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10 Ways To Promote Your Business With $5

10 Ways To Promote Your Business With $5
Do you want to give your business a boost but you don’t want to spend a lot of money? Try out Fiverr.com. It is a very usefull website to promote your business. Essentially, it’s a marketplace where you can can sell and buy gigs that are priced at $5. Gigs range from doing video testimonials to sending out Tweets to writing a romantic sonnet. In this article I will sum up 10 examples of how to promote your business for only $5 by showing you some gigs that where posted on Fiverr.com. So, here we go: Adnagam will post a tweet of your choice to 33,000 Twitter followers for $5 Adnagam has over 34,000 followers on Twitter spanning all categories and would like to post a link to your site or whatever you’d like her to say on her twitter once a day to my followers. Pro_facebook will get you 300 likes on your facebook page in 24h Do you need Facebook likes but don’t want to give out your username and Id? Linkedinpro will help you grow your network by over 2000 LinkedIn connections for $5

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