During these days of recession, in the business world, the concept of marketing is getting its 15 minutes of fame. Everywhere you turn, experts are advising small business owners to focus more on marketing, and offering advice on how and where to increase marketing in attempt to get consumers spending more, and business owners making more, which would allow them to hire more and overall, improve the economy.
“5 Ways to Kill a Marketing Plan,” “A Marketing Home Run” and “Don’t Let Hard Times Derail Your Advertising” are only a few of the numerous article titles I’ve seen regarding marketing.
But there is one big problem. If business owners had the funds to afford a marketing increase would a marketing increase be so necessary?
It probably wouldn’t be. The good news? There is an alternative way for small business owners to get cash to increase their marketing. Business cash advance lenders offer unsecured, easy-to-repay funds, with few eligibility requirements.
Typically, a small business owner can get anywhere from $5,000 to $500,000 (depending on the business’s monthly credit card sales) to put towards his/her business, as long as the business processes at least $5,000 in credit card sales each month, he/she has owned that business for at least six months, and he/she has a credit score of at least 550.
Whether you plan to buy ad space in a newspaper or a magazine, send out mailers or advertise on a billboard, your business cash advance funds can be used to cover the costs, because most lenders have a no restrictions rule, allowing small business owners to use their business funds however they choose.
We all know advertising and marketing are very important and directly related to the success of one’s business. But we also know that it is impossible to make them happen without sufficient funds. With a business cash advance, small business owners can get those funds in as little as ten business days, creating the potential for sales increases.