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    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.
    Step 3: The remaining balances represent your minimum and maximum allowable ad budgets for the year. Most advertising salespeople will tell you that "5 to 7 percent of gross sales" is the correct amount to budget for advertising, but don't you believe it. It simply isn't possible to designate a percentage of gross sales for advertising without taking into consideration the markup on your average sale and your rent.


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    Just spend as little as possible and see if you have any luck. If it looks profitable, spend more than 40 dollars.


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    Calculating Your Ad Budget
    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.


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    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. ...
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    Just spend as little as possible and see if you have any luck. If it looks profitable, spend more than 40 dollars.


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