advertising once I can fit it in the budget.

alec
03-04-2014, 03:24 PM
Like many here I advertise through Facebook, Google+ or Twitter. If you have an idea about how things work and how to market using social platforms you have access to costless advertising. You can start by building pages / accounts for your business on all popular platforms. Next you should add interesting content to built your accounts and engage your users. By engaging your followers you make sure your business growns naturally since people like to share what they're fond of.

Finally, to answer your question, I'll say that I pay nothing for advertising.

cpefley
03-04-2014, 03:39 PM
I don't have a marketing budget, but I think that it depends on what type of business you are in. Not all businesses need to start with a huge expensive marketing campaign. Start small, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr., Reddit, and build from there. Word of mouth is the best advertising as well. If you are a local business and can hand out flyers, that is a relatively inexpensive option. Banners and sign wavers are great for bringing in traffic as well.

gadgetised
03-04-2014, 09:48 PM
None. Use social media to the best of your advantage and try to get search engine traffic through SEO.

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03-05-2014, 04:59 AM
Currently I truly do most my own, personal marketing. I will not operate a new large-scale organization so i don't need to invest about widespread promoting very yet. I truly do many guerilla marketing online and also use a few different tools. I invest about 60 minutes every day just about marketing.

Lithium
03-05-2014, 11:36 AM
I don't spend a dime on advertising. Facebook and Twitter are good for me anyway.

albertj786
03-11-2014, 02:46 AM
i did my all business by myself marketing budget not that much big usually i advertise my business on social networks and on other social sites blogs which help me get traffic and rank

Taru
03-11-2014, 11:04 PM
I don't technically pay for advertisements as they are not too necessary for Ebay stores or at least just for mine, but I do pay around $50 per month to get premium listing. I understand that there are some lower cost packages but this is the one that I ultimately decided on getting at first and I just ended up continuing it since it has proven to work for me. As a supplement, I also use social sites to network, and although it is free, it still does take up a bit of time so I think I made a good decision to just pay for premium listing since otherwise I might have been forced to spend a lot more time using free means.

delusional
03-13-2014, 05:02 AM
I almost spend none. I have once tried Google Adwords because I had a $100 coupon. It had a great return but now I don't feel the need to invest in advertising anymore.

fredkawig
03-13-2014, 09:35 AM
I don't spend any on advertising. I use the free stuff including social media websites and other alternatives which are free.

JohnSword
03-14-2014, 02:58 AM
If you have a marketing budget then I think it's quite important to set aside a portion of your budget on advertising.

It takes money to make money, particularly in advertising. Simply put, advertising is your investment in raising awareness among potential and future customers. The return on investment in advertising is increased sales – and hopefully you make double or triple your money back. Without advertising, your sales targets may not know they have a problem or desire, or that you are the one to resolve that.

The Small Business Administration (SBA) recommends that small businesses (under $5 million annual revenue) should allocate 7-8 percent of its budget to marketing. It's a reasonable percentage, and one that I use for my business.

lisacarolynn
03-15-2014, 01:54 PM
Investing only time don't work always and yeah we need to advertise with money, I do with facebook these days

Jhon Staphen
03-17-2014, 03:57 AM
Advertising needs much more. I spend a lot. And truly I have no idea that how much I spend.

Lithium
03-18-2014, 11:11 AM
My father has spent no money on the advertising and he is quite successful now. Try to use social media.

idlecuriosities
03-18-2014, 11:44 AM
It depends on what kind of business you are running, your location, and what kind of consumer base is already in place. There is no one true answer. If your business is in an out of the way location without a lot of foot traffic, you are going to need to advertise heavily. Context is everything when it comes to question like this.

Eagles910
03-18-2014, 02:13 PM
It depends on what kind of business you are running, your location, and what kind of consumer base is already in place. There is no one true answer. If your business is in an out of the way location without a lot of foot traffic, you are going to need to advertise heavily. Context is everything when it comes to question like this.

