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3. Noteworthy email marketing efforts. If you’re looking to reach your customers and stick to a tight budget, email marketing might do the trick. It’s your chance to keep your customers in the loop. But it’s also important to remember how frustrating a cluttered inbox can be, especially when the emails are coming from a company you trust. Make it your practice to send only current or potential customers concise and necessary content they can act on. Be sure to make it shareable and consider mobile devices in the design process.
Get the kind of traffic that is targeted to your product.Just think, if the person who visited your website has no interest whatsoever in what you are offering, they will be among those who move on and never come back. Write articles for publication in e-zines and e-reports. This way you can locate publications that is focusing on your target customers and what you have put up might just grab their interest.