Sorry for the poorly worded title, I was trying to save space . Anyway, I'm starting a computer repair business. I have the skills to do so but have some limitations. Nothing serious though but here they are. 1) I only have a motorbike due to car insurance being way to expensive 5kgbp+ (im under 25) 2) I only have 1k gbp to get started 3) I am primarily mobile 4) I have two computer shops in my area. Now Im currently first in google for my keywords so ive got that covered and I have google places sorted and even my facebook is sorted but when it comes to offline marketing I have no clue. To start off with im going to be targeting residential clients. The local paper offers advertisements at about 10 gbp per fortnight (each issue is fortnightly) and 20k people get it. A competitor currently advertises in it. I will also be getting 5k leaflets (double sided and glossy) and dropping them. I will also be utilizing window adverts in shops that have it for everyone to do so. What other methods do you guys recommend? I dont have a shop front like the shops and thats their main advertising but i was going to speak to shops nearby and offer a website+seo or free tech support for a poster in their window but relatives of mine said chances are I will be told to f**k off. Im pretty stumped though for other methods. I know maybe 4x shop owners in the area (its england so the town has a big row of shops either side up the main street) and I can get adds in their probably. I was also considering cutting a deal with pizza places for leaflets in pizza boxes for maybe cash or tech support. Any other advice? I will return the favour to BHW by writing a report on what works and what doesnt and uploading it for you guys. Cheers.