I agree with this 100%. There are too many variables to give you a helpful response. The OP needs to be more specific.

pr0xx1d
03-18-2014, 05:30 PM
I spent about $100 on my blog and saw a massive increase in traffic. Advertising is unfortunately a necessity when running any form of online business. Especially websites, blogs, social media, etc.

mikelouis
03-19-2014, 12:05 AM
It depends on the business. There are those businesses that need a lot of money for advertising money before they can actually work. But for an online business, it is much easier to make it happen. Simply use social media sites that will easily get you connected and they are free to use. Less money is spent for online marketing.

caparica007
03-19-2014, 04:33 AM
So far I am spending nothing with advertising, I simply can't afford it. I am cutting my margins in some promotions I am making on Facebook, like 20 or 30% off and similar to see if I attract new customers, but I can't afford real advertising. My storefront has advertising and I get discounts from my suppliers as well for having it there, but that's not paid advertising.

ha777yya
03-19-2014, 12:02 PM
My job is SEO, and i've got previous social experience. So i spend none. Utilizing these FREE tools can be huge. Get a social presence and optimize your site and you won't need to.

AB9100
03-28-2014, 02:46 PM
Honestly it depends on how much business i am receiving.

If i am receiving a lot of business i usually h stop advertising for a while, and save up for the next drought of customers.

However if my business is struggling. I would be willing to go deep into my business accounts to stir up new clients. I advertise on a need basis. owning a local business. I have to manage my funds very closely. The majority of the advertising i do is generally cheap. I do things such as printing small posters, and hanging them around town. I also print fliers, and give them to restaurants to hand out to their customers.

I live in a small town Which means i do not need much exposure. "Word of mouth" is the form of marketing in my town. The most i have ever spent on advertising is a few thousand dollars.

garfish
03-28-2014, 03:23 PM
I was thinking this way back then when I started my online business. Having to compete with the huge companies that do PPC and SEO, its an endless battle to go up the rank on the search results so what I did was to focus on facebook and youtube videos just so I can see real people is actually seeing my company profile and that my services will be notice particularly those who don't even know about it.

peter90
04-03-2014, 02:50 AM
Initially, it depends on you that what type of advertising you wanna do.? There r ample of things you can do for promoting your product like you can do advertise offline as well as online .According to your budget you can do promotion.Now days , the trends is to promote their product from 'Word of mouth.'

Didi
04-03-2014, 10:25 AM
I haven't spent a dime on ads. Maybe this is just me, but I don't like to spend extra money for something that's not worth it.

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pr0xx1d
04-04-2014, 04:11 AM
If you do it right, Twitter is just as powerful if not WAY more powerful than any advertising campaign you could ever pay for. Just work hard and social media and social media will work hard for you. :)

Didi
04-04-2014, 12:27 PM
I don't think I've ever spent more than 10% of my earnings. You don't need to spend a fortune in order to be successful.

sweetkymom
04-04-2014, 03:52 PM
I would stick to free advertising. Craigslist, Twitter and Facebook are to name a few. If you really wated to, a cheap ad in the newspaper would work. There's no need to go waste a lot of money on advertisement. Word of mouth is really the best advertisement and best of all, its free!

LibertyDenied
04-04-2014, 05:33 PM
As an owner of a small business I found advertising to be quite a dilemma. There are so many big corporations to compete with that it takes a lot of thought. I decided I would set aside an exact amount and pay no more for advertising until there was more money to advertise. How about you all? Where do you advertise and how much do you spend?

Have yet to spend anything on advertising. Since I want to offer a service, I'm looking for ways to make money, then use the resulting product as my initial advertisement. I'm sure most writers and journalists start out with that little loop. I am still at the stage where I'm adding more to my portfolio and making sure it's all showing up in my Google+ pages.

AB9100
04-04-2014, 06:23 PM
I was thinking this way back then when I started my online business. Having to compete with the huge companies that do PPC and SEO, its an endless battle to go up the rank on the search results so what I did was to focus on facebook and youtube videos just so I can see real people is actually seeing my company profile and that my services will be notice particularly those who don't even know about it.

I completely agree with this.

There are tons of free ways to advertise online. There is social media, forums, ad sites like Craigslist. I would work those first. Promote your site on every medium you can.

