I’m sure you’ll get a heap of responses for the techniques other spaces have found helpful, but for one thing, you can connect with the other local coworking spaces. I’ll send you a message from CoworkingToronto and mention CoworkingOntario and CoworkingCanada as well. Owners and operators of your local spaces (me included - hello!) can also be your trusted therapy. We discarded competition in favour of collaboration and can do all sorts of fun and profitable things together.
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On 9 October 2014 15:04, Will Ennis [email protected] wrote:
My name’s Will, my partner and I just launched a co-working space in Toronto called Station 477. We’re keep the day rates pretty low for now and marketing online to our facebook friends and twitter followers, for starters.
My question is: outside of paying for advertising what’s the best way to get the word out?
Are there blogs we can interact with that are good for promoting the space? Is that a no-no?
What do you guys do to pull in co-workers? We’re willing to try anything (legal, haha)
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