Offer T-Shirts With Your Logo

Sell them or give them away to help spread the word.

Have you noticed lately that people are promoting a great manybusinesses without losing their shirt? The reason for this is thatthey have found it very useful to give away or sell T-shirts withtheir company name, logo or Web site emblazoned on the back. I wasat a large festival in Milwaukee this summer and happened to take acount of the number of advertising messages I noticed in one hourwhile people-watching. Are you wondering what my final tally was?There were too many to count.


Craig W.Campana teaches G.U.T.S.Y. marketing strategies for smallbusinesses and hosts a weekly teleconference call for marketers(Tuesdays at 4 p.m. EST). Register to participate or pick up a copyof his 101 G.U.T.S.Y. Grabbers at http://www.gutsymarketing.com

Editor's Pick

Have More Responsibilities at Work, But No Pay Bump? Use This Script to Get the Raise You Deserve.
Black and Asian Founders Face Opposition at All Levels — Here's Why That Has to Change
Business News

The Scam Artist Who Robbed Backstreet Boys and NSYNC Blind. 'Some of the Guys Couldn't Pay Their Car Payment.'

In the 1990s, Lou Pearlman made millions creating the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC. It was all a giant Ponzi scheme.

Thought Leaders

5 Small Daily Habits Self-Made Millionaires Use to Grow Their Wealth

We've all seen what self-made millionaires look like on TV, but it's a lot more subtle than that. Brian Tracy researched what small daily habits these successful entrepreneurs adopted on their journey from rags to riches.

Starting a Business

How To Raise Capital For A New Business Idea

These practical methods and tools are available to entrepreneurs who want to raise money to create their own new businesses.

Business Ideas

55 Small Business Ideas To Start Right Now

To start one of these home-based businesses, you don't need a lot of funding -- just energy, passion and the drive to succeed.

Business News

Mark Cuban's Grocery Store Hack Will Help You Score Cheaper Produce

The billionaire talked about his early days in Dallas when he was strapped for cash.