How do you structure your marketing in the act of going viral? what are the sites you are using? how much traffic you pulling in? trick in getting extra traffic is to support your fellow brothers with his/her site in order to get great backlinks.
1) create an actual plan, with identifiable trackers and goals
2) the sites where the audience engages the most with the specific material
3) you need to learn to gather and track your own metrics so you can judge meaningful growth and response. You don't get that by comparing end numbers with others.
4) ummm, you might find you get tricked (aka penalized by Google) for swapping backlinks on irrelevant sites
I have done a little research on back links so I understand that google could penalize us for such link. I am more into organic traffic. From my study of the web, if you write blogs that is mostly techno, you may get more views. Otherwise from techno blogs or sites, business blogs and sites rank secongd for me. What is the best topic every in your opinion?
"Viral is what happens when you are exceptionally smart, moving, or original. Things spread when they are truly shocking, or amazingly funny. Or even just phenomenally dumb."
from "Viral is an outcome, not a strategy"
That is true, but what about when you have good material that is not getting any view, what you do? sometime we can change it up a little in order to capture audience. Choice play also a major role...........try more targeted market in trying to go viral
Thank you for posting that @relache.
* Aim for Great.
* Truly shocking.
* Amazingly funny.
Basically, a creative idea, work, patience, and timing.
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