5 Tips for Negotiating Television Advertising Rates

| August 17, 2016

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If you’re like most small business owners, you are probably curious but hesitant about advertising your business on TV, because of the seemingly high cost.  We created this guide to clarify how much you can expect to pay for TV advertising and how to get started. TV advertising boasts the highest return on advertising spend, so it’s definitely an enticing option for small business owners.

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