Spend wisely when starting a business

Spend wisely when starting a business Avatar Posted by tcwatson under Advertising
From http://wp.me 669 days ago
Made Hot by: Webdev1 on January 2, 2013 3:51 am
When you are just starting your own business you really need to watch how much cash your blowing on things that are not needed. A few dollars here and there can sink you.

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Written by jdavies
656 days ago

That is why me and my husband have started savinggonewild I am starting embriodary business and cant afford advertising my goal is to get every one together and work together. I think a dollar is fair to get advertising letting people know that there are smaller companies out there. That can do and have the same services and products that the large companies have.



Written by tcwatson
656 days ago

Sounds good!



Written by tcwatson
665 days ago

You bring up a good point about learning what works and what does not. I spent tons as well in the beginning. What I learned a little too late is that you just need to be "YOURSELF" online. Treat others with respect, treat your readers with respect and just make "common sense" decisions regarding your website. Make your site a reflection of "you" and the rest will take care of itself. That helps make your site as original as you. At least, that's how I see it for me. Thanks Ti for commenting.



Written by tiroberts
665 days ago

Wonderful post, Tom. It's so important to be mindful of what you spend your money on when starting a business, especially one online. I can't tell you the thousands of dollars I've wasted on products and tools that I thought were going to help me build a successful blog.

Over time, what I realized that some of the best information that I needed was actually available for free. I just had to take the time and really research and educate myself to discover what was really worth spending my money on.

I appreciate you sharing your insights on this topic. I hope many others who may need the info find this post.

Ti



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