News and Articles About Viral Marketing
With these five tactics, traffic started flowing to a service that had just launched.
Sellers, rejoice! You now have less voices to compete with on the social network. But be careful not to be branded a spammer yourself.
Attention-grabbing exploit? Check. Viral hashtag? Yup. Celebrity participants? The floodgates seem to be opening.
The fledgling social network was one of the most talked-about items last week. Here's why.
The Dumb Ways to Die ads in Australia, like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, show that public service campaigns have a lot to teach about marketing.
The cardinal sin of marketing is to be easily ignored. This strange advertising campaign is funny and simply can't be overlooked or forgotten.
What makes one headline more likely to be shared than another? Here's what you need to know.
If they succeed, the non-profit could use the registration to block other charities from capitalizing on the viral campaign.
Keep your audience entertained with a video or photo that they want to see.
No one can be certain what social-media gambit will go viral but the mania for dumping icy water on each other offers helpful pointers.
A recent viral hit that has people dumping buckets of ice water over their heads shows what it takes to reach across the globe.
A strong marketing stunt can be a valuable tool for any company. Here are 10 that stirred up some attention.
One company's example can show you how to entice people to share your marketing message with others. Hint: Don't be boring!
You create good content, so why isn't anyone sharing it? This infographic explains why and offers ways you can tweak your content so people can't wait to pass it along.
You put lots of time into crafting the perfect post, only for it to fall flat. Heres how to increase its shots at going viral.
Finding a high-powered industry influencer can help jump start a sharing craze and kick your message into viral overdrive.
Have a Facebook page but don't know what to do with it? Here are some tips from business owners who rely predominately on the social network to fuel their marketing efforts.
Just because your company has stellar customer reviews, doesn't necessarily mean word-of-mouth marketing will occur. To get your company to become a viral hit, you need to focus on building relationships.
You don't need data to prove that product demonstrating works. All you need is an audience and BBQ ribs.
The key to creating content people will share is thinking why someone will want it.
We take a detailed look at seven classic examples of things that have gone viral and why.
Want your articles and blog posts to be read by all? Pictures are a must, and so are lots of words.
Sample the latest wisdom about how to post content about your business that others will be likely pass along.
Jonah Berger, a marketing professor a the Wharton School of Business, has identified six key drivers of virality.
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