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    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.


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    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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    Plan your future by securing your investment with Green Palms Housing Project. Investing in Gwadar | Green Palm Gwadar Plot for Sale | Investment opportunity in Gwadar


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    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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    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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    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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    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.


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    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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    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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