One of the hardest parts of doing business is getting new customers. Entrepreneurs spend small fortunes gained the attention of people who might be interested in what they have to sell.
In the retail world, it’s no secret that if you are a small player your best bet is to locate your store somewhere near what’s called an “anchor”. You may have trouble getting people to visit your barbershop if it’s located out in the sticks… But have every chair. From dawn till dusk if it’s located next door to Walmart.
That’s what it can look like when you take advantage of a large stream of traffic you did not pay to generate. All it takes is a little strategic thinking.
So how do you find one of these “big parades” and put your wares in front of the crowd? Online, it’s easy.
Think of sites like eBay, Yahoo auctions, and Amazon.com, for instance.
Lots of people make their living online by taking advantage of pre-existing crowds generated by bigger companies. Can you do the same?
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