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    Default has anyone tried to advertisefree?

    I dont have much money to advertise my computer shop website as im starting out ive come accross advertisefree.co.uk is it legit?

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    I can't help with the website, but if your copy is that grammatically frustrated than you have bigger problems than just advertising; however, if this is just a poor attempt at a link drop, than ignore what I said.
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    I haven't tried it, but a good alternative is to get some flyers or business cards and pass them out in your local area. You can easily go to Vistaprint and order custom made cards for your business, all you have to do is go to a mall or anywhere and start passing your flyers out. It's a good way to get traction starting off.

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    If it's truly free and there is none thing in the TOS, then it won't hurt to try. However, those types of advertising tend to be worth very close to the amount that you paid.
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    Free tends to be crap, and sometimes more trouble than it's worth. Just because someone is offering a free place to promote, doesn't mean you want your website or company associate with being there.

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    There are plenty of legitimate places that are free to advertise your business. You're a local business so:

    Google Business - https://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/business/
    Bing Places - https://www.bingplaces.com/
    Yelp
    Local Chamber of Commerce will have a directory
    YouTube videos, with some data in the description pointing to your local area?
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    Social media channels are free, although some might argue that these aren't really free, as you need to invest time to add content and be involved. However I've seen really good channels on Instagram advertising all sorts.
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