Unless you are proficient in the homeselling process, you really should seek the advice of a Real Estate Professional. Most will do all of your marketing with no upfront cost, only to be rewarded compensation upon the closing of the sale.
Real Estate Brokers will have their listings on the top websites, where most buyer's searches will yield results. If I had your home listed, it would have it's own personal web address too! Try typing in the address of any home on the internet and see what results you get....this may help you decide where and how you want to proceed in marketing your home.
Becky Overall, Broker
Prudential Real Estate Professionals
licensed in the state of Oregon
Selling the American Dream since 1992
Full color real-estate-specific brochures such as "Homes & Land" can find Buyers.
Buyers driving by may see a sign on the property.
Though not as common anymore, Buyers still find properties in the newspaper.
Most often, Buyers are represented by an Agent when searching for a home (Realtor.com stats show that an Agent was involved with 90% of homes sold in 2011). The MLS exposes the property to the most people because it leverages the entire force of Real Estate agents in the area. If they have a Buyer looking for a property like yours and they can find it in the MLS their Buyer will be informed.
Hope that helps.
There are real estate companies that are willing to list your home on the local MLS for a nominal sum. You would be required to do the showings, marketing, selling, etc. But the exposure you will get from MLS will be worth the cost.