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Million-Dollar Marketing on a Budget


Businesses thrive on marketing regardless of their size. The more money 
you can dedicate to your marketing efforts, the more customers you’ll be 
able to reach. While huge companies may have million-dollar marketing 
budgets, you can still follow their lead without spending quite as much.

Every major marketing campaign has a few important elements. Large 
companies may spend a lot to incorporate them into their marketing, but 
you can do the same thing with a much smaller budget.

The reason for this is that the power of these elements aren’t tied to the 
amount spent on them. The following are a few of the most useful.

Branding

Every major business spends a significant amount of money on their 
branding. The brand is what builds equity, it’s what people associate with 
the promises made in the marketing. Apple, Microsoft, and Verizon are all 
easily recognizable brands that play a major part in the company’s 
marketing.

Your business may be no bigger than a simple website, but that doesn’t 
mean it shouldn’t have a brand. A good brand helps people identify with 
your business and what it does. The more recognizable your brand is, the 
easier your marketing becomes. Pick something catchy and relevant, 
create a logo, and include it in all your marketing material.

Packaging

Everyone knows you’ve bought something from Tiffany’s, because it 
comes in a distinctive blue box. Apple products come in futuristic white 
boxes. Verizon products tend to come in black packages. Every company 
has a distinctive look to their packaging and this generally carries over to
their retail locations as well as promotional materials.

You’ll get more out of your marketing efforts if you keep a cohesive and 
consistent design for everything you do. Your website should match your 
book covers, which should match the banner ads, which should also match 
your business cards. When everything has a distinctive look, people will 
have no trouble recognizing you.

Personalization

Plenty of major businesses have relied on a mascot or spokesperson of 
some sort. Geico has their gecko, McDonald’s has Ronald, and MetLife has 
Snoopy. This works because it helps personalize an otherwise complex 
and abstract corporation. People won’t typically identify with an insurance 
company but they respond well to a computer-animated lizard.

The cheapest way to do this is to become your own spokesperson. Make 
sure people identify you with your brand and business. When you show 
up in a video or on a podcast, they will instantly know who you are, what 
you do, and what you stand for. This is one of the main goals of 
marketing, so you can see how valuable it can be.

None of this takes very much money. It will, of course, require a small 
investment in research and design, but the return is incalculable and will 
continue to pay off for years to come. If you really want to market like a 
pro then you’ll want access to my professional marketing team that will 
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Stan Fuller
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