Where do you go when your startup is in its early stages and you want to make a name for it? There are many places that can help with that, from within the industry you’re in to other platforms that might be interested in what you have.
The Indian Jurist is one such online website that got promoted on these below platforms.
Inbound.org is a great way to reach out to people who are already interested in your product, but haven’t heard about it yet. They have a forum-like interface where members share interesting stories, questions or comments on a variety of topics related to business and entrepreneurship. Make sure to check them out if what you’re working on could also interest their community!
Reddit’s slogan, “The front page of the internet”, sums it up pretty well. People on reddit are interested in what’s new and trending, so if you can think of a way to make your startup visible on their “hot” or “trending” list, it will definitely give you some exposure… but there is a catch: reddit users are used to finding exactly what they’re looking for. If someone posts something under the wrong category, or with the wrong title, then that post will most likely be ignored by everyone else.
Quora is another great tool for getting traffic to most people who are already interested in what you have to say. The good thing about this platform is that every question gets its own page where anyone can leave comments. NewsVarsity recently published an article for detailed promotion programs…
Podcasts are evolving into a great way to get exposure for any product. The host is interviewing someone about something they’re passionate about. So they usually do research ahead of time and come prepared with plenty of questions… If your startup can be related to their topic in some way, then there’s a good chance that you could get into one of their shows!
5) LinkedIn Pulse
LinkedIn has been trying to compete with Facebook & Twitter by being more than just a place for professional networking. It’s also possible to post blog articles on this platform… the only thing is that it might take a while before anyone notices them. You will find out pretty quickly how successful LinkedIn was for you if you have a lot of views and no comments…
1) Inbound.org is a great place to promote your startup if your audience is also interested in entrepreneurship and business.
2) Reddit can be an interesting way if your startup’s topic fits with the subreddits. That are more popular on their platform.
3) Quora can help get exposure to people who are already interested in. What you’re working on, but make sure to do research ahead of time!
4) Podcasts might be a good idea if you can relate your product. Or startup to something that they discussed. If not, then it’s likely that no one will get any value out of seeing your link there!
5) LinkedIn had mixed results for me when I last used them. But it’s definitely worth at least trying to get exposure on their platform!
You might be thinking that this is a lot of work, and it can feel like you’re just starting to get your bearings. But if you take the time up front to find out what people want and need in their lives, then make sure they know about your product or service before they even think about buying something else – whether it’s through social media posts, blog articles we’ve linked to Waterfall Magazine for more information on how best to promote your startup online (including one from Forbes), or other strategies such as paid advertising – then all should be well! And yes, there are many places where you can advertise your new business. The five main ones mentioned here will help give you an idea of where to start; but don’t stop
Thanks for reading, and good luck with your startup.