20 No-Cost Marketing Ideas

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Right now marketing is more important than ever. But what to do if your budget has been whacked by the economic downturn? Here are 20 no-cost marketing ideas to help you engage customers and spread the word without spending any cash. Tough times never last, but tough (and resourceful) marketers do.
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About Keith Monaghan

Keith Monaghan helps businesses with their marketing strategy and advises them on building relationships in today’s hyper-social marketplace.

He earned his marketing stripes in the Silicon Valley during the dot-com boom (and subsequent bust), where he learned how technology and marketing work together. And sometimes how they don’t.

Keith also enjoys spending time with his family, playing the guitar, and drinking way too much tea.

He writes about all things marketing at www.keithmonaghan.com


Review by: Romana Van Lissum on March 25, 2012 :
Some great tips that were brief. Thanks for sharing links that I hadn't heard about before.
A great little read!
(review of free book)

Review by: Krista D. Ball on July 31, 2010 :
While nothing earth-shattering, it has some basic ideas to get people's minds moving. The suggestions are low-cost to no-cost, though does assume the reader is moderately tech-savvy.

Worth downloading and then researching the options that you like.
(review of free book)

Review by: Michelle Read on April 29, 2010 :
I enjoyed this concise gem packed tightly with overviews of several good marketing strategies. I actually really enjoyed that it was brief and compact. I was able to take what I learned (some obvious, some I hadn't considered) and work it into my own plan. A good read!
(review of free book)

Review by: j-views on Jan. 10, 2010 :
I found nothing stunningly original here that I haven't considered before - but everything is well-explained without being over-wordy or pompous (a common fault with many of these business strategy books).

As "me" pointed out, some of these things will require time and effort - but hey - if good marketing was easy, we'd all be doing it. I'm keeping this list of ideas close at hand to remind me what I should be doing.
(review of free book)

Review by: me on Jan. 06, 2010 :
It's a very short book - only around 6 pages - which means each idea gets around a paragraph to make its case but there's also a generous sprinkling of links to other resources if you want to take it further.

The ideas are good on the whole - although most will require some investment of time.

The link to Google Conversion University made it worth the read for me - and that'll probably end up being true - of at least some of the links or tips - for you.
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