Viral Marketing is the fastest way to generate more traffic,
sales and opt-in list members. It works in a way similar to
viruses that cause the common cold, spreading from one
person to another very quickly. Yet many Internet marketers
don't use Viral Marketing techniques, and, as a result,
they're missing the boat to bigger and better profits.
Definition of Viral Marketing: a method that causes people
to pass on your marketing message to others.
As an Internet marketer, you must "brand" yourself among
prospects in your target market. Just as a virus can be
passed from person to person, so can your marketing
message. And, like a good joke, gossip or a rumor, it
spreads like wildfire.
Creating a free e-book or report, for example, to offer your
website visitors or ezine subscribers keeps your name or
product in front of them. How? By including links to your
website or affiliate programs within the e-book.
And by giving them an incentive to pass along your report to
others, you'll create a turbo-charged Viral Marketing
machine. Simply allowing them to brand the e-book with
their name and website URL will get the ball rolling.
You don't have to create your own e-book, though. There are
plenty of good ones available. Just be sure the information
is something your website visitors are interested in and
you'll see how quickly your traffic will increase because
your link is in front of them as they read it.
That's just one Viral Marketing method. There are many, and
successful marketers use several of them combined in order
to maximize the effects. In fact, it's how most of them
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About the Author
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