Affordable network marketing — disks, bookmarks, bumper stickers …
Methods of network marketing on a tight budget:
Media: CDs and DVDs have the power to stimulate and engage network marketing listeners and viewers with greater impact than printed materials. They are inexpensive to reproduce and the cost of mailing disks is very low because of their smallish size and light weight.
Students learn more and retain more when video is used in teaching, according to studies by the National Teaching Training Institute. Viewers stay more engaged: 85% of teachers find that students are more engaged when television is used when teaching, 90% of teachers report that their students learn more, 89% say students retain more with instructional video.
Paper bookmarks: Make bookmarks with usage tips for your best-selling network marketing products. Bookmarks are easy to create on a home computer and printer using card stock paper.
For example, say your supplement alleviates arthritis pain. Create a bookmark that highlights how your product makes a difference. Include a testimonial on your bookmarks and tell how readers can reach you for more information. Take the bookmarks to your public library, look up the popular book titles on arthritis, and place your bookmark within the books.
Bumper stickers and buttons: These traditional tools advertise your network marketing offers while you are going about your normal activities. They both offer cheap ways to get your message seen every day.
Have you ever not read a bumper sticker on the back of the car in front of you? Even corny ones get noticed. Bumper stickers continue working for you even when your car is just sitting in a parking space.
Bumper stickers or buttons don’t require a lot of text. In fact, the shorter, the better. They make great venues for your seven-word sound bite or unique network marketing selling proposal. Just tag on your web address or phone number and your car or button becomes a roaming mini-billboard. You can also apply stickers to large envelopes or packages when sending mail.