Your business is only as strong as your brand. Your brand is only as strong as your reach and your reach is amplified by the core people that make up your business. It’s a cycle that needs to be focused on.

One of the many questions I often have to answer coming from new business owners or founders are related to marketing their business. They want to know where they can market their business. It’s not often times really about the, “How” for them, but its about the where.

People believe that platforms make a difference. The more the merrier and in 2015 the world around us are controlled by different platforms curating information every second of every day.

With the information available today it’s more than possible to launch a successful business and sell it in a year or two for a lot of profit. If that is your goal of course. For the majority of business starters, they want to build sustainable businesses that generate revenue and a decent size of profit that scales year after year in order to create freedom for themselves.

In the list I’ve created below, I show you where you can take that new idea that you’ve put together, that course that you’ve launched, that summit that you’ve scheduled and reach people that never knew you existed.

This list was put together in no particular order.

  1. Your own Website
  2. Email marketing
  3. Direct mail
  4. Guest posting
  5. Giveaways
  6. Twitter
  7. Facebook
  8. YouTube
  9. LinkedIn
  10. Snapchat
  11. Tumblr
  12. Google+
  13. Public Relations
  14. Pinterest
  15. Instagram
  16. Periscope
  17. Google Adwords
  18. Facebook Advertising
  19. Twitter Advertising
  20. Meerkat
  21. Landing pages
  22. Tele-marketing
  23. Webinars
  24. Ebooks
  25. Result Case Studies
  26. Blogging
  27. Personalised URLs (PURLs)
  28. Print advertising
  29. Affiliate programs
  30. Partnership Programs
  31. Billboards
  32. Banner advertising
  33. Magazine/newspaper advertising
  34. Video Blogging
  35. Podcasting
  36. Business Directories
  37. Networking Meetups
  38. Conferences
  39. Virtual Summits


If there are any additions you’d like me to make to the list, please let me know. I tried to cover those that are in my scope and which we use or have used in the past. Hopefully you found some value in this article.

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