What If You Could Only Market With One Tool?

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On Tuesday, I posed the following question on twitter and facebook:

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As has been the case with other recent questions like this, the answers were enlightening, especially, because the question was posed via social media, but a number of folks didn’t choose social media as their marketing tool of choice, especially those who answered on Facebook.

So, without further ado, here’s a sampling of the answers…

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Always interesting! Now, I’m curious. What about you?

What single marketing channel would you choose if you you could only use ONE to market yourself or your business for the next 12 months?

Share your thoughts and choices in the comments…

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4 responses

4 responses to “What If You Could Only Market With One Tool?”

  1. Tiara says:

    Events. It’s what I work with, it’s the core target audience, and it’s how I enjoy life anyway. Get involved in as many quality events in my niche (fringe arts) as possible.

  2. I’d do blogs – guest posts and commenting all day long. Hmmm… come to think of it other than email/newsletters that’s kind of my current marketing strategy…

  3. I use all of the above, depending largely on my mood. I love Follow Fridays and Music Mondays on Twitter. My Facebook community is pretty awesome – a great mix of high school friends, former colleagues and recent people of my own art tribe. Because what I do is so visual I’m finding Flickr to be my favorite marketing tool. I post a lot of photos for feedback. It’s also exciting to see what other people are working on. I seem to get the most response on Flickr so it’s definitely worth the time.

  4. Andy Hayes says:

    I’m with Alex – while I love Twitter and it has some amazing connection capabilities, I really don’t find it a useful sales tool.