For most people, one of the biggest barriers to starting a business is a lack of capital.
That’s part of what makes online businesses so appealing — in most cases, you don’t need a whole lot of capital to get started.
For example, starting a niche affiliate site can cost under $50.
You just need hosting, a domain name, and enough free time to design your site and write content.
But even online businesses can benefit massively from some initial investment.
What if you don’t have any money to spare?
Not everyone has thousands of dollars in savings they can pour into their side business, but that’s okay.
You can start building your business without spending a dime on paid marketing channels.
In a recent video for Entrepreneur, Greg Rollett explains that even if you’re short on cash, there’s one thing that you do have:
By putting in a good deal of elbow grease and dedicating your free time to your business, you can succeed at promoting it regardless of you budget (or lack thereof.)
You can watch the video below.
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