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If you are starting out in eCommerce, you know that without a big advertising budget, building awareness of your site can be a challenge. There are several product spotlight and review sites that can give you a quick blast of exposure. One we recently came across is AnyLuckyDay.com, which offers an affordable venue for eCommerce sites with interesting products that are seeking a way to reach a larger audience.
Every day a company gives away one of their products on AnyLuckyDay.com. Your product and business will be in front of thousands of visitors. The fee gets you a promotional campaign, a product giveaway, a professionally created video about your business and product, social media exposure, and many potential customers. For a range of fees, you can choose from a variety of promotions, from being listed at the top of the AnyLuckyDay homepage for a few weeks to having your giveaway shared with thousands of AnyLuckyDay's social media followers.
Monthly sponsorships are also available. AnyLuckyDay has been featured on CNN, MSN Money, AOL, American Express Currency, and Careerbuilder and the site's selling out advertising quick, so if this is something you are interested in, you better save yourself a seat!
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