The places you can market or advertise your work at home business are endless.
Let's take for example this article your reading.
You may have found it via my blog or via an article service like EzineArticles.
But the fact that you found it, is a good example of places to advertise your work at home business.
First you have to establish your objective, is it to attract more distributors to your business or is it to sell products and or services.
Once you have decided on what your goals are, you can then begin to set up your advertising plan.
Subject lines or titles are very important, but more important is advertising to the right target market.
How many times have you search for something that has nothing to do with a work at home business, and the first site you see is someone's work at home recruiting site? Do you think that sites recruits or sponsors new members, I highly doubt it.
If you think that someone who is searching for fishing gear, happens to stumble on to your work at home website will rush to join you, well I hope that's not how you think.
Now on the other hand if your business does sell fishing products from home or via some type of affiliate program, then you'll of course want them to stumble onto your website.
But now here's where it is important to choose the right title and site for as I mentioned earlier, the right target audience.
Are you looking for someone to buy fishing gear from you or are you looking for someone to sell fishing gear for you? See the big difference.