Fast Advertisement Strategies for Startup Business

This is what most business are trying to target nowadays, this will help them reduce the amount they spend on their advertisement.
This could really be achieved if you follow the proper steps, it is one of the great strategies top businesses use nowadays.

Any of their products being sent or displayed to potential customers who are very well interested in their product or services generates massive sales.
This works most especially for grown businesses whom have constant buyers.

Just imagine a company producing a product worth 50,000 dollars and expecting a profit which worth 15,000 dollars.
If they are able to reach the main buyers of their products with little or no advertisement, they will make a lot of profits and sell the product faster.
In this articles, I will be explaining the steps you should follow.

1. Geo-location Targeting.

Your business or services could yield great sales depending on the location.
For example, you advertised a technology product in a city and a village.

All things being equal, the city would yield more sales than the village because the potential buyers of the product or people who might use the technology products to solve daily problems are many in the city.
The village could yield little or no buyers of the product because of the rural environment.

When running Facebook or Google ads, you could discover the location which yield more sales by advertising in different locations.
This might be expensive because you are advertising the products in different locations which will cost you more money.

But when you target the main locations which yielded more sales, you wouldn’t need to spend much on advertisement again.
This work the most if your company produces a constant product, if in the future your company produces newer products, you could do a generalized advertisement.

2. Seasonal Condition.

This is for a specific type of products. There are some seasons that some products are greatly needed thus yielding great sales for the producers of the products.
For example during cold-weather conditions, there is a great demands for sweaters, socks and other clothing that keeps the body warm.
At the same time, during hot-weather conditions, there is great demands for umbrellas.

As a company which produces products which are seasonal based, you should produce more of the products during the needed time.

3. Email subscription.

Whenever a customer is being redirected to purchase a product from your website, the customer needs to register, when registering there is a check box that should ask if a customer would like to be receiving the company offers.

Anyone who opt in is really interested in your products and would like to receive different offers or to notified when a new product is being produced.
Those who opt in are targeted potential buyers, they tend to purchase your product or services more often.

4. Price.

There are some categories of buyers interested in cheap products, they aren’t after quality.
This categories of customers are easy to target, you company could just produce a very cheap product which serves a great purpose then advertise it.

It will yield great sales because almost everyone would be interested and want to purchase your product.
Also if your company have few products remaining and you want to quickly sell it out so it won’t be a wastage.
The best thing to do is to sell it half or almost half of the real price.

5. Search engine advertising.

Search engine advertising, also known as pay-per-click (PPC) advertising, involves placing ads on search engine results pages (SERPs like google or bing) for specific keywords related to the startup’s products or services. PPC advertising is a highly targeted approach to advertising that can yield quick results but would cost you some money for production.

6. Influencer marketing.

Influencer marketing involves partnering with influential individuals in the startup’s or entertainment industry to promote the startup’s products or services. Influencer marketing is an effective way to reach a large audience quickly and to build brand trust.

Thereby, creating this special trust and legitimacy amongst your competitors.

7. Referral marketing.

Referral marketing involves incentivizing existing customers to refer new customers to the startup’s products or services. Referral marketing is a cost-effective way to generate leads and build customer loyalty. Most customers would want rewards or discounts which would make them to refer friends and families to your business.


Generally, startup businesses should focus on creating a comprehensive advertising strategy that includes a mixture of the above strategies, depending on the startup’s target audience and industry. It’s important to measure the effectiveness of each strategy and adjust the strategy as needed to ensure that the startup is getting the best return on investment.

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