Can a Small Business Advertise on Super Bowl XLVII?

Date posted: February 1, 2013

You can’t afford a TV commercial that airs during the Super Bowl, but you can capitalize on an even better type of You can’t afford a TV commercial that airs during the Super Bowl, but you can capitalize on an even better type of advertising for small businesses: Hyper-local advertising. Why is hyper-local mobile advertising next big trend and how does it work for small businesses? Learn more at: http://www.mobilecommercedaily.com/hyper-local-super-bowl-xlvii-on-goal-line-for-small-to-midsize-businesses

If you’re a small or mid-sized business owner looking to maximize your advertising dollars this Sunday, the place to spend that cash isn’t on TV, but online–specifically, on social media advertising. (Can’t afford that? Try social media; it’s free.) Learn more at: http://www.portent.com/blog/internet-marketing/social-bowl-xlvii.htm

Instead of worrying about expensive TV ads, smart businesses take advantage of Super Bowl buzz on Twitter. MediaBistro interviewed the experts at Portent to get some tips on exactly how to do this. Learn more at: http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/business-benefit-super-bowl-buzz_b35369

 

 

 

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