In my opinion. You should only spend money when you have to. like i said. There are tons of free ways to advertise. The key is to take advantage of them all. That way you maximize your potential.

cameronpalte
04-04-2014, 06:43 PM
The amount I spend on advertising depends on the business that I am running it can vary anywhere from a few hundred to thousands or tens of thousands of dollars, however, I have never reached hundreds of thousands of dollars. With that said for a small business maximizing your returns depends on not using the mainstream advertising methods used by large corporations and finding your own ways that maximize your return per dollar.

eagle22
04-04-2014, 09:22 PM
I am currently spending about 500 dollars per week on advertising, but the only reason I am able to do this is because I am actually breaking even. When I spend 500 dollars I make about 500 dollars back, so I just invest the money to grow my following.

Didi
04-05-2014, 03:32 AM
I have never spent more than 100 dollars, actually. Advertising isn't worth it unless you are sure that it will work for you.

Weact1979
04-22-2014, 08:35 AM
Don't spend too much if you start a new business, it depends upon your website type. You can do SEO for your website it is a good option to get traffic and having various technique.using social media networks are very good to promote your website and boost traffic to your website.use social networking sites like Facebook, google plus, twitter, my space etc.......

Booy
05-31-2014, 02:31 PM
Maybe this is a little late reply but I wanted to make one anyway!

So how much should you spend for advertising? Well I learnt that when you make a business plan and a budget then take the amount you need for the company, double it and use half the budget for advertising. For example. If you need 100 000 to start a business, double the budget, use 100 000 for the business and 100 000 for adversiting about it! Anyway that's how I learnt it.

Goodluck,
Booy Faassen

mattandshana
06-01-2014, 06:44 PM
As fellow newbies, we have also determined that the best option was to set aside a certain amount of money and only use that much each payday. When our business starts making money (which, we hope is very soon), we will put that money back into our marketing efforts. We are planning for a day when it will fund all of its own marketing.

Our main focus, at this time, is to generate leads, we have chosen to focus our marketing efforts on solo ads and free classified advertising... solo ads have been proven to be a way to quickly build up a list of leads. There is an inherent flaw in this, however. The quality of the leads that one is able to pull from solo ads is not guaranteed... therefore, you may get 100-300 leads that don't ever convert to customers.

Of course, much of this means nothing if you are trying to reach a local audience. If I had more information about the type of business that you own, I could shed a bit more light on specific ideas for your marketing campaigns. Send me an email or PM and, we'll see what we can do for you.

Best of Luck,

Matt & Shana

alicelinon
06-12-2014, 01:24 AM
My business is small. So i don't spend money on advertising. Everyday, i do SEO by myself.

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integritymarketing
06-24-2014, 07:32 AM
I mostly spent on PPC and my monthly budget around 200 to 300 dollars.

panditgswami
07-01-2014, 04:02 AM
i am paying little bit that was my time i have my own website but i am doing advertising on social media sites and it's too much helpful.....thanks

amayajace
11-25-2019, 01:16 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 per cent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 per cent to 12 per cent range.

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11-27-2019, 03:40 AM
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vinitha
12-06-2019, 07:00 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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12-18-2019, 01:13 AM
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01-25-2020, 12:08 AM
According to me, you should undoubtedly start promoting your business through different platforms of Social Media. Nowadays this is the best way to grow your business and reach to your targeted clients for free. You can use Facebook, Instagram, Linked In, Twitter and many more. You don't have to pay anything at initial basis.

lishmaliny
01-28-2020, 04:19 AM
The average small business invests about 1 percent of its revenues into advertising. It may not sound like a significant expense, but the rate has been steady for the past few years.”

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01-28-2020, 04:34 AM
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02-13-2020, 07:19 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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03-18-2020, 12:48 PM
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03-30-2020, 11:14 PM
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03-31-2020, 12:39 AM
There is multiple of kind of advertising like online, offline, via tv, poster etc. Its depend on you if you budget is low you can start with low budget and if yoour budget are high you can advertise your business as you like

Geethan
04-06-2020, 09:34 AM
It depends on what you do, how much it cost to convert a client (average) and what you need to live on. If this is a new business, I would recommend investing everything you can into marketing.

A big mistake I see is people tapping into their money when they first start out..For the first year--reinvest, reinvest, reinvest.

There isn't so much an equation as being smart about where you spend the money.

Where is your target market at? How would your brand fair on a specific site? Don't just throw 5k at the wall--be smart, do research, and discover where is the best place to spend.

