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I am trying to start an elder care referral business, I need ideas on how to find seniors seeking my services. It would be a free service to seniors and I would act as a broker to the facility. 

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Go to your local clergy. Priests, Ministers, Rabbis, etc. Tell them about your service and leave some business cards. Put an ad in the Yellow Pages. Create a website. Call local media; TV, radio , newspaper. Small town papers generally print notices on new business openings. Print up some flyers on your computer and leave them everywhere there are a lot of people. Create a Facebook account. Tell all your friends to tell their friends. It's all about getting the word out. Most of these suggestions are either free or cost a minimal anount of money.

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