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Are there any rules of thumb or recommendations around how much budget a small company should allocate for marketing and sales activity.

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Sam Abrahamson
Sam Abrahamson  replied:

That's a great question! The answer to that really varies by business, which makes it very difficult to give a "rule of thumb" for budget allocation. There are also a variety of considerations when it comes to designing marketing materials, determining where and how to promote your business, how much you can handle on your own vs. hiring outside talent, and more.

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