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Anyone any suggestions as to where is best to advertise a new business? I've done the usual gumtree / vivastreet ads, but not sure where else will get the most hits... any help is much appreciated.… Read More
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Anyone any suggestions as to where is best to advertise a new business? I've done the usual gumtree / vivastreet ads, but not sure where else will get the most hits...

any help is much appreciated...
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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yell.com - freeindex
#2
depends what market you are trying to attract.....
#3
Might depend what the business is. Let us know.

If you have a vehicle, look into getting your company logo/details printed onto it. Just remember not to get drawn into road rage though, doesn't reflect well on the business! :thumbsup:

Best of luck.
#4
Also, try [url]www.Friday-ad.com[/url]
#5
Trickyjabs
Might depend what the business is. Let us know.


yeah, if its mroe intimate stick a card in a phone box :lol:
#6
Thanks for the ideas (bar the phone box one, it aint that kinda service!)

I'm a newly registered Childminder, i've used Vistaprint as well for business cards/ car magnet too...
#7
So you're providing childcare in an at home setting. You can use vistaprint as you have said to create business cards flyers etc and even a webpage.

Provide flyers to any parent who calls you, hand them out at the local school, see if your local tesco's/doctors surgery/mums and babies group has a notice board you could attach your information card to.

Make sure you encourage word of mouth advertising.

Wear a uniform with your information clearly displayed and advertised on the back as you walk to and from school.

Marketing, marketing x x
#8
ClarityofMind
So you're providing childcare in an at home setting. You can use vistaprint as you have said to create business cards flyers etc and even a webpage.

Provide flyers to any parent who calls you, hand them out at the local school, see if your local tesco's/doctors surgery/mums and babies group has a notice board you could attach your information card to.

Make sure you encourage word of mouth advertising.

Wear a uniform with your information clearly displayed and advertised on the back as you walk to and from school.

Marketing, marketing x x


Some very sound advice that I completely agree with. :thumbsup:
#9
Thanks clarity of mind, I'll take your advice.

i've got my website set up already, and got postcards with my business details on it that I could hand out to people. I'll maybe do your suggestion of gettin t-shirts done too, my 1 year old would look fab advertising her mummys business!! :o)
#10
sweetexception
Thanks for the ideas (bar the phone box one, it aint that kinda service!)

I'm a newly registered Childminder, i've used Vistaprint as well for business cards/ car magnet too...


try [url]www.netmums.com[/url] - often see Childminders posting on there.
#11
sweetexception
Thanks clarity of mind, I'll take your advice.

i've got my website set up already, and got postcards with my business details on it that I could hand out to people. I'll maybe do your suggestion of gettin t-shirts done too, my 1 year old would look fab advertising her mummys business!! :o)


and totally cute too x x
#12
Hang on, isn't Vistaprint the company that runs the recurring charge scam?
#13
I know of a few childminders who've used vistaprint for quite some time now and never had a problem with it... anyone on here had any probs??
#14
dxx
Hang on, isn't Vistaprint the company that runs the recurring charge scam?


i've seen this mentioned but i've never been charged any more than i should have

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