Advertising Q&A

Aishah Mustapha added an answer to this question
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Aishah Mustapha

Aishah Mustapha, Content Marketer at

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The straightforward answer would be when your target buyers or clients are buying or transacting online. This applies even if your business doesn’t buy or service online. The other part of the answer would be when you have the right strategy for your goals and budget. Don’t spend on online ...  Continue Reading
Justin Gil added an answer to this question
Justin Gil

Justin Gil, Content Writer at SavvySME

How much does online advertising cost in Australia?
As an Australian business owner, creating an online advertising budget can prove to be quite tricky at the start. There are many guides online, but they're usually in American currency, not Australian. This could lead to over or under budgeting when ...  Continue Reading
Chelsea Creamer added an answer to this question
Chelsea Creamer

Chelsea Creamer, Manager at SavvySME

Basically, as much as you're willing to pay for advertising on Facebook. Generally, all the digital marketing tools have the same logic: they provide you the audience according to your budget. Of course, there are other options when you pay for each link click. Using this tool you need to know that the priority is given to the ad with the highest click-through rate. Long story short, Facebook advertising and Facebook promotion costs depend on your budget and your goal.

Philip Brookes added an answer to this question
Philip Brookes

Philip Brookes, Director at

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A publicity 'stunt' [stunt is not a dirty word!]Most businesses spend a lot of time and money devising great marketing activities based around a staple diet of SEO, Pay-per-click (Google Adwords, Remarketing, Facebook Ads, Twitter Ads, etc...), maybe some direct mail, email marketing, even radio if you ...  Continue Reading
Peter O'Donnell added an answer to this question
Peter O'Donnell

Peter O'Donnell, Presenter, Coach, educator at Thriving Tribe

Strange as it may sound places like this, and gumtree, and small classified adds in Your local paper...Good Luck

Natwar Maheshwari added an answer to this question
Natwar Maheshwari

Natwar Maheshwari

I have tried this over weenend workshops and it has works just fine with google adwords. I have never tried it with Facebook or LinkedIn Ads, reason being they are costly. We usually gathered email addresses and then had a "Buy now" or "Pay now" button, amount of people clicking this button gives you some clarity. Also gathering phone numbers and taking permission to call them has worked pretty nicely for us. We did all this as we did not want to put money for LinkedIn ads :-) We also tweeted big wigs and ask them to retweet out landing pages, this has also producted really nice results..