If you're spending 5k and not getting any leads, something isn't right. You need to go back and analyze your ad placement.

holisticbuilder
04-08-2020, 03:59 AM
I have to spend 300$+ on a monthly basis.

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04-10-2020, 04:39 AM
I agree with you that you’ve got to spend money to make money. I’ll like to add that you if you don’t know what you are doing and you just spend money all in the name that you want to make money, you will end up going bankrupt.

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06-04-2020, 04:15 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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06-04-2020, 05:12 AM
I spend very little with unique searchable content. still its effective.

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06-08-2020, 12:30 PM
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06-19-2020, 01:59 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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08-07-2020, 03:30 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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08-07-2020, 03:40 AM
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09-08-2020, 12:28 AM
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Geethan
09-08-2020, 01:20 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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09-15-2020, 04:23 AM
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09-16-2020, 06:34 AM
How much do brands spend on advertising?
Companies are constantly vying for consumers' attention, and they're spending more than ever to get it. Collectively, the top 200 advertisers in the US spent a record $163 billion on advertising in 2018, up 3.6% year on year, according to Ad Age's annual Leading National Advertisers report.

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10-13-2020, 01:04 AM
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10-13-2020, 03:47 AM
I currently don't spend anything at all. What I've done in the past is find websites where my target market is and buy an ad there as well as be active as possible in communities. I pitched my small business as a future article in the local newspaper, and they sent someone to interview me. I leave business cards and/or flyers on bulletin boards around town. I try to use my blog as an indirect way to advertise. Google occasionally sends me offers for free $100 in adwords so I use those.

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10-22-2020, 07:52 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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10-24-2020, 01:23 AM
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10-24-2020, 01:32 AM
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11-03-2020, 11:09 PM
It depends on what you do, how much it cost to convert a client (average) and what you need to live on. If this is a new business, I would recommend investing everything you can into marketing.

A big mistake I see is people tapping into their money when they first start out..For the first year--reinvest, reinvest, reinvest.

There isn't so much an equation as being smart about where you spend the money.

Where is your target market at? How would your brand fair on a specific site? Don't just throw 5k at the wall--be smart, do research, and discover where is the best place to spend.

If you're spending 5k and not getting any leads, something isn't right. You need to go back and analyze your ad placement.

Best of luck!

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05-02-2021, 07:15 AM
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05-04-2021, 10:41 AM
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05-08-2021, 06:10 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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05-08-2021, 06:13 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your revenue on marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in revenue and have net profit margins in the 10 to 12 percent range.

valluri
05-08-2021, 06:17 AM
Step 1: Take 10 percent and 12 percent of your projected annual, gross sales and multiply each by the markup made on your average transaction. ...
Step 2: Deduct your annual cost of occupancy (rent) from the adjusted 10 percent of sales number and the adjusted 12 percent number.

jayam12
05-10-2021, 07:30 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

mithu
05-10-2021, 07:33 AM
Step 1: Take 10 percent and 12 percent of your projected annual, gross sales and multiply each by the markup made on your average transaction. ...
Step 2: Deduct your annual cost of occupancy (rent) from the adjusted 10 percent of sales number and the adjusted 12 percent number.

valluri
05-10-2021, 07:36 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your revenue on marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in revenue and have net profit margins in the 10 to 12 percent range.

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05-11-2021, 01:52 AM
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05-11-2021, 08:14 PM
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05-11-2021, 11:37 PM
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05-14-2021, 10:54 AM
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05-15-2021, 01:55 AM
To spend on advertising, the first thing to do is making a budget, there are few points to consider:

1) Set Marketing Goals
2) Check Your Marketing Foundation
3) Spend

bracknelson
05-15-2021, 01:58 AM
To spend on advertising, the first thing to do is making a budget, there are few points to consider:

1) Set Marketing Goals
2) Check Your Marketing Foundation
3) Spend

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05-22-2021, 06:58 AM
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06-08-2021, 10:54 AM
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06-09-2021, 10:47 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.

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06-09-2021, 11:47 PM
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06-11-2021, 10:48 AM
The U.S. Small Business Administration recommends spending 7 to 8 percent of your gross revenue for marketing and advertising if you're doing less than $5 million a year in sales and your net profit margin—after all expenses—is in the 10 percent to 12 percent range.