9 bootstrapping ideas for small business publicity

9 bootstrapping ideas for small business publicity

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P.T. Barnum was the master of the publicity stunt Free publicity is one of the best tools that you can use to promote and grow your small business or startup. P.T. Barnum used it to grow his little circus to international fame. Thomas Edison used it to destroy his competition...
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