Viral marketing is nothing new, but social networking has changed the way we think about it. It has never been easier to share something en masse, and there have never been so many different platforms on which to do this. That said, the key to dissemination is not only utilizing every outlet available but also creating content that people will want to share. After all, you can have a whole host of share buttons accompanying your content, but ultimately the decision to share is up to the user. Here are a few things to consider when aiming for the relentless ubiquity associated with viral marketing. Define your message. What is the one thing you want people to realize when they view your content? In one sentence, articulate that in specific, but not overly complex terms
Hello Jill, If you could only ask 10 general (non-industry-specific) questions of your new SEO customers, what would they be and why would their answers help you help them? Thank you, Andrew ++Jill’s Response++ Hi Andrew, Great question! I have a variety of different questionnaires that I send to clients, depending on the type of SEO consulting that I’ll be doing with them. For any SEO service, the more information I get from the client about their business and website, the better I can help them with their SEO. Here’s a selection of some of the questions I ask and why they’re important to the overall SEO process: 1.
If you want to grow your business, then it is time to take mobile marketing into consideration. You will need to have a firm grasp of network marketing in order to take your business to the next level and effectively understand this type of marketing. SMS is one of the most commonly used campaigns of this nature. SMS stands for short messaging service. Any mobile device is going to be able to view SMS and Text Messages. If you have your clients’ phone numbers, this can be an excellent marketing tool for your business. You will be able to send updates about promotions and other business related information straight to their mobile phone. If you want to take it a step farther, you can go with MMS. This stands for Multimedia Message